|Nancy W (#47746624)|
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I joined Find-A-Grave in March of 2012 I like taking walks and I like taking pictures. Since I am within walking distance of Oak Hill Cemetery, St. Margaret Cemetery, Menasha Cemetery and St. Patrick Cemetery, they were wonderful places to go for walks. I would read the head stones and see the history and often the heart ache of families. When I discovered Find-A-Grave it only made sense to take my camera along to combine activities I was already doing to help others. I do have family buried in Oak Hill and St. Margaret cemetery but now I feel I have even more family there. I have been taking pictures and adding records randomly but am pleased to help others find their families too.|
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|Janet Eiler||RE: Brooks Cemetery corrections|
I was involved with various projects with the Winnebagoland Genealogical Society. Our projects inspired many other societies to do the same...lol
Thank you for making the corrections! Thank you for all your contributions as well.
|S Hemingway||Leona Thune|
Thanks so much for the photos of the Leona Thune gravestone. I always enjoy when a picture of the surrounding area is included.
|Ann Maree||Sharon Schwerin Ney|
She's in Saint Margarets. I always think of these as all one cemetery when I have visited, but I see now Find A Grave lists them separately. The main Oak Hill cemetery page on the Find A Grave website makes it sound like they are all linked and listed under one. Thanks for the note, and of course, thanks again for the photo requests you filled for me in the past (the other Schwerins).
|L Hedgecock||RE: Hattie DeBar|
Thanks so much Nancy! I really appreciate it!
|L Hedgecock||RE: Hattie DeBar|
Thanks so much Nancy. I would never have found that source on my own.
How terribly sad for the DeBar family.
|L Hedgecock||Hattie DeBar|
Thanks for creating on online memorial for Hattie Debar. Find A Grave Memorial# 129578788. I think this may be my husband's great great aunt. She was born abt 1866.
Since there is no photo, I was wondering if there were cemetery records from which you created the memorial. I would love to be able to reference that.
Thanks in advance for your help.
He divorced Sarah Bidlack before he moved to Wisconsin, then in 1848 he re-married Cherissa Holcomb and started a new family. His 1st child was born when he was 17-18 years old to Sarah.
In the 1850 census, Sarah is living with her parents and children:
Census of 1850 Sheshequin township: (all living in same household)
Bidlack Esther 63 F CT 161 288 (mother of Sarah Verbeck)
Bidlack Anson 46 M 3000 Farmer PA 161 288 (brother to Sarah Verbeck)
Bidlack Daniel M. 27 M PA 161 288 (brother to Sarah Verbeck)
Bidlack Caroline 19 F NY 161 288
Verbeck Sarah 42 F PA 161 288 (wife of Philip Verbeck)
Verbeck John 15 M NY 161 288
Verbeck Harriet 13 F NY 161 288
Verbeck Philip 11 M IL 161 288
Verbeck Esther 16 F NY 161 288
Added by LDR on Mar 15, 2015 6:44 PM
|Teri Grey||Minnie Anklam|
thank you Nancy for obtaining the picture of Minnie's grave stone. I really appreciate it.
|George R. Tremmel||louis tremmel|
Resthaven Cemetery is in Menasha, wi.
look at the sign as you enter the cemetery
I am the son of Louis and Leona Tremmel.
|Armstrong History||Is It "Almost" Spring"???|
Hey Nancy . . . just wanted to send a quick "hi" to you! Hope you are doing well . . I am looking forward to being out on my bike pedaling around with my camera SOON!
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