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pat werthman deyoe radtke (#47114083)
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Deyoe Deyo, and Lois or Jeanette Deyoe Barnes Werthman as related to in Waukau, Wisconsin cemetery.
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PBadtram
RE: Nellie & George Werthmann
As for Nellie (Michael's Wife) or George, I don't actually recall because I was on a mission for Michael, but I will definitely ask the Sexton about them as well.
Added by PBadtram on May 12, 2017 9:24 AM
PBadtram
RE: Michael Werthmann, Mystery Man
There is no Sexton on site at Holy Family but I will look to see if there is a phone number listed on the sign headed into the cemetery next time I drive by there and call. This gets so frustrating when you find so many other Werthmann's in the cemetery but NOT the one you're looking for. I am very detail oriented and always make an attempt to read any weathered tombstones, rather than just walk by them. Believe me when I say I have really looked in earnest for Michael - it's become personal now - LOL! Will let you know if I learn anything new.
Added by PBadtram on May 12, 2017 9:21 AM
KSlade
RE: DAR
Hi!
I cannot see my prior message to you, but yes I'm a direct descendant of Jacobus James Deyo! He is my 5x great grandfather... so that makes you a cousin! :)
~Kathy
Added by KSlade on Feb 14, 2017 8:32 PM
Velcro
RE: Samuel & Abigail [Allen] Seabury
You are very welcome. I try to sponsor direct ancestors when they are not already sponsored. It is my way of honoring those who came before and made us what we are. They are my 8g uncle and aunt. Linne
Added by Velcro on Jan 14, 2017 9:18 AM
JAZZ
RE: Robert Horne
You are very welcome, and no I am not related.

Judy
Added by JAZZ on Oct 06, 2016 6:53 AM
Mary Bath Stafford
RE: Etta Mallery Clark
Yes, I'm related to the Mallery family. My grand mother was Florence Esther Mallery. We have emailed before and you have access to my Ancestry.com Bath Stafford family tree. My user name is mlstafford1 and you've used some of my pictures as I think I've used some of your Deyoe pictures. I have come across a few pictures that I would like you to look at. I believe one is Ann Seabury and her daughter Esther Ann. If you would just email me I would be happy to send them to you.

Mary Bath Stafford

stafford2215@gmail.com
Added by Mary Bath Stafford on Oct 04, 2016 6:52 PM
Earl Reid
RE: Etta Mallery Clark
No, I am not related, I just take photos.
Added by Earl Reid on Oct 01, 2016 8:04 PM
Moo, Esq.
Draye
Sorry, I'm not related to any of my memorials
Added by Moo, Esq. on Aug 23, 2016 12:56 AM
JAZZ
RE: Horne obit
No
Added by JAZZ on Aug 17, 2016 9:59 PM
Bulldog
RE: Pauline Van Pay
Yep, enjoy cemetery walk programs here and elsewhere. Have done Arlington, a cemetery in New Orleans, 2 in Green Bay and even one in Germany. Talk about an education! Do you know about the Jewish tradition of placing a hand-written note on a gravestone with an actual stone on top? And sometimes they just leave a stone...to let their departed loved one know they came to visit. Learned this in Germany in '78. Go figure! Appreciate you being open to whatever makes it easier for loved ones to connect with people passed-on. Wouldn't make a fuss about the surname spellings except Find A Grave only accepts them one way and doesn't recognize possible differences. Name genealogy? Been at this almost 40 years. Found my own surname spelled 20 different ways in records...finally stopped counting. Found their ship record by accident...while searching for another family name. It happens! Thanks for all you do for findagrave.com!
Added by Bulldog on Aug 17, 2016 5:05 PM
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