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|Sue Butterfield Picard (#47207644)|
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I began researching my ancestry in 1976 at the age of 23. I was extremely lucky to still have many living grandparents, great aunts and uncles whom shared so much information, photo's, and stories with me. They have filled my life with the love of searching for more..."Family Ties are Precious Bonds that passing Time endures..." from poem by Elizabeth M. Gerus|
NOTE: You have my permission to use any photo I've taken and posted on FAG in your own family research. A note of credit would be appreciated, but not necessary. (only exception please don't copy my photo's & put them on other FAG memorials...request and I'll re-post the photo for you) I'm photographing to share and for others to use...
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51,666 Memorials Added
50,924 Memorials Managed
125 Photo Requests
236 Volunteer Photos Taken
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14 Virtual Cemeteries
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|TMBW||RE: Mable Blank 184377514|
No something went wrong. I'll try to delete it. Thanks
Added by TMBW on Oct 17, 2017 9:18 PM
|Raymond Paul Kitchen III||Thank you sooo much!!!|
Thank you for adding my great grandfather and two great-great uncles from Mount Washington Cemetery. Thank you for also finding their death certificates and even their deaths in the church registry. The death certificate of one uncle actually raises questions as to how my uncle died. Hope my grandma can help answer next time I see her as he died before she was born.
|Robert Faust||RE: Sanders|
Hi Sue, I have received an email from Torkel, member #48106268 about a family in Norway. They are listed the Norwegian 1865 census on the farm "Sander". Do you have any info on Edwards parents? The census record lists similar names but birth dates don't match.
|Laurie Erdman||RE: Annie M. Dailey (1883-1885)|
Thank you for the detailed information,Sue. Are you related to Annie? She is my Great Great Grandparents,George F. and Cornelia Dailey's 2 year old daughter. Thank you for this find-a-grave service you provide.
Your name sounded so familiar to me when I realized you are the Editor to the DCGS newsletter where I have been a long time member. It's a small world! You do a wonderful job with this as well.
|Laurie Erdman||Annie M. Dailey (1883-1885)|
I recently visited the Colby cemetery in Colby, Clark county, WI. to check on my Dailey ancestors gravestones who are buried there. I checked the Find-A-Grave site after I got home. I was surprised to see your submitted gravestone picture for Annie M. Dailey there. Where is her gravestone located? It wasn't nearby the John M. and Naomi Dailey gravestone and John M. Dailey's Civil War gravestone. I would like to see it on a future visit to this cemetery.
A sincere thank you Sue for the work you’ve done on find a grave. It has helped me :)☺️
|DORRIS SICKELS SMITH||EMERSON SILVERNAIL|
THANK YOU MUCH, THE LIBRARY TOLD ME THAT THEY HAD NOTHING FOR EMERSON SILVERNAIL.
|DORRIS SICKELS SMITH||90098717 Silvernail lot|
Julia Silvernail, son Hubert are buried ar Forest Hill Cemetery, Eau Clair , Wi. From family records, husband and father Emerson Eugene Silvernail died in 1932, Eau Clair ,Wi. I can not find death-burial information in Eau Clair for Emerson Eugene Silvernail who should be with his wife, Julia.
Do you know the name of the care taker of the Forest Hill Cemetery? Perhaps Emerson is there in an unmarked grave. Please advise, Thank You.
|Graven Image||Peter Midelfort|
Sue, so sorry but I submitted an edit for Peter Midelfort (links to his parents), and now I see that his wife's record is listed twice on his record. I must have done something strange but don't want to make things worse by submitting another edit. Can you fix? The ID number is 95899127.
|Lisa Hauck||RE: Walters in Eau Claire|
Sue, you are good. I've been struggling with the historical society website...also checked the EC library site, like you suggested. I know that Edgar was Dr. Karl's father, and I guessed he was George's son, but now we know. Many, many thanks for your kindness and generosity. Soon I hope to be as adept as you are at ferreting out facts! God bless
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