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Caralee (Hall) Butzine (#47382206)
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Bio Photo I live near Madison, Wisconsin, and have been researching my ancestors for about three years now. I'm researching the Hall's, Worth's, Gray's, Ayer's, Burnett's, plus many more family lines. If anyone has any ancestors in the south-central Wisconsin area, please let me know and I will do my best to get a picture of their headstone for you. I know how important pictures are to me and I enjoy walking through the cemeteries.
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Roslyn Roisman-Patchi
Adella C Seeber
Thank you so much for checking on her burial. I was certain she was buried at City of Waterloo Cemetery as her husband is right there and when she died she was still a resident of Waterloo. I also have notes that she was buried in Waterloo exactly the day after she died. I can't think where else she might be interred
Added by Roslyn Roisman-Patchi on Feb 14, 2017 5:26 PM
Angela Owens Jando
Willow Hall
Happily transferred to your care. I am sorry for your loss and am glad you are back to Find A Grave!

Added by Angela Owens Jando on Feb 14, 2017 2:22 PM
Joanna Root
RE: Ayers family

I'm happy to send you some photos of Charles. I am not using Ancestory, but instead the Family Search run by the LDS. it is a free site, so that makes it nice. I'm not sure I can see Charles Ayers Sr there, but I will try to find it, as I don't have a subscription there at Ancestory.

I'm sure searching is easier now, but still very time consuming. As I may have said, when I was younger I wasn't terribly interested, and then my children were born, and as you know time just slips by.

Thanks for responding!

Added by Joanna Root on Feb 14, 2017 10:20 AM
Joanna Root
RE: Ayers family
Thank you so much, this is indeed the Charles Ayers Jr., that was such a part of our family history. I'd be happy to share information with you if you'd like.

I really appreciate your response. I have photos of Charles Jr, with a half sister named Grace. Also many photos of him throughout the years, even with me as a baby.

I'm going to fill in the information you provided, and see if I have other questions that you might know the answers too.

Just to clarify, is the Charles Ayers buried in Colorado, Charles Juniors father?
Added by Joanna Root on Feb 13, 2017 10:37 AM
Joanna Root
Ayers family
Do you have a Charles Ayers, Jr in your ancestors that was married to an Amanda Elizabeth, born a Kelley. He would have been her third husband, and I know they were together in Fowler Colorado around 1902-05.

Her first husband died, her second was Joseph Handlon and then third Charles Ayers, Jr. married in November 1893. He was born in 1868 in Wisconsin.

She's born in Pennsylvania, in 1846 and was 20 years older than Charles. They had no children, but cared for her grand son, Ray Walters. (Ray is Child of her first husband Issac).

We know Charles and Amanda were in Colorado and then Montana, but after she died in Montana in 1924 we know nothing more about him.

I found a Charles Ayers, Jr ( which he was) buried in the same cemetery as Amanda Elizabeth in Missoula Montana. The Charles Ayers in Fowler Colorado, where I know my Amanda and Charles lived could be Charles Ayers Sr. That's where I found your name.

Thanks for taking time to read this, would love hearing from you.

Tried your email, but posting here too.
Added by Joanna Root on Feb 12, 2017 3:23 PM
Linda and William S.
Ruth E. Barnowsky and Family
When I was taking a photo of the grave, I saw Robert ("Bob") Barnowsky next to her (Leonard and John's) grave, but he is not connected to any of them?!
Added by Linda and William S. on Jun 04, 2013 6:31 PM
s schultz
101537672 Erna A Kelling
Hello, just wondering if you would allow us to use your picture(s) in our family tree. We will happily cite both you and Find A Grave as our source for the picture. Thanks for considering it.

On another odd note - it looks like possibly Erna might have had two burial sites. The one you photographed and another one in Milford. Both have the same exact name, and date of birth. Yours had a date of death, and the one in Milford no DOD. Strange - the cemetery in Milford is where her husband is buried. Odd.

Anyway thanks for considering our request.
Added by s schultz on May 12, 2013 1:29 PM
Elena Marcus Alberstone
RE: Robert Burnett
Hi - you're welcome! I'm always happy to take pictures for people. I also took pictures of and posted photos for Ellen Burnett, Robert's wife and Stanley Burnett, who is next to them. I thought he might be their son.
Added by Elena Marcus Alberstone on Feb 07, 2013 7:43 PM
Elm Lawn Cemetery
RE: Benjamin Ray
You are very welcome. Benjamin and Vesta Ray is on a family plot with Frank Ray Stout and Samuel B. Bass, Jr.
Added by Elm Lawn Cemetery on Jan 25, 2013 6:17 AM
Daphne Johanson Krogseng
Tolgen Cemetery
I will take photos of the Mostad head stones in the spring. My husband and I are the caretakers of the Tolgen Cemetery and the Cemetery is closed for the winter. I'm trying to get all the head stones done.
Added by Daphne Johanson Krogseng on Jan 06, 2013 6:39 AM
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