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Genhunter (#46887767)
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Bio Photo I love history, genealogy and cemetery hunting.
The tree in the photo is a Burr Oak called the Half-Way Tree that was paced off by Native American runners as the half way point between the Mississippi and Lake Michigan. My ancestor William Rice lived very near this tree and died in 1857.

In about 1861 some Native Americans spoke with a local farmer and told him to never cut down this tree because it marked the midpoint for their journey. So they never did.
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John M
mary smith
there is no record of a mary smith who died at that time. what makes you think she is at the garland cemetery.
Added by John M on Sep 10, 2016 2:22 AM
sthurner
RE: Mitchell Lot
They know about her - not so long along they had an auction of some watercolors one of her students did. It's amazing how many people in the cemetery have no headstones, especially women.
Added by sthurner on Aug 30, 2016 8:03 PM
sthurner
Mitchell Lot
I uploaded a photo of the Mitchell lot, where, according to cemetery records, Ella is buried. She has no headstone, and her name is not engraved on the family monument, though she died later than the other Mitchells, unmarried and at the poor farm. She probably couldn't afford those costs.
Added by sthurner on Aug 30, 2016 7:57 AM
sthurner
RE: Ella P Smith
When I see a photo request I know someone is doing research, so I try to dig a little. I've seen watercolors done by some of her students.
Added by sthurner on Aug 29, 2016 5:20 PM
sthurner
Ella Smith at Oak Hill
I poked around the Mitchell plot this morning - no headstones for either Ella or Marian. If you want any of these folks transferred to you just let me know. I am simply a volunteer recordings all sorts of people, hoping to be helpful.

Sherry
Added by sthurner on Aug 29, 2016 5:17 PM
Amy Elizabeth
RE: Josephine Elia
You're welcome! So glad to help :)
Added by Amy Elizabeth on Aug 20, 2016 7:06 AM
Rebecca Dodds
RE: Rosenheimer memorials
Thanks for adding the info. It makes me happy to think a descendant down the line will not only find their ancestor (because of you) but can get some interesting biographical tidbits to go with the memorial.

I did also put in requests to you to connect brothers- John 37134946 ; Max 37134567 ; and Joseph 37134710 Rosenheimer with their parents Lehman Rosenheimer 37130469 and Barbara Herbst 37130563 . (Or I sure hope I did...)

It would be nice to connect them all and then they would also be connected to their three siblings already listed on Lehman & Barbara's memorials.

Thanks again for all the Rosenheimer help!

Added by Rebecca Dodds on Jul 13, 2016 5:33 PM
Rebecca Dodds
Lena Weimer Rosenheimer
Thank-you for accepting the connection of Lena to her mother Margreta Weimer. And thanks for creating and maintaining her memorial.
Added by Rebecca Dodds on Jul 11, 2016 3:30 PM
Diane & John
RE: My sympathy
Thank you for your condolences. John loved Find A Grave & was always eager to get out to the cemeteries & take pictures & clean around stones if necessary. I miss him tremendously but will continue to upkeep all our memorials in his memory.

Diane
Added by Diane & John on Feb 05, 2016 12:04 PM
Bulldog
RE: Ruth Baggett
Now you have me wondering. Think I'll go to Clerk of Courts office and see if I can locate the Death Record. That should give us an exact date, possibly a correct name spelling, then can look for an obit. in Green Bay newspapers of that time-frame. It might yield the name of the funeral home that handled Ruth's arrangements.
Added by Bulldog on Jan 11, 2016 9:10 PM
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