|Glenn & Kathy (#46987598)|
| || member for 7 years, 8 months, 15 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
My name is Glenn. I enjoy taking photos of tombstones in the Ozaukee County area. I have been researching my ancestry for the past seven years and I love to find old records. |
Kathy and I volunteer for the Ozaukee County Historical Society. We are in the process of photographing and documenting all the cemeteries in Ozaukee County.
If you have any questions about your Ancestry feel free to contact the Ozaukee County Historical Society at 262-377-4510. They are open every Tuesday from 9AM to 3 PM, the 2nd and 4th Monday night from 5 P.M.to 8 P.M. and the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9 A.M. to 11 A.M.
Recently individuals are submitting transfer requests without the required information.
I would appreciate if anyone requests a transfer,use the EDIT tab. The transfer request must contain the following information: Relationship; Parents, Siblings, Grandparents and Great Grandparents (which does not include Aunts/Uncles/Cousins) and your Find-A-Grave Contributor Number. A transfer cannot be completed without the contributor number. This will assist me in processing your request in a timely fashion.
PLEASE USE THE "EDIT" TAB FOR ANY AND ALL ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS, TRANSFERS, ETC.
|Find A Grave Friends|
Adrienne, Alex Davis, Betty Thurk Bab..., Britt, Cecily Bishop, Dan Dreifuerst, Don McCarty , Eric, GDamerow, Grave Walker(L ..., Iva Jean Wood-H..., Jan, Janell Shumaker..., Jason Dowd, Jeff Stauber, Joe Gibbens, K McCarthy, Kathy, Kathy (Weller) ..., Kay Cynova, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for Glenn & Kathy (319)||[Leave Message]|
|Terry Chaplin||RE: Sophie Asche|
|Terry Chaplin||Sophie Asche|
I am researching my wife's family and am puzzled by an apparent dual grave for her ancestor, Sophia Asche, b. 1843, d. 1932. One #59945945
in the Cedarburg Cemetery and another #92970106
in the Immanuel Cemetery. These are clearly the same person. Are these cemeteries the same? Purhaps you can clear this up?
Thank you for your time, I look at your numbers and am amazed and thankful!
Terry & Jean Chaplin
|Rvenne||Leon and Linda Venne|
Hi Glenn and Kathy. Would you be able to transfer Leon Venne (Memorial #119315988) and Linda Venne (Memorial #119316040) to me? They are relatives of mine. Also, thank you for adding them and taking the headstone pictures!
Added by Rvenne on Nov 05, 2015 9:23 AM
|Mary Saggio||RE: Thank you|
I added a bunch of photos for this cemetery today -- can you please remind me of the name?
|mrappl19||Fr. Halbenkann Duplicate|
Hello! It looks like this memorial is a duplicate for the same person. 102082271 I have uploaded a photo of Fr. Halbenkann to the other one. Pax - Matthew
Added by mrappl19 on Oct 30, 2015 10:20 PM
Many thanks for photographing these headstones, many of which are my ancestors.
|Ubloved||RE: Herman Uhlig Property|
As they only lived there for 6 years there isn’t much in the records I have.
"On 24 Mar 1890, Herman purchased nearly 7 acres of land on Velvet Street (Now Fourth Ave) from Charles Kroenig for $2,150. The land is located just west of Ritter's Beverages.
By 9 Apr 1896, he sold the land to Fred Herman for $2,500.”
By 1882 it was assessed to be 7.7 acres with their home in the NE corner of the lot just north of Cleveland St.
I’m sorry I couldn’t have been more help.
Added by Ubloved on Oct 09, 2015 8:05 PM
I am looking for family members of Wilhelm Conrad Seegers and Auguste Wurthmann-Seegers. You have created a memorial for William so I am wondering if he is your ancestor. I have family photographs and documents that I would like to give to the proper owner.
|Ubloved||Herman Uhlig Property|
the rebuilt homestead:
map & 1900 property tax statement:
“...Herman purchased the homestead farm on Western Avenue. The [original] house was built about 1860 and made of fieldstone. The home burned in a fire about 1885 and was rebuilt by Herman and Gustav Uhlig, who was a mason by trade.
The home today  is owned by Floyd and Mary Lyneis. It has four bedrooms, two baths, family room with fireplace, a kitchen, and a dining and living room combined into a large gathering room with built-in wood burning stove. The family room was added about 1960. The rooms are unusually large and have high ceilings for a stone house.”...
The tax statement for Herman Uhlig of 1900 shows ownership of 80 acres of land in the Town of Trenton, Washington County. Description: E 1/2 S E 1/4, Sec. 27, T. 11, R. 20, 80 Acres, $2500 Valuation, Tax $18.37; Fees $0.40; Personal Property Valuation $184, Tax $1.35; TOTAL TAXES DUE $20.12. Signed by George McCormack, Town Treasurer.
-From family records as formerly documented & distributed by Robert H. Uhlig, "The Herman Uhlig Family of Cedarburg, Wisconsin”
Added by Ubloved on Oct 08, 2015 5:24 PM
|Valice Raffi||Eugene and Marilyn|
|[View all messages...]|