|Dean Wiese (#47019387)|
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I have been doing genealogy for about seventeen years, my aunt Helen Wiese, had collected most of the Wiese and Rudiger family for about three generations before she passed away. She left me with some wonderful family photos, which really started my interest in genealogy. I have collected grave markers for most of the family in Utah. This is a great site to start a search for other family members living in other parts of the US.|
Most of the Wiese family first settled in Wisconsin, so there are many relatives there, the Basch, Tesch, Fischer, Sellin, Chich, and Wohlt families.
Some of the family names that are related to me are located in Virginia, the Hurt family, Via, Parr, Wells, Herndon, and Barksdale.
I had some scouts in my church Kyer and Riley Folsom that did an Eagle Scout project collecting all the grave markers for a small cemetery in northern Utah, Centerville City Cemetery. The boys cataloged about 2500 grave marker and photos for this cemetery. I'm helping them get it posted on line.
The Wiese Family tree on Ancestry.com has about 65,000 names of in-laws and direct family descendents.
Come visit our family web site at:
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|Henry Webber||Abner Weber|
I have corrected parents for Abner Thanks for letting me know. Henry
|Henry Webber||John Weber|
Thanks for the information on John. I have corrected the year of birth to 1747 but left month and day blank since not sure. Thanks, Henry
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Hello there relative!|
My husband's grandmother was a Wells...that is why I had the memorial transferred to our family from LK. Am always excited to find other cousins online.
Since my husband has been busy working he has not had the time to link up the children and siblings. I will try to do that this week.
Always such a joy finding other cousins related to us!
|Cemetery Walker Too||RE: Lorraine Wanda Emma Bobrofsky|
I've transferred them to you. Next time use the Edit tab on the individual memorial. Thanks.
I have made the updates to Ferdinand's site. Interesting theory about the division of husband and wife. I suppose that it was easier for the family to do since they died so many years apart.
My paternal Grandmother was from Pomerania, immigrated to Dodge County and then pioneered in McMillan. Her daughter, Irene married Eldor Podratz. They are buried in St. Peter's.
Thanks for the information!
the official Arlington National Cemetery website shows Eva is buried with Robert. Her details are shown as being on the back of the grave.
Added by Frogman on Nov 21, 2013 12:40 PM
|Bill E. Doman||Rudiger requests|
Hi: your personal Bio. on Find A Grave indicates Rudiger is part of your family research and names. I would like to transfer the memorials (relatives) to you for maintaining with your approval. Please refer to my personal Find A Grave Bio.,paragraphs 4-6, explaining my position. Have a good day and I will await your reply.
are you related to sie medlin or lethie butler?
Added by sadie on Oct 14, 2013 7:52 PM
|Carole Knaub||DELBERT NIELSEN|
Thank you for letting me know about the incorrect birth year for Delbert. Don't know why I entered 1920 as all my records show 1919. The death date is correct however. I have made the correction.
|Lanette Estill Cooper||Mary Innes Simpson|
Thanks for catching the wrong date of death for Mary. I must of had too much caffeine that day. Going too fast.
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