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Lawrence H. Grunert (#46831293)
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Lawrence has been a Genealogy NUT for well over 40+ years and am still learning .I hope that this information will be of help to others. I have found this site to be most interesting therefore I must add to these cemeteries when ever I can.I have make a couple of contacts with other relitives, so this has been well worth the effort.
I enjoy this site as one can sometimes find out where the parents or siblings are. Most welcome part as one can add an unknown family member.In many cases I can travel back in time via the cemeteries of the parents and thus find out were they were laid to rest and lived their lives.
I am a Barber/Cosmetologist by profession and it is close to 50 years although I am now retired compleately as of 31 Dec 2011.I still do several "Home Clients" as one can not abandend them.I'm sure my hobbies will take up most of my time and allow time for other endevers.

NOTE: On many of the cemeteries,especially the New England States,New Brunswick,Nova Scotia and many more I can only say that credit for those cemeteries are the work of other people who have walked the stones or worked the records. For that,of course, we are all most greatful.

My wife,Sharon, and I have three grown children and four grandchildren which we greatly love. They all are a gift from Our Lord. I do this in hope that someday they will appriciate it. Great news,we now have five more grandchildren plus a new great-grandchild.Our oldest son has a new lady who has the five children and she also is the grandmother of this little girl.Her children blend in well with ours so that is a real plus.
Good Luck ,Good Hunting and GOD Bless.

This is authored by a 7 yr.old and so very true:

"INSANITY does NOT run in my family.......It strolls through........Takes its time and get to know everyone personally"
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J Dailey Candelaria
Richard Heath
Memorial #94035905
Hello, I requested a photo of his headstone and the volunteer wrote this message to me,
"Cemetery office has no record of this person

They also reported, specifically:
The woman in the cemetery told me that the current Cambridge Cemetery was founded in the early 19th century, so there are no interments there before that. Your request is probably buried in the Old Burial Ground, also in Cambridge.

Please verify and correct the right location for me Please.
Thank you.
Added by J Dailey Candelaria on Jul 25, 2014 11:14 AM
Linda and William S.
RE: St.Mary's,Menasha-Kolasinsky family
Will transfer over to you the latter part of this week.
Bill & Linda
Added by Linda and William S. on Jul 23, 2014 10:57 AM
Glenn Grant
Mill River Cemetery
I am trying locate the Mill River Cemetery. Can you give me directions to the cemetery? Thanks so much.
Added by Glenn Grant on Jul 11, 2014 7:31 AM
Kathy Fuhrman
Rosetta Manley Blackwood
Wondering where you came up with 2 children for her? The 2nd child was supposedly born after Rosetta's death. In searching the census I show only Daisy born 1869. she was residing with her Manley grandparents in Kewaskum in 1880.
Added by Kathy Fuhrman on Jul 10, 2014 1:04 PM
Kathy Fuhrman
Jean Baptiste Louis Bertrand
Thank you so much for transferring ownership to me.
I now await an individuals genereoucs natute in trying to obtain tombstone pics for Louis and Eulalie (Julia).
Added by Kathy Fuhrman on Jul 06, 2014 8:52 AM
Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Tinkham
I am hoping you received the transfers?
Added by Anne Shurtleff Stevens on Jun 13, 2014 10:02 AM
Donna Everett
RE: Ida Hills Hicks Carr
Thank you so much for checking into this for me. Have a wonderful day!
Added by Donna Everett on Jun 12, 2014 8:38 PM
Jan Fortney
Abraham and Catherine Ginther
You have Abraham and Catherine as being buried at Gnadenhutten, when, in fact, they are buried at Dutch Valley Cemetery, Rush Township.
Added by Jan Fortney on Jun 10, 2014 11:35 AM
Donna Everett
Philander Tobias Parish
Do you know if Philander married Ida Hills Hicks Carr after Abbie died? Ida was my great-grandmother who said she was the widow of Philander, but she was buried as Ida Carr. I find no record of the marriage; however, my grandmother, Mabel Hicks, gave the information for Philander's death certificate. I would appreciate any information you can give me. There's no direct descendants left that I can ask. Thank you very much.
Donna :-)
Added by Donna Everett on Jun 02, 2014 10:41 PM
Margie Homer
Edwin Burgess Parker
Edwin B Parker is my Great Great Grandfather. He was born 30 Oct 1822 and died on the way to Bristol, Wi 04 Oct 1868 in Quincy, Adams, Illinois, USA. He is buried in North Bristol Cemetery Wisconsin. He died from typhoid fever. His wife was pregnant with her 8th child. Edwin B Parker Jr who died 2 years later. Here is a link to his, wife and baby Edwin grave site.
Most of my information came from family and the family bible.
I have visited this grave site.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Parker&GSfn=Edwin&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=51&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=59193085&df=all&
Margie Parker Homer
Added by Margie Homer on May 31, 2014 6:51 PM
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