|Lynn Thrasher (#46968848)|
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I deleted mine, sent edits, and added the tombstone.
Thanks for your help. Phillip
Added by Phillip on Sep 24, 2016 3:28 PM
|Phillip||RE: #166236014 - Ralph Kucharski Jr|
Since Sam did not put it in a cemetery. It wouldn't show up when I search Saint Adalberts Cemetery. If I remove my memorial the name would not be in a cemetery. So I it ever ends up in SA then I will delete mine. You shouldn't make memorials in nowhere.
To send a private message: Click the EDIT tab on the memorial, select Suggest any other correction or addition.
Added by Phillip on Sep 22, 2016 12:29 PM
|Phillip||RE: Source information|
Added by Phillip on Aug 06, 2016 3:53 PM
|Phillip||RE: Rose Labecki|
I thought my grandmother step mother family was bad. They moved from Boston to Milwaukee about 1900 and the whole family change the surname.
Added by Phillip on Jun 16, 2016 2:38 PM
|Phillip||RE: Rose Labecki|
http://www.cemeteries.org/ Milwaukee Catholic Cemetery site, look under the genealogy tab.
Look up her name.
After you find the person. Under the information is a link:
Search for nearby graves or crypts
Un-check what you don't want, what is blank, and grave.
You will get a list of who is buried near by.
I'll switch the picture in the morning. I had a long day.
Added by Phillip on Jun 14, 2016 10:22 PM
|Jennifer Janzer||RE: Caroline Fournier|
You're very welcome. I just transferred her memorial to you. I'd rather memorials belong to relatives if they're interested.
I was sad to not get much photographing done last summer because I hurt my back and was nursing my dad through a knee replacement. So I look forward to resuming my work once the weather gets a bit less soggy. I find it very peaceful walking through the cemetery, and I often think about the people and what their lives must have been like. That's one of the things that got me into genealogy in the first place.
If I can ever find someone's grave in Racine for you, please just ask.
|Jennifer Janzer||Caroline Fournier Memorial|
Sorry it's taken so long to update Caroline's memorial. I lost your email in a flurry of about 100 obituary requests that came in about the same time.
Any time you have updates on names, dates, locations, parents, spouse, plot numbers, etc. for any memorial, you can always use the edit tab to send in specific edits that are quick and easy to process. The only time you need to send a suggestion is if you have actual text, like an obituary, that you'd like included. Or I often find memorials listed in the wrong cemetery - then I send a suggestion to relocate it. This just makes it a little easier for the contributors who have many memorials to maintain.
Would you like me to transfer Caroline Fournier's memorial to you since you are a relative? I'd be happy to if you like.
Thanks for your patience. And thank you for contacting me. I enjoy hearing from people who have been helped by my efforts.
|Genealogy Girls||RE: Yvonne R Schmitz Kopchinski|
Names are taken care of. Thanks for bringing it to may attention.
|J Mo & B Ma||Duplicate memorials|
Hello, Lynn, I noticed you have duplicate memorials for Gregory Charles Datka at Saint Adalberts Cemetery: # 132145841 and # 128409629. Perhaps you want to combine them and then delete one.
Thank you and happy holidays to you!
|Glenn & Kathy||RE: Elroy C Friedrich, #113891238|
The best information I can give you is to check the Ozaukee county newspapers. We got this information from the archives at the historical society in Cedarburg. Sorry I can't help you any more.
P.S. Check my profile for the days, times and phone number of the historical society.
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