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bonnie carroll (#47372741)
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Bio Photo I live in WI.,graduated from Evansville High School. Retired from Ameritech (phone compnay) after 32 years in 2001. Worked in a flower shop for eight years after I retired but now just enjoy DOING NOTHING. I have several family histories going on That is actually how I found out about Find A Grave. I enjoy exploring the country sides and have even gotten my husband to join me on a few occassions. Mostly I like the peace and quiet and enjoy THE HUNT. I enjoy flower gardening and we have a large yard to care for, so if I don't get your pictures as fast as you wish, its probably cause the flowers need weeding sometimes and the yard needs mowing. Favorite TV program is "Who Do You Think You Are" put on by Ancestry.
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douglas kimberlin
RE: Ellen N Schuette Zarnstorff
Thanks for catching my error. I have put up the correct photo.
Added by douglas kimberlin on Jan 18, 2015 9:34 PM
Dave Richardson
RE: David Earle and Agnes Lindsay
Many Many thanks you are a gem I will make contact right away,
Added by Dave Richardson on Jan 10, 2015 1:24 PM
Dave Richardson
David Earle and Agnes Lindsay

What a great thrill to find my long lost GGG Grandfather and mother.
Do you know any one who is researching this family?
How do I find out who is?
Would love to know all the children in this family as we think there was a David who came out to NZ 1856 and married and I am one of the down line. He changed his name to Lindsay I think on the way out and Called himself David Earel Lindsay . They are Earl in Scotland and then Earle when they get to the states. Any help would be much appreciated.
Kind regards,
Dave Richardson email
Added by Dave Richardson on Jan 09, 2015 11:57 PM
Russel Reppen
Dennis Reppen
Dennis is the nephew of Sid Reppen. He is the son of Warren Reppen. You have posted a picture of Warren's head stone.

I will post some pictures later.

Thank you for contributing.

Added by Russel Reppen on Dec 13, 2014 7:30 PM
Roger Cahill
Good idea, Bonnie, to add the Headstone. I like a site that has all the information that we can provide. :)
Added by Cheryl on Dec 13, 2014 12:08 AM
SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts
RE: Marion A Sprague - Fassett Cem
Thank you, Bonnie. You at least care about the descendants, unlike Sue, who is more concerned with herself, it seems. It's only the Sprague descendants that suffer. I hate that people "collect" memorials for people they are not related to, and hold on to them for no reason other than narcissism.
Added by SSG Richard L. Smallwood... on Nov 22, 2014 7:59 AM
Jon Saunders
RE: Allen M. Mapes
Hi Bonnie, sorry I am so late getting back to you. Been traveling, and have settled in Janesville for a week or so. It looks like you have Allen Mapes placed correctly - he is too old to be the son of the other suggested couple. I have found nothing definitive yet, but will look around this week while gathering death certs and obits.
Added by Jon Saunders on Nov 17, 2014 6:47 PM
Edward Dutcher
Thank you for posting the information on Edward Dutcher. He was my father's father by his second wife Josephine Meland.
Added by puck4431 on Oct 12, 2014 8:59 PM
Bertha Mary Knutson Serns
Shall I delete or stay with the name on the marker?
Added by Bob on Sep 30, 2014 1:55 PM
Jacki Bierma
There was a man by the name of Fred Kraege who walked all the local cemeteries, wrote down the names and dates and then went to the library and looked up the obits of all these people that he could find. It took him 5 years. He then made lists and lists of those buried in Walworth and Jefferson county and donated them to the Whitewater Public Library. He got an award from some Historical society for his work on these cemeteries, sometime back in the 80's I believe. This is where I am also getting my information on who is buried in what cemetery and what their dates are and who they should be linked to as family.

Added by Jacki Bierma on Sep 06, 2014 6:29 PM
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