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Teresa D (#47315540)
 member for 6 years, 3 months, 23 days
RE: Melvin Icenogle
You are very welcome - it was a pleasure.

Added by Penchance on Oct 20, 2016 1:57 PM

RE: Mildred Eisnaugle
You're welcome.

Added by Connie on Oct 08, 2016 6:33 AM

Gail (Icenogle) Lewis
RE: Susie Margaret Icenogle Gray (6648654)
Hi Teresa. A long time ago you asked me to make sense changs to Susie's entry. I will see what my notes say and see if I can fix it. Sorry this takes me so long, I'm usually just off and on the site.
Do you know much about her parents?

Added by Gail (Icenogle) Lewis on Sep 23, 2016 4:19 PM

RE: Henry Leonard Dorey
Hi I am not related to the Dorey family just an old lady with lots of time for genealogy. K

Added by Kathryn on Jul 23, 2016 5:57 AM

Mount Hope Cemetery
I also have relatives buried there. I'm originally from Chicago and my ancestors in this cemetery have the names Finch and Klein (nee Anderson).

Thanks for adding more to the bio.


Added by Colete on Jul 22, 2016 6:40 PM

Michael Stanley Klimczak
RE: Dorey
Thanks for the reply. Yes, she and I are in contact.

Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Jul 22, 2016 5:54 PM

Michael Stanley Klimczak
Hi Teresa,

Are you related to Lisa Dorey? She's my cousin. Her great-grandfather Walenty Krupa was the older brother to my great-grandmother Katarzyna (married name Warchol).

Mike Klimczak

Added by Michael Stanley Klimczak on Jul 02, 2016 9:05 PM

RE: Memorial 131754148
I found a DOREY tree over on Ancestry that has her in it. Do you own that tree?

Added by Colete on Jun 27, 2016 12:17 PM

RE: Memorial 131754148
He is my 2nd great uncle. Can you link him to his second wife, Lida Ann Holden Fisher? Her memorial number is 6083207.

George married Lida on 23 Apr 1912 in Vigo County, Indiana. They lived in Chicago where Goerge worked for the railroad. Sometime after George's death, Lida returned to Michigan where she died five years after George. She is buried in Clinton County, Michigan, where she was born.

Added by Colete on Jun 27, 2016 10:43 AM

Delbert King
RE: Thornton Vancil Lines
Rachel was the daughter of Rueben and Rachel Vanfossen Thornton. They were married in Ohio and came to Tazewell Co, IL before the 1850 census. Rachel was born in Illinois along with several other children.

The family moved to Greenwood Co, KS in early 1870's after the death of Rachel Vanfossen. Vanfossen has been spelled many different ways.

Three of the children remained in Illinois, Rachel, Susan Jane and George. One died in the civil war, William Nathan, and is buried in Illinois.

If you are interested in knowing more, Look at the Number 8 cemetery, Kansas, Greenwood Co, town of Madison and you will find Rueben Thornton and several of his children. There are links to about all of the children's graves.

Added by Delbert King on May 25, 2016 9:46 AM

Delbert King
RE: Thornton Vancil Lines
I descend from the youngest son, Daniel Webster. Have you ever found anything on the death and burial place of Rueben's wife Rachel Vanfossen? Also, Rachel Thornton Vancil had an older brother George who apparently didn't come to Kansas. Have you ever found anything on him?

Added by Delbert King on May 25, 2016 2:22 AM

Delbert King
Thornton Vancil Lines
I was wondering if your ancestry is either of these two lines. Rachel's father was my Mother's great, great grandfather.

Added by Delbert King on May 24, 2016 7:55 PM

RE: Ruthrauff and others in the plot

Here is the information from the Loudon Park records on the others buried in CC-52:

J.M Schorr and wife: moved on 12/1/1858 from German R. (Reformed?) Burial Ground
Catherine Schorr: buried 10/13/1871 at age 82y
Louisa Schorr: 6/9/1886 @ 80y/7m
Clara B. Gregory: 4/28/1952 @ 95y

The maker for Catherine Schorr agrees with the above dates. The only additional information is that she is the daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Schorr. There is a marker for Louisa Schorr, but it is moss covered and difficult to read. There is a third marker, for John Michael and Elizabeth Schorr which is a bit hard to read. It looks like John Michael died in October of 1834 (maybe 1854?) at the age of 79. Elizabeth died on 7/25/1827? at the age of 66 years, 2 months, 18 days. There is no marker for Clara Gregory.

If these are of interest to you and you wish to create memorials, I can upload the photos.


P.S. I found that Elizabeth, Margaret, and William Ruthrauff are buried in Belmont 313, although there are no markers for them there. There are several members of the Easter family buried there. I gave the information on them to "gardengirl" who is also interested in this family. I will keep you posted as to whether she will be creating memorials. If not, I will send you the information so that you can if you want.

Added by Candeux on May 14, 2016 12:15 PM

RE: Ruthrauff and others in the plot

Here is what I have so far:

James Hamilton Easter: buried 7/6/1901 at age 1y/5m/26d
Mary M. Easter: 12/12/1887 @ 11m
Margaret A. Eakle: 10/15/1896 @ 65y/8m
Frank M. Easter: 7/24/1897 @ 7m/15d

I will have to go back to the records to find the details on the Schorr and Gregory families. There are grave markers for the Schorr family but they are very hard to read, so I don't know how much help they will be. I will assemble what I can from the records and the markers and get back to you.


Added by Candeux on May 08, 2016 4:31 PM

RE: Jacob Angle Ruthrauff

You're quite welcome; sorry there isn't more to see.


Added by Candeux on May 08, 2016 4:20 PM

RE: George Washington Ruthrauff

Sorry, it should have said buried in 7/9/1900. Unfortunately there are no grave markers for the Ruthrauff family. The information I am providing is from the burial records, which only gives the date of burial (actually, date of burial permit) and the age at death. Usually the burial permit date is shortly after the date of death, but sometimes there is a delay. Also, the records from this era are hard to read (I think they were water damaged).


Added by Candeux on May 08, 2016 4:19 PM

Ellen Headington
RE: Blanche Ruthrauff
You are very welcome. Yes it is very hard to rad and the paint is going. It is by itself with some small space between stones.. Ellen Headington

Added by Ellen Headington on May 04, 2016 12:55 PM

Elizabeth Phillips Icenogle
I'm new to this site and Ancestry. I just found a photo of my great-great grandmothers tombstone, cemetery and obituary that you posted. Thank you so much for posting this. It brought a smile to my face.

Added by josie826 on Apr 30, 2016 9:26 PM

Tom H.
RE: Alois Wagner and Clara Koshatka Wagner
You are very welcome. I'm just paying it forward.

Tom H.

Added by Tom H. on Apr 25, 2016 7:45 PM

Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves
RE: William L
You're welcome! I added the secondary photo because it was a little clearer than the original one posted. Take care! -Carolyn

Added by Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves on Apr 25, 2016 7:23 AM

RE: Raymond J. Dorey 139127922
No problem. :-)

Added by RAP on Apr 25, 2016 6:59 AM

RE: Karl A
You are very welcome.

Added by Grandmaeceb on Apr 25, 2016 6:03 AM

Donna White
I have looked through my photos and cannot find them. Let me see if I can go through the drive and repost. Sorry but I cannot figure out what happened yet.

Will get back to you


Added by Donna White on Apr 24, 2016 7:53 PM

Wm. Icenogle
thanks for the info.


Added by Anna on Apr 24, 2016 7:37 PM

Gerald Makosky
RE: 120013511
Thanks Teresa. Wish everyone was so responsive.

Added by Gerald Makosky on Jan 29, 2016 9:30 AM


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