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Jane (#47017110)
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Bio Photo I am a history junky, my goal in life is to connect everyone!! I love this website and enjoy adding whenever I can AND taking pictures. I am always willing to do what I can so don't be afraid to email me. This part of Wisconsin has some great old cemeteries out in the middle of nowhere. They are my favorites. I want to thank everyone everywhere for the work that they do. Keep it up!!!

IN ADDITION, IF I HAVE ADDED A PICTURE THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO USE SOMEPLACE ELSE YOU HAVE MY PERMISSION. WHAT'S MINE IS YOURS!!
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Tim Koenig
Thanks for the transfer.
Hi Jane: Thanks for the transfer, and for all your contributions to Find-A-Grave. - Tim
Added by Tim Koenig on Aug 24, 2015 12:15 PM
Cheryl Clark
Clarissa Fountain Wilson
Are you, by chance, related to Clarissa Fountain Wilson, first wife of James D. Wilson...buried at Sugar Grove Cemetery in Tippecanoe County, Indiana?
Dan Gotheridge (her 3X great nephew) and I have been working on his Fountain Family...as have several other relatives...for many years. Dan's 3X great grandfather was Moses II, the brother of Clarissa. Their father was also named Moses, and died in Fountain County, Indiana in 1831 or 1832. We finally established this relationship recently. Although we knew three of his brothers (all had gone to Iowa-Moses, Joseph, Mathew & Zabed/Zebulon), the other siblings were unknown until recently. We are still looking for a brother named Samuel and a sister named Ruth Ann (Daniel) Fuller. There was also a much younger sibling named Simeon by a 2nd wife named Mary. And the brother, Zabed/Zebulon, moved out of Iowa and has not been located.
The 2nd wife of James D. Wilson was also a Fountain and is also buried at Sugar Grove. We would like to find out if there's a family connection with her, too.
If you have any family information, we would really appreciate it...and would gladly share what we know. Thank you so much.
Our email addresses are:
chericlark18@gmail.com
dgotheridge18@gmail.com
Added by Cheryl Clark on Aug 04, 2015 11:40 AM
Janet Marie
Byron Hanson # 100165348
You added a photo to Bryon's memorial that I assume is of him and his wife, Mary Hanson #100165353. Would you mind adding to photo to her memorial as well?

Thanks!
Added by Janet Marie on May 04, 2015 3:57 PM
myWIgenealogy
Teal
Hi Jane, awhile back you added some photos on a memorial of mine, William Teal #111656701. Someone taking photos today in that cemetery cleaned off that stone, and realized it read wife of William Teal #145790010! Would you be so kind to take the photos off William's memorial and add them to Hannah's? Thank you!

Jerin
Added by myWIgenealogy on Apr 29, 2015 11:12 PM
Earl Pagel
Alma A. Pagel Transfer
Thank You for the transfer of Alma Pagel. You were right, she attended Church at St John's in Berlin, Green Lake, and I thought my source was researching St. John's in Berlin Twsp, Marathon, Wisconsin. No wonder these Pagel's were not directly related to me. While I had the info, I requested a number of edits which will appear on your Find a Grave source page for you to review and accept as you desire. I appreciate your support past and future. Again Thanks!
Earl Pagel
Added by Earl Pagel on Apr 26, 2015 9:12 PM
Earl Pagel
Pagel"s
Thank You for the transfer of all the Pagel's in Old German Lutheran Cemetery. Your thoughtfulness will make it much easier to edit and link them to their families and ancestors, which I am researching almost daily in old Pommern, Prussia Parish Records. I also thank you for the nice work you did on adding inscriptions and taking photos of all the headstones. Again Thanks,
Earl Pagel
Added by Earl Pagel on Mar 11, 2015 10:33 AM
Earl Pagel
RE: Unknown Graves
Sure, I will work on finding more on their families,
Thanks,
Earl Pagel
Added by Earl Pagel on Feb 27, 2015 12:31 PM
Sandy Caldwell
Timm/Behm/Koop Memorials.
Thank you for transferring these five memorials.
Added by Sandy Caldwell on Feb 19, 2015 2:51 PM
skippy
Mumbrue Memorials
Thank you for transferring the memorials I requested. It is MUCH appreciated!
Added by skippy on Feb 15, 2015 2:45 PM
Sandy Caldwell
Transfer memorials
Please transfer to me the following memorials of my direct ancestors:

Rosa Martha "Behm" Timm 113669074
Louis Herman Timm 113669005
Carl Ernst August Behm 92301991
Ida Fredericke Caroline Koop Behm 92301937
David C. Koop 29151056

These are all my direct ancestors. I have worked on these lines for many years and have additions and corrections to the memorials.

Thank you,
Sandy Caldwell
Added by Sandy Caldwell on Feb 10, 2015 8:22 AM
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