|Ruth Ellen Bartels (#47315485)|
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My roots are from Appanoose county, Iowa, and Perry county, Pennsylvania on my father's side (Hunter, Burkepile) who came from Scotland/Ireland and Germany, respectively. My mother's side (Harper, Gilmour, Taliaferro) included American pioneers from the 1700's who came from Scotland (Harper), Ireland (Gilmour), and England (Taliaferro) who spread to Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois and other states west.|
My husband is descended from the Bartels family of Schaumburg-Lippe, Germany who settled in Saline County, Nebraska; and from the Tatkenhorst family from Oppenwehe in Lubbecke Germany who first settled in Bartholomew County, Indiana and then came to Lincoln County, Kansas.
I have done, and continue to do, research on all the family lines on both my and my husband's side. I have a great deal more information on the family from Lincoln County, Kansas (St. John's and St. Paul's are the churches where they are buried).
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|Margaret Gunn||Conrad Daiber 119133505|
Hi, I forgot if I told you but, I double checked with St. Peter and Paul Church and Conrad is indeed interred there.
|Corinna Harvey-Burton||Delores Henke|
Thanks for letting me know that you created the memorial. I have posted photos to her memorial! So glad I could help you again!
|David M. Habben||Baby 2 Stevens|
Mildred and Baby Stevens are two different people. However, the person who added the photos to both put the same photo on both entries. I don't know why. I didn't add the photos so I couldn't tell you. You may want to contact the person who added the photos.
|Cindy Chitty Creel||David Rosemann|
I spent two days photograhing Sandy Creek Cemetery, I uploaded every headstone I could make out. There are a few funeral home markers and a few headstones that are not readable. His is one that should fall under the funeral home markers, since he died in 2009. You may have to contact the Church to see what plot number, he is. If they can tell you that and who is on either side of him, I would go look again. Do you have a copy of the death cert., perhaps it has a plot #. Or perhaps Charlet. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
|Kathi Lynn King||photos|
you can use any of the photos i have uploaded for you. Kathi
|Kathi Lynn King||Blanchards|
Ruth did the sexton tell you if any of the Blanchards graves were unmarked because I only have a photo for Bertie. It is possible I missed them when I stopped for the day and maybe forgot where I left off when I went back. I think it's add the are all in a Blanchard plot with only one Blanchard marker. If you talk to the sexton again ask him who is buried in the lot and if possible can he tell you if the graves are marked. I have badgered his three times this week so I am hesitant to call him again right now. Let me know because I want to go back and get the rest of them if we can find out if the graves have markers. Kathi
|Kathi Lynn King||Harry|
Hi Ruth I have found Harry but he is in a cemetery I have not photographed. He is buried in Coles Cemetery in Derry. I made his memorial added his obit and his veterans burial card. I will transfer it to you. Kathi
|Kathi Lynn King||Blanchard|
Hi Bertie Blanchard is the only Blanchard I have a photo for in Monongahela. Bertie E. Blanchard 1873-1921. Is that the one you are looking for?
|Beth O'Brien||RE: John Sheaffer headstone photo|
It is a fireman's helmet. It is a marker for members of the New Bloomfield Fire Department.
|Leona Gustafson||RE: Martin Burkepile gravestone|
You're very welcome, Ruth Ellen. By all means, use the photo on ancestry. The area where Martin is buried is all "charity" single graves. His is one of the few with a marker of any kind.
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