|grammy||RE: Ralph N. Werner|
Thank you - yes all corrections have been made - how did you find the date of birth for Ralph L Werner?? Just a question - sure you are right!!! It was a tragic accident he was involved in -- sometimes when doing this, I forget how they got there - Thanks Again , Ann
Added by grammy on Oct 23, 2014 8:13 AM
|Oswko||Bernard Karg Memorial|
I traveled to Indiana looking for this stone but did not find it in the Holy Family cemetery in Oldenburg, IN while I was searching during the summer of 2013. Not only was this photo added recently, but a birthplace in Germany was added as well as a specific birthdate. Is it possible to share the source of the birthplace and birthdate for Bernard Karg? I am extremely grateful for this information as Bernard is my gg-grandfather on my mother's side. Thank you so much!
Added by Oswko on Sep 23, 2014 9:36 PM
|Happy Di||Mary E. Sellmeyer|
Thanks for the additional information.
Mary's husband (John Henry Sellmeyer) is buried in St George Cemetery, Knobel, AR.
Added by Happy Di on Sep 22, 2014 2:31 PM
|Libby||RE: Elizabeth Burgermeister|
It is confusing. Her husband was August Burgermeister, but his birthdate was 1860. I haven't actually found his death date or location yet. I expect he is buried with his second wife Anna.
Added by Libby on Jul 31, 2014 1:31 AM
|Mike Porter||RE: Clem Bessler|
For $5 you can sponsor the memorial and add up to 20 pictures.
Added by Mike Porter on Jun 23, 2014 7:17 PM
|Mike Porter||Clem Bessler|
I can not add the veterans marker picture to his memorial because there are already 5 pictures added. The maximum has been reached. Sorry, Mike
Added by Mike Porter on Jun 23, 2014 6:18 PM
|Mike Porter||Angela Burst|
Thanks for the info. I made the updates to her memorial.
Added by Mike Porter on May 11, 2014 11:38 AM
|Mike Porter||Holy Family|
I did take pictures of many of the old stones. I will send them to you in the near future to see if you can identify any. I still have a long way to go on posting pictures. That was a larger cemetery than I remembered. There also must be several thousand nuns buried in the cemetery nearby.
Added by Mike Porter on May 06, 2014 6:52 PM
Thank you for finding Emma Sellmeyer's date of bieth in Holy Family records and for your time and effort. My problem now is that I have a younger sister Clara Fredrica Sellmeyer born in Aug 1882. That would make 5 months between births.
Added by Happy Di on Apr 18, 2014 12:23 PM
|Todd Whitesides||Memorial Edits|
If you use the edit tab on the top right corner of the memorial that you want modified it makes it a much quicker process than fumbling through various links. This works for links to parents and spouses, plot information, vital dates, and places. Thanks, Patrizia.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Apr 17, 2014 11:47 AM
|Todd Whitesides||Bio Additions|
I'm saving your requests that I can't address immediately. I've been without a PC since December, using only a tablet at home. I'm hopefully getting the new computer up and running today but it may take me a while to get to all the bio additions. Thanks for understanding the delay.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Apr 16, 2014 9:18 AM
|Happy Di||John Ortman|
The Ortman you have referenced is said to have died in 1966.
My John Ortman was married in 1865. I don't believe this is my Jhon unless there is an error in the posting.
I appreciate your help.
Added by Happy Di on Apr 05, 2014 3:54 PM
|John Dietrich||Mariane Kleiss Clementz|
My great grandmother, Katherine Clementz, was the granddaughter of Mariane Kleiss Clementz through her son Michael (1842). Thank you for the biography of Mariane, it really brought her and the family to life for us.
We live in Utah and will be travelling to Oldenburg, IN later this month, and I wondered if any of the Kleiss or Clementz family members still live in the town? If you or others live there, I would enjoy getting together to learn more of the family heritage.
Thank you again,
Added by John Dietrich on Apr 05, 2014 1:23 PM
|Rick Harris||RE: Warren A. Brown|
Picture added to Dorothy (Brown) Strickland.
Added by Rick Harris on Mar 27, 2014 9:24 PM
Great grandmother was Filomena Waecther,
daughter of Eberhard and Maria Elizabeth Krumplebeck.
Filomena married Bernard Antonius Dahmus 28 May 1865 in Oldenburg, IN. They had 14 children and an adopted son. Filomena died 1 Dec 1912 in Knobel, Clay Co, AR and is buried in St. George Cemetery. Her husband died 26 Feb 1897 in Oldenburg and I believe he is buried Holy Family Cemetery.
Added by Happy Di on Mar 25, 2014 3:29 PM
My primary names of interest at Holy Family are Sellmeyer, Dahmus/Damhus, Waechter, Haverkamp. All Sellmeyer and Dahmus are relatives of mine.
I can't answer your question about Bernard Haverkamp and sugest that you not delete any memorials. I live in CA and will probably never get to Oldenburg. Thanks for all your efforts.
Happy Di at Happydi@aol.com
Added by Happy Di on Mar 24, 2014 6:14 PM
|Carol Roberts||Martin Glowka|
Thank you so much. It worked perfectly - and, I am so happy to do this for my second great-grandfather. And, thank you for all the work that you've done for Findagrave.
Added by Carol Roberts on Mar 20, 2014 6:04 PM
|Carol Roberts||RE: Martin Glowka|
Thank you so much. If you would like to transfer the management of his memorial to me, I would be more than happy to take care of it.
Added by Carol Roberts on Mar 17, 2014 6:21 PM
Thanks again for the info. I made the updates and links.
Added by Mike Porter on Mar 11, 2014 6:06 AM
|Marilyn Diaz||Mary Strickland|
As per your request, she has been connected to her parents.
Added by Marilyn Diaz on Mar 07, 2014 8:25 PM
|Michael Hague||Mary E Brown|
Liked Mary to her husband and added your bio information. Thanks... Michael
Added by Michael Hague on Mar 07, 2014 6:13 PM
|Mike Porter||Johann Bessler|
Thanks for the info. I added the bio.
Added by Mike Porter on Mar 04, 2014 9:09 AM
|Calvin N. Harrub, III||MARCUS M HARRUB|
It looks like you have uncovered one of the roots of the Harrub family. A few of our ancestors left the Plymouth / Plympton, MA area and went west to seek their fortunes. There are about a dozen of us who now bear this unusual name and trace our heritage back to the Mayflower. My grandfather Calvin N Harrub, graduated from MIT and set up an engineering business in Nashville, TN. My father followed in his footsteps and was a civil engineer with the N C & St L railroad, then the L & N. I jumped the track, earned degrees at Vanderbilt and am now a retired United Methodist pastor. I am Calvin N. Harrub, III. My sister, Betty Epps, has done rather extensive research on our family and might have information you would find useful. Obviously, we are kin to Marcus although it is a very distant kinship.
You might contact me at email@example.com
Added by Calvin N. Harrub, III on Dec 06, 2013 10:08 AM
memorial #92376853 Name should be Gamstetter - please link to her father Ferdinand #38110771
also memorial #92376821 should be Frances Eder Gamstetter
Thanks for all your Find A Grave work
Added by M Dickhoff on Nov 05, 2013 9:30 PM
|Darrell and Joan Mansur||RE: Abby Mansur|
You are Welcome, Patrizia!
Added by Darrell and Joan Mansur on Oct 27, 2013 3:02 PM