|Donna Peterson (#47030859)|
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|mel||RE: Rudinger, Alfred & Genoweva|
I hope to finish up Holy Cross Cemetery tomorrow night -- another 50 or so new memorials/photos.
You might be interested in this photo - a large cenotaph dedicated to the early Rudinger families in D'Hanis, TX.
Added by mel on Nov 13, 2012 10:04 PM
|GenFreaks||RE: Isaac Jud Gurley|
Very welcome...glad we could help
|Mike Wade||RE: Valentine Gully|
Happy to help...I drive very close to the cemetery every day. ~Mike
|Michelle Yandell||RE: Fannie Johns|
You are so very welcome!
|Kocart||RE: Ellis Photo|
This was a really neat day--I took my kids, and believe it or not, the first stone we saw was the one you requested. So we took some time and explored the lovely cemetery and took more photos. It was a lovely, sunny day and a pleasure to get out of the house to do this. The kids were curious, pointing out stones for World War II veterans, and we took the time to talk about history. A neat outing.
Added by Kocart on Feb 21, 2012 8:00 AM
Your photo is in Find a Grave
Added by juney on Dec 11, 2011 2:33 PM
|Brian Zalewski||Peter Thill|
Did not see Peter Thill at St. Mary's Cemetery, but it's possible his stone is very worn. There is another cemetery in Port Washington that they call "Old St. Mary's" that has a lot more older stones, like Peter's would be. We walked that one, too, but did not see it, but most of those are very hard to read.
We did find a mausoleum with that name "Thill" on it, but it did not have a name or dates on it. I can send you that photo if you like.
Your best bet would be to contact the Port Washington Historical Society. I'm pretty sure they have burial records for those cemeteries. They might, at the least, be able to tell you which cemetery he is buried in. I've done it in the past and they've helped me find headstones. http://www.portwashingtonhistoricalsociety.org/