|Willemssen #48832678||Delayed thank you!|
It took me awhile to get to this, but THANK YOU for the photo or Norbert Biss' headstone. Most appreciated! It is a several hour drive to get there for me, so you saved me a good amount of time.
Added by Willemssen #48832678 on Aug 18, 2017 8:43 AM
Thank you so much for the photo for Robert.
It is greatly appreciated.
Added by Glen on Aug 07, 2017 5:46 PM
|J.B.||Patience Kent tombstone|
Carrie thank you for the picture of the Patience Kent's Tombstone.
Added by J.B. on Aug 07, 2017 4:15 PM
|Debbie Shumaker||Bridget Hanora "Nora" Timlin Sibbald|
Thank you so much Carrie for the photo of her marker. Much appreciated.
Added by Debbie Shumaker on Aug 07, 2017 3:17 PM
|Theresa Mascenic||Memorial #15773090 William Hausner|
Hi, Carrie. "Thank You", for the grave stone picture you posted to our great great uncle, William Hausner's memorial. He and wife Margaret are buried at St. Anne's Cemetery, in Cable, WI. You took the picture about five years ago. I live in Illinois and rarely make the trip to Cable. Thanks for all of your work and contributions to the memorials. Wishing you all the best.
Added by Theresa Mascenic on May 13, 2017 12:33 AM
|jcvinson||Record added: May 17, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 90300915|
I have been researching Jonathon Nicholas Jeffries for his biological family for years and noticed that you've added his grave marker onto findagrave.com. I was wondering how we can link it to his biological family? His birth name was Jonathon A. Cruz. On my family tree for his biological family tree, I have put both names. This would help to bring some closure to his mother and oldest sister. Thanks for any help that you may be able to give. If you need some additional information, let me know.
Mrs. Jimmie Vinson
Added by jcvinson on Jan 12, 2017 6:38 PM
|Glenn Olander-Quamme||RE: Nelson family|
Sorry it took so long to get back to you. My son-in-law (Nathan Eric Nelson) is a great-grandson of Nels R. Nelson, who lived on Madeline Island. It is my understanding that Nels was the brother of Martin Bernard Nelson, from whom your husband's family is descended. I am currently trying to do a couple of things. One is to verify that Nels and Martin were, in fact, brothers. The other is to trace Nels and Martin's ancestry back to Sweden. It is my understanding that their father was Nels Person, whose wife's name began with "Si" and with whom he had at least 8 children.
Please send your response to my email address GQUAMME@MSN.COM rather than via findagrave. (The reason it took me so long to get back to you is that I was unaware that you had responded via findagrave.)
As info, I will be visiting my daughter and son-in-law and family in Washburn and on Madeline Island for Thanksgiving.
Feel free to contact me via phone (612-237-7655).
Added by Glenn Olander-Quamme on Nov 20, 2016 10:17 AM
|Karen Darwin Robert||Joe Darwin family|
I have kept your msg from a year ago and read it often. I have hit a brick wall with my death information and a cemetery location on my GGGrandfather...John Darwin. His wife was Selinda LaPorte Darwin and they immigrated from Canada. The last I knew of them he was abt 82 living in Iron River WI. I can't find either a death cert (cuz I don't know when or where he died) or where they could be buried. If you ever run across anything on them, PLEASE let me know.
Thanks and Blessings to You!
Karen Darwin Robert
Added by Karen Darwin Robert on Sep 10, 2013 9:57 AM
|Glenn Olander-Quamme||Nelson family|
I am trying to obtain more info about the Nelsons in Grand View Cemetery and their link to the Nels Nelson descendants on Madeline Island. I'm also trying to locate other members of the Nelson family that settled in southern Wisconsin. Martin Nelson (interred at Grand View) was Nels' brother. If there is an obituary for Martin, it may help identify additional ancestors and kin.
Added by Glenn Olander-Quamme on Jun 12, 2013 3:47 PM
|PLC710||Anna Webb Photo|
Thank you so much for the photo.
Added by PLC710 on Mar 27, 2013 7:45 AM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Pvt Richard P. Schlies|
Pvt Richard P. Schlies was a soldier in Company E 26th Infantry Regiment 1st Infantry Division. He was killed on 4 August in Sicily. Private Schlies was buried in the temporary American GELA Cemetery in grave F-62-735. After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the Union Cemetery in Mellen, Wisconsin.
Over 1,200 men and women were buried in the Gela Cemetery between 1943-1947. I am writing a book about the GELA cemetery and want to include the picture you took of his grave. Can I have your permission, of course you will be credited and notified when the book will be finished next year (2013)
Added by Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Ho... on Oct 05, 2012 12:11 PM
|Barb OD||Ray Sorel|
thanks for photo
Added by Barb OD on Sep 29, 2012 2:29 AM
|Barb OD||Joseph Justice|
Added by Barb OD on Sep 29, 2012 2:27 AM
Thank YOU Carrie!! You are appreciated..
Added by Anna Herrera on Sep 25, 2012 2:54 PM
|George F (Skip) Fishbach, Jr||Fischbach Markers|
It was a noble gester to take all those photos, my heart goes out to you.
Added by George F (Skip) Fishbach,... on Sep 22, 2012 4:04 PM
thank you for her picture. vicki
Added by GMACC1 on Sep 19, 2012 11:57 AM
|Dawn Green||Edward Marion|
Thanks so much for the photo of Edward's grave.
Added by Dawn Green on Sep 19, 2012 9:39 AM
Hi Carrie....Thank you so much for your time and consideration in taking photos of both Fischbach headstones for me. YOU are appreciated.
Added by Anna Herrera on Sep 19, 2012 9:20 AM
|s schultz||1288475 Otto N|
Thank you so much for taking the picture! May we have your permission to use it in our tree? We will of course give you and Find A Grave full credit. Thanks for considering our request and fulfilling the photo request. :-) S
Added by s schultz on Sep 19, 2012 5:36 AM
|Dale Przybyl||Paul Campbell|
I very much appreciate your getting the photo of Paul's headstone.
Added by Dale Przybyl on Jul 16, 2012 5:05 AM
|Dale Przybyl||Jessie Campbell|
I very much appreciate your getting the photo of Jessie's headstone.
Added by Dale Przybyl on Jul 16, 2012 5:01 AM
|Dale Przybyl||Samuel Campbell|
I very much appreciate your getting the photo of Samuel's headstone.
Added by Dale Przybyl on Jul 16, 2012 5:00 AM
|Karen Darwin Robert||Memories of Marjorie - Drummond book, pg 377-380|
I found my mother's article in the Drummond Centennial book on pages 377-380. (always loved the story about Vesperman.) I have kept her hand-written article because that trip to Drummond she and Daddy made was her last big trip. She died April 11, 1983 with lung cancer and was still recuperating from having most of one lung removed when they made the trip to Drummond. But, she wanted to be there so badly to see everyone.
Going thru the book was a walk thru the past for me also even tho I grew up in Grandview. There were so many names that are family and many friends my parents talked about from their days in Drummond. The photos are so precious to me.
I will go thru the Grandview book next.
Added by Karen Darwin Robert on Jul 10, 2012 8:28 AM
|Karen Darwin Robert||RE: Centenial books|
Don't worry about the timing of our messages. 100 years+ have passed in our common history so what's another 1 or 2 years. Oh My Goodness!! You've got me on which book. I'll check and get back with you as I do have both books.
When I get back home to TX I'll go thru my old pictures and find the one I know I have of the Darwin house in Grandview. My Grandpa Joe Darwin raised his kids in that house but had moved to a smaller house down by Dookie and Hoot Darwin by the time I was born. I know I have it! There was a garage on the right side of the house much closer to the road. I remember Daddy painting cars in this garage. I also remember the stairway being on the far left side of the house. There was a circle driveway out front. Wouldn't that be something!!!!
Added by Karen Darwin Robert on Jul 09, 2012 12:58 PM
|Sandra Sartain||Thomas Stanton|
Would you have any more information on Thomas Stanton? He was my grandmother's cousin and I do not have any information on him or his wife.
Added by Sandra Sartain on Jun 29, 2012 6:25 PM