Since joining the volunteers of FINDAGRAVE.COM years ago, I've tried to share collected information from visiting various cemeteries in IL, WIS, CA and roads along the ways.
My Sister, Susan nee Seidelman Feltes has joined me in my excursions to photograph stones in various cemeteries. We also make photo books for the local public library in Osseo, Wisconsin. So far we've donated over 30 books.
If you're related to any of my listings, request transfer...Glad to share links with family members and glad someone found family members.
This is a wonderful site and glad to be part of it and hopefully you'll become a member and share information with others.
When a loved one dies ... they don't die if someone takes the time to share the information with the world, and Findagrave.com has become a world-wide web site.
If you are interested in the SEIDELMANN/SEIDELMAN family I have published a 181 page, Hardbound, fully indexed book 2003. Contact me if you would like further information.
PS...even if someone I've listed is a link in your family -- and not a direct link of mine, I'm more than happy to put my memorials in the management of a family member or friend who can add more information to the memorial.
I also do photo restores and composites for FREE for FINDAGRAVE.COM members.
Note: I've transfered about 11,201 memorials as of this date. If I'm not related, I'd rather transfer to someone doing research or adding information. I feel this website is for sharing and caring...not hording and holding...enjoy!
First off I want to thank you for making and taking care of my great aunts memorial! I am hoping that you would consider a transfer to me. Her name is Beatrice J. Wussow Blencoe and the memorial number is 9150743
South Valley cemetery Hi Jim. Thanks I did get your photos. I could not find anything that looked like those 4 stones that I was looking for. All those broken and unreadable stones breaks my heart. I think I might add their memorials anyway since their mother's/wife obit puts her there. Thanks for sending me what you have. I really appreciate your effort! Well, we will keep doing what we do to help others and remember as many as we can.
No rush on this. I was wondering if you might have photographed South Valley cemetery off Hwy 53 outside of Osseo? I've never looked for your book on that cemetery if it exists. I didn't even know about it until today. It's not far from Kings Valley according to map. I just came across a family I think might be buried there. The mother's obituary says buried there. The father/Husband and three female children died before 19190. I think they would be buried there too. Three much older children who lived to older life were buried in Kings Valley. If you have photographed, I'm looking for: