|Lanea Booher Miller (#47216818)|
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Paternal: Booher, Bass, Tuffin, Hazelet (and any variations of it), Auld, Johnson, Bushby (of Surrey, England), Landreth, Saffley, etc.
Maternal: Wierzelewski, Rozewicz, Suyczanka/Sujki, Banicka, Kowalewska/Kowalski (most of Slupy parish in Poznan, Poland), Przymus, Janeski/Janaszak.
Most paternal names have been in the states since very very early in US history - Polish names are comparatively recent immigrants.
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|Debi Austen||Adalbert Wierzelewski|
When I took the photo today of Adalbert Wierzelewski (or Wierleske on the stone) I noticed a grave for Helen Wierleske (1912-1919) nearby so snapped a photo. Is she yours? If so, if you'd like to set up a memorial I'll be happy to add the photo.
Hi, did find a Barb headstone, but the name/dates were different. If you can check your info, I would be happy to return and try again...
Added by JillR on Oct 26, 2013 3:19 PM
make that Franciszek name on gravestone for Frank Kurowski. It was hard for the volunteer to read. thanks, Anne
Added by Anne on Oct 03, 2013 5:56 AM
|Anne||RE: Kurowski/Krosky (etc)|
Do you know anything about the Gorias of Poland? thanks, Anne
Added by Anne on Sep 25, 2013 2:44 PM
|Anne||RE: Kurowski/Krosky (etc)|
yes, my grandfather on my Mom's side was the son of Michael Kurowski and Agnes Goria. It would be fun to talk to you. Here is my e-mail address: email@example.com thanks, Anne
Added by Anne on Sep 19, 2013 5:26 PM
I found the grave marker for Constance Krosky. The spelling is different but according to the census and family trees, this is the correct Constance. She is buried beside her daughter Virginia and in the next family plot, her daughter Alice M Krosky Olsen #34824541 and her son in law Willmer 106777410. In the 1930 census, she was head of household and her daughter Adelaide lived with her.
Added by Grammyღ on Aug 14, 2013 8:45 PM
|James Seidelman||Hannah Weigel / May Weigel|
Well, I'm in Osseo and checked the books at my sisters - The stone I had was May Weigel, not Hannah May Weigel. So I've added the photo.
Hanna May was born 12-5-1875 and died 10-15-19972 and was buried 10-19-1972
Block 3, Lot 32, Grave 1
Records show Parents were: Leander & Eliza Ann Bass Booher.
|Barbara Banales||RE: Re: Haslet in Fort Palmer|
It's impossible to read anything on Agness's side of the stone, except for her first name. Robert looks like it might say "aged 66 yrs" but again, really deteriorated and hard to read. On the other side of the stone it looks like it says "James". Was there a James Haslet? I'll look in the Fort Palmer Cemetery book tomorrow at the Ligonier Valley Library.
By the way, if you're in Hawaii, I'm jealous!
You're very welcome for the photos.
|James Seidelman||Mildred Weigel Griffen|
I've added photos to Mildred's memorial.
|James Seidelman||Weigel - West Lawn Cemetery|
This past July, my sister and I photographed both the East and West Lawn Cemeteries in Augusta, WI. The only Weigels with stones are Mabel, Mary & George.
I live in Los Angeles, but visit the area each summer. I've completed one book for the Cemetery Association of Augusta on the West Lawn Cemetery and working on the 2nd book of East Lawn Cemetery - On page 232 and only up to the Millers. I also did a book entitled "Who Was Who In Augusta" with a collection of obits from the local newspapers.
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