|William Holland (#47725157)|
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Raised in Gratiot by Clarence(Gabby) & Genevieve(Genny) Holland.|
Graduated GHS 1962. USN/USMC 1962-1965. Graduated Alexian Brother Hospital School Of Nursing, Chicago 1968. Worked as Staff RN at St Clare, later Monroe Clinic Hospital for 41+years. Retired 2010. Enjoy Prairies. Like cemeteries, gravestones and genealogy, particularly Gratiot and South Wayne areas.
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|Kari Olson||Fleming and Maddens|
There are many more of these in the St Annes/Lindina Catholic/Holy Rosary...that cemetery actually has 3 names.
i am posting them on Find A Grave. with photos. so keep in touch if you want family members.
|Kari Olson||RE: William Fleming|
Im not exactly sure of that...but there were no individual stones with their names on them. If I go back and do some cleaning and find there are, (there are a number of blank looking stones. or where i could just read a date, i will post them...
|Kari Olson||wm fleming|
im going to put the Fleming monument that was with his son on the request. That monument was in a big lot with no headstone except the son. I would imagine the parents were buried there. I will check the cemetery records and if they are in the same lot, it will be all he has , also wife.
|Kari Olson||Wm Fleming|
So I went to find him and found a lot of Flemings, but no stone for William or his wife. There are a number of stones no longer readable. I am going to do more research.
|Kari Olson||RE: Photos|
Im thinking I will go to the library Monday, and get all the plots for these 4-5 cemeteries and then on a nice day will just make the big circle... I do like to do that...and will hopefully find them all . I have a list of about 20 headstones in the 5 cemeteries...yep I am an overachiever!
But you know how happy you are when someone fulfills your requests. Just now someone in Connecticut photographed two of my relatives who I JUST added to the cemetery . I got the info from the Hale listings and you know sometimes they arent always exactly right, as some cemeteries have changed names. So very happy to see these old stones, one is broken but still readable. Some day the old stones will be gone...and I like to photograph as many as possible just to remember those passed on, even it not my family.
Ha you will be laughing at me- a woman who cant make up her mind but ... I am looking at maps of all the area cemeteries I do go to, if I go to Mauston and do the requests at St Patrics,, then south to Evergreen, go west and find St Annes , continue west to Elroy and the City Cemetery there and home.. a big circle... Once I look up the plots , I guess a road trip will be in order, so I still may get him. Nicer days are coming and it will be fun.
|Kari Olson||William Fleming|
I unclaimed this one as the cemetery is in Wonewoc..a bit further than I ususally go. If I ever do get out there, might look for him.
|Kari Olson||William Fleming|
Well, have never been to St Annes so will have to find it.and try for him too.
|Kari Olson||David Madden|
I will try for a photo next week when i go to Mauston on Tues.
No problem - Welcome to F A G
Added by Bob on Apr 10, 2014 1:28 PM
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