|Donna Stein Miller (#46924885)|
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Many thanks for the additional information. It has been added.
Added by Aavedt on Jul 08, 2014 7:22 AM
|LSchmidt||RE: Clara Jacobs|
You're welcome. I also rely on others to take headstone photos for me as half of my family lives out of state. That's one of the reasons I got started doing local photo requests.
Added by LSchmidt on May 25, 2014 5:32 AM
|Ken Richter||RE: Michael Wagner|
Be sure to read the inscription on the photo for the eldest Wagner. It is quite a stretch on my part to photograph the marker I did. We have many soft stone markers in this area and after a 100 years they are difficult to read. I photograph from several angles and I try to enhance with the computer, but this was a tough one. I will contact the sexton for her records. I have Wagner friends from church in Sheboygan and Cleveland, WI. Be sure to look over the cemeteries at Cleveland (St. Wendel) and Osman (St. Isadore)Manitowoc County. Wagners and Vogels populated this area in the early years and all had large families. If I should run across any other Wagners with connections to the families you described, I'll let you know. As families migrated west from the shore of Lake Michigan, many ended their migration in the State of Washington.
|Julie Mofle||RE: Gregorius photos @ St Edward's|
I'm glad you think they are good photos, Donna. I have noticed that photos tend to look a bit faded when uploaded to FG so I have taken to editing them, increasing contrast, correcting color and middle tones as well as cropping. It dramatically improves the look of the photo on the memorial itself.
|Julie Mofle||Gregorius/St. Edw. Cem. Photos|
I had opportunity today to snap some shots of the Gregorius plot and thought you'd like to check them out on the memorials you created. I hope you like them. It's the first time visiting that cemetery for me.
|Linda and William S.||RE: thank you for findagrave photos!|
You're very welcome. Glad the writing came through, as it looked rather dark when I put it in there. It is a very nice setting, there; up on a hill, overlooking the other graves. :)
|Linda and William S.||Catherina Ramminger in Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Kiel, WI|
We will get photos of Catherina Ramminger soon.
However, we got a photo of Catherina's father-in-law Andreas Ramminger in St. Ann's Cemetery, St. Anna, Calumet Co., WI.
All of these names of villages & Catholic churches that have a "saint name" is called "The Holy Land,' in the southern parts of Calumet County & northeastern parts of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin.
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