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The cemetery is transcribed on the Hardin County Rootsweb page as well as
other cemeteries in Hardin County. I spent quite a bit of time there taking
pictures of my Ellsworth ancestors and posting them to Find a Grave but if
any of you have a question of an early ancestor being in one of these
cemeteries you should be able to check.
Hi Jim, any idea why some of those in the Elk Grove area went to Eldora?
( Just a side note, there is nothing great about the Curkeet lineage until you get in to it, when you do you find a lot of Wisconsin History, the next time I get down there any chance I could talk to you or your wife and see if any of it is worth doing an article in the society's news letter. By the way, I found where John Curkeet home was in Darlington, it is where your Water Tower is located. As for Darlington's first Mayor ABP Wood's house, it is still standing, I took pictures :)
Regards, Donald E. Curkeet
OPC-Helston, St. Cleer, St. Martin in Meneage-CON
OPC-Newton Ferrers, St. Budeaux, Charles the Martyr, Pennycross-DEV
member of CFHS, SWCS, LCGS, GCGS
From: James Ronnerud <swtsales(a)mhtc.net>
Sent: Tue, June 29, 2010 2:10:01 PM
Subject: Re: [IAHARDIN] Where to find old photos?
I can't help you but I thought that we had something in common.
My ggg-grandfather and mother Ebenezer Marshall are also buried in Eldora.
From: "Donald Curkeet" <cricket_(a)ameritech.net>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2010 4:28 PM
Subject: [IAHARDIN] Where to find old photos?
> For many years I have been searching for photographs of John & Jane
> (MARTIN) CURKEET, does anyone have any ideas?
> John died 1887, Jane died 1894, their bones are resting at the Eldora
> John's obituary say he was a licensed Preacher for Episcopal Methodist,
> his wife Jane took care of their home. I do have a couple old photos of
> members of churches in Cuba City and Belmont, these are located in
> Lafayette Co., Wisconsin, would there be any of the old Methodist Church
> in Eldora?
> Also, the old Methodist records for southwest Wisconsin are archived at
> the Harrmann Library in Platteville Wisconsin, any ideas were the
> Episcopal Methodist records are archived for Hardin County?
> I also spent a good part of a week at the Eldora Public Library going
> through the old newspapers, found a lot of great information but no
> So.....any, any, any ideas where to search for these types of older
> photographs is surly helpful...don CURKEET
> Regards, Donald E. Curkeet
> OPC-Helston, St. Cleer, St. Martin in Meneage-CON
> OPC-Newton Ferrers, St. Budeaux, Charles the Martyr, Pennycross-DEV
> member of CFHS, SWCS, LCGS, GCGS
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