|Kathleen Giusti (#46789519)|
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I am interested in exchanging family history information. Every entry, sponsorship, or virtual flower is a name I am actively researching. If you see any omissions or errors in any of my entries I would appreciate hearing from you. I am happy to make corrections or additions to the memorials.|
Also, I am always looking for family photos. If you have any photos of the people I am researching I would LOVE to hear from you.
Please email me at KGiusti639@aol.com with Find A Grave or the family name, so I receive it and it doesn't end up in my spam folder. Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you.
Take Care, Kathleen
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|Robert Fitch||Perry J Young|
His wife is buried next to him. She is listed as:
Emma V Young 1892 - 1964
|B.G. Wiehle||John Bannon at Avondale|
I apologize. I uploaded the Avondale Cemetery photos I took today in Stratford, including fulfilling your request, and when I looked at the memorial page, I realized I had take pictures of the wrong John Bannon's grave [d. 1959, with wife Mary Brown]. I will put your John on my list to re-do ASAP. Let me know if you do want to other John's pictures.
|Jean Boling||RE: Seyferth Photo|
I have emailed you directly with the names of other Seyferths I have photos for.
I am also a decendent of Henry Whitfield. I'd love to share information with you. Please contact me at email@example.com
|LBS||RE: Oswald Luebkemann|
Kathleen, You're most welcome. It's an honor. Loretta
Added by LBS on Apr 08, 2013 5:47 PM
|James Seidelman||Cutters in Oswego IL|
Hi, I've been adding obits from 1910-1915 to the Oswego Township Cemetery. I'm not related, but grew up in Oswego from 1941 to 1969 when I moved to California. I have relatives buried in that cemetery.
Please let me know if you are at all interested in actual photos of Bernard & Mary (Yahnke) Baumann. Dismantling belongings in the home of Mary's brother and have many photos of Bernard and Mary (several are framed). Mary & Bernard had no children.
|Jerry Simmons||Solomon Leonard line|
Kathleen: I'm a Findagrave member, and I routinely search the database for "my Leonards" who are descendants of Solomon Leonard. Solomon Leonard was born in Monmouthshire, Wales/England, ca. 1610, and came to Bridgewater, Mass., via Holland and via Plymouth, Mass., in 1629. I follow my line down from Solomon's sons ... Jacob, 2 Joseph Leonards, 2 Dan Leonards, then finally Simeon Leonard (b. Oct. 18, 1781, Ware, Mass.; d. July 14, 1859, Wallingford, Vt.). His memorial his here in Findagrave. This Simeon had a son, Orange Leonard (b. 1834, Wallingford, Vt.-d. unknown). Orange Leonard is my great-great grandfather. He was in Maine during the Civil War and served as a U.S. mariner. During and after the war, Orange was a cod fisherman on the schooners Decatur and Diamond out of Tremont, Maine. According to the federal census, he moved his family from Maine to Bucksport, S.C., sometime between ca. 1870 and ca. 1877, probably to follow the Buck Family (also from Maine) to work in their ship building venture in Bucksport. My great-grandfather, Charles Albert Leonard was born in S.C. in 1879. His son, Charles Orange Leonard, is my maternal grandfather. All of Orange's sons worked as mariners, seamen, fishermen, or boat pilots. My grandfather, C.O. as he was always called, was a motor ferry pilot in Georgetown, S.C., until the WPA build Pee-Dee River bridge, and put him out of work. C.O. moved his family to Pot Wentworth, Ga., very near Savannah, where my mother was born, and where I was born.
The greatest missing puzzle piece in this story is the resting place of Orange Leonard and his wife Elizabeth. They last appear on the 1880 Federal Census for Horry County, Bucks Township, S.C., then nothing after that. I gather from this that they both died some time between 1880 and 1890, but I can't (after several years of exhausting every available S.C. resource) find any documentation about their deaths or burials. Because Orange was a life-long mariner, my guess is that he may have been lost at sea. For Elizabeth, I have no such theory. My only next step for them is to find obituaries in the old Bucksport are newspapers, but that has been an endurance test as the are few historical societies with newspaper resources in Horry County. So the quest continues.
If you have any information about these Leonards, I'm eager to learn about it. Thanks, Charles "Jerry Simmons (I'm named after my grandfather, Charles Orange Leonard)
I would love to exchange information with you on the Cole family but your email doesn't work anymore. I hope you have a new email you can share. Jackie
|Scott McManimen||John Colbroock De Koker, Sr & wife|
I can add anything you need... Thank you
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