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Ken Richter (#47805209)
 member for 5 years, 5 months, 12 days
RE: Nancy Frankman Murrin
It could also be that the electric records are incomplete and (or she is misspelled in the electric records!) I will ask the office manager on Monday about looking for her again...

Added by Karen on Oct 14, 2017 12:28 PM

RE: Frankman
I have all the section maps that the office has for St Mary's and have binders that are full of them! Sometimes I still swing into the office at Calvary Cemetery to have the Office Manager look in the plot book to confirm no markers for me :) It's a strange but fun hobby ~ I love the hunt!

Added by Karen on Oct 09, 2017 2:29 PM

RE: Frankman
Your very welcome! Glad I could help!

Added by Karen on Oct 09, 2017 2:27 PM

Elmer and Anna Hoehnke
Thanks very much for taking these photos!

Added by CJ1978 on Sep 29, 2017 12:33 PM

Tom Knapp
RE: Dignin/Wiegand
Greetings Ken:

My wife is third cousin to your great grandmother!

We are from WI originally, but live in Virginia for the past 17 years.

All the best!

Tom Knapp

Added by Tom Knapp on Sep 19, 2017 2:39 PM

Fred Longrie
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Birth: Mar. 4, 1922
Wisconsin, USA
Death: Jan. 30, 1998
Outagamie County
Wisconsin, USA

US Army WWII Enlisted Dec.28, 1942
Discharged Dec. 27, 1945

Family links:
Frederick Joseph Longrie (1887 - 1965)
Alghanie W Wriedt Longrie (1897 - 1977)

Shirley Dorn Longrie (1923 - 2003)*
Myrtle C. Koepp Longrie (1925 - 2013)*

Florence Augusta Longrie Keltz (1916 - 1968)*
Pearl Mae Longrie Kohlmann (1919 - 1998)*
Fred Longrie (1922 - 1998)
Genevieve J. Opitz (1925 - 2008)*
Elmer C Longrie (1927 - 1976)*
Robert G Longrie (1931 - 1992)*

*Calculated relationship

Portland Cemetery
Calumet County
Wisconsin, USA

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Created by: Paul Stache
Record added: May 09, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 110282482
Fred Longrie
Cemetery Photo
Added by: Linda and William S.

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Added by Aavedt on Sep 16, 2017 11:28 AM

Gravestone photo.
Many thanks! The photo adds so much to the memorial!

Added by Aavedt on Sep 16, 2017 10:46 AM

Cleaning material.
Jacob Kuhn's stone really looks good! Is the is Wet and Forget?

At Trinity, my parents and my brother's stones have small amounts of "crud" on.

Added by Aavedt on Aug 15, 2017 8:20 PM

Kelly Victoria
Thank You
Thank you so much again for taking these pictures for me, Ken. It's so very appreciated.

Added by Kelly Victoria on Jul 10, 2017 9:25 PM

jumpin jer
Thank you very much for the photo of Johannes Baltz

Added by jumpin jer on Jul 10, 2017 6:54 AM

Fred Grunwald

Thank you so much for take Nguyen the time to photograph my family's markers. Your work is appreciated.


Added by Fred Grunwald on Jul 09, 2017 10:19 PM

Kelly Victoria
RE: Alton Imig
Wow, that's great that you knew Alton! He was a great person. I loved going out to the farmstead by him and grandma and seeing the animals. He gave me one of his baby New Zeland rabbits one spring when I was a young girl, and I was so thankful and happy! That little guy became my first pet, and I loved playing and taking care of him.
Thank you so much for your help with the pictures, Ken. I appreciate it very much! It's always great to meet someone who knew a family member. I hope you have a wonderful Independence Day!


Added by Kelly Victoria on Jul 02, 2017 10:58 PM

Eleanora Haas
I rechecked this person, I got the info from her death record. It says st Johns and it says she lived in Sherman. I think I might have the wrong st Johns cemetery, I'll look again.
Thanks for pointing it out I am unfamiliar with wisconsin.

Added by AJ on May 08, 2017 10:42 AM

public name
Donald Meyer at St Anna
Thanks for your time and talent in finding and posting the boy's tombstone picture. Nice that you included the stately parents' monument. How about adding that same picture to his parents' memorials?

Added by public name on May 05, 2017 5:44 PM

Christopher Padgett
Thank you
Thank you for taking your time and talent to capture and post the images here. Being so far away, I really appreciate you doing this.

Added by Christopher Padgett on May 05, 2017 7:57 AM

RE: Kuhn photos
Sounds like a worthwhile project! Thank you.

Added by Aavedt on May 05, 2017 7:16 AM

jumpin jer
john junk
Thank you Ken for the great photo !

Added by jumpin jer on May 05, 2017 5:41 AM

Ludolph Schaar Photo
Thank you Ken.

Added by Roherty on May 04, 2017 8:02 PM

Kuhn photos
Many thanks! The stones are in poor shape so the photos are great to see and save!

Added by Aavedt on May 04, 2017 11:45 AM

Marty McCarthy
Hi Ken
It was nice to meet you earlier today. When I got to Siemers Union Cemetery, I realized I had been there before. Oddly, I found every memorial that was on my list! Looks like Immanuel Lutheran cemetery and Brick Church cemetery have the most down stones, will get back before fall. Take care, Marty

Added by Marty McCarthy on May 03, 2017 8:04 PM

Steve Seim
RE: Fuhrmann correction and more
Thanks for the tip! I'll try to get it on the website later today.

Added by Steve Seim on Apr 24, 2017 8:34 AM

RE: DNA Connection
Hi Ken,

I have joined Ancestry, so I could add info to my aunt's Perry/Dignin family ancestry album. I found that in the 1870, Wisconsin, Calumet, Brothertown census, my great-great-grandfather, James Dignin (they transposed as "Dignen) was born in Ireland, and his wife Jane (which they transposed as "Jani"), was born in New York. But in the 1880 census, they have Jane being born in Ohio. So who knows? But it seems like they most suredly, related to your Brothertown Dignins.

I did not purchase the world wide subscription, so I don't know where in Ireland, James Dignin was born. If I find out, I will definitely let you know.

I think where a lot of the confusion of the spelling comes in, is in the handwriting of the census taker. They range from fancy, to just plain lousy! It is hard to differentiate between their "a", "e","i" and "o" in some instances. In one census, they have my great-grandfather William's last name as "Diznin" because it's hard to tell if the g is a 'g' or is a 'z'. But we know! :)

I'm really enjoying, getting to know who my ancestors are, and where they came from. My daughter is also doing a family tree for her family, and her husband's.

I will let you know if I discover anything more, that connects our families.


Added by Starr on Apr 22, 2017 9:50 AM

What about taking the photo on Fred Miller Sr. page and doing a copy and paste verses taking a new snap?
At our cemetery board meeting last evening, we heard the new building is "up" at St.John's North side. $$$$$$$$ The Depot newspaper more than likely will carry a story about it. Ann Miller, the widow of Fred Jr. donated the big coins for this and some other improvements at St.John's North. Wonderful!
It was too dark to check it out last evening but I will wander there soon.

Added by Aavedt on Apr 20, 2017 3:38 PM

Please check Martha Miller 61990993. Did you want to add two of her stone? Also, would you please add the photo of the stone to her son Fred Jr.? Thanks!

Added by Aavedt on Apr 20, 2017 6:59 AM

Thank you!
Edwin Schuette headstone photo, js

Added by J S on Oct 24, 2016 3:33 PM


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