|Barbara Kuehni||RE: Zion duplicate entries|
I know that my Peter Mueller and wife are definitely buried at Zion and are included in your list of 27 interments. (I saw the church books myself when Zona Miske had them.) Should I assume their stones were vandalized? I did not know there was a census of stones taken in the 70's/80's. Was the census before the vandalism? Is there any map to go with it, so I would know where they rest?
Do you think there is any possibility their stones might still be there?
|Barbara Kuehni||Zion duplicate entries|
I am finding more graves you have listed that also show up under Kohlsville, Washington Co., Wis. cemetery .... (and some with photos) Where did you take your info for the 27 interments you have listed? From church records versus reading stones? Or were some of your 27, in error posted for the wrong cemetery?
Or did the other Findagrave poster post some of hers in the wrong cemetery listing?
|Barbara Kuehni||Zion Baptist Cemetery in Wayne|
I looked at your listing and found
Muller, Mrs Katherine Kroman 112776047
b. Jul. 18, 1795 d. Jun. 7, 1867
Piter, Muller 112775857
b. Feb. 2, 1786 d. Jan. 13, 1867
I knew four of my great-great grandparents were buried there but did not think any had stones. May I request photos for the two above?
I know Henry and Margaret(Eggenberger) Schwendener are also buried there without stones. I will send your cemetery photos to a distant relative who might be able to recall where they are in relation to the others. I hope to place a small stone there someday for them. (Perhaps you can take a couple more shots of the layout for me?)
Thank you for the photo of my great-uncle's stone in Elmore. It is much appreciated!
|Jen Bovitz Cobas||WOW! Great photos!|
Thank you SO much for the two wonderful photos of my grand-uncle's grave. They are such good quality. I really appreciate the time you took to go there and take the photos. I am so grateful! Thank you!!
|Kathy Goppold||To thank you!|
I realize that there are two Mary O'Rourkes in my line.
The first one was Mary Hampson O'Rourke who was married to Francis O'Rourke. A later one was called Mary Ryan O'Rourke and was married to Francis's son Daniel. They were married in 1888 and I have their wedding picture. They had 9 children and my father was one of them.
When I was a child I was take by my aunt Agnes to see some very old family graves which were near a mental institution. The graves were overgrown with branches. Do you know if this prison in Taychedah was once a mental institution? I am hoping that there is another Mary Ryan O'Rourke's grave in St. Charles or in this grave near the mental institution.
I am very grateful for your photo. Thank you so much.
Thank you so much for taking a photo of the stone marking the graves of my cousin, Pearl King Saiberlich & her husband, Winston. This is a huge help to me! Let me know if I can repay the favor by taking photos for you in the La Crosse area. Kathy
Added by KGM on Apr 29, 2011 3:41 PM
|Glenn & Kathy||Schmitz Tombstones|
They are probably family members of mine. I am still digging and attempting to find them all. I wouldn't be able to put them in find a grave until I am sure they are related to me.
If you have extra time, I would appreciate if you would take pictures of their tombstones, that way I know where they are buried and could identify them from there.
Again, I appreciate all your help.
|Glenn & Kathy||Joseph Schmitz|
Thanks so much for your quick response on the photo. This assisted me in obtaining the final information required for my ancestor Joseph Schmitz.
|OPPSheryl||Thank you! Thank you!|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of my great aunt's grave marker!!! Sr. Luetta was such a lovely lady and I am glad to now see her grave marker. Thank you for your kindness! Very best wishes, Sheryl
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