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S Watamaniuk (#46823476)
 member for 10 years, 5 months, 28 days
Hello fellow graver! :) I sent you some edits for people I am researching. If you have a moment, can you check your pending "EDITS" tab on your member page and review and process them for me? Thank you so much for your help. :)

Added by CHANDLER on May 11, 2016 10:06 AM

Rosannah Van Cleve
I will be posting photos of her grave stone. Just wanted to let you know.....

Added by MFC on Sep 09, 2014 4:42 PM

Rosannah Van Cleve
Just wanted you to know that I went back to Hollister Cemetery last week to see if Rosannah's gravestone was legible. There is a large slab face down next to Alexander's grave. I could not turn it on my own, and hope to go back with my husband and tools to help do so. I am almost 100% certain that it is Rosannah's grave marker. We will see...

Added by MFC on Jul 19, 2014 7:29 AM

Hope R.
Bickel -- Cochranton Cemetery
I just added the photos for Harriet and John Bickel in Cochranton Cemetery.


Added by Hope R. on Apr 03, 2014 9:27 AM

Van Cleve
Did you receive the pictures and copy of the page from the book "Cemeteries of Steuben County" that I forwarded to you?

Added by MFC on Jan 19, 2014 10:34 AM

RE: Rosannah Van Cleve
How fun to know that I have had a small part in your successful research!!

I saw in the 1850 census that Alexander and Rosannah had four children: Rebecca, John, William and George. From whom do you descend?

Added by MFC on Jan 12, 2014 1:00 PM

RE: Rosannah Van Cleve
Good news Sheila! According to the records I found, Alexander is also buried at Hollister Cemetery. I have created a memorial for him. I can hopefully visit Hollister in the next few days. I am hoping that their markers still exist as the readings for the cemetery were done 25 + years ago.

Added by MFC on Jan 11, 2014 8:02 PM

Cheri Rupert Mattox
Van Cleave family
Although I can't get to the Hollister cemetery I think you'll be happy to hear that Rosannah H. is listed in the Steuben Co. Cemetery book. On the monument side of George W. who died 12 Mar 1862. Note: Son of Alexander B. And Rosannah H. Van Cleave. His inscription, with that of a brother, John H., is on the monument of their mother, Rosannah H. Both sons are marked, " Union Soldiers of the Rebellion"

Rosannah died "July 19, 1888 ae 79y. 3m. 5d"

Hopefully, myself or someone can get a picture when the snow goes away. Cheri

Added by Cheri Rupert Mattox on Dec 30, 2013 6:43 AM

Linda Kaye Cope Lanier
Henry H. Strong
In your info on Henry H. Strong, you stated that you were not sure that he was really buried at Sallee Cemetery, Ozark Co. MO and would like confirmation on this. I have a manuscript entitled "Family Tree of Henry Harrison Strong of Kentucky and Missouri" compiled by Leo and Lois Strong in 1979. In the manuscript there is a two-page bio on the life of Henry Harrison Strong. It states that when he died he was buried in Sallee Cemetery in Ozark County, MO.

I am not a descendant of Henry Harrison Strong. My ggg-grandfather was William Blackburn Strong, an older brother of Henry Harrison Strong.

Hope this information is helpful to you.

Added by Linda Kaye Cope Lanier on Sep 22, 2012 3:19 PM

Follow up on J.Brown
Hello. I went back down to that cemetery, but there wasn't any near or around his with the names Brown or Patterson. If you find they are for sure there or at another, just let me know and I will look for you. Sorry I couldn't locate them.

Added by jsmi81 on Apr 24, 2012 5:43 PM

RE: Thanks for the photo
My Pleasure. Will head back in a few days and get the surrounding as well.

Added by jsmi81 on Apr 20, 2012 7:23 AM

Deb Kent
Helen Blackmer and son
Thank you so much for adding the links to their pages and for then transferring the memorials to me.


Added by Deb Kent on Jul 01, 2011 8:57 PM

Theresa Brown
Henry H.Strong
Hello Sheila;
It's been a long time since I've talked to you.One thing I can tell you is that most of
Henry's family is buried in Loftin Cemetery.
Now it doesn't surprise me that he is buried in
Sallee Cemetery.It's just like Henry Brown's father,who is buried in a cemetery in Fremont,
Mo.Speaking of Henry,I seem to have misplaceed
the information I think you sent me concerning his wife & children.Could you send it to me again?There is a cemetery book in the library
here on the cemeteries in Ozark Co.,Mo.I'll
look to make sure that Henry Strong is buried
in the Sallee Cemetery.Take care.


Added by Theresa Brown on Feb 06, 2011 8:02 PM

Theresa Brown
Henry H.Strong

Added by Theresa Brown on Feb 06, 2011 7:55 PM

RE: Louise Guritz Lorimer
I read you message about Louise Guritz Lorimer. I am the one that gave them the information to post. This is what I have on the Guritz Family:

Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Guritz & Caroline Sophie Friederike Brackmann Had the following Children:

Friedrich Guritz b May 11, 1815
Mina Guritz b July 8, 1824
Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Guritz b July 8, 1825
Friedrich August Guritz b September 13, 1830
Sophie Christina Wilhelmina Guritz b June 10, 1833
Friedrich Ludwig Guritz b February 25, 1835
Heinrich Wilhelm Guritz b January 28, 1838
Carl Friedrich Johann Theodor Guritz b no date
August Guritz b no date

The Guritz family is hard to track because of conflicting information, but this is what I have.
Contact me if we are related

Pamela Lorimer

Added by tshay on Jan 30, 2011 11:57 AM

L Winslow
RE: Louise Guritz Lorimer
I have no additional information regarding Louis Guritz, sorry.

Added by L Winslow on Sep 17, 2010 7:00 PM

Mrs Smith
RE: Anna E. Rathbun
Here is the information on the newspaper from the MN Historical Library's catalog - it is interesting to note that publishing was suspended twice due to illness in case you did not have this information:
Title: The Park Region Pioneer.
Publisher: Pelican Rapids, Otter Tail Co., Minn. :A.E. Rathbun,

Published Began inn Dec. 1885? Ceased in 1895?

Current Pub Freq Weekly General Note

Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 2 (Jan. 1, 1886).
Numbering: Suspended Feb.-Mar. 1888 due to scarlet fever in editor's family. Suspended June 1891-Aug. 1894 due to illness.

Addnl Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Minnesota Historical Society. Linking Entry
Note: Continued by Pelican Rapids Blade in Dec. 1891 while Park Region Pioneer was suspended.

Added by Mrs Smith on Jul 09, 2010 2:26 PM

Mrs Smith
RE: Anna E. Rathbun
I am happy to help - I know how hard distance can be when researching family. By the way, the Minnesota Historical Society's library a fabulous collection of Minnesota newspapers on microfilm - I checked the database and it says they have every issue printed on film.

Added by Mrs Smith on Jul 09, 2010 2:19 PM

RE: Theodore G. Klein
Hi Sheila,

No I am not related. His obituary was on the same page as on of my ancestors and I posted all of them hoping that they might be a help to someone.


Added by Jane on May 29, 2010 11:35 AM

RE: Photo for Roger Buchta
You're welcome. I added several other Buchta's at Vang also. I can transfer them to you if you'd like.

Added by DaveVangsness on Nov 02, 2009 4:22 PM

Tonya & Keith Tetidrick
RE: Joseph Irwin
You're very welcome. Glad to help.

Added by Tonya & Keith Tetidrick on Oct 01, 2009 3:10 PM

Barry Stevens
Norvelle Stevens

Thanks for your message. From what you've told me I don't think this Norvelle is the one I'm looking for. I appreciate you taking the time to dig a liitle. I guess I'll continue on her trail...maybe I'll find her one day.

Thanks again...


Added by Barry Stevens on Sep 25, 2009 5:40 AM

Barry Stevens
Norvelle M Stevens 13858810
Are you related to this individual or know anything about the person in this memorial that you created in 2006?

I have a Norvell Stevens, born approximately 1918 in Ohio, but I have no other information. I recognize the birth dates are a little off, but there aren't many Norvell(e) Stevens' around.

Would love to know if you have a connection and could share information.

Regards, Barry

Added by Barry Stevens on Sep 12, 2009 7:33 PM

jim gillis
Irwin family
I will take your photo(s) for you later on, spring! Someone though may beat me to it if they don't mind the cold and changing weather. If you have not been to the Parke County IN website below is the link/address for it. It is a great site and you will find all kinds of information on Parke County residents, including Bios, census, deaths, births, marriages, obituary indexes, etc, etc. You can do a search on a name and get results quickly too (on the website).

The following link will take you to a website that has all the cemeteries in Parke County and shows you who is buried there if they have a stone.

Sure this will be a great help if you are not aware of it. Jim

Added by jim gillis on Feb 10, 2009 11:19 AM


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