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clint williams (#47908773)
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I have been a avid genealogist for many years.
I have snapshot many cemeteries for our genealogical organization and my family. I also research our Pilgrim Williams family line and Johan See family line.
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Nancy Rembert Stuart
RE: Henry See
I am not related to the See Family.
Added by Nancy Rembert Stuart on Oct 20, 2014 8:37 PM
James
William See memorial
I should have said that Shiner Sons of Herman cemetery is to the north and to the east of that road. Shiner Sons of Herman is actually larger than the old part of Shiner City.

James
Added by James on Jan 15, 2014 10:08 PM
James
William See Memorial
Unfortunately I don't remember where in the cemetery it was. But the Shiner City Cemetery is actually not that big. The problem is that there are several cemeteries out there. There is the SPJST which is definitely not (as stated on Find a Grave) the same as "Shiner Cemetery". There is also the Catholic Cemetery --Saints Cyril and Methodius. Then there is the cemetery known as "Shiner City" even though the sign just says Shiner Cemetery. And there is also Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery. There is no good distinguishing boundary between them. In fact they run together in some places. These cemeteries are all on the east side of County Road 348.

On the west side of 348 we have more (newer) of Saints Cyril Catholic and more of Shiner City Cemetery. The road with the flag pole is the dividing line on that side.

I have seen all of these referred to together as the "Shiner Cemetery Complex" which is a good way to put it. I recently came across an old map distinguishing all the cemeteries and I am updating it --adding new landmarks etc. I intend to add it to the Find a Grave Site.

I am now working on Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery and I find memorials for many people who are actually buried in Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery have been put in Shiner Cemetery (aka Shiner City Cemetery).

The photo of William See was definitely taken in the part of the Shiner City Cemetery which is on the east side of 348. That is the old part of the Shiner City Cemetery. The gazebo is about in the center of that part of Shiner City Cemetery. There is a big road running north to south within the cemetery complex on the east side of 348. If you drive from north to south you will make a bend going to the back just after you pass the lane of the Catholic Cemetery that has the cross. All the tombstones to the east of that road are in Shiner Sons of Herman Cemetery. If you understand what I am trying to say, you will see that the old part of Shiner City Cemetery is not actually that big.

I hope to get back out there to finish all the pictures within a couple of months and I will try to find the exact location of Willam See for you.

James
Added by James on Jan 15, 2014 10:04 PM
angelina kretzschmar
RE: Genzers
if your neighbor Harvey would like genzer and/or stavinoha printouts, he can email me charleskretzschmar@yahoo.com or write me at 130 navato blvd, san Antonio, texas. I have over 17k names in my computer and wrote a book on the ammannsville cemetery in Fayette county. this might save you some time. angelina
Added by angelina kretzschmar on Jan 15, 2014 9:33 PM
angelina kretzschmar
RE: Genzers
which genzer are you talking about? I have 18k names in my computer file. I wrote a book on the ammannsville, texas cemetery that includes all my genzer ancestors. also have some files on stavinoha. which stavinoha? Angelina genzer kretzschmar, san Antonio, texas
Added by angelina kretzschmar on Dec 07, 2013 5:32 PM
 

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