|Lenora C (#47102441)|
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I first started posting only ancestors here on Find A Grave. It soon expanded to friends and strangers. My theory is; someone might be looking for them even if they are not in my family tree. |
Please feel free to contact me about any of the memorials I have posted. I would love to talk to others in my family tree. I am also willing to help the ancestors of the strangers I have posted with any additional information I might have.
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|Alice Leonatti||Ladd Cemetery|
A question about the Ladd Cemetery in Bureau County Illinois. The Find a grave website indicates there are 643 internments at the cemetery. Is that a complete count or are there possibly more there? My husband's great grandparents are buried there according to their death certificates, but are not listed among the burials on the website for Ladd Cemetery. We are going to be in the area in a few weeks and I was hoping to go to the cemetery. They might not have grave stones or the cemetery may not have all graves listed yet. The names are Teresa Bertetto Leonatti 1859-1937 and Besso Leonatti 1854-1937 his full name was Guiseppe Domenico Leonatti but he seemed to use Besso in this country. Just wandering what you might know about the Ladd Cemetery.
|Brett Nelson||Marcello Bianchi|
From genealogy research, I learned yesterday that Marcello Bianchi was my Great-Great-Grand Uncle. His info lead me to the photo of his grave marker and the one for his wife, Ernesta. Thank you for providing the photos. I appreciate it!
I appreciate the recent update--thanks!
Added by HJ on May 08, 2014 5:13 PM
|Shelley Kinsey Adams||David,Rebin, Hortensia Valdez|
Oh,HOW NICE of you to get these for me.I certainly do appreciate your efforts! And I will enjoy them also. Thank you SO much for taking these for me. You were very kind to get them so fast!
|RPFederly||Isaac and Verenda Jane (Warkins) Hubbard|
Just a quick note to thank you for contacting me about connecting a child to her parents. I have taken care of the connection and appreciate your help.
|Ron Weitzel||Elizabeth Croisant Lehn (1889)|
I have a photo of Elizabeth's brother and wife. I only know their last names are Croisant.
I hope that you're familiar with the Croisant genealogy.
|Gail Locey||Eugene R Locey|
I am looking for Eugene R Locey. Born 1860,1876 or possibly 1881. All dates are listed as birth dates. He was my husbands grandfather. In our family we have been told he was born 1860. In the census Eugene lists his parents as Emme Dutter and William H Locey. He also lists his parents as being born in France. I find that Emma and William are listed as being born in Pennsylvania and New York respectively. Yet in many of Eugene's records that I've found he lists Emma and William as parents. Eugene was born in Peoria Illinois and died in Los Angeles calif. in 1947. The story is that he was a painter. He painted railroad stations across the nation and we think it was Union Pacific. His father was also a painter which seems to be true of William H. Locey who he listed as his parent. I can track Eugene in California from 1924 through his death in 1947. He married Marquerite Dewey in 1924. I found one census in 1920 for a Eugene "Lacey", with parents born France not listed as Emma and William. He is listed as married, head of household. There is a woman last name Kirstein, also listed as head of household at the same address. I cannot find a record of a marriage other than Marguerite in 1924. This may or may not be our Eugene.
There is also family story that Eugene's family was involved in the movie industry. Is there anything you might have found in your research that might help me? Could he have been adopted or a relative who was alone? Any stories that might help solve this mystery.
Thank you very much
|HJ||RE: Mildred Quigley Sutcliffe|
I agree, typos are always a possibility, but since she was buried from the Methodist church, unlikely she was buried with Catholics. Thanks for your note!
Added by HJ on Nov 26, 2013 5:53 PM
|Penne Magnusson Hannum||Asaheal Hannum|
Memorial# 14388305..you maintain this memorial..can you give me any details on ancestors of his..I am in search of Don Page Hannum born in 1890 Lostant IL..married to Rose Stumph and divorced and later married a Margaret O'Neal..any help would be appreciated
|HJ||RE: Mildred Quigley Sutcliffe|
Added by HJ on Nov 25, 2013 5:01 PM
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