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Grave Rider (#47298086)
 member for 6 years, 11 months, 24 days
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Bio Photo Hi,
I enjoy riding to and walking around cemeteries (as I am sure everyone here does), I have really enjoyed going back to Pennsylvania and West Virginia and photographing ancestors headstones.

I am hoping to photograph as many cemeteries in the Jefferson co., WI area in my free time. I have been working on Rock Lake Cemetery in Lake Mills, Wi. I take photos of the stones, then go through the memorials here and enter and or correct whatever I can. If you have any additional changes or corrections, or you would like to manage a specific memorial, let me know.

I don't mind if anyone uses my photos, that's why they're there. Just don't claim you took them.
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s schultz
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Sorry - Ella and Charles son - Charles V Stockfish married in 1947. He married Doris A Krause. Sorry for all the confusion.
Added by s schultz on Apr 14, 2017 7:53 AM
s schultz
RE: stockfish
One more - since I reread your email again- Yes the last name was a typo on my part. Sorry.
Added by s schultz on Apr 14, 2017 7:50 AM
s schultz
RE: stockfish
I just realized I transcribed his MC as well. They couple married in 1947. There it lists his father as Charles. So now we have the proof that Carl and Charles are indeed one and the same. :-)
Added by s schultz on Apr 14, 2017 7:48 AM
s schultz
RE: stockfish
That's what it said. Now that being said "Carl" was the more common name Charles. So who knows. But it did say Carl. Thanks for checking. :-)
Added by s schultz on Apr 14, 2017 7:22 AM
Meg Schroeder
Stoughton Willis Faville
Hello, Grave Rider. I, too, am a Find A Grave volunteer photographer. I've stumbled upon the homestead of the Faville/Tillotson families in Faville Grove, Lake Mills, WI. I did some research and discovered that Stoughton Faville was quite the amazing conservationist, along with maintaining the family farm. There are many, many articles pertaining to his passion for prairie and wildlife preservation- having donated many acres to create the Faville Prairie Preserve as well as Stoughton Faville Sanctuary, on County Road "G" just north of the A.G. Faville home/farmstead. I wonder if it would be a nice addition to his Find A Grave memorial to include links to these articles. What do you think? I'm also searching for more information regarding his granddaughter, Ellen White, who had passed away, at age 103, in 2014. She was the last of the Faville family to have lived in the home built by Alpheus Faville. David Tillotson, who is the grandson of Ellen's sister, Mary, continues to live in the second home on the Faville property. Thank you. Meg Schroeder
Added by Meg Schroeder on Mar 20, 2017 10:16 AM
Thank you so much for the photo of Hazel Stout's stone. I am sorry it took me this long to let you know just how very much I appreciate you taking it for me!
Added by PhotoLepidoptera on Oct 02, 2016 8:40 PM
Jerry Stremcha
RE: Wilhelm Degner
Sometimes Find A Grave software gets screwed up and I certainly seen the results today. Sorry, I don't have a Wilhelm that corresponds to your message?
Added by Jerry Stremcha on Sep 06, 2016 3:02 PM
Jerry Stremcha
Clarence Wendt Memorial
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by Jerry Stremcha on Aug 22, 2016 3:11 PM
Connie Congdon
Knapp Transfer
Thank you so much for the Knapp transfer.
Added by Connie Congdon on Jun 06, 2016 9:41 AM
RE: Oscar Ray 6980371
The museum would only allow photos without flashes. The lights were bright. I took several photos but that one was sadly the best.
Added by kat on Jun 04, 2016 6:36 AM
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