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Anonymous (#47268792)
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Bio Photo Most of the memorials I have posted are not kin to me. I would be happy to transfer 99% of them. Just ask nicely using the "edit" tab on the memorial you want transferred to you and don't forget to include your member ID number.

BE ADVISED: I have found 7 instances where my copyrighted photos have been copied and uploaded by another as if they owned the copyright. I DO NOT TRANSFER COPYRIGHTS to any photos when I transfer memorials. I do, however, REPORT THE THIEF, for each and every occurrence. DO NOT STEAL.

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Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun
Danke Schoen for Thomes memorials
Just a quick note to express my heart-felt gratitude for both initially creating these two Find A Grave memorials & for linking them to their parents. It's always seems more complete when members of religious communities are connected with their early families too.

Namasté, “PJ” Braun, ETCM/USN-retired (#46869838)
Added by Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun on Aug 23, 2014 11:12 AM
Kent Smith
Vincent Starch
I believe the Vinzenz Starch Memorial #54471780, who died 17 Aug 1867, doesn't belong to the Vincent it's attributed to. The Vincenz Starch whose second wife was Bridget, who he married after the death of his first, Agnes Nitsche, is buried at Chipmunk Coulee Cemetery, LaCrosse County. I see the 1867 Vinzenz is buried at Salzer Methodist Cemetery also in LaCrosse County. I don't know who that Vinzenz is, altho he's probably connected to the other one. But the Vincenz Starch Memorial #55767308 is the correct one to attach to Bridget's family, also created by Anonymous and found in the Chipmunk Coulee Cemetery "Grave Search Results". That gravestone has both Vincenz and Brigetta's names on it. All the best, Kent Smith
Added by Kent Smith on Aug 18, 2014 11:50 PM
Anna Oit?man
I have made the corrections per burial marker photo. The information I have is from the Woodmansee book (I have a copy), I do think there is a error on the name on the marker, but I changed it with a note on the memorial
Added by DMD on Aug 14, 2014 7:27 PM
Malcolm Bedell
Simonson/East Barton
I could only find a plot with a one family marker.
Attached to both requests.
Added by Malcolm Bedell on Aug 14, 2014 3:11 PM
RE: Buckendahls - Wheatland
Thanks for adding the article on the Buckendahl family. Such a sad ending for alot of the children.
I have found & attached all the children in the family to their parents. There were 10 children in all in the family (I believe). 2 were buried in other states. I have been unable to find only one son, who must have been the one buried in S.D.
I have him listed at Johann Heinrich Willam born 3/30/1886. His brother Gustave is buried in SD & lived until 1968. I have most of the Obits for the family, but nothing was mentioned about the children's death. Thanks for the info.
Added by DMD on Aug 09, 2014 2:23 PM
Cynthia Ann Lee
Although you are "Anonymous", I thank you for the photo of the marker for Cynthia Ann. It tells me she died very young, perhaps just days or hours old.
Added by Charmie on Jul 26, 2014 7:46 AM
RE: Leon/Kay/Julie Sacia
Thanks so much for the headstone photo and letting me know. :)Jessica
Added by jessicado on Jul 20, 2014 4:15 PM
Pat Ellingson
RE: Ray Carothers
No, they never were. It remains a mystery.
Added by Pat Ellingson on Jul 08, 2014 8:17 PM
Pat Ellingson
Ray Carothers
Nothing of him was ever found again. His grave next to his wife is empty.
Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Friday, November 22, 1957, p. 11, col. 7.

Abandon Hope For Lost Hunter HAYWARD - The three sons of Ray Carothers, the 69-year-old Cornell diabetic missing in a heavily wooded area of Sawyer County since Monday, said today they have just about given up hope of finding him alive. They stopped the search temporarily and returned to their jobs. Carothers, who carried no insulin, has been sought since he failed to show up at a prearranged rendezvous at 1 p.m. Monday in the Lac du Flambeau River State Forest area. Sons Charles of Cornell, Merlin of Eau Claire and Walter of Durand have been searching daily for their father. Charles said he hopes to recruit volunteers and resume the search on Sunday. (Transcribed by Fawn Masalewicz)
Added by Pat Ellingson on Jul 08, 2014 7:11 PM
Jacobson-Fargo, Riverside
Her grave marker hasn't yet been placed, as of 02 July,2014.
Added by Stombell on Jul 02, 2014 8:50 PM
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