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Daniel Allen (#47353628)
 member for 6 years, 6 months, 16 days
Jeanne Biebel
Earle/Robb/Adams - Woodlawn
Hi Daniel,

I have the entire transcript of genealogy research for the Earle/Robb family members. Are you related? Let me know if interested, but I would have to send it snail mail. I want to enter information for each of the family members into their profiles on Find A Grave, but it is a project that will take a lot of time and waiting for me to do when I retire in a year or so. There is one grave open in this family plot at Woodlawn, and the Earle/Robb relative that will be interred there lives out of state. She is the granddaughter of Anna Earle Robb, in her eighties, and lives in CT or one of the eastern states. I communicated with her a few years ago when the original home of Anna Earle Robb and her husband on Porlier (a lot behind her parents' home) was demolished. My cousin is a builder and saved as much as he could from that home to re-use and re-purpose. A painting was found buried behind a bunch of staff in the attic. I spent a lot of time researching and was was able to determine the three people in the painting, the wife of a nephew to Anna Earle Robb and that woman's three children. I can send you pics and more information on that project as well, if you are interested. Oh, don't worry about the commas. I will fix that, and I will change Mr. Robb to Dr. Robb, as he was a physician. Mrs. Robb's first husband, last name Earle, died, and she then married Dr. Robb.

Added by Jeanne Biebel on Mar 25, 2017 5:16 PM

RE: Marie Oldenburg
Yes! Photo request for her husband was fulfilled, and that contributor created a memorial page for her, as well as adding headstone photos for other Oldenburg family too. Thank you for approving edits for all of them - headstones show Oldenburg instead of Oldenberg.

Added by AlongTheWay on Mar 14, 2017 1:08 PM

RE: Marie Oldenberg
Thank you for checking. Yes, I have requested a headstone photo for her husband with a note to check for one for Marie as well. Thanks again!

Added by AlongTheWay on Mar 10, 2017 4:43 PM

Emilie Balodis

Emilie Balodis/Balod, might have baltic german roots, was born at 1st of July 1873 at Krapes county/Latvia. Her last place of residence in Latvia was Riga at Ganību street 12-9.
She was resettled from Riga/Latvia to Germany at 3rd of March 1941. First she had an official status as a refugee and was a camp inmate of a resettle camp No. 21 Neckarsulm at Wuerttemberg region organsation. Her ID-No. was 505108.

Source: List of baltic resettlers under camp management(1941 to 1943), resettle camp No. 21 Neckarsulm at Wuerttemberg region organsation, Bundesarchiv Berlin, R49/2548, page 4

Best greetings

Added by Latvian_researcher on Mar 01, 2017 2:55 AM

Dennis Walker
Find A Grave Memorial# 84213379
Fredricka A. Thiry is on the headstone with Edmund
D. Thiry - Find A Grave Memorial# 84213376 so I'm confused because I thought Elmer had been married but to C. Ella Ashmore - Find A Grave Memorial# 71846009.

Added by Dennis Walker on Feb 04, 2017 10:52 AM

Ralph Hickok
RE: Cub Buck Photo
Thanks very much for your fast response! I appreciate it. I'll keep you informed about the book. I'm hoping to have it published by March 1, but I'm not sure the cover illustration will be ready by then.

Added by Ralph Hickok on Feb 03, 2017 1:31 PM

RE: Joseph Atkinson/Atkinsin
Hi Daniel,

I asked awhile ago if Atkinson were related to my grandmother Cora Scray (Rodaer). Here is something I found and can't figure it out yet,

Social Security Registration Joseph Lyle Atkinson JR B 3 20 1908 father Joseph Lyle Atkinson SR, mother maiden name Gertrude Wannisheimer.

I have saved the image of document and can send it to u.

What connects them is Gertrude Wineshimer I have married to Joseph Rodaer my great uncle and Cora's brother.

Added by lmf on Feb 01, 2017 8:40 PM

Ralph Hickok
Cub Buck Photo
I've just finished writing a book about Johnny Blood, the great former Packer player, and it includes a chapter about the early history of the Packers. I'd like to use that picture of Howard "Cub" Buck, but I don't know what the copyright status is or how to get permission to use it.
Can you tell me where you got it, along with any info you may have about its background?

Added by Ralph Hickok on Feb 01, 2017 5:25 PM

Anna Maria Stellwagen
Thanks for the transfer! Happy Holidays

Added by rivergirl on Dec 21, 2016 10:54 AM

Anna Maria Stellwagen
Created by: Daniel Allen
Record added: Jan 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 83342603

Hi Daniel
Would you be able to transfer the memorial for Anna Maria Stellwagen to me? She is my 2nd great grandmother. thank you!
Kelly Jake Rios

Added by rivergirl on Dec 20, 2016 5:00 PM

Sharon Martin
Carrie Failing

Thank you very much for the transfer of Carrie Cooper Failing


Added by Sharon Martin on Nov 25, 2016 10:35 AM

Jeanne Biebel
Profile Number for Wilner Burke
Forgot to include this for you - Find A Grave profile number:


Added by Jeanne Biebel on Nov 17, 2016 7:45 AM

Jeanne Biebel
Wilner Burke - Lumberjack/Packer Band Leader
I have been looking for the final resting place of Wilner "Bill" Burke for quite a while, and he was right under my big, brown eyes - actually, right above my big, brown eyes, as you will see in the photos I posted. I worked with Bill in the 1970s. He was the moving cost estimator for Schneider Allied Moving & Storage which was later bought out by Nestor Skaleski and became Skaleski Moving & Storage. Wilner "Burke" was one of the nicest people I have ever met.

Added by Jeanne Biebel on Nov 17, 2016 7:43 AM

Emily L
Rudolph Scheller

Can you tell me how you linked this to Gratia Scheller from Green Bay area?

Added by Emily L on Nov 17, 2016 7:40 AM

Rev. Nick De Leon, D.D.
DuCharme family
I am a pastor from Green Bay, WI who has been working on my genealogy in my family for sometime and wanted to know if I would be able to have the memorials you placed for the DuCharme's in Allouez Catholic Cemetery transferred to my profile. I'm the great grandson of Pearl DuCharme Denissen and the 4th great grandson of French fur-trader Col. Joseph DuCharme, Sr. (1766-1835). I ask for this request because I can link the records I hold for each member and gather the information me and my aunt have held on our ancestors for far too long.

Below are memorial # for these people:
Joyce Denissen: 88936762
Marilyn Denissen: 88936763
Pearl DuCharme: 88936769
Ted Denissen: 88936774
Erwin A. DuCharme: 88937588
Gregory DuCharme: 88937589
Maria DuCharme: 88937593
Charles DuCharme: 88937586
Joseph DuCharme, Jr.: 88937591
Mary Ann Cowan: 88937594
Toussaint DuCharme: 88937597

Thank you so much for adding this information about my ancestors and hopefully I can hold the ability to manage and extend the information for generations of my family to see for the years to come.

-Rev. Nick De Leon

Added by Rev. Nick De Leon, D.D. on Nov 14, 2016 6:42 PM

RE: Allens from Suamico
I will look into John, the Allens are a tough bunch to research, so many of them. Will let you know if I happen to find a connection.

Added by katbar on Nov 08, 2016 11:16 AM

Allens from Suamico
Hi Dan, am going up to take pics this week, I have a bunch of Allens that I am related to from Little Suamico, but am going to Brookside, is there anyone you are interested in?-Kathy

Added by katbar on Nov 07, 2016 6:33 PM

John/Mary Jo Rogowski
Aunt Alice
Thank you, Daniel. Have a GREAT day! John

Added by John/Mary Jo Rogowski on Oct 31, 2016 8:34 AM

Bert Hager
RE: memorial for Frances Dupueis
OK, I have now created a memorial for Frances Helen Hager (maiden name Dupueis) since we know from her obituary and the cemetery record at BAGS that she is interred in the Allouez Mausoleum. Also have added family links to her parents who were already in this database and to her husband Joseph Vinal Hager.

Please remove the other spousal link of the man named Francis J. Dupuis (#88937722) to Joseph Vinal Hager (#144803246).

Thanks again.

Added by Bert Hager on Oct 17, 2016 4:13 PM

Bert Hager
corrections for Frances Dupueis
Sending this correction in a message because the info is much different than what you have on here.

#88937722 should be Frances Helen Hager, maiden name Dupueis. You have name, birth and death info from a man named Francis J. Dupuis instead.

From her obituary she was born 6 Jan 1918 in DePere, Brown, Wisconsin and died 18 Aug 2003 in Green Bay, Brown, Wisconsin with burial in Allouez Cemetery. Married 26 June 1948 to Joseph Vinal Hager (#144803246), who was my 2nd cousin. Her parents were Peter Dupueis (#85112679) and Edith Lenz Dupueis (#85113117).

Thanks for fixing this.

Bert Hager

Added by Bert Hager on Oct 17, 2016 7:00 AM

Jeanne Biebel
Allouez Catholic Cemetery
Thank you for the compliment on my new photo.

Not sure what is happening with the Find A Grave newbies adding photos. One or two people are going through the cemetery and randomly taking photos and adding profiles instead of waiting for someone to request photos on the Find A Grave site. The office staff is having to field a sudden surge of complaints. The staff at Allouez Catholic Cemetery frequently contact me when people have questions about some graves or are looking for information. They will be contacting me now when they get complaints about those that are just recklessly taking photos and slamming them on to Find A Grave. In turn, I will report them to Find A Grave personnel. Unfortunately, those causing all the problems do not use their real names. That is a red flag right from the start!

Added by Jeanne Biebel on Oct 11, 2016 6:16 AM

Jeanne Biebel
Otto Kaap
Nice news stories added to his profile!
A word of caution - a couple "newbies" are going through Allouez Catholic Cemetery and Woodlawn Cemetery taking photos for Find A Grave like it is assembly line work. Photos are being posted for people who are NOT deceased. I mention this only because I see some of them posting comments on your profile page. People need to realize that just because a name is engraved on a memorial monument or crypt front, it does not mean there is a person interred, entombed or inurned there. They need to wait for a photo request or verify the person is deceased and in the grave, crypt or columbarium. I have been photographing Allouez Catholic Cemetery and Chapel Mausoleum for nearly 50 years, 10 years for Find A Grave, and am most disturbed to see the new trend of "assembly line" photos, many of them very poor quality photos.

Added by Jeanne Biebel on Oct 08, 2016 7:55 AM

RE: Wisconsin
It was be so amazing if I could find anything at all that you don't already have. I will definitely keep you posted as developments turn up (crossing my fingers!)

Added by TimeTraveler on Sep 02, 2016 3:23 PM

RE: Wisconsin
There is a lady at the Library who is extraordinary with genealogy... next time I head to the library I will see what she might find.

He may very well remain a mystery... but I will give it a go anyway! The University here is the historical societies repository for a big chunk of the state and has all court documents and basically any information that is findable. I'll check there, too, and see if anything at all turns up.

Added by TimeTraveler on Sep 02, 2016 8:58 AM

RE: Wisconsin
If you can detail what info is missing for you, I am happy to wade through some microfilm and search. I am just a mile away from the library! Names, year, and what you are looking for - obituary, burial info, relatives?

Added by TimeTraveler on Aug 31, 2016 8:13 AM


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