|Beth & Doug||Dora Radar|
Your so welcome! I've transferred Dora to you for your records! Have a good day!
|Beth & Doug||Addie Radar|
We found Addie everything was the same except the date of birth it shows on the stone as 1862. I hope this is the right person! Anyway, on another exciting level I found that Addie and her husband had another child that isn't listed on here. Her name was Dora and she died in 1889. I will go ahead and create a memorial for her and then if you want it you can have it!
Beth & Doug!
|Carolyn Ellis||John G. Weir|
Hi Vickie. According to my records John was married to Mary Jane Robinson not Mary I. You can barely see the J. on her tombstone.
Just thought you might want to change the record on Find A Grave.
|Jim Culver||Niemann Photo|
Since you live across the street from the cemetery...
Do you know where Karl Niemann's wife: Doris Chapin (Tower) Niemann's gravestone is. She isn't in the cemetery list, but she died in Madison, so I assume that she must be buried near Karl.
|Ronald Bicknese||Kelley-Dombrowski Graves|
All 3 graves found! Thanks for trying to locate them.
Thank you so much for the photo of Capt. Karl Neimann's gravestone (my uncle). I don't get to Wisconsin as I live in Maine, so your help is greatly appreciated. This is how the Find-a-Grave system is supposed to work.
|Philip Weiss||RE: #71146903|
I'm actually a fairly distant relative. First cousin twice removed I think. But if you're okay with transferring, I'm willing to manage them at least until a closer relative requests a transfer.
|Bobby Jean||Agee Cemetery|
I will get the pictures at Agee Cemetery for you as soon as hunting season is over.
|Kim Schnorbus||Dr. Laurence Tempelis|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get Larry's photo your work is very much appreciated! Thanks again Kim
|Dee Rechek||Thank you|
Thanks for being so fast with getting the tombstone picture. We can't travel so far so it
really is good to see the stone. Keep up the good works.
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