|Steve Seim (#47256753)|
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I am an attorney and court commissioner in Dodge County, Wisconsin. My lovely wife Julie and our kids Philip and Grace (and dog Howie) enjoy exploring cemeteries with me.|
Like most of my fellow gravers, I do this to preserve the history of those who came before us and the often beautiful works of art that mark their final resting places - and to make the information more accessible to those who might be searching for it.
My information comes from a variety of sources, including older cemetery transcriptions done by others. Feel free to contact me with corrections, additional information, transfer requests, questions, etc. I'll be happy to help if I can.
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For those with any interest in asylum, poor farm, and other institutional cemeteries, check out my website:
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"Jesus said to her, 'I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?'" John 11:25-26
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|Geo Clinton||polly woodward|
Thanks so much for the cemetery correction. Geo
|Ken Richter||Fuhrmann correction and more|
Thanks for the speedy correction to Ben Fuhrmann Findagrave site at St. Charles, Fond du Lac County. Tomorrow I will attend his son's funeral.
My wife and I are "Winter Texans" and spend time in New Territory, Sugar Land, Texas. During my morning walks, I discovered this institutional cemetery. It is connected to the Imperial Sugar Mill and has lots of stories to tell. It's history expands pre-civil war, at the end of slavery in Texas, there became other ways to force slavery. Very interesting history for this place. It now located in a very exclusive sub-division, mixed in with half million dollar homes. I did find the cemetery on Findagrave, but most historial information was found through Internet research. I added a few photos by telephoto shots, cemetery is in locked fence. The name to use to find is: Imperial Prison Farm Cemetery, Sugarland, Fort Bend, Texas. I am using this method to contact you because I was not able to your other site. Thanks Ken Richter
|public name||Forest Mound requests fulfilled|
Thanks for the legwork and well-done postings. Was Volkman Mother unreadable on the stone?
|Glenn & Kathy||Memorial Photos|
Thanks Steve for taking the pictures of my families tombstones. Greatly appreciated.
|JEROME GUYANT||Elbert & Lorana Guyant Gravestone|
Thank you so much for providing the photos of the Guyant headstone. They are my great-great grandparents. I will be using these photos to document my membership in the Sons of the American revolution. My great-great-great-great-great grandfather Luke Guyant fought in the Revolutionary War. He served in the Continental Army from 1775 until peace was declared. He was engaged in the Battle of White Plains, was wounded in the thigh at Battle of Saratoga and wounded in the head and arm at the Battle of Monmouth. He was at the siege of Yorktown in 1781 and was discharged when peace was declared.
|Judy Mannenbach||Margaret and Anton Meier|
Thank you for the pictures of the headstone of Margaret and Anton Meier and for making Anton's memorial.
|Earl Pagel||Johann Froemming|
Thank you for searching for Johanna Froemming and providing Immanuel's Cemetery records, Being a first burial is likely why they have no record of her as the Pastor's notes support her burial on her husbands acreage.
Again Thanks, Earl Pagel
|Valerie Brandt||RE: Pinion Family in Marshfield, Wisconsin|
Thank you so much!
|Bill Armintrout||Re: Erma Henning request|
Thank you so much! You did an excellent job.
|Becky Bergstrom||RE: John Cashin|
Thank you Steve
.I will keep trying.
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