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Jane Lapp
RE: Noll photos
a couple of years ago you left a message on my page in find a grave about permission to use photos. I don't know if I answered as I never look at the messages on my page, but if not, please do!
Added by Jane Lapp on Apr 18, 2013 10:24 AM
Dianne Page Skauge
Hein Headstones
Thank you very much for the photo!
Added by Dianne Page Skauge on Jul 30, 2012 4:48 PM
Jane Lapp
RE: Noll photos
I just saw your message about putting pics on Ancestry, go for it1
Added by Jane Lapp on Apr 19, 2012 2:23 PM
Deeder Ottos Child
greetings I transferred her over to you,
take care,
Added by Peanut on Apr 09, 2012 6:12 PM
Bruce Comdohr
RE: Thank you!
Absolutely use the photo in your tree. There is no need to credit me either. I am glad to help out. The pastor of St Paul's church emailed me directions to the grave but they were for a Jacob Schlater who had died in 1939. Took me awhile to find the right Jacob, but we had such a gorgeous day today I didn't mind walking around at all and it was a small cemetery so not too difficult.

Added by Bruce Comdohr on Apr 13, 2011 4:55 PM
james thomas
schlafer in saint pauls cemetery
found jacob and others buried near as in a family group; wife mathilda (1871-1945), edwin (1917-1985) and wife nora (1918--), burnette (1922- 1948), and arthur (1903- 1935). if these are of interest to you, add to findagrave, request photo and i will fulfill. from jim
Added by james thomas on Apr 08, 2011 7:19 AM
Jane Lapp
RE: Noll photos
Of course you are welcome to use the photos in your records. They are for you, glad I could help! Jane
Added by Jane Lapp on Feb 20, 2011 11:12 AM
Mark Barnhart
RE: Spitsbergen-Moddersville
No problem, feel free to use the photos.

glad I could help,
Added by Mark Barnhart on Oct 21, 2010 7:13 AM
Mark Barnhart
RE: Spitsbergen-Moddersville
I have posted the photos. These are the names of other Spitsbergan graves in the Moddersville Cemetery.

Helen Louise
John & Ester
Merlin & Dorthy
Mary & Martin

There are three prominent families buried in this cemetery, The Spitsbergens, Wymas, and Modders. At least one Modder married a Spitsbergen and three Modders married into the Wyma family.
Hope this helps with your research.

Added by Mark Barnhart on Oct 14, 2010 11:38 AM
Mark Barnhart
I have taken photos of the graves requested but not posted them yet as I have a question. There are two Mary Spitsbergen's shown on the burial records. Both were born in 1897. One died in 1986 and is buried with husband Martin. The other one is shown as having only a field stone marking her grave and is buried with Evert and Jennie (also with only field stones)near their parents grave. I'm almost sure you want the one buried with Evert and Jennie but wanted to confirm.

Added by Mark Barnhart on Oct 13, 2010 9:02 PM
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