|Brian/Linda/Madison/Ella Harvey||Frankie Drake|
We searched the Volga (Hillcrest) cemetery. We did find Frankie Drake's stone, however, it was up against a tree with other stones. We took the picture but we have no idea where his plot is. Sorry about this, but vandals have no morals.
|Debra Sanden||Frank N. Adams|
We took a picture of the stone itself but you can not see the information except in person and even then it was hard. But we could see Frank N. Adams May 23, 1873-Aug 21, 1873.
|Debra Sanden||George K. Endress|
Is this a George or is that his middle name? I am trying to find his headstone no luck yet.
|MJGaloff||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome.
Added by MJGaloff on Aug 07, 2013 6:14 AM
|Sharron Spurgeon Hanson||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome. The monument looks like the same one you have up for Henry. Her name was probably there all along on the side facing the tree but 'hidden' with moss etc. Happy I found it for you!
|Kathie Bunnell||Charles Andrews|
I was at the Warren cemetery and couldn't find Charles. So I will call the caretakers on Tue to find out where he is buried. When I find out I will go out and take the photo. Kathie
|Chris H||RE: Thank you|
You're welcome. I hope the quality is acceptable. :-)
Added by Chris H on Jul 02, 2013 7:17 PM
|albers_ancestry||Christ Harley, Iron Creek Cemetery|
A little more about Christ Harley: He was likely born in June of 1838 in Germany. He came directly to Dunn County and lived there all his life except for 2 years in the military. He was married twice, his first wife's name appears to have been Mary Lousia Hein. He died 10 Nov 1921 in Colfax, Dunn County, Wisconsin. His real name may have been Christian K Haerlin.
|R & L||RE: Thank you|
Yes Jean. You may use these photos in your Ancestry research collection.
Added by R & L on Jul 01, 2013 8:29 PM
|Wellington1||RE: Thank you|
You're welcome for the photo. I noticed the date difference, too. I think what happens is, with a cemetery like this, they uploaded thousands of records from their database at once, and carried over some 'typos' along the way. I would trust the date on the plaque.
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