2TWarren

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I am from Bureau County, Illinois, where my father's family is centered. My work here focuses more on enhancing and linking memorials rather than creating new ones. If you'd like to manage a memorial I currently have, please explain your relationship and ask. I only hang on to memorials I have a close relationship to.

Surnames of particular interest to me:
Iowa/South Dakota/Wisconsin: Friedrich, Murtha
Bureau County, Illinois: Gramer, Hoffman, Kornder, Lumery, Lumry, Plotner, Puls, Pultz, Pulz, Pulß, Schoff, Schoof, Taylor, Thomas

Please don't add military rank as a prefix to the name on a memorial unless the person retired after serving at least 20 years. It is a breach of military tradition and dishonors the veteran, who knew better than to prefix their name with their rank. You would be imposing your ignorance and flouting of military tradition on an innocent veteran's memorial.
https://www.formsofaddress.info/veterans_military/
If a rank appears elsewhere on the grave marker, it belongs in the transcription field. Please do not write to me about this. I've researched this thoroughly, and I am tired of responding to people who have not done their homework.

I transcribe Hebrew-language monuments upon request.

I am from Bureau County, Illinois, where my father's family is centered. My work here focuses more on enhancing and linking memorials rather than creating new ones. If you'd like to manage a memorial I currently have, please explain your relationship and ask. I only hang on to memorials I have a close relationship to.

Surnames of particular interest to me:
Iowa/South Dakota/Wisconsin: Friedrich, Murtha
Bureau County, Illinois: Gramer, Hoffman, Kornder, Lumery, Lumry, Plotner, Puls, Pultz, Pulz, Pulß, Schoff, Schoof, Taylor, Thomas

Please don't add military rank as a prefix to the name on a memorial unless the person retired after serving at least 20 years. It is a breach of military tradition and dishonors the veteran, who knew better than to prefix their name with their rank. You would be imposing your ignorance and flouting of military tradition on an innocent veteran's memorial.
https://www.formsofaddress.info/veterans_military/
If a rank appears elsewhere on the grave marker, it belongs in the transcription field. Please do not write to me about this. I've researched this thoroughly, and I am tired of responding to people who have not done their homework.

I transcribe Hebrew-language monuments upon request.

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