|Michelle (Smoody) Nelson (#47026215)|
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I love history, and family history is no exception! The surnames that I am researching are; Smoody, Bonnell, Nelson, Markofske, Schultz, Kalinske, Calkins, Voigt, Kleinschmidt, Schuelke, Flentje and Entzminger.|
I actually like spending time in cemeteries!
I love helping out fellow genealogists!
If I can help, I will!
I have been working on my own family history for quite a number of years now.
I take pictures of headstones/gravesites mainly in the city of Sheboygan, but I am at times able to get out to the other cemeteries in Sheboygan County.
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|Barb Voss||RE: Myrtle McGwin|
No not related but have done a lot of research on the families there in Moundville and surrounding area. Audiss is one of the families I have researched not a common name.
|GMACC1||RE: William Voigt|
i'am related to walter voigt thru his wife florence yackley voigt. florence's grandmother mary is my gggrandfather's sister. vicki
Added by GMACC1 on Oct 07, 2012 8:58 AM
|Nancy Hart||Putnam Transfer|
Thank you, Nancy
|Nancy Hart||Putnam Transfer|
Yes, I would like to manage Marvin (Find A Grave# 92462464) and Mary (Find A Grave# 92462468) Putnam's memorial pages. Check out the dress Marvin is wearing in the picture I posted. I know times were different then but no wonder he doesn't look happy.
Find A Grave member #4781023
Oh, about how far is Sheboygan County from Green Bay?
|Nancy Hart||Marvin Putnam Winooski Cemetery|
Wow. I was going through some of my mother's notes from 1992 on our family history and saw that Marvin Putnam (my Great Uncle) was buried in Winooski Cemetery. Typed in the info on Findagrave and found pictures you posted less than a month ago.
Bonus--I now know his wife's name.
Thank you very much
Thanks for trying and taking the time Michelle. I am grateful. Their grandaughter, who's still in the area but with limited mobility, is pretty certain that they are there. She described the cemetery as being smaller, beside a Mill of sorts. She said the last time she was out there, she saw chickens running through the cemetery. She thought it an odd and humorous location for a cemetery :)
Added by DeMaster on Mar 22, 2012 9:23 AM
|Marlin Miller||Farmin Cemetery -Tenpas|
I see you have claimed the Tenpas graves in Farmin Cemetery. I have checked the inscription books but these Tenpases are not listed.
|DeMaster||Farmin Cemetery gravestones|
Thank you, Michelle. The research center is wonderful. Mary Risseuw, who runs it, is one of our "distant cousins". We were out there for a family reunion we organized with the help of some of our Wisconsin relatives and had the opportunity to visit the research center ourselves. We visited and photographed almost 2,000 stones in several cemeteries but did not make it out to Farmin Cemetery. We appreciate your help. ~Greg & Melody DeMaster
Added by DeMaster on Mar 17, 2012 9:37 PM
|Linda and William S.||Geo. Was. Stirdivant|
George Washington Stirdivant's father was William J. Stirdivant & George's grandparents were Solomon & Polly ("Maria") Stirdivant.
|Linda and William S.||Stirdivant Family|
Do you happen to know where in Sheboygan County is Polly "Maria" Stirdivant buried (1806-1883)?
Her husband was Solomon Stirdivant.
Her maiden name was Higley.
I believe their son was George Washington Stirdivant.
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