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Union Cemetery

Hi guys, so I’ve been MIA for the past two months.  The end of summer is usually a pretty busy season for us with photo-shoots and powwows taking place it usually leaves me little time to post.   356 more words

Adventures

People Watching

I visited Union Cemetery again today and saw something that was (at least to me) a little odd. The last time I was there, as I wrote about a few weeks ago, it was raining and the only company I had was a rather plump groundhog. 281 more words

How They Are Remembered

 One of the more distinctive features of Union Cemetery is the variedness of wealth and grandure displayed in the headstones.

This can be seen in greatest contrast in the mausoleums that scattered one part of the cemetery. 179 more words

Walking in the Rain

It was raining Monday when I walked to Union Cemetery. This wasn’t at what I had hoped for, pictures needed taking and rain usually isn’t the best for cameras, but it turned out better than I could have hoped. 331 more words

The first blog post

Welcome!

I’ve always loved cemeteries. Growing up there was a small Protestant one in my town that my family would pass by whenever we went for walks. 288 more words

One Sebastian Treutel Mystery is Solved

It was one of the big mysteries in our family tree: what ever happened to Sebastian Treutel, brother to Philipp Treutel, who came to Wisconsin from Darmstadt, Germany… 753 more words

Family Tales