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 member for 7 years, 3 months, 2 days
RE: Transfer, please?
In order for me to transfer this I need the name of the neice. I cannot look it up by numbers. Thank you.

Added by Kimes on Jan 25, 2015 10:13 AM

Fred Vance
You left virtual flowers on Find A Grave for several of my Ritterbusch ancestors. I would be happy to share and exchange any genealogy information with you. Please contact me at:

Fred Vance

Added by Fred Vance on Jan 13, 2015 11:46 AM

Richard Morrison
Memorial 22945430
Hi, You left flowers on my 3rd great grandfather Nicholas Springer's memorial. You wrote that you are 5th great grandson. If so then you are my 4th cousin 2 times removed. Please send me a email to my address on my FindAGrave profile. Ths.

Added by Richard Morrison on Jun 25, 2014 11:55 AM

Rebekah McAleese
RE: Memorial# 90854022
I have made the corrections and transferred the memorial to you, as I am not related to her. I used to work on documenting this cemetery when I lived in the area. Hope you make the connections that you are looking for.


Added by Rebekah McAleese on Feb 22, 2014 3:33 AM

Linda and William S.
RE: Christian/Ernestine Wilde
I did a "search" on ALL my photo files, and I could not find them, so, they must have been deleted. But! I tell you time we get in the area, we'll look for them, again, and get another picture. It won't be until Spring, now, though.

LOL on Santa. ;) I hope you got a better
computer,this time!?

Added by Linda and William S. on Jan 12, 2012 7:29 AM

Linda and William S.
Christian/Ernestine Wilde
The only thing you can read, on the stone, is the last name on the bottom. I took a photo of the stone, and the name. There's nothing else; no Christian, no Ernestine, no dates. The only way we knew it was them, was the age of the stone and the fact that it was so worn after so many years.

There are other, younger Wilde's, there; I took a photo of their grave (4 of them on one stone), but I don't know if/how they are related.

There is a single, granite stone for an Arnold Wilde; I have that one, too.

Added by Linda and William S. on Nov 03, 2011 7:57 PM

Linda and William S.
Did you say that a Ridderbusch is buried at St. John's Ev. Luth. Church Cemetery in Newtonburg, Wis.?

Added by Linda and William S. on Oct 28, 2011 10:01 PM

Dale Ridderbusch
They're back together, and in great hands :-)

Added by ProgBase on Oct 23, 2011 7:33 PM

Carol Ridderbusch
All yours :-)

Added by ProgBase on Oct 23, 2011 7:31 PM

Linda and William S.
Haha! All I had to do was go to your profile, to find my answer. Doh! Ridderbusch. That was a fun one! :) Again, glad I could help.

Added by Linda and William S. on Oct 23, 2011 8:01 AM

Linda and William S.
RE: Thanks for Find-A-Grave Photos!
Such a beautiful message!
What/Who did I do, to deserve such accolades?! :)
Seriously: Whose graves were they? I've done quite a few, in the past few days; it is sometimes hard to remember who asked for what.

I'm glad I could help. I enjoy doing it.

Added by Linda and William S. on Oct 23, 2011 8:00 AM

Linda and William S.
Ernst Ridderbusch
In Greenwood Cemetery where the Ridderbusch's are buried, if you will, please put directions on the page showing where the cemetery is. The cemetery is on County Road Y, just north of State Road 156, just east of Clintonville.

My wife & I went up to Embarrass to look for this cemetery & no one knew where this Greenwood Cemetery was.

Added by Linda and William S. on Oct 17, 2011 7:11 AM

Bev Peaslee
Fred Ridderbusch gravestone
I also took a photo of the military plaque at the foot of his grave. Did you want me to e-mail that to you?

In the same cemetery was a Dale Ridderbusch born 1925 and died 1993 with wife Carol born 1928 and died 1977. Did you want this photo also?

The caretakers were there mowing also. I talked with one, an older gentleman. He said is in-laws used to play cards with Fred. He also said there were still Ridderbuschs in Abbotsford.



Added by Bev Peaslee on Sep 15, 2011 7:15 PM


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