|Dale E. Ebersold (#47867285)|
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Born April 5, 1936, Trempealeau, Wisconsin|
Graduate of Healy Memorial H.S., Trempealeau, Wisconsin - May 1953
Graduate of Buffalo County Normal, Alma, Wisconsin - May 1955 (A.S. - Elementary Education)
Grade School Principal & 5th/6th Grade Teacher, Hixton, Wisconsin (1955-1957)
Retired Senior Chief Petty Officer, U. S. Navy (1957-1976)
Graduate of William Carey College, Hattiesburg, Mississippi - May 1977 (B.S. - Community Services)
Graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi - May 1979 (M.S. - Public Administration)
Retired Program Analyst, Coal Mine Health & Safety Administration (1979-1999)
Currently living in Indianapolis, Indiana
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|Deedles||RE: Royal D Golden (1932-2007)|
I went out to Grizzle Cemetery today, it had been a while since I was there,and could not find Royal Golden. Stopped by the Library, and found that he is actually buried in Grizzle Madden Cemetery. You can create a link/Memorial in that Cemetery.
I will try and get you a photo, but it may be a few weeks. We have had a lot of rain and the Grizzle Madden Cemetery is out on a really bad gravel road. I hope this helps you get started, let me know if I can do anything else.
Added by Deedles on May 06, 2016 1:22 PM
|Steve Seim||RE: William Henry Lowery|
You might be able to get information from them since you are an immediate family member. Let me know if you have any success.
|Jeanne||RE: Mrs. Margaret Perring|
Margaret was the daughter of Charles and Mary Brennan McGill of Winona and Trempealeau. She was born on July 22, 1857 in Winona. She married Richard Perring on July 25, 1877 in Trempealeau. She died giving birth to her son, George Henry Perring, on April 25, 1878. She was not quite 21 years of age. Thanks.
Added by Jeanne on Nov 25, 2013 10:49 AM
|Jeanne||RE: Mar McGill|
I have never heard the name Vanisky. Sorry. I have assumed that Mary's children bought her grave. I know my grandparents, John and Mary McGill O'Hern, attended the funeral. Nick and Anna McGill wilber lived there at the time. Her son Edward lived in Winona. They were all in Trempealeau for the funeral. Howard Hare told us, sometime around 1995, that he had found the base of a stone on Mary's grave but nothing else. Father Wagner of St. Bart's took us to the old cemetery and Howard met us there. We marked it with an urn but I'm sure it's long gone. St. Bart's did not have a record of her burial.
Thanks for your reply.
Added by Jeanne on Nov 25, 2013 10:42 AM
Mary Brennan McGill was my great grandmother. Most of your information is correct. Her last years were lived in Trempealeau in the "Growt tenement" which still stands though one floor has been removed. She was the widow of Charles McGill who, on June 16, 1878 in Galesville, committed suicide by slashing his own throat. Charles was suffering from brain damage as a result of sun and heat exposure during a march through Virginia in the last days of the Civil War. This was complicated by extreme fevers associated with an episode of cholera. His behavior changed radically after his discharge and he frequently lost control of one side of his body. He suffered from severe headaches. We prefer to believe that his suicide was not a rational act.
Added by Jeanne on Nov 24, 2013 5:54 PM
|Jeanne||Mrs. Margaret Perring|
Mrs. Perring was my great aunt. She was Margaret McGill, born july 22, 1857 in Winona, MN. She married Richard Perring on July 25, 1877. She died in childbirth on April 25, 1878 in Galesville, WI. Her obituary states that the "funeral procession followed the remains to the Catholic Burial Grounds at Ettrick". I have always presumed that that meant the church cemetery at Ettrick.
Margaret has a stone somewhere. It was delivered to Trempealeau but never claimed. Last I knew it was in someone's back yard in Trempealeau.
Added by Jeanne on Nov 24, 2013 5:44 PM
Incredible - thank you for all of it - even the article on Hans - you're terrific!
|AlongTheWay||RE: Louis Bernard Vanisky #73281150|
Thank you for updating his memorial & confirming he was a brother to Joseph.
The Algoma Public Library did not have anything readily available on Louis Vanisky (1872-1918) husband of Anna Goetz & father of infants Joseph & Louis. With only the year of death to go by, it would require searching an entire year of newspapers on microfilm.
The librarian's recollection was that Anna did live in California and may have lived to be 102-104 years old.
I will try to pursue this further, albeit from a distance. You will certainly hear from me, if I can add or connect more of the family. Thanks so much for all your help on this!
|Betty Thurk Babler||Louis Vanisky|
Unbelievable!!! Along the Way transferred 2 memorials to me. When I went to thank her, I saw your message to her about Louis Vanisky. I have been trying to find out how he got his name on the gravemarked with Goetz. Goetz was my husbands great grandfather. I could never find a Anna in the census. Her sister Kate was my husbands great grandmother. Thanks a million.
|AlongTheWay||RE: Louis Vanisky #118407771|
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