|Greg and Lynne Ellis (#47281415)|
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|My wife and I stumbled upon this site shortly after we got started on our family geneology. When I looked, I saw several of the cemeteries my family were located in were on here, but my family members were not. As a result, the family stops are slowly being made and documented for future generations.|
When we go to the smaller cemeteries, we will try to document it completely.
Some of our family names are Dempski, Ellis, Lawfer, Linderman, Nelson, Peterson, Prebil, Schuttler, Shearer, Watson, and Wiese.
Some of the locations are IA, IL, MN, PA, SD, Demark, Germany, Norway, Poland, and Yugoslavia.
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|Linda Claxton||Wesley Peterson|
Hi- Links have been done. Happy to transfer.
|Remember Them Always||Braatz|
FYI ~ I've posted headstone photos to your memorials for Rosie and Baby Boy Braatz from Milltown Cemetery. =)
There are other Reiswigs living in Forbestown, CA. They may be related to your Mary.
|Tim Hammill||RE: Mary Reiswig|
|Sharon Welch||RE: Linderman Headstones|
So sorry I have taken so long to reply to you.
The Highland Cemetery is not a cemetery that is easily accessible for looking up information. I think one time that the Eddyville City Hall has the original plot maps for all the individuals buried there. I went there once and it was quite an ordeal to just look up someones name and where they were buried. Sad! Anyway the number for them is 641-969-4267. With any luck they can help you.
|Bob||RE: Watson Headstones|
Greg and Lynn, you are very welcome. Take care, Bob.
Added by Bob on Mar 25, 2012 6:43 PM
|Lisa Phillips||RE: Ellis Headstone Pictures|
Hi Greg and Lynne,
I added the Ellis photo's. By chance do you have the section that Lillian Barrett and her husband are buried at in Riverside Cemetery I am not to far from there. Lisa
Your very welcome.
|Cindy Schultz||RE: Schuttler/Yost Headstone|
The other stone with both was there also, it was just out of order so it was under the photo tab at the top instead of on the front page. I think I have it fixed. Thanks
|Paul C Biwer||Christina Schuttler Memorial|
I posted the pictures you requested. There is another local burial for Darwin F Schuttler, a Korean War Vet buried in Ft. Logan National Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 72598621). If this is a relative, I'd be glad to photograph it when I get down to Englewood. PB
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