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AncestorSeeker (#46957709)
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HELLO ALL! I have been away for some time. After aol deleted all my contacts and information i am back for a second round of Ancestry searching. I have received some emails about some of the people i have added to this site. some of you left an email to contact you back. VICKI you did not. So if you see this info please email me at listed email address. So we can talk about transferring klujeske relatives to you. I am curious to how you fit in this family. I am Margaret's First cousin 2x removed. Please would love to share some information. This goes for anyone wanting me to transfer names to them. please leave an email i can reach you at. Thanks
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Sharon from Wisconsin
Charles F Day
Charles F Day buried next to Charles T Day, Sr and Maud Amelia Day. I have added them to the site along with photos of the markers. Sharon
Added by Sharon from Wisconsin on Jul 02, 2012 7:12 PM
george, doris, and henry robinson
i was wondering if i could get transfers for george, doris, and henry robinson. thank you vicki
Added by GMACC1 on Jun 18, 2012 10:16 PM
vernon zimmer
hello, i was wondering if i could get a transfer for vernon zimmer. aslo i was wondering if you have infor for clara karl his wife. clara karl is related to me thru my dad's side. vicki
Added by GMACC1 on Apr 23, 2012 1:53 PM
K. Schaut
Robinson, George & Doris
Okay, I'll post the Civil War stone photo for George. Doris is there too, on the big stone, just below George but I have to go back to get that one. Missed it the first time around. :)
Added by K. Schaut on Aug 30, 2010 5:03 PM
K. Schaut
Robinson, George
Hello once more: Have you any idea if George Robinson (1832-1887) fought in the Civil War (Co. K, 27th Wis. Inf)? I found two stones with the name George Robinson in Jambo Creek Cemeterey (WI). One for sure is George born in 1832. I assume the Civil War stone is also his due to his birthdate. I've been unable to locate a stone for George born in 1865. I would like to be sure about the Civil War stone before I post the photo in the George (1832) memorial. Thanks!
Added by K. Schaut on Aug 29, 2010 6:40 PM
K. Schaut
Hello again again :)

New photos are up. I must not have had enough coffee yesterday morning as I kept messing up dates when communicating with you. As you can now see husband Philip was born much closer to the date you have in your family records.
Added by K. Schaut on Jul 31, 2010 10:12 AM
K. Schaut
RE: Philip Weber's
You are right - baby Phillip must be their grandson. He is listed as Phillip Edward Weber born Sept 15 1958 died Nov 9 1959 (2 "L's" in this name). Husband is listed as Philip W. Weber born Feb 6 1898 died Aug 9 1954 (only one "L" in his name). Somehow I got this Weber family confused with another one that had a small son buried with them. I'm sorry. I didn't even notice the date, just snapped the photo as the baby's grave was obviously part of their group. I will send you the photos by email if you like.
Added by K. Schaut on Jul 30, 2010 4:59 PM
K. Schaut
Mary Weber
Hello again:

I located Mary Weber's grave and have photographed it for you. She is next to her husband Philip and also next to her baby Philip Edward. I have photos of both husband's and baby's gravestones. Please let me know if you would like them sent to you via email or if you will be creating a memorial here so I may add them. Thanks - KSS
Added by K. Schaut on Jul 30, 2010 2:45 PM
K. Schaut
RE: Klein's in Evergreen
Regarding baby girl Klein ... you say she was a premature birth. There is a general marker near where I thought she should be - it says something about all the unborn (or maybe unknown) babies. I'm not sure if it's an actual gravesite or just a memorial stone. Section L in this cemetary is just for babies and had also served as a potter's field long ago. I'll keep a lookout for her site as I do other searches in there and perhaps I can also stop in the office to clarify her situation. I'll get back to you if I find something. -Kim
Added by K. Schaut on Jul 03, 2010 6:36 PM
Marlin Miller
RE: Pictures from Wildwood
Hi Carrie,
I just posted the Margaret photo. It is a pleasure serving you. Marlin
Added by Marlin Miller on Nov 24, 2009 8:08 AM
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