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Walvoord Cemetery Slideshow

UpdateI have added photos of Walvoord Cemetery that I took on a visit to Cedar Grove in 2003.  The slide show uses controls like a VCR.  To move through the photos more quickly, click the > key.

I hope you enjoy them.  If you have any questions or need a copy of any of these photos, please do not hesitate to ask.  I will (when motivated… yeah right) post some captions with each photo.  Your suggestions are always welcome on how to improve Walvoord History.com.

Updated: April 20, 2012 — 1:54 PM

2 Comments

  1. My paternal grandfather and grand mother are buried in the Walvoord cemetary in Cedar Grove, Wi. They are Dirk Joseph Walford (1854-1903) and Elizabeth Walford (1867-1916) along with Henry infant son 1891 and Arthur-World War Vet 1918? My father was Oscar Walford 1902-1988 and my mother was Dorothy Walford (1903-1990. They are buried in the Wildwood Cemetary in Sheboygan, Wi.
    A thrid counsin once removed advised me that my father Oscar Walford was the grandson of Garret Jan Walford who was married to Hendrika”Henrietta” Harmeling. I find this very confusing. Perhaps you have more info on this. Thank you for your help.

    1. Hi Richard,

      I’ve always wondered about those headstones in Walvoord Cemetery. All I know is that typically “Walford” is an English name. That doesn’t mean that it was not misspelled. If that’s the case, it could be Dutch and related to us. I haven’t run across that name in any other research, but I will try to start looking. If you know of any other clues, please let me know.

      Scott

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