|J.R. Frank (#47234109)|
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My name is Justin Ray Frank and I live in Green Bay, Wisconsin with my beautiful wife Christyna.|
I am originally from Wild Rose which is in central Wisconsin. Ever since I was a child I wandered through cemeteries new and old and wondered if anybody still cared about those who lay there. I liked to think so. After all, someday we all will be gone and will want to be remembered too. I still love walking through cemeteries to take photographs and learn of those who walked the earth before me.I am anxious to start paying tribute to deceased family and friends. I also hope leaving kind words for others will brighten their day.
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|L Evans||Adeline Frank #47402432|
I requested an update on 6/5/2013 in the edit tab for her. Please add the following:
Adeline Frank #47402432
Maiden Name: Martz
Father Henry #104634580
Mother Rose # 104634617
thank you for doing this update
Added by L Evans on Sep 28, 2013 10:13 AM
|Daniel Allen||Annie Martin|
Thank you very much for the photo of Annie's gravestone.
|JDeLauche||Richard Barrington (1832-1907)|
Thank you for establishing the Find A Grave memorial (# 48153273) for Richard Barrington, Crystal Lake Cemetery, Waupaca Co., Wis.
I am a direct descendant of his older brother, Alexandar Barrington, who is also buried at the Crystal Lake Cemetery.
In case you would like to add the link to the Find A Grave memorial I established for Richard's father, William Barrington (1795-1872), buried at Riverside Cemetery, Appleton, Wis., the Find A Grave memorial for him is # 73485747.
Richard Barrington's mother, Loveda Alcock Barrington passed away in Ireland about 1845 in Ireland (probably County Kildare) before the family immigrated to Wisconsin. She is buried there and the location is not yet known by her descendants.
If you wish to know more about Richard Barrington's Civil War service and the story of 2 of his other brothers, George (Union) and William Henry (Confederate) service during the Civil War, I will be happy to provide it for you. All 3 brothers were living in Wis. when The War Between the States broke out, by the way.
Best wishes -
Jean E. DeLauche
|Janet Stout||Fred and Ruth McNeill|
Thank you so very much for the cem pics for Fred and Ruth McNeill. Looks like you have snow like we have. Janet
|Robert Shaw||Hanaway graves|
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|Fred Kelcro||Michael H|
Thank you very much.
Thank you very much for the picture of Milton Brunette. It was even more helpful because it also gave me some information on his spouse. Again thank you very much for taking the time out to do this.
Added by Rundowns on Jul 12, 2012 3:48 PM
Thank you for your beautiful picture capturing all the detail on the gravestone.
Added by ccsmits on Jul 12, 2012 3:19 PM
|Dianne Schultz||Zander family/zander cemetery|
Justin, I just found the Find a Grave memorials for the Zander Family buried in the Zander Cemetery at Gibson, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. They are part of my mother's family. If you want to transfer these Zanders to me, I can add additional names, dates and links for most of them. Thanks! Dianne
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