|Bill Hart (#47578214)|
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Born 1945, Mondovi, Buffalo County, Wisconsin|
Graduated Mondovi High School 1963
Graduated with B.S. UW Parkside, Kenosha, WI 1979
39 year career in Human Resources
Married to Sandra K. Anderson, also from Mondovi
Worked at RAMAC, Racine, WI; The Employers Association, Charlotte, NC; and at Employers Resource Association, Cincinnati, OH where I served as President & CEO for 16+ years, retiring in 2006. Moved back to Eau Claire, from where we will travel constantly as long as our health stays with us. Will winter in Sun City West, Arizona. Love to travel, volunteer, golf, pitch horse shoes, play Sheepshead, shoot pool, watch baseball's spring training, read legal novels and do genealogy projects.
If you have ancestors from Poland, I am interested in the following families: Kwosek(Kossek), Kokott, Grola, Bienusa, Bryniok (Briniak), Soppa, Marsolek, Kociok, Frydel, Pawolek and Witek. Any information you have on those families could be of interest to me. And, I'll gladly share any and all information I have on those same families.
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|Anonymous||Oops! Photo uploaded to wrong family|
A family marker photo has been uploaded to John, Bridget and Lora Myers' memorials at St Patricks Cemetery, Buffalo cty, WI. However, this memorial actually belongs to a different Myers family in a different section of the cemetery. It marks the graves of John & Frank Meyrs and has been uploaded correctly there.
Thank you so much for photographing and adding my Horne family gravestone photos to their pages. I don't get up to Chippewa Falls very often so I appreciate you're additions! (Evelyn Horne Johannes is my mother, and John Horne is my grandfather who was so beloved by the family that both of his great-grandsons are named after him.)
Added by KayJ on Jul 03, 2014 8:00 AM
|Angie Palmer||Edward Hurst #92620273|
Hi :) Can you please copy your photo and put it on his wife's Anna memorial, #92620270? thanks
Thank you very much indeed for your great assistance!!!
Have been trying to get caught up on corrections. Many of the corrections are from the cemetery records - hard to read some of the old burial permits, etc.
Trying to get the last 4 sections of Fairchild Cemetery photographed and indexed - that's the current project book for the cemetery association and the Osseo Public Library.
Thanks for catching the typos and corrections and adding photos.
Thank you for taking the time to photograph her gravestone.
Added by Reebok on Jun 10, 2014 3:01 PM
|Leigh Hinrichs||George Emery Foster|
Hey Bill !!!
Thank you ! Thank you !
You are most wonderful.
Thank you so much for your help bringing this
Noted in your profile that you enjoy card games--my husband and I do too, though we call that one by an older name.
Also read that you care about people who came from Poland. I do work with Mennonites in Beatrice, Nebraska (First Mennonite Cemetery) and many came in the 1870's and 1880's from West Prussia--which after WWI became part of Poland. On that Gardner memorial, I was struck by how many of the principals had connections to "Germany". When I grew up, we never called the Prussian people "Polish" (they were always either "German" or "Prussian"--and pretty snooty ones too!). It was only since I have been on FindaGrave that I learned of the results of World War I.
Once again, thank you for your photos, your work, and the transfer of Fred Gardner's memorial.
Added by MrsB on May 28, 2014 9:31 PM
|MrsB||Fred Gardner transfer|
Thank you so much for the transfer, and also for the addition of your photo to the memorial. I am appreciative, too, of the really prompt, thoughtful response to my query.
Added by MrsB on May 28, 2014 9:21 PM
|Margaret Barylski||Thank you|
Thanks for trying to find the grave sites of William
McGee (Magee) and his wife Bridget Martin McGeee at Saint Patricks cemetery.
I did not do the orginial listings on the find a grave site so I do not know where that person got their information.
Bridget's death certificate indicates a burial at Saint Patricks and William's obituary just shows a Mass at Saint Patricks Church.
If the cemetery has no record than I will assume they are buried there but will never be found.
I appreciate it.
Marge Murtagh Barylski
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