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Lorraine (#47679986)
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Genealogy has been my passion since about 2002. I love being the family detective and tracing family back through generations. I have enjoyed walking cemeteries and reading head stones since childhood.
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Ken Scheffler
RE: Bernard G Rhode
Thank you for your reply. I would be interested in general life events such as where he went to school and what he did for work. In short: the 205th did not exist for long and did not serve as a unit overseas. Much of the story I hope to tell will revolve around the men who enlisted with it, whether being members of the 205th had any lasting meaning. Several other men came up from the USA to enlist with the unit, so it would be interesting to know what motivated them in particular. Bernard being from Wisconsin, possibly having a Milwaukee connection also has my interest I was born in Wisconsin (Milwaukee, spent my first few years in Wauwatosa). You know how it is sometimes? Also if you have a photograph of him from that period it could help identify him in any group photos (as of yet I've only seen a few, not sure how many exist.)
Added by Ken Scheffler on May 10, 2014 11:18 PM
Ken Scheffler
Bernard Gray Rhode
Hello, I'm researching a Canadian WWI unit and I believe that Bernard joined it in January 1917:

RHODE, Bernard Grey--240728--born: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on November 18, 1893; residence: 28 Murray St. W., Hamilton; occupation: Mechanic; attested: January 12, 1917.

attestation paper:
http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/military-heritage/first-world-war/first-world-war-1914-1918-cef/Pages/item.aspx?IdNumber=600744

Full service records are being digitized by the archives and should be available by the end of 2015.

Any information that you would be willing to share would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Ken Scheffler on May 08, 2014 11:53 PM
Diehard
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Added by Diehard on Jan 12, 2014 11:24 AM
Steve Knab
Charles Robinette
Thanks so very much for the picture and all the efforts to get it. Steve
Added by Steve Knab on Jan 11, 2013 6:24 PM
Diane & John
Re: William & Emma Schlueter
Thank you so much for the information. I have sent an email to the cemetery office for the date. Since Emma was my relative, I had all her data, but unfortunately not for her husband, William. I appreciate your help!

Diane
Added by Diane & John on Dec 16, 2012 10:19 AM
Diane & John
Re: William & Emma Schlueter
Hello,

You posted a photo to Emma (Schroeder) Schlueter of the burial marker for these folks at Highland Mem. Park in Wisconsin. And I thank you very much for that. She is one of my Schroeder descendents.

A memorial had not been created for her husband, William as yet, and I just did so. Would you please post that photo to his memorial page also?

# 102117531, William F. Schlueter

Thank you.

Diane
Added by Diane & John on Dec 13, 2012 11:10 AM
Valerie (Shackelford) Nechuta
RE: Gennrich
Thanks so much, I truly appreciate all the help you have given me!
Added by Valerie (Shackelford) Nec... on Dec 10, 2012 7:55 AM
Valerie (Shackelford) Nechuta
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Hello Lorraine,
Back in November you had taken a photo of Howard A. Gennrich's (45689705) headstone. You mentioned that it was a Military headstone about 4ft below another headstone possibly him and his wife. If you get a chance, could you possibly take a picture of the other headstone? Thank you so very much......Valerie
Added by Valerie (Shackelford) Nec... on Dec 09, 2012 4:31 PM
Dana Cook
Joseph/Anne Dobner
Thank you so much Lorraine for your time in fulfilling my photo requests for the Dobners. I appreciate it.
Added by Dana Cook on Nov 29, 2012 10:02 PM
Louise D
Rust/Stefanski/Smith Graves
Thanks so much for taking the time to find and photograh these stones for me. I really appreciate it. I see you did not find Duffy stone, could be he doesn't have one or isn't buried there.. I will do some checking on this.
thanks again.
Added by Louise D on Nov 29, 2012 6:27 PM
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