|Al Gruling (#46921141)|
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I was born in Germantown, Wisconsin and have lived all my life in Wisconsin. I enjoy working with the East Troy Area Historical Society, Walworth Co. Genealogical Society and walking cemeteries. Being a volunteer for 'Find a Grave" is very rewarding when I can help someone with a picture of their families tombstones.|
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|Roland R. Wilkinson||RE: Thomas Allen Wilkinson|
Thank you very much I look forward to what ever help you might be able get for me.
Roland R. Wilkinson 46926691
|Roland R. Wilkinson||Thomas Allen Wilkinson|
I am very interested in a tombstone photo that you took of Thomas Allen Wilkinson and why was the quality of your picture so great in comparison to the other one taken by Marlene's photograph. I have had some communication with several people saying that Allen Wilkinson who is Thomas Allen's Wilkinson's father is also buried. I have tried in vain several times to make contact with someone in charge of burials at Ohio Cemetery, Rio, Columbia Co. Wisconsin, but haven't had any luck thus far. Thomas Allen Wilkinson is as you know buried at Ohio cem. and according to info I got many years ago Allen his father is also buried there. Thomas's wife Anna Clementina Stewart Wilkinson 1845-1909 is buried @ Round Prairie Cem. Walworth County, Wisconsin. Do you have any access to records about Allen Wilkinson or any further data about any other Wilkinson's?
Roland R. Wilkinson 46926691
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Patricia Newby Merritt|
Hi..You have a Find a Grave entry on the above at Walnut Hill Cemetery. The cemetery says she is not buried there. Do you have further information?
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Potter|
I was rushing and didn't read the dates, just noted the "similiar" names...Fox, Elizabeth, etc. Sorry for my mistake. Thanks, have a great day!
I have copied some of your pictures to my Ancestry account. The write-ups and obituaries have made relatives that I grew up around (but didn't really know) real to me. I grew up in the country near Rockfield Grade School. I wonder if you know where that is! ;-) No one else ever has! Thank you for your good work and dedication.
If you ever have any info or cemetery pictures regarding Mary Ann Sturges Baggs or her husbands, I would truly appreciate hearing from you! ;-)
BIRTH 2 JULY 1820 • Canada
DEATH 17 OCT 1903 • Pewaukee
She is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Sussex, Wisconsin Hwy 64. She lies beside her first husband, Robert Baggs Sr, and her 2 sons, George and Bernard Baggs. Plot #123 was owned by William Baggs. The gravestones have all disappeared and no marker remains.
Sincerely yours, Cheryl
Added by Cheryl on Oct 05, 2016 10:09 PM
|Lynn and Walter Blenderman||Missing Links|
I guess the system deleted the URL links I had included at the end of my other message.
|Lynn and Walter Blenderman||Betsy Pollard Chafin - Children|
Mr. Gruling, I guess you don't have Eleanor M. Chafin in the list of Betsy's (# 29138428) children since she married Dr. George Charles Stockman and moved to Mason City, Iowa. Eleanor was born ca 1856; not sure about death yet. Are you aware that Betsy was a sister of Dr. Amos Pollard, head surgeon at the Alamo? See and Walter G. Blenderman
|deanna french||Walworth Co.Sidney Tuller Civil War vet|
May I use the grave marker photo that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorial for Sidney Tullar, to post on the Vt. C.W.site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org.
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Kelley Rosenbach||RE: Betsey and Lydia Dunbar photos|
Are you kidding, the photos are fantastic! A very happy camper here!
|Kelley Rosenbach||Betsey and Lydia Dunbar photos|
Al Gruling, dude you rock!! These two are my husband's family and my husband's uncle Tim and I have a joint collaboration on the Dunbar family and I am beyond thrilled to see these pics. Tim will be thrilled as well! Thank you again, Kelley
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