|Daniel Allen (#47353628)|
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While I have always been fascinated by graveyards, my interest in genealogy started only a few years ago when I started researching my 2nd great grandfather, who died in the Civil War. During that research, I came across this site and my Grandfather Purcell was my first memorial here. Since then, I have found many of my ancestor's gravesites already listed and I have created many more. It's been a fascinating and educating journey.|
Most of my father's relatives were of Irish/Scotch/English descent and from Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana, via Philadelphia, Long Island, and Baltimore. My mother's family was among the early Danish immigrants to the Stonington Peninsula in Delta County, Michigan.
Unfortunately, I am a fair distance from all those places and am unable to regularly visit the graves of my family. Find a Grave is the next best thing. I have found many helpful people here that share my interest in preserving our past.
The names I am actively researching are Petersen, Bonefeld, Hoi, Iversen, Allen, Armstrong, Atkinson, Purcell, Ferry, Pollock, Wood, Wiley, Coe and many others.
TRANSFERS, CORRECTIONS, FAMILY LINKS:
I will gladly transfer any memorial of persons to whom I am not related to anyone that is a relative. If I am related to a person and a requestor is a closer relative, I will also be glad to make the transfer. Please make any transfer requests, corrections, or Family linkage requests via the Edit tab on the memorial.
Please be aware that, while I am happy to post obituaries, I will remove the names of individuals that are still living beforehand.
Important: Please include the Memorial Number of parents and spouses when requesting links. I can no longer accept links without this number. I get several requests each day and your update will get done quicker with the memorial number.
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|Diane Owen Heim||Pollock family|
I found your memorial for Robert Case and then see you are researching the Pollock family. My grandmother was Edna Pollock. Her grandfather was Amazi Pollock Pennsylvania to Wis. My email is email@example.com
|Shari Milks||obit. for Florence Neveu|
I believe I have an obit for Florence Neveu who is on this page. I maintain the 2manitowoc.com site and ran acros it in the old newspapers.:
NEVEU, MRS. ALPHONSE
Unsuccessful in an attempt to commit suicide last week, Mrs. Alphonse Neveu
drank poison last night and died in an ambulance enroute to the hospital at
Green Bay. She and her two-month-old baby were rescued when they were found
locked in a gas-filled room May 1.
Manitowoc Herald Times, May 12, 1933 p.2
I was wondering if you have a photo of Mae's headstone? I am not sure if you would know, but is there any information at the cemetery relating to her internment (who paid for the plot and information regarding her death, death certificate).
Added by DBunzel on Jun 15, 2016 5:26 PM
|Chad Patrick||RE: Erdmann in Suamico|
That link is extremely helpful! Thank you much!
|Chad Patrick||Erdmann in Suamico|
You created memorials in Suamico Public Cemetery (84814956, 84814957, 84814958) for Albert, Henriette and John Erdmann back in 2012. I was wondering if you can tell me what the basis for this was? I walked the cemetery today taking photos and wasn't able to find these three. Do you know them to be in unmarked graves? Do you know if there's an "official" list of interments somewhere? Since it's an ND cemetery I'm guessing the village would maintain that. Thanks for your insight! Chad
|Virginia Arnold||RE: Mary Catharine Wilcox Arndt|
Thank you so much
|Virginia Arnold||Mary Catharine Wilcox Arndt|
I just put in a correction. I think I put Wilson not Wilcox I'm sorry 82541192
|Lisa Rottenberg||Grandma Delaney Suamico Public Cemetery|
I would like to know the name of the individual who is buried under the Grandma Delaney stone at Suamico Public Cemetery. Can you or someone access burial records for this cemetery or let me know where said records are kept?
|Genealogy Corner||Sarah Purcell|
Of course. I deleted mine
Hello, I have a newspaper article from De Pere Historical Society, while doing my research, it lists my grandmother and her sister as Jospeh's sisters....?? not sure why. Wondering if you could shed some light on this, not sure if it was a typo. I will type what I found, and list source. Thank you in advance for any clarification.
Joseph Atkinsin, 51, Oneida, Route 1, died suddently Friday evening at his home. He is survived by his widow, three sons, Francis, Joseph, Jr., and Leroy, and a duaghter, Mrs. Verna Pasterski, Green Bay and by two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Lemerond, Chippewa Falls (great aunt) and Mrs. Louis Schray (Scray, Cora, grandmother) Green Bay. posted Nov 19, 1936 De Pere Journal Democrat.
Added by lmf on May 31, 2016 5:21 PM
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