|deanna nelson||Foy Headstones|
Thank you so much for the photos of Francis & Rosalie Foy's headstone! We appreciate you!!!
|Mary Bateman||Eugene D Hoffman|
Thank you so much for the headstone picture.
|Doris Christensen||RE: RANKIN|
You are more than welcome. I took pictures of all the Rankin stones in the cemetery but unfortunately most of them have fallen and are pretty well buried in the ground.
Was wishing I had something with me to at least pry them up and turn them over to get pictures but didn't.
I have heard that the Wayne Co. Pioneer Cemetery Commission is starting to restore some of the old cemeteries so hopefully that will be one that they get to and reset the stones.
Overall the cemetery was very well maintained and not too terribly many stones are down. Unfortunately the Rankins were the most of them. Will try and keep my eyes open, if the opportunity arises, to get pictures of the rest.
In the meantime I'll just be posting pictures of the row showing their locations.
|Frances Cope||Carmen Simon|
Thank you so much for the great photos.
|Jade||RE: EUGENE A WIPPERFURTH|
You're welcome! No I am not in Wisconsin, I was just visiting home the last couple of weeks.
Added by Jade on Jul 06, 2015 9:42 PM
|Connie Lee||RE: Henry John Maier|
I was happy to find him - it is a beautiful country cemetery I had not been to before.
|DRow||Anna Warner Photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Anna Warner's monument. Anna was my great aunt - one of my favorite people in the world! She had a wonderful sense of humor even though she didn't have an easy life. We affectionately called her "Klumpa," a Swedish word given to her by her siblings.
I would have never gotten to California to take this photo, so I really appreciate you doing it for me. You're a peach!
Added by DRow on Jul 05, 2015 12:03 AM
|David Dean||RE: HERMAN MEIER|
It was interesting to find that the Maier family is one of those family well established in Waunakee.
|Linda Bush||Ernest Woodward grave Photo|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of Ernest Woodward in Huntington Beach. He was a great uncle who immigrated to America from England with his brother, my grandfather. I live in Michigan now, but I lived in Huntington Beach from 1986 to 1991 and never knew he was buried there. I will add the photo to our ancestry collection.
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