I've been working on family tree for many years. Would love to hear from any of my family members and their friends.
I've had to make many corrections on memorials that I had to request. Hopefully all is corrected and my family tree stands tall. Basically, if your birth name is Esselborn, Gasser, Muskopf, Waters or Brandenburger we are related.
If you send a request or correction, I will gladly thank you. This is a memorial for the deceased. I've come across very few rude contributors on this web page but the ones that are rude seem to be "collecting graves" much like those on Facebook who "collect friends".
I found another "collector today". No profile no frends and no transfers. So sad.
This is a wonderful source for working on your family tree. Even ancestry.com have added post from findagrave.com.
Happy tree climbing and please respect the deceased your relative or not.
Thank you Susan Ing for all your help and information.
RE: Active Yes I am somewhat active but have slowed down some since I babysit my 2 year old granddaughter. I still do transfers and corrections but have not been able to be as active as I used to be before Emmalee was born.
Found the Brandenburger plot! First of all, it is in the non-sectarian part of Green Mount so you will want to change that in the Peter and Louise entries. Four of their children are buried in the plot and it is in the oldest part of Green Mount (before the Catholic part was even around). I have transferred the memorials for the children to you -- I have pictures of all of the children's graves, but you will have to put in some of the dates as I could not read them. The parents are in this plot but do not have markers. If you look closely you will see that they all say "son (or daughter) of Peter and Lou Brandenburger." All of them except the infant are two-sided markers -- really cool!
RE: Woodawn Cemtery Carol---there isn't a Woodlawn Cemetery in London, ON. I'm assuming you must mean Woodland Cemetery on Springbank Drive. You could call their office and ask if your relative is buried there. Hope this helps!
I was at Green Mount yesterday to fulfill some picture requests and looked for the two Brandenburgers you had listed. I could not find the graves -- I was in all but the newest sections. Do you happen to know what section they are buried in?