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Glenn Gaeke (#48383505)
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Glenn Gaeke
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Buckshot1964
Marie Hermann
Hi Glen,
I sent this message to another member by mistake, thinking she was the one who made the request. My mistake but the rationale is the same in your situation. The memorial photo is an aluminum plate secured to the top of a cinder block with nails. The cinder block is about 4 inches x 6 inches. I don't know how deep it is buried in the ground. Although I didn't take a full photo 90% of the memorial is in the photo because it is so small. If you still want a full photo, I will keep your request on file, but keep in mind that you already have 90% of the cinder block. I got so close because sometimes the plaques are difficult to read and difficult to take a photo due to the reflective nature of the aluminum and poor stamping of the plaque.
Regards,
Clayton
Added by Buckshot1964 on Jun 23, 2016 7:06 PM
Don & Mary Cavender
RE: Celeste Grusendorf Murray
You're very welcome.

Don & Mary
Added by Don & Mary Cavender on Jan 16, 2016 12:32 AM
Larry Lagut
RE: Ernest Goeke's
You can say that's right and toss in keeping a eye open for those snakes to, take care
Added by Larry Lagut on Jul 02, 2015 12:14 PM
Larry Lagut
RE: Ernest Goeke's
I'm sorry it hard to read ,but I had a lighting problem, I was glad to do it.
Added by Larry Lagut on Jul 01, 2015 7:00 PM
darealjolo
RE: Herbert Reichle
I did that on Monday, Memorial Day; if his family had seen the cemetery, they would be greatly comforted by the lovely setting which is maintained immaculately.

Many graves had large photos placed there [see Herbert Turner for example] and many had floral tributes; the flowers and shrubs on site were in glorious colour and the US service personnel in attendance for the ceremony, were superbly turned out. It was noteworthy that fresh white gloves were handed out to complement their smart uniforms. There was a fly-past and I do believe one of the planes was a B52 Bomber.
Added by darealjolo on May 27, 2015 3:23 PM
Edwin A Kuehn
Goeke or Gaeke
I just sent the message regarding Minnie Goeke. I looked at her spouse and saw the children listed. Looks like one of the family changed the spelling of the name. I have run across that in other families. Interesting how that happens.
Added by Edwin A Kuehn on May 17, 2015 5:24 PM
Edwin A Kuehn
Minnie Goeke
Glenn, I changed the year of death for Minnie per your request. Would you like to be the caretaker of her memorial? Say yes and I will transfer.

Edwin
Added by Edwin A Kuehn on May 17, 2015 5:18 PM
Ron
RE: Eliza Wick-Price
I agree, although you can get a lot of information from the official records. I was curious about Eliza and looked at her death certificate, and the baby's death certificate. I saw that Eliza died from a hemorrhage while giving birth to the baby, who was stillborn. They both died on 3 Oct. Tragic. Eliza's death certificate listed her father's name as Wm Wick, but listed her mother's name as unknown. I don't know if Eliza's husband really didn't know what her mother's name was, or if it was just the circumstances. Anyway, good luck in your research.
Added by Ron on May 13, 2015 10:40 AM
Ron
RE: Eliza Wick-Price
You are very welcome. I'm glad I was able to help.
Added by Ron on May 12, 2015 9:32 PM
Ruth M. Brown
Louise Frost
Hi Glenn,

I just transferred your great-grandmother's memorial to you. You can now add bio information to her memorial.

Regards
Added by Ruth M. Brown on Apr 25, 2015 8:23 PM
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