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Susanna Parrish Allen (#46929622)
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Pine Tree Cemetery
I found a article in the La Crosse tribune (Nov 21, 1965- Page 25) which a description for this cemetery.
'About four miles southeast of Romance on a gravel road is a majestic pine tree which stands sentinel over a lonely and long abandoned cemetery where tombstones are hidden in a ticket of dense underbrush. Toppled and broken stones bear the names of such early settlers on the South Fork of the Bad Axe River as Oliver, Johnson, Davis, Phillips and Hartley.
The cemetery is on the Lois Engler farm, whose mother Clara B. Anderson,79, said the burial ground was a well-kept and fence-enclosed place until about 1932, when it started to become run down because most younger ones moving away. She said many persons were buried there without tombstones, and other families included Sidie, Miller, Campbell, Smith and Sutton.
A short distance farther on the same road is another dense thicket of undergrowth and trees where the toppled and cracked tombstones of Peter J. Mellen and Jerry Hockenberry are scattered on the ground.'

I believe my Campbell Ancestors are buried in this cemetery including Gawin and Mary (Brown) Campbell, who lived in the farm that is across the road from this burial ground.

Mike Connell
Added by msconn on Feb 26, 2015 9:13 AM
Tammy Gephardt
Henry Purdy #120786497
I'd appreciate it if you would transfer this Memorial to me. He is my 8x Great Grandfather. I also have some edits to make. So you said before I request an edit if I am related then request a transfer.

Thank You for creating this Memorial.

Tammy Gephardt
Added by Tammy Gephardt on Feb 25, 2015 10:20 AM
Giulio Cherubini
RE: picture of Dominic Cherubini grave
thanks already done!
Added by Giulio Cherubini on Feb 19, 2015 9:05 AM
Giulio Cherubini
picture of Dominic Cherubini grave
Dear Susanna,
is it possible to have a picture of the graves of Dominic Cherubini and his wife Lizzie Collins at the Calvary Catholic Cemetery and Mausoleum
Clearwater, Pinellas County, Florida.

Thank you so much, he was my grandfather's brother.

Giulio Cherubini
Added by Giulio Cherubini on Feb 19, 2015 7:28 AM
Halverson & Wapp Memorials
Again, thank you Susanna for your very prompt reply and consideration of transferring the Halvorson and Wapp memorials to me... very much appreciated.

Added by Judy on Feb 18, 2015 7:30 AM
Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson
Simpson memorials
Thank you so much for these memorial transfers. While I have some info, I hope to find much more. Thanks for your dedication to this wonderful project!
Added by Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johns... on Feb 17, 2015 7:17 AM
Klahn Family
Susanna, Thank you so much for the transfer of the Klahn Family memorials... it is greatly appreciated. Judy
Added by Judy on Feb 16, 2015 7:16 AM
John Waugh
Grangel family
I realize you have created thousands of memorials, but wondering if you have any further knowledge of the Grangel family of which you posted several memorials. Any chance they are connected to Newfoundland way back? My paternal Great-Grandmother was a Grangel, and it's hard to find info. I am communication with someone who has a Grangel, known to be connected to mine, who is connected to the Turner name. Any bells? Thanks, John in Maine
Added by John Waugh on Feb 15, 2015 5:52 PM
Klahn Family Memorials
Hi Susanna,

You have graciously created memorials for a few "Klahn" family individuals. The Klahn's are related to my husband through his father.

I have some information on some of them that I would like to add.

Would you be willing to transfer management to me to be able to do this. If you're willing to honor this request and would like them back, I would be more than willing to transfer them back to you per your request.

Thank you for your consideration on the following individuals... I have listed their names and memorial numbers for your convenience.

Your valuable work and time with Find A Grave is greatly appreciated... thank you!

Judy Drehmel

David Klahn - 77100225
Richard Klahn - 92362444
Leonard Klahn - 110316126
Mathilda Klahn - 92362454
Hilda Klahn - 92362465
Cleo Klahn - 74499386
Carl Klahn - 77100211
Lucille Klahn - 77100220
Added by Judy on Feb 13, 2015 4:34 PM
Charles Patterson
Gearhart Memorials

Thanks for the transfers, that was very kind and very much appreciated.


Charles Patterson
Added by Charles Patterson on Feb 11, 2015 5:22 PM
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