|B. Coberley (#47452863)|
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I belong to the Lower Wisconsin River Genealogical and Historical Research Center out of Wauzeka, WI,|
(LWR for short, see website link below).
I have always been a graver and I have walked countless cemeteries and have studied the subject for decades. My cemetery interests started when I was maybe 8 years old if not before. I am now in my late 50s and live in southwest Wisconsin.
My files are constantly growing and the work continues. I will do additions, corrections, link ups and transfers upon request and unlike some avaricious people I don't mind if you use my photos I have posted.
The only truly dead are those who have been forgotten.
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|Jim rogers||Mary Rogers, wife of Alfred Rogers|
Hello and thank you for adding the bit of bio material for Mary. Stones by themselves can say so little... Jim R.
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Thank you!|
Thank you so very much for the photo of Anna Maria Prescott Sawyer's headstone. I really appreciate all your help and time! God Bless You, Lauren
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Moody A Sawyer # 88888562|
I am hoping you can make the following changes/additions/links to his memorial please.
Name: Moody A Sawyer
Born 30 Apr 1836 Concord, Essex, Vermont.
Died 26 Feb 1895 Boscobel, Grant, Wisconsin.
Son of Moody Currier Sawyer and Sarah Brown.
Married 2 Jul 1865 Milwaukee County, Wisconsin to Anna Maria Prescott.
To their union was born a daughter, Annie Ellen Sawyer.
Moody succeeded his father in the drug business. He relocated to Boscobel, Grant, Wisconsin where he was again in the drug business until his death. His wife preceded him only three weeks.. He was for many years connected with the public schools, was treasurer of the school board at the time of his death.
Civil War Soldier: Moody enlisted as a Hospital Steward serving the Union Army on 26 Aug 1861, at the age of 25. He served in Company S, New Hampshire 3rd Infantry Regiment. He was discharged for disability and mustered out of service on 9 Sep 1862 at Hilton Head, Beaufort, South Carolina.
Thank you so much in advance!!
|Harvey Kligora||Richard Lee Kligora|
Thank You so much for the transfer
Hi Burdette, Just wanted to let you know of a typo in the memorial for Mildred Collins, buried in Sand Prairie Cemetery. Per the SSDI, she died in 1999:
Name: Mildred E. Collins
Last Residence: 53805 Boscobel, Grant, Wisconsin
Born: 6 Jun 1910
Died: 5 Jan 1999
Added by doreenmc on Nov 08, 2013 5:19 PM
|boundersal||Louis Ruka, Sr. obituary|
Just want Thank You and to tell you how great a service you're doing with posting all of these wonderful newspaper obituaries!!!
Exceptional contribution to the family history!!
|K Dayton||Alexander Barclay photo|
Hi: Thanks so much for posting the photo of my great-great-great (not sure how many) Uncle's gravestone. It has quite an interesting story, as family story tells of Alexander drowning in the river while trying to collect a pie from some young lady on the other side. I have the exact birth and death dates so I'll have to put them in. It was great to visually see that there is still a marker. THANKS so much for taking the time to do this service. It's so appreciated.
--Kim from CA
Added by K Dayton on Oct 28, 2013 9:39 AM
Thanks for the quick updates. Appreciate your help in linking family.
Sorry about that! I think I'll blame "auto fill" for that error but yes, I should have double-checked before I sent the number to you. Thanks for the transfer!
Added by LynnS on Sep 16, 2013 5:05 PM
|Harvey Kligora||Salome Kligora|
Thank you very much for the transfer
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