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Chris (#47566558)
 member for 5 years, 4 months, 17 days
Rae Davis Vogler
RE: William and Lerna Skeels
You're welcome. The site you chose for burial is correct. I provided more info as well under the edits tab for Mae. Still working on William.

Added by Rae Davis Vogler on Sep 20, 2014 8:11 PM

j a jahnke
RE: Peleg and Mary Woodworth
Anna is also here at Find A Grave Memorial# 27768145 and I left message for the owner

Added by j a jahnke on Jun 30, 2013 11:14 PM

j a jahnke
RE: Peleg and Mary Woodworth
ezekiel is alredy here at Find A Grave Memorial# 36676476 i'll send your links to the owner.

Added by j a jahnke on Jun 30, 2013 10:56 PM

Christi Paschen
Christian P Paschen
Birth: 1884, USA
Death: Dec. 31, 1954
Cook County
Illinois, USA

Family links:
Christian Paschen (1851 - 1908)
Theresa Boney Paschen (1856 - 1938)

Bessie Swanson Paschen (1884 - 1913)
Annette B. Anderson Paschen (1885 - 1934)

Christian Peter Paschen (1918 - 1967)*

*Calculated relationship

Graceland Cemetery
Cook County
Illinois, USA
Plot: Bellevue, Lot 444

My dad was Christian Peter Paschen III, son of this Christian P Paschen and Annette Anderson Paschen. This Christian Paschen had 3 wives and also had another child named Theresa by Bessie Swanson Paschen. Wife # 3 was called Crystal Carmichael. Theresa Paschen later married and had a couple of sons. Her married last name was Heinzelman. Christian Peter Paschen III married 5 times. My mother was wife #4 Marilyn Frances McMahon, and wife #5 was Constance Pappadopoulis Gerstein. I also have a sister from #4 wife Marilyn McMahon also named Marilyn Frances Paschen. My dad Christian Peter Paschen III was the family historian until his death 10/18/1967.

Added by Christi Paschen on Jun 06, 2013 2:54 AM

S. Paschen
RE: Paschen genealogy
I understand.So,I sent you 'an e-mail,F.Y.I. -Feel free to message back if you like.

Added by S. Paschen on Mar 05, 2013 3:55 AM

S. Paschen
RE: Paschen family genealogy
Hi,Chris.Well,I must start off by mentioning that I just came across Find a Grave last evening.Thus, I'm new to this.Off hand,my grandmother, is Grace Paschen,Grandfather-Franklin(Frank) Paschen.My Father is Frank H. Paschen, of F.H.P. construction. My mother,is Melinda Paschen.Yet,my parents have long since seperated.My Unlcle Harry Paschen passed away in Feb. of 1992. Pachen Family resting place being Graceland cemetary. There are many others that have passed that I could mention,& I came across on here since last evening,yet,I will close for now. P.S.-Might I ask if you are a Paschen. Again,bare with me,I'm new to this site.

Added by S. Paschen on Mar 04, 2013 9:39 AM

S. Paschen
Thank you for what you have added in regards to my Family.I just came across here,this site,about 2 nights ago.Again,thank you. -Sar.

Added by S. Paschen on Mar 04, 2013 7:33 AM

Pat Daignault
Michial Hudson
Hj Guys! I was wondering if you have a copy of Mike's obit.? I really hate to ask Vicki or Judi they both seem like they are having a hard time. Thanks!


Added by Pat Daignault on Nov 26, 2012 10:28 PM

Pat Daignault
Sharon and Mable
Just was notifed that some one took the pic of Grandpa and Grandma's grave stone. Just thought you would like to know

Added by Pat Daignault on May 26, 2012 10:31 AM

Steve Seim
RE: Brensike family
You're very welcome. Please note that I located a few other Panzers as well (two of which I still need to complete some research on), as well as Hulda's parents.

Added by Steve Seim on May 25, 2012 2:18 PM

pamela west
Peleg and Mary Tyrell Woodworth
Hi, Chris. I added James to both their pages. You created a virtual cemetery; no luck in finding their graves, I take it.

I haven't gone back further than James Woodworth.....can't wait to start on that project.


Added by pamela west on May 17, 2012 12:51 PM

Joanne Morehouse
RE: Ferdinand Brensike
You're quite welcome, I was happy to help. The monument is in such nice condition I wonder if it was replaced at some time. It's a very nice tribute to Ferdinand. Joanne

Added by Joanne Morehouse on Mar 30, 2012 3:47 PM

Grace Rhodes
I have no relationship with Grace. The memorial is because I was photographing all of Wakeman Cem.

Added by DonH on Mar 26, 2012 10:19 AM

Tami M.
RE: Sidney and Alice Woodworth
I know how exciting it can be to find new information about past relatives. Glad I could fulfil your request and hopefully provide some links to new discoveries for you! Tami

Added by Tami M. on Mar 20, 2012 8:15 PM

Pat Daignault
Grandpa Hudson
I just found the pic of Grandpa Hudson boy is he young.

Added by Pat Daignault on Jan 15, 2012 4:55 PM

Pat Daignault
Grandma Hudson's Pic
Thanks so much for the pic of Grandma Hudson! Where did you find it? Is there any picures of my Dad, Chuck. I don't have but one of him and am dieing to find more. I would also love to have one of Grandpa Hudson! and I would love to have Pic of any of the Family. again thanks for what you have given?!

Added by Pat Daignault on Jan 15, 2012 4:53 PM

Rick Keck
RE: Friend/Paschen
Glad I could help.

Added by Rick Keck on Dec 02, 2011 8:28 PM

Sam Gindy
RE: Association Cemetery pictures
Your welcome Chris. I'm glad I could help you. Yes, there are many old gravestones in this cemetery. Many are so old you cannot even read them anymore, and the top halves of some are either broken, or missing completely. I did not use any photo software to enhance the gravestones to make them legible. I prefer actual photos, so you can see exactly as they look as if you were standing there yourself.

Added by Sam Gindy on Nov 15, 2011 8:41 AM

Chris, See Mapha's memorial. I was curious so looked her up. I bet there is no memorial, but will still look for one.

Added by LV BRMNS on Nov 06, 2011 7:05 AM

RE: George, Anna, Robert Woodworth
You are very welcome. It got dark on me so I didn't have a chance to look for your Mapha, but plan on going out again in the next couple weeks.
Hope there is a memorial.

Added by LV BRMNS on Nov 06, 2011 5:55 AM

joann thompson
RE: Coopers
The first row, from left to right, were Esther, facing east, then the large marker for Wm. T. and Mary A (facing east), the two small markers at the back of the monument were both facing west (I could feel some writing but couldn't tell what it said...almost weathered away), then next to Wm. and Mary was Mary C's marker (facing west, wife of Wm F on her marker). Next to Mary was an empty spot without a marker. Then directly behind Wm. T. and Mary A. was the broken monument for Wm. Cartwright (no F. on his marker, just Wm.) and next to the broken marker is John Cartwright, both of these markers are facing east. Hope this helps!

Added by joann thompson on Nov 01, 2011 7:51 PM

RE: Henry F. Spooner

Glad I could help. Linda

Added by Linda on Oct 30, 2011 2:32 PM

Pat Daignault
Sorry Chris I am so new at this I didn't relize you have to be dead to be on here!

Added by Pat Daignault on Oct 03, 2011 11:29 PM

Pat Daignault
You aremissing one of the sons of Sharron and Mable Hudson. Sharron Hudson Jr

Added by Pat Daignault on Oct 03, 2011 9:50 PM

the transfer of your grandmothers memorial has been done.

Added by momof5boys on Sep 18, 2011 8:38 AM


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