|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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|Christine Thompson||Gertrude Augusta Timm|
I'm looking for information on my Grandmother, Gertrude Augusta Timm and her relatives. She had a sister named Louise and a brother named Ervin (I think - I was too young to remember). Louise married a Dahm (Art) and was buried at St. Michael's in Wilson, WI. However, there is no list of Gertrude in any of the sibling records of any of the Timms in St. Michael's. Can you help me?
|Rebecca Steagall||RE: Ruth R Rulien|
I believe she was the daughter of Andrew and Christine Rulien. They lived in Eau Claire for a time when their last four children were born. Andrew worked as a saw filer with my grandpa Joseph Rulien at the Kaiser Lumber Company in Eau Claire. They later moved to the State of Washington.
In my genealogy info I received years ago it listed the children of Andrew and his last two had the same name of Ruth because the first one died in infancy from pneumonia in 1911. I think the birth & death year for the baby was off by one year. The findagrave memorial indicates she was born and died in 1912.
Do you think I should add the information to the memorial and connect her with Andrew and his wife Christine?
They named the next (and their last) baby Ruth as well and she was born in 1914.
|Nadeen Sobottka||Edmund Fitzgerald @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Hi Bruce, looks like I tried to put forth a "famous" rating for Mr. Fitzgerald back in February and his status is still the same. I'll ask again. Regards, Nadeen
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.
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