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KJS (#47179008)
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Bio Photo Most of the Prairie Home Cemetery data was downloaded directly from the cemetery's database and the database does have errors. (You might want to check various name spellings.) Their database is searchable here: Prairie Home Cemetery Database

Please feel free to use any photos I post for your own use, as long as it's not for profit.

And finally, if you've benefited from information found on Find-A-Grave, please consider paying it forward by becoming a photo volunteer. Headstones are disappearing through deterioration, damage or vandalism. And once they're gone, so is the history they document.
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Donella Spencer
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sally jo
84495255
My father served with Ralph in Wisconsin National Guard. In order to honor Ralph's service it should read: Co "G" 32nd Division (Red Arrow) 127th Infantry, WWII. Red Arrow is very historic unit, they were called up 10-20-1940. Thank you
Added by sally jo on Jun 21, 2017 10:27 PM
Amanda
robert and guy clemons
Thank you so much for the photos of the grave markers for Robert and Guy Clemons. I don't get to Wisconsin often and this really aided my family research project.
Added by Amanda on May 31, 2017 7:50 PM
Linda Ellington
John D Williamson, Sr
Thanks so much for the gorgeous photo of his footstone. This proves the family information which I have is correct. His death certificate indicates he died in 1867 not 1864. But family story of his birth ends with his mother's death. He was her sixth child. Her husband and his uncle were both doctors. His father married a second time and many family researchers have his second wife the mother of all 12 of his children. I am so glad to now have the proved all 6 of her children were born to her not the second wife.
May I use your photo in a family tree. And thank you so very much for taking the time to go out and take then upload this photo for me.
Added by Linda Ellington on May 25, 2017 9:34 AM
Rose Gondek
Reinhold Sellnow.
Thank you very much for taking a photo of Reinhold and Hilda's headstone. You and the rest of the volunteers are what make this website truly beautiful. God bless you wonderful stranger!
Added by Rose Gondek on May 04, 2017 4:59 PM
tango13
tango 13 pics
thank you so much for taking the time, I appreciate it.
Added by tango13 on Apr 16, 2017 8:32 AM
melanie
Re: William Stark
Thank you so much for the photo and for all you do for Find A Grave!!! :)

Melanie
Added by melanie on Apr 13, 2017 6:50 PM
Allegra Sleep
RE: Hi!
Thank you so much for doing that! You sound like you live smack dab in the middle of Sleep country! WI is like Cornwall like that. I'll dub you a Sleep cousin. ;)
Added by Allegra Sleep on Mar 16, 2017 2:58 PM
Allegra Sleep
Hi!
KJS... are you a Sleep? Just wondering if you are a relative! :)
Added by Allegra Sleep on Mar 14, 2017 6:52 PM
NCGenSeeker
RE: Stubenrauch
They are related to my children. Not many of them left in this country. Cousins, great uncles and aunts.

NCGenSeeker
Added by NCGenSeeker on Jan 09, 2017 7:03 AM
Peter Scarborough
Mable Saxton
I have seen this record you posted. Do you have the plot number of this grave? Mable would have been my great aunt.

Peter Scarborough
Added by Peter Scarborough on Dec 25, 2016 9:57 PM
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