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|Danielle Green||RE: Katharina Boehm|
Do you know who her correct parents are or where they are buried? If you do you can submit the request via the edit tab and it should go through. If you don't know that information I would email Find-A-Grave and let them know that the wrong parents are linked. Normally you would contact the the owner of the memorial however he has passed away and you have to contact Find A Grave in this case. I hope this helps.
|Bulldog||RE: Peter Larscheid 1876-1920|
Fort Howard Memorial Park has gone through different name-changes and ownerships. Yes, at one time, the cemetery was known as Fox Hill. And this area at one time was part of Duck Creek, a localized community name because of a body of water that empties into the Bay of Green Bay. The cemetery lies along Velp and Military Avenues. Velp was originally an Native American trail used for centuries. It led west to Duck Creek and canoes would be left for people to portage. Ft. Howard is one very large cemetery. One section is owned by the Jewish community for their burials but the rest is privately owned. When I taught a Death & Dying unit in 7th grade, this was the cemetery we had the kids visit to find unique markers and epitaphs. We got snow last night but I'm going to try and locate Pete's resting place after I plow some people's driveways.
Added by Bulldog on Feb 11, 2015 10:45 AM
|Steve & Debbie||Daniel Carey|
Hi, I am sorry, I tried to fulfill this photo request and had the wrong Daniel Carey. The one I took a picture of was born 1825-1865, and Ann Carey Scalley and Thomas Scalley. Anyway I deleted my photo off, could you please request again?. Again, sorry, Debbie PS This was St. Joseph Cemetery, De Witt, Clinton County, Iowa.