|Bruce Timm (#47692752)|
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Genealogical hobbyist living in Sheboygan, Wisconsin and working in Milwaukee. Originally from North St. Paul, Minnesota. Interested in these surnames in America: Timm, Pahl, Mittelstadt, Halligan, Kelley, Haney, Ohlson, Rulien, Arnquist and Anderson. Geographic interest especially in St. Croix, Dodge and Burnett counties in Wisconsin. Ramsey, Pine and Faribault counties in Minnesota. Humboldt county Iowa and City of Peoria, Illinois (Irish Catholic).|
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Is it possible Jessie is resting near any of the following? Cemetery records show Jessie in Park (section) "B" but did not locate a marker with that name. What about: Fred J. 1911-1974, Leonard G 1915-1975, June M. 1915-1983, or Margaret A. 1916-1979. These are near a large LEWIS stone marker.
Added by Bulldog on Mar 25, 2015 7:29 PM
|york||Elizabeth Van Lew|
Just thought I'd let you know that the younger woman you've posted on Van Lew's site is NOT Van Lew. In fact, that young lady is well recognized as Van Lew's opposite, Confederate spy Belle Boyd.
I'd suggest you remove this image pronto.
Added by york on Mar 14, 2015 10:47 AM
|Nadeen Sobottka||Edmund Fitzgerald|
Hi Bruce, thank you for the bio for Mr. Fitzgerald, it has been added. I've also put forth a "famous" request, it has to be approved by F.A.G. When creating the memorial, I guess I just didn't put two and two together regarding his famous status. Thanks, Nadeen
|Dakota Pioneer||Timm family relatives|
Are you related to a Herbert Edward Timm, born in 1907 in Nelson, Wisconsin? He married Orel May Spooner, an older 2nd cousin of mine.
THANKS for sponsoring Kate in Find A Grave and also adding all of the wonderful photos of the Timms and Cherlands. I especially love the photos of Edna and Gus.
|Robert Fowler||Barry Timm|
Bruce, I added a photo from the 1969 Battalion yearbook for Barry Timm to his site today. Not sure if the family had ever seen it. If not, it might be interesting.
|Cynthia Claytonroberts||Audrey Kadow's Obit|
Done! thank you, Bruce.
|Dakota Pioneer||RE: Thanks for All the Pictures at St. Michael's Cemetary|
I drove over on Friday from Minneapolis, mainly to look for an uncle's marker, Ed Nash, and his wife Emma, which I found, plus an adopted son. As the cemetery appeared to have more than the 157 or so markers on Find A Grave, I decided to walk the whole place & photograph it. It took a day and a half just to get the names and photos on the website. You certainly have a huge amount of family there.
I did not get the 4 or so most unreadable markers photographed on the east end as I could not read the names in person, and a couple others have bushes growing over them. I have not seen any of the other names in the cemetery in the family tree besides Nash, so I am thinking we are not related, but we certainly had family as neighbors. The Nash's moved up from Wabasha, MN around 1910-1920.
|Ray Bartlett||Joseph Barranco|
I added the parent links of Ralph (81725575) and Mary Serio (81725559) Barranco as you suggested for Joseph. Thank you for the information.
|Calmly Searching||Riordan's in Peoples Cemetery|
I am in the process of uploading photos for People's Cemetery in Dolores, Colorado. I added some new ones for Mary and Owen Riordan with the new sizing allowance provided by Find A Grave. If you would like them removed from Mary's Memorial let me know.
One is a close up of the stone, and the other is a distance of her plot.
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