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USNchic (#47466677)
 member for 5 years, 11 months, 3 days
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Bio Photo Born and raised in Hartford, WI. Currently living in Virginia Beach, VA. Served 4 years in the Navy aboard the USS Gettysburg (CG-64). Now, a Navy Wife and stay at home mother of two.

Most of my roots lie in Green Co. and Washington Co. Wisconsin. Surnames include:

Margraf
Borosch
Wells
Ruch
Stuesser
Feind
Herrli
Edwards
Scherr
Schwulst
Doczi
Wiedenhoft
Baughman
Leiser
Maibach
Noble
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 • 23 Memorials Added
 • 29 Memorials Managed
 • 31 Photos
 • 4 Volunteer Photos Taken
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Jenean Hamilton
RE: Thank you!
No problem, it was a nice drive on a nice day. The directions and the Find A Grave map were great....only problem was a bridge out when I got down there (Monroe is about 30 min south of me and the cemetery another 15-20 min south). So without a detailed map I just tried to snake my way around the country roads and get to the cemetery. I took an interesting drive around some very curvy, hilly, gravel roads in IL. However, my sense of direction couldn't have been too bad, because when I finally found a paved road I came out at the cemetery! There is no sign so I looked first for Phillip and Nancy. I found a few other Nancys first, so I was glad to find Phillip's stone readable, it is a shame Nancy's stone was broken. The cemetery is well mowed and cared for. I have some more photos to add yet. I photographed most of the markers. Some of the very worn ones I skipped. Since I was heading to the Monroe area I had mapped out several cemeteries to get to yesterday, so I didn't have too much time to try to decipher all the stones. All in all a very successful day! Now just some more time at the computer adding the pictures I found. Good luck with your research! Jenean
Added by Jenean Hamilton on Aug 12, 2011 9:19 AM
Gloria Schulz
Emma & George Noble sons
When I took the gravestone picture for Emma & George, there was also 3 others - Bryon, Arthur, and Freddy under the large NOBLE stone. So I transfered them to you. If I have added any other Nobles that are your relatives, I would be happy to transfer them.
Added by Gloria Schulz on Jun 29, 2011 2:59 PM
Bruce Comdohr
RE: Thanks!
You're welcome. This was my first pic as a photo volunteer.
Added by Bruce Comdohr on Apr 06, 2011 8:35 PM
William Cole
Tanners at Ol d Settlement
I took photos of other Tanners at Old Settlement. A couple did not come out and I wll retake them sometime this sring.
Added by William Cole on Apr 02, 2011 2:13 PM
 

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