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Sherry (#46585091)
 member for 12 years, 6 months, 21 days
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Doug
Neudauers
Hi Sherri. I am a Neudauer I noticed that you left flowers on FindaGrave for all of my ancestors. Thank you for the kindness. I also saw that you may be from Roseville, MN. I just joined the BurgenlandBunch.com and found that a lady named Mary Short, from Roseville, was also a member and searching for Neudauer, Mullner, and Trummer, all my ancestors. Perchance do you know Mary and how I can contact her?
Kindest regards
Douglas (Neudauer) Drake 916 212 4490
you can get my email at hsba.org

Added by Doug on Feb 01, 2016 12:20 AM

Kathy Lyttle
gear or geer line
Hello, I am from Nancy Gear Cutler. If you could help me on her. I think she died after gaving birth to her son. Cause she is no where to be found if you could help me Thanks so much Kathy Lyttle

Added by Kathy Lyttle on Jan 14, 2016 11:39 AM

Love Always, Renee
Christmas Blessings
Wishing for you, a very blessed Christmas and Peaceful New Year.

Added by Love Always, Renee on Dec 19, 2015 1:00 PM

Love Always, Renee
Thanksgiving Blessings
Wishing you and your family a special day of thanks.

Added by Love Always, Renee on Nov 26, 2015 4:28 AM

Tom Denardo
RE: Mayta
if you do not request the other Mayta photos this week, I will delete them from my phone.

Added by Tom Denardo on Nov 12, 2015 4:36 AM

Judie
The Hills
Went to the cemetery in Neosho this morning. I think I found Mother Hill's grave. There is a stone between James Hill and Katie Hill Morgans that just has Mother on it. I will go back and clean the stone and take a photo of the stone and area around it. Did not find a stone for Julius but am positive that we have the right cemetery.

Added by Judie on Oct 26, 2015 11:34 AM

Judie
RE: The Hills
I think it is the correct cemetery. It is the only one within the city. It may be a few days before I hear any thing about the records but will let you know if I find out anything.

I think we have found information on the places of death for the 10 children that we have names for.

Thanks for letting me help you with this family. I have been working on the IOOF for several years and have often wondered about who Katie Hill Morgans, M.D., was, now I know.

Added by Judie on Oct 17, 2015 5:57 PM

Judie
RE: The Hills
Stopped by the cemetery and talked to the person who has records for the cemetery on my way to the library. He said he would check his records and let me know.

Went to the library and looked at the obits on file. Found some obits. I will send them to the memorials to be added to the bios.

Found some information in a DeBault family file about Orvan Albert Hill. He was born 1 Aug 1882 in Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas and died 15 February 15, 1948 in Bexar County, Texas, and is buried in Mission Burial Park, San Antonia, Bexar County, Texas according to Texas Death Index #5594.

The file also said that Orvan and Ivan were twins. Kansas State Census Collection 1855-1925 agrees with that fact.

Added by Judie on Oct 16, 2015 8:23 PM

Judie
RE: The Hills
I think the parents are buried in Neosho IOOF also. I also think Julian's mother, Lavina Hill, and his brother, William A. Hill, are buried there also. I am planning on going to the cemetery tomorrow.

Added by Judie on Oct 16, 2015 8:21 AM

Judie
RE: The Hills
I think I found another daughter, Vina Hill, died Dec. 17 1903, age 22 yrs 8 ms 18 ds. From a census record Luvina was born March 1881, if I counted it right, her birth date would be March 30, 1883.

I think Kate and her husband, Leland Morgans, were in New Mexico because of her health, tubercoulsis. I think she is buried in the IOOF at Neosho. It was common practice for bodies to be returned home to be buried. Kate had a daughter, Dolly E. Found residence for Leland as a lecturer at a hospital in Bexar County, Texas later in life.

If my memory is correct, there are are lot of unmarked graves around her stone. I will try to get back to the cemetery in the next few days and walk that area again to see if I can find any signs of stones. The is an office in the cemetery but it isn't manned. The records are not organized. I will try to find someone to help. I will also go to the library and check to see if I can find any records there.

Also found a burial record on Find A Grave for George Hill in Delaware County, Oklahoma. He had married Ida Savage. His memorial #27433554.

Gertrude (Hill) McSpedden was born 30 May 1879 in Kansas and died 23 Oct 1959 in Los Angeles County, California. No memorial found. Her ex-husband, William McSpedden, in buried in TN.
Memorial #101490836

James Hill is buried in Neosho IOOF Cemetery. His memorial is #22948970 His death certificate 8479, has J.H. and Hester as parents but lists burial as IOOF by an undertaker in Liberty, MO

Ivan Hill was born 1 Aug 1883 in Kansas and died 17 May 1985 in Los Angeles County, CA. No memorial found

Added by Judie on Oct 14, 2015 7:49 PM

J. Rubio
RE: Elna Zimmerman
So sorry, just saw your message. It could be. I'll have to double check her info on the family.

Added by J. Rubio on Oct 13, 2015 11:15 PM

Judie
RE: The Hills
Sherry,
Do you know if Katie Hill's name was Lena Kate Hills? I just found that Lena Kate Hill married Leland Morgans in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, on 15 July 1905. There is a memorial in Neosho IOOF Cemetery that has on the name Katie Hill Morgans, M.D, on it, no dates, It has bugged me long enough because it has no info. I am certain that this is Katie Hill born abt.1877 in Kansas. The Lena Kate mentioned about was a physician. She died 11 March 1913 in Roswell, New Mexico, cause of death injury, lung, tubercolosis.

Added by Judie on Oct 13, 2015 5:47 PM

Judie
RE: The Hills
Roseberry, Frances Louise "Fannie" Hill
b. Apr. 26, 1875 d. Dec. 13, 1944
Memorial #65139710

I think I found one of the girls, do you have this one? The memorial is mine but will transfer it to you if you make a request.

Added by Judie on Oct 13, 2015 3:26 PM

Judie
RE: The Hills
The Odd Fellow/IOOF Cemetery is a large cemetery in Neosho. It covers about 30 acres. If the son is buried there, most likely the parents are too. There are a lot of unmarked graves in the cemetery. I have walked it several times taking photos but have not completely photographed every grave yet. I have noticed that the MO death certificates in early 1900's list the place of burial as Neosho Cemetery. I have found some of these burials to be in Odd Fellows, Gibson and New Salem Cemeteries. I will try to go the the library and check some funeral home books and cemeteries books to see if I can find out more on the Hills.

Added by Judie on Oct 11, 2015 12:56 PM

Fred Grunwald
RE: Barrab photo
You are most welcome!! Fred

Added by Fred Grunwald on Oct 10, 2015 5:03 PM

Ryan Shields
Thank You So Much!!!!
Hi Sherry, I really appreciate you leaving virtual flowers for my Grandfather, Earl Mervil Shields. If there's any information about my Branch of the Shields Family I can help you with let me know. I'm trying to find out more myself. Again, Thank You Very Much!

All the Best,
Ryan Shields

Added by Ryan Shields on Oct 03, 2015 11:17 PM

Sandra Meyer
Arthur Emanuel Mord, Esther Larson Mord and daughterr Arlise Mord Stanley
We are searching for living descendants of these folks a Troy Sally Hanson purchased a cedar chest at an estate sale and found a hidden drawer in it with a birth certificate, marriage license and personal love letters in it! They would like to return them to the family! Troy Sally Hanson is on Facebook in Sioux City, Iowa.

Added by Sandra Meyer on Sep 28, 2015 2:47 PM

Michael Stanley Klimczak
RE: Re: Jan Kral
Oh, okay. No problem. Thanks for the reply.

Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Sep 26, 2015 10:51 PM

Michael Stanley Klimczak
Re: Jan Kral
Hi Sherry,

I noticed you left a flower on memorial 143235992. Are you related to Jan Kral? He's my 3rd great-grandfather.

Mike

Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Sep 26, 2015 8:23 AM

J. Rubio
RE: Elna Zimmerman
I wanted to know if I can use your photo again, but this time for my upcoming book surrounding various women's stories who have been forgotten in time. I would love to use your photo of her grave for the end of her chapter. Please let me know and when it comes out I would be happy to send you a copy of the book for free! :-)

Added by J. Rubio on Sep 23, 2015 1:01 PM

Gerry Stanley
Minnie St. Clair Thomason
It was brought to my attention that I have duplicated a memorial of Minnie that you entered back in 2004. The # of my duplicate is 63067979. Minnie is not exactly direct line but she was the sister of my Grandmother, Myra Lea St. Clair Lefholz which makes her my Grand Aunt. I would appreciate a transfer if you're willing to do that. My Find A Grave # is 47287035. If you'd rather keep her just let me know so we can work out the details. Thank you.

Added by Gerry Stanley on Sep 22, 2015 6:08 AM

weirich
Hill Family in Tarkio
Thanks for the message. I have updated Anna's memorial page. It looks like I need to update several more too and link them together. I'll get that done in the next day or two. Are you related to the Hills buried in Home Cemetery? George Garrett Hill and Malissa Catherine Mayes are my husband's great-great grandparents.

Last week I asked Grandma if either of her grandfathers, Andrew Shiell or George Gear, had any brothers or sisters. She said George had a brother named Will. Not sure if that's true or if she had them mixed up and was talking about Ben Gear's brother Will. Have you found anything on George Gear's or Andrew Shiell's siblings?

Added by weirich on Sep 12, 2015 9:22 PM

Fay Dean Ragsdale
Aggans/Allen correction
Thank you very much for the information on the correct cemetery for Opal L Aggans-Allen and her husband Clyde V Allen. I have placed them in Broooking Cemetery. I hope I did it correctly. If I didn't, can you please suggest a better way in case I run into this in the future?
The only way I could figure out to do it was to delete them from the incorrect place and reenter them in the new place. I am not sure that is how it is done. Please advise.
By the way, how did you know so quickly?
Sincerely, Fay

Added by Fay Dean Ragsdale on Sep 02, 2015 4:37 AM

B. Meales
Hill Family
I made the additions you contributed, thank you. I believe D. K. means -don't know-

Added by B. Meales on Aug 27, 2015 8:19 AM

Joni (Hedrick) Dietz
RE: Roggy
Your very welcome, Sherry! I'm always happy to help a fellow member. :)

Added by Joni (Hedrick) Dietz on Aug 18, 2015 9:29 PM

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