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|Pat Ricci||Frank Ranallo Tombstone photo request|
I see you have a photo request for St. Anthony Cemetery in Cumberland Wisconsin.
You can get photos of tombstones from St. Anthony Church Cemetery at:
900 St. Anthony Street
Here you'll find photographs of all of the tombstones located at St. Anthony Abbot Cemetery in Cumberland, Wisconsin. Originally the list contained individuals of Italian descent, but now, all tombstones are shown.
The cemetery contains markers as early as the mid-1890's. It is located next to St. Anthony Abbot Catholic church which is located in a rural setting about two miles south of the city of Cumberland. It is on the northeast corner of the intersection of County Road P (1st Ave.) and St. Anthony Street (21-1/2 Ave.).
All descendants of Italians connected to Cumberland, Shell lake, Spooner, Hudson and Western Wisconsin are invited to CIAO 2016. 9/10 at the St. Anthony Church Center. Noon till 5PM. Potluck (dish to share) Free will donation to the Church. Beverages will be available for purchase. Family displays are welcome. Slide show. Door prizes (we need donations). Also prizes for various categories: oldest, youngest, furthest away etc. Questions or to RSVP: Patricci63@Q.com
|Scott Ebert||Martha Deardorff|
I researched this for you. Unfortunately, Dover has no record of Martha Deardorff at Fourth St. Cemetery. There is a Martha at Maple Grove Cemetery, but the dates don't match. Could be a relative. There is a Mrs. Louis Deardorff at Fourth Street, Section 19 Lot 76. But again, the stone there is unreadable and weathered badly. It's possible that the records also were unreadable from that time period. Pages lost, etc. I have a picture of that lot if you'd like to see it. Let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Ebert