|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
|GMACC1||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
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. :)
|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!
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.
|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.
|K. Schaut||Mary Weber|
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
|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
|Marlin Miller||RE: Pictures from Wildwood|
I just posted the Margaret photo. It is a pleasure serving you. Marlin
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