My fiance is related to his wife, Minnie, but I transferred him to you. I can't transfer you minnie because as you noted, I don't have that memorial.
|High Plains||RE: Maxine Burner Wendt|
No, not related. And the only information that I have is what is in the obituary. Sorry!
High Plains :)
|Kathy J||RE: George John Gercken|
The inscription on the stone for his wife are:
1896 - wife - 1947
I followed the instructions for location of the grave that you had posted: Section D, Block 8, Lot N. I had difficulty finding the gravestone until someone from the Archdiocese came and assisted me. He called the cemetery office and said that there should be a 7 after the N.
I hope this additional info is what you need. If not, let me know.
Added by Kathy J on Aug 24, 2014 3:06 PM
Hi, I have transferred Frederich Gercken's memorial for you to manage at your request. Thank you!
Added by Jessica on Jul 29, 2014 3:49 PM
|Linda Rhoadarmer||RE: Henry Schollmeyer|
After searching over the weekend we didn't find a headstone for Henry. We rechecked today and the lady in the office gave us the name of the person that Henry was buried next to and so we rechecked and there was no stone. Albert & Francis are in grave 9 & 10 and I believe he is in grave 6. Linda
|Bob L.||RE: Herman Wendt|
Hey HLM, you are welcome for the pic. I'll have to check out memorial again. Take care Bob.
Added by Bob L. on Jun 25, 2014 2:49 PM
|Sandy Schilling Payne||Adam Dosch|
Thank you for the plot information. I've added it to the memorial.
Welcome. Just FYI that I added a photo to Elizabeth's original memorial after I deleted my duplicate.
Added by Taweret on Jun 03, 2014 2:12 PM
|Debra Dennis||Leland Barlow|
You are most welcome. There were 3 more Barlow's buried on that plot, Max, Sanford & Maude. I added pictures to their memorials as well. I also found a Harriet Barlow buried there in Section 3 that didn't have a memorial so I added the memorial and a picture, don't know if she is a part of your Barlow's? I still need to look for Alfreda Barlow yet.
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: John Marcotte, Pvt, World War I|
You're welcome Holly. The photo you added looks good and adds so much more to the memorial.
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