|Dan Dreifuerst (#47258720)|
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I am an amateur local historian for our village of 500 in St Cloud, Wisconsin. I had a 110 page book published on the early history of our village in 2011. The 26 page text (no photos) of the book can be seen at http://stcloudwi.com|
I do a little genealogy study which is mostly on my ancestors, not much on my other relatives. I will photograph grave sites here in the "Holyland" area in spring through fall. St Cloud and St Joseph are 100% photographed.
I will gladly transfer memorials to family members when asked. Please let me know of errors and I will correct them promptly. You can use any of the grave photos I have taken.
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|Mike B.||RE: Peter Entringer|
They cleaned up the battle fields as you know after the war. There are over 860 unknowns in Cold Harbor. Now and then they still find them when the build roads and houses around Cold Harbor. I would think he is there as an unknown. That is a new one for me about the tin foil. Got to try that myself. I'll pass it on thanks.
Added by Mike B. on Oct 18, 2013 4:09 PM
|Janell Shumaker Keuler||RE: Boehnlein Stone|
If you are ever at St. Mary's, give me a call and I can come and show you.
Or, if you go to the following site: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~calumet/cem18b.htm
You can find the map and data for St. Mary's Cemetery. In the data it will tell you the location. For example: Andrew Boehnlein is buried in South Section, Row 10, Lot 159 Site 3.
We now have the rows marked by a small square stone (next to the driveway) every 5 or so rows. To find the Boehnlein gravesite, just go to the South Section and find Row 10. It'll be in that row. You really don't need the Lot or Site #'s.
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