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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. Transfer requests that do not include a member ID# will be ignored.

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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Jerry Stremcha
Antonie Howard Memorial
Antonie is the name she was baptized in the Czech Republik. Antonia is the Anglized version. I did update burial information as Suzanna Allen couldn't find her in the cemetery. I have spent a whole lot of time tracking her down and the tombstone picture sure was a delight to see. Thank you for getting it. Merry Christmas to you.
Added by Jerry Stremcha on Dec 25, 2014 8:52 AM
RSA plaques
Hi, it is common practice in New Zealand for ex servicemen who are buried or memorialised within the Returned Servicemen's section of a graveyard to have their military details included on their plaques. Most of these plaques are standardised and include name, unit, rank, service number, date of death and age. This link will take you to an internet page that has some useful background information which may be of interest to you

Added by Jonty on Dec 15, 2014 1:54 PM
Beverly Witmer
RE: Paetz
I took a lot of photos late in the fall and am just getting around to putting them on.

Merry Christmas.
Added by Beverly Witmer on Dec 14, 2014 12:30 PM
Lula Converse
Lula is the name given on her death certificate, so I changed it on FB as well. Thanks for writing.
Added by Lochsa on Nov 28, 2014 10:50 AM
Must not have liked their given names
Added by Bob on Nov 27, 2014 4:55 PM
RJ Pershell
RE: Lubinski edits

Yes, but really not needed on the US side as almost no one uses it.

My thanks for all the updates. I only found out recently that the Lubinski's were a branch of mt tree through my fathers maternal side

Added by RJ Pershell on Nov 26, 2014 5:09 AM
Thank you!
Thank you for the transfers.
Added by Elaine on Nov 15, 2014 3:45 PM
Marjorie Mountainsong
Guri Svennes and her family
Thank you for the transfers, all seven of them. I have begun to work on the bios starting with Guri. I will also add a photo for Tollef when I complete his bio. Someday I hope to find photos for the remainder of the family that lived to adulthood and are buried at Barre.

Marjorie Mountainsong
Added by Marjorie Mountainsong on Nov 14, 2014 7:03 PM
Paul E. and Krista L. Hanson
Hello Anonymous!

Thank you for the transfer. These are not my direct relatives but I am glad to keep them all linked up with other relatives.

Many thanks!
Added by Paul E. and Krista L. Han... on Nov 06, 2014 5:37 PM
Brian Lightfoot
RE: Aurilla McCarty
There's probably more of a story than what I know. In fact, I'd be willing to bet that Aurilla and husband Leo purchased 2 gravesites in Wisconsin while they were both relatively young. Years later, the warmth of Florida attracted them both down to the sunshine state. Maybe at the time of his death in 1942, they didn't have much money and found out they could get a free burial site for him right there at the national cemetery. I don't know for sure if that national cemeteries buries spouses with the serviceman or not but with Aurilla and aunt Catherine spending so much time together, it only seemed natural to let Catherine have one of the sites in Trempealeau otherwise it would go to waste. And who knows what happened when Aurilla finally died. Maybe she wanted to be buried in her home town of Trempealeau, maybe she didn't care, or maybe her surviving relatives didn't have the money or time to ship her down to Florida for a burial there. At any rate, it was an interesting gravestone that caused me to do a bit of research.

Brian L. Lightfoot
(2nd cousin to Leo McCarty)
Added by Brian Lightfoot on Nov 05, 2014 7:22 PM
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