|Steve Seim (#47256753)|
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I am an attorney and court commissioner in Dodge County, Wisconsin. My lovely wife Julie and our kids Philip and Grace (and dog Howie) enjoy exploring cemeteries with me.|
Like most of my fellow gravers, I do this to preserve the history of those who came before us and the often beautiful works of art that mark their final resting places - and to make the information more accessible to those who might be searching for it.
My information comes from a variety of sources, including older cemetery transcriptions done by others. Feel free to contact me with corrections, additional information, transfer requests, questions, etc. I'll be happy to help if I can.
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For those with any interest in asylum, poor farm, and other institutional cemeteries, check out my website:
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"Jesus said to her, 'I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?'" John 11:25-26
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|Little Girl Blue||Allan Christian|
Thank you so much for the photo!
Thanks for taking the time to find and photograph her headstone for me. It's a shame it is so weathered.
Thank you so much for the photo!
Added by zcrafton on May 02, 2015 1:59 PM
Thanks again, Steve. You are the man.
|Carole Marie (McMahan) Selby||RE: Guernsey County Home Cemetery|
No I am sorry but I don't have GPS coordinates for this cemetery. It took me a very long time to even find it. Then when we did find it the first time we went into it there were like 3 stones in it, so I went to the township people and complained about the shape of it and they went in there and mowed it and to my surprise the next time I went into it there were almost 100 stones. It sits way back off the road under a bunch of pine trees and is just the coziest little place for a cemetery. Most of the stones in it are readable tho some of them are worn by the weather elements.
Thank you! I am reviewing the burials as I have found errors that I made and this caught my eye. Jean F. lives near the cemetery and I expect she keeps close tabs on the new burials. It is SO enjoyable to work with good normal people! Thank you for all you do for the good of the cause.
Added by Aavedt on Apr 30, 2015 9:55 AM
Some kind soul has taken a photo of the gravestone. Question? Do you wish to save or delete the white cross photos? Whatever works.
Added by Aavedt on Apr 30, 2015 9:40 AM
|DMaron||RE: St. Bernard's|
Feel free to claim them if you want. I don't do St. Bernard's very often. I'm mostly working on Oak Hill. Just trying add photos and correct their grave locations when I can. Thanks for asking first, but you won't have any problem from me. I appreciate your dedication! Dale
Added by DMaron on Apr 29, 2015 7:51 PM
|jumpin jer||RE: Batsons in Fairwater|
No problem with that mix-up on this end. Thanks for the heads-up !
|Beachcomber||Josiah Batson Sr. and Anna Batson|
Thanks for the photo. Quite an impressive marker.
For those researching the Josiah Batson Sr. family tree, the Josiah Batson Sr. genealogy is available online in several different collections.
"Batson Family Genealogy"
Revised To May 1st 1949
By William D. Lindsey son of Mary Batson Lindsey
and Sam W. Batson son of Thomas A. Batson
Pictures and articles regarding the Batson family are also available online at the Fairwater Historical Society site.
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