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Karla Von Fumetti Staudt (#46956582)
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Lisa Arm Schweiger
RE: Minerva (Sippy) Manley
Thank you Karla,

I'm not sure either. I had her in 1880 like you said in Iowa, but I found a Dodge County, Wisconsin 1890 census indicating a Minerva Manley. Unfortunately it is from ancestry.com without an actual document attached so there are birth dates or other information. I'm not certain if one of her sons married a Minerva so it may not be her. I had found her husband Menzes in the Sextonville Cemetery so was hoping perhaps she was there too.

I will keep your information and keep looking!

Thank you so much :)

Lisa

Added by Lisa Arm Schweiger on Jul 08, 2014 9:55 AM

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Cheryl Ayres
Russell Robert Shookman
I can only tell you there is only these 3 Shookmans in this cemetery. The Vernon Co. Inscription CD has them grouped together which they do in family situations or proximity to graves. He may have been an infant or stillborn. I hate that the 1920 census doesn't have how many children had & how many living, this would be key in this situation. All I can tell you, you may have to contact the Vernon Co. Courthouse to see if there is a birth or death for him. He would have to born after 1910 & before 1914

Added by Cheryl Ayres on Nov 15, 2012 1:42 AM

 
 

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