|Michael Major (#47367861)|
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Currently researching the Webert, Ausman, Bushendorf and Paff lines from Elk Mound, Wisconsin; the Gaustad and Brobak lines from Norway and Eau Claire; the McCroskey, Newcomb and Johnston lines in Champaign Country Ohio; the Hunt line from Massachusetts, Vermont and Ohio; the Adam line in Cincinnati and the Dieckmann line in Hungtingburg, Indiana.|
I now live in South Australia and find it hard to visit the burial sites of my kin in America and therefore have been very grateful for all of the Find a Grave volunteers who have documented and photographed those sites which I will probably never be able to visit.
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|Sue Butterfield Picard||Pitt|
I've updated Bette for you. You are welcome to use any of my photo's. I appreciate your asking and the credit. If you want any of them transferred feel free to request. I've walked 4 or 5 cemeteries in EC but I don't have family buried here, just hoping to help others.
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Camerons|
What a sad story about the Cameron Family...sounds like some of the multiple victim shootings of today, taking place back then. But "they" like to tell us that it's something new and never seen before in our society. Sorry, I digress... At any rate, I've updated the memorials and you are most welcome to use the photo's any way you see fit. Thank you for asking permission...appreciated. Sue
|Chris P G||RE: Thomas Hunt|
You are welcome. I always take some extra photos when in a cemetery and this is the reason why. Good luck with your search.
|Jerry Eby||RE: John McCroskey|
I'm glad you liked it.
|James F. Kelly||Christopher|
Thanks for picking up the errors. I never would have picked it up unless I was checking location later at the cemetery file.
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Ausman|
Sent both Caroline and Henry over to you, I did link her parents...let me know if you want anyone else.
Hi! I transferred her to you. I tried to find an obituary for her, without success. Pat
Added by Pat on Apr 01, 2012 12:56 PM
|Walter Myers||RE: Sheppard Newcomb|
Sure. All yours.
|James Seidelman||George Webert|
Is birth date 1818 or 1819 as on the stone?
Birth: Aug. 25, 1819
Death: Jul. 11, 1903
George Webert came to America in the fall on 1865 (aged 46). After remaining a year in Cadot Falls in Chippewa Country however, they came to the town of Elk Mound, Dunn County, and to the Fred Ausman farm, where they resided until 1885. After that they lived with their children during the remainder of their lives.
Mrs. Webert, who was born Aug. 18. 1824, was the first to pass away, dying Jan 31,1894, in her 69th year.
Mr. Webert, having been born Aug 25, 1818
|albers_ancestry||Ausman, Evergreen Cemetery, Elk Mound, Dunn, Wisconsin|
I was able to fill your photo requests for John and Elizabeth Ausman's markers. I'm sorry that they are of poor resolution, but the stones were very lightly inscribed. If you would like I can attempt better ones.
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