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PLEASE USE THE "EDIT" TAB FOR ANY AND ALL ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS, TRANSFERS, ETC.|
I have been doing genealogy for over 40 years. I have started to take pictures of area cemeteries (Waukesha County area) and I am trying to submit them to various sites. I also take picture when I go on vacation to other parts of the USA and Europe.
If anyone needs a photo (which has not been re-sized) or has any corrections or additions please let me know.
Lately I have been getting many, many transfer requests without the needed information. If anyone requests a transfer,use the EDIT tab and the transfer request must contain the following information: Relationship; Parents, Siblings, Grandparents And Great Grandparents (which does not include Aunts/Uncles/Cousins) and your Find-A-Grave Contributor Number. A transfer cannot be done without the contributor number. It takes up too much time for me to search out the above information.
My sister, Lois has been helping with the corrections and additions and also looking for obituaries. My sister, Julie is also helping with taking pictures.
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|Gail Miller||Johannes Berndt link|
I just approved your edit for Johannes Berndt to link to Sophia because I know you are a dedicated researcher. Since the Barndts at West Granville Cemetery are family, I am curious how you found him. Thanks.
My father served in same National Guard Unit with George. It should be noted at time he called up (10-20-1940) he was: Co. "G", 32nd Infantry (Red Arrow) 127th Infantry - WWII. Red Arrow Division was historic unit. My information comes from Waukesha Freeman also (1944) on anniversary of their deployment. Thank you
Added by sally jo on Jun 21, 2017 9:54 PM
|tango13||RE: Paul Strick|
OK, I'll recheck and search that lot.
Added by tango13 on Jun 19, 2017 12:15 PM
I do not know. We are researching that! Thank you! I'll let you know if we figure it out. Nicole
Added by NicS on Jun 16, 2017 4:30 PM
|Pamela Byers Wrenn||RE: Frank Wren|
Thank you. Pam
|Pamela Byers Wrenn||RE: Frank Wren|
I also agree that the parental link to Patrick & Catherine Wrenn is also incorrect. Since you created the memorial for Francis Patrick Wrenn, you can correct this by removing them as his parents. Pam
|L. Severson||Kramers in St.Mary's|
Jacob Kramer is my 2nd great-grandfather. I was given information that his father's name was Phillip Anton, born around 1813. The "William" in the cemetery is Jacob's son, not his father. William the son died in 1915 - I doubt that Jacob's father lived to be over 100. The Elisabeth there could be his mother. I appreciate your efforts at connecting the family. Unfortunately the 2 family members that could definitely confirm or deny the connections have passed away.
|L. Severson||Kramers in St|
|Gail Miller||Henry Freiberg-West Granville cemetery|
Thanks for submitting the edits for Henry and his brother Herman.. I recently approved them.
I noticed you added a picture of the back of the main marker with Herman and Henry's birth and death years to Herman's memorial.
Would be so kind to also add it to Henry's memorial....or give me permission to make the addition.
If you are related, I'd be happy to transfer any of the Roebel's I manage, just let me know.
|Gail Miller||Heinrich Roebel - West Granville Cemetery|
You asked if I had a map to the West Granville Cemetery....No, I wish I did.
I got the plot location from a cemetery listing on linkstothepast, which originally came from the work of Mimi Bird.
My maternal line was part of the original settlers who created the Salem Ev Church across from the cemetery. Obviously, there are many connections to others in the cemetery through marriage, remarriage, etc.
My family names are Horning, Barndt, Dittmar, Gebhardt...and by marriage...Wambold, Bauernfeind, Bergstresser, Scholl, Ernst and more. The earliest of my people to settle in the area was my 3x great grandfather Frederick Barndt in the 1830's.
I've walked the rows of the cemetery many times...the first back in 1976. If only I had taken pictures then!
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