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Steven Schumacher (#47133983)
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Bio Photo I was born deaf, raised in Milwaukee, Wisc. and St. Petersburg, Fla. I went to Gallaudet University in Washington, DC, the only deaf University in the whole world. Current living in Montgomery Village, Maryland and I work in government. My hobbies is crocheting, reading, traveling and research my ancestry.
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Lynniep2000
RE: thank you
You are very welcome Steven. Glad the snow melted and it wasn't a bad day to be outside in the sunshine!
Added by Lynniep2000 on Dec 06, 2014 5:46 PM
Leah Gloudemans
RE: Krueger
Yes, I am a Krueger, but I can only trace back to my 2nd great grandfather Paul Richard Krueger 1854-1902. They are from Minnesota. I keep posting any Krueger's that I see to help anyone else out. I am not related to them all. So if you see a relative of yours, just ask for a transfer and I will be happy to transfer them to you as long as it is not one of my relatives. :)

Leah
Added by Leah Gloudemans on Nov 22, 2014 6:35 PM
Mary Schumann
RE: pics of Boelter's
Hi Steven, Carl was alone and behind Wilhelmine who was next to Carl W and then Bertha. Those were the only Boelters I saw there. On the other side of Bertha was Elizabeth Simmons. Mary
Added by Mary Schumann on Nov 06, 2014 3:44 PM
The Grave Talker
RE: Veronica Kasza Janusz
Hi Steven;
I get my info from various sites, a good one is familysearch.org; Milw. Journal archives, Milw. Sentinel archives, cemeteries.org, genealogybank.com (you don't have to pay for SS info), wisconsinhistory.org (birth, death, marriage to 1907) Poznan Project for Polish marriage records and Basia Project that has some birth, marriage and death records for that region.

Today I found Ignatz Janusz Draft registration for WWI at familysearch.org and Burial Permit in the Milwaukee Sentinel. I don't really do much anymore; I was doing this tree for my cousin whose father is a Kasza. I hope I answered your question.

This is my email: chyenne_4@yahoo.com

If you want to email me I'll reply with the Burial Permit and Draft Registration.
Added by The Grave Talker on Sep 04, 2014 8:41 PM
The Grave Talker
Veronica Kasza Janusz
Hi Steve;
I recently read your comment on my tree at ancestry concerning Veronica's birth date. I've been doing genealogy for many years and find that tombstones are not the best resource for reliable information. Also, death certificates too are questionable because its information is coming from a party that is sometimes misinformed or not knowledgeable or the persons background; ex: brother in-law, neighbor, etc...
The years I have for Veronica and Joseph came from the Poznan Project and probably other more reliable sources.
Added by The Grave Talker on Sep 03, 2014 9:20 AM
jbrines
Sigmund Schultz
I am looking for information on his family. I believe his father was Szulczewski which is the Polish way of spelling Schultz. Please contact me at 262-221-3176 - Jon
Added by jbrines on Jan 11, 2014 7:22 AM
The Grave Talker
Joseph Janusz
#46324178

You have his birth year the same as his son's Ignatius(1885). According to the stone, Joseph was born the 24 of February 1851 and died 21 October 1908.
Added by The Grave Talker on May 28, 2013 5:45 PM
Marshall Bruce
RE: Zeroth
The gravestone says:

Mother
Gladys Zeroth
1898--1928

If I am back up that way I will check with the courthouse and see if I can find any records.
...marshall bruce
Added by Marshall Bruce on Nov 21, 2012 9:46 AM
Marshall Bruce
Zeroth
I uploade photos for August and Johanna Zeroth. There is also a Gladys Zeroth 1898-1928 buried there if you need--let me know.
..marshall bruce
Added by Marshall Bruce on Nov 20, 2012 4:38 PM
Joanne Stendebach
RE: Greiser
Hi, The small black placque is a marker that says Harold was a private in WWII. I couldn't get a better picture but it is information you already have. There were no additional dates. If I go out there again, I will write down all the info on the placque and pass it on to you.
Happy to do this for you. Joanne
Added by Joanne Stendebach on Oct 25, 2010 9:34 AM
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