|Nancy W (#47746624)|
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I joined Find-A-Grave in March of 2012 I like taking walks and I like taking pictures. Since I am within walking distance of Oak Hill Cemetery, St. Margaret Cemetery, Menasha Cemetery, Rest Haven Cemetery and St. Patrick Cemetery, they were wonderful places to go for walks. I would read the head stones and see the history and often the heart ache of families. When I discovered Find-A-Grave it only made sense to take my camera along to combine activities I was already doing to help others. I do have family buried in Oak Hill and St. Margaret cemetery but now I feel I have even more family there. I have been taking pictures and adding records randomly but am pleased to help others find their families too.|
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|screenname||Earl H Simons # 175999899|
I would like to thank you for taking the wonderful photo of Earl & Juliette's grave. I met with Brother Pontow, and broke this wonderful news it brought tears to his eyes. Your a blessing to his family and all of us here! - Sister Migut (For Brother Randy Pontow)
Thank you, once again, Nancy! You are the best! :)
Added by Picnflrz on Feb 06, 2017 12:33 PM
Have been trying to leave you a message and the F-a-G system has been a real problem with popups, interruptions, password refusals. Very frustrating.
Have received from cemetery office the card for Lot 35. Sorry you trudged through the snow. I really appreciate the effort.
I can fill you in with details (and attach a .pdf image of the card if you want) if you send an email to stemmatis (at) gmail.com to which I can reply.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||RE: Earl and Bernice Bondow|
Nancy. Thank you so much for helping keep our family history current. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
Thanks for your work.
Four pages for Bashford, all in Plot N 00 000 2 35 0... ending in 003, 008, 010, 011. No photos of stones. One date is 1964 (typo? - all others in 1880s). Only death (burial?) dates listed - no age at death.
Is info from stones or cemetery records?
Looking for more info if available.
Do you have way to search by plot?
Interested in others in same plot (e.g., endings 001, 002, 004, 005, 006, 007, 009).
Thank you for the photos for Gerrits, Coenen & Kempen.
|Mark||Norma L Wilson|
You put the information for Norma L Wilson but I was checking her out. Here is her death certificate information:
Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899-2011
Name: Norma L Wilson
Birth Date: 28 May 1909
Birth Place: Plymouth Wisconsin
Death Date: 23 Dec 2002
Death Place: Muncie, Delaware, Indiana, USA
Marital Status: Widowed
Mother: Mary Whitzel (Find A Grave Memorial# 81452494)
Father: Hugo Weber (Find A Grave Memorial# 81452492)
Her Husband was Sidney J Wilson (1905-1984)(Find A Grave Memorial# 104062899)
Added by Mark on Dec 23, 2016 2:30 PM
|Susan Tebbe||RE: Gertrude Padelford|
Wow. I've never seen them all together like that. It brought tears to my eyes. I didn't know Gertrude was in the Kuehl plot, given that she had been divorced from Charles for a long time and had remarried. Your relationships are correct as far as I can tell from a quick read. You might want to include Emil, the youngest child of Herman and Emilie. In birth order, the children are: Charles F., Frank H., Albert, Hattie and Emil. After the holidays I can provide more information on some of these people. In the meantime, thank you SO much, and stay warm! Susan
|Susan Tebbe||RE: Fredrich Kuehl|
Thanks, Nancy, for clarifying that for me. I've been using Find a Grave for some time, but it wasn't until now that I joined, so I could ask you a question. So you've been helpful in more ways than one! Sometime (no rush) I'd appreciate it if you could help me locate Gertrude Padelford (Sept. 1885 to Sept. 1962). She was the wife of Charles Kuehl, also in that Plot H, 135, but they were divorced and she's somewhere else. She is in Oak Hill, though, but not listed in Find a Grave as far as I can tell. Someday I'd love to come wander the cemetery with you, but I'm in California. It's a long trip!
|Susan Tebbe||Fredrich Kuehl|
Nancy, thank you very much for the work you do. Your Oak Hill records have been so very helpful in my genealogy search.
Some of my family, the Kuehls, are in Plot H, bunch of zeros, 135. I have a list of family names and dates. It shows Fredrich (or Friedrich) as being born in 1822 and dying in 1886. He was apparently the first in Plot H, 135, because he is, by your records, 001. His wife, Johanna, is 002. On your Find a Grave information the date of his death is listed as Oct. 21, 1978. Than can't be right. Is the date from the stone (very hard to read, I imagine) or from somewhere else? I don't need an answer right away, but I am curious. Thanks so much for your help.
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