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MLR, are you related to the Gruntz's?
I have left plot edits on Saint Louis # 2
|Ancestors||RE: Inocenzo Enna|
Ha! Thought I deleted that edit before you got it! Once I hit the edit, I realized it was his wife! Sorry about that.
|Iain MacFarlaine||Anne Owen|
Please accept my apologies for the delay in replying to you about this.
About eighteen months ago, I took a load of photographs in Newtown, connected with Robert Owen and his family. Unfortunately, I never got round to sending them to Find a Grave.
I haven't got the time to do so now, because I am off on my travels again. However, if you don't mind waiting for a month or two, I shall do this, and then I can transfer it to you.
I have made a note of it, so I shan't forget. However, just in case I don't reply, remind me again, although it is probably best to leave this until the middle of February.
All the best,
|Dale Drake||Annette Marie Prudhomme Dahl and family|
Hello! I am the daughter of Rita Mae Thibodeaux, who is the granddaughter of Annette Marie Prudhomme Dahl. I am happy to see that you have posted her information on Findagrave - I'm curious how you know this. We are attempting to find her actual grave site in St. Vincent Cemetery - did you actually visit the cemetery or did you use cemetery records at Lake Lawn?
I have found a photo that had my Daddy's name on it, but it is not him. I compared it to all photos of him. I have a hunch who it might be-was hoping you might be of help.
Added by Judith on Sep 26, 2015 11:56 AM
|Jeff Blakley||Possible spouse|
If you run across a Jan Terburg, I suspect that he might be Agnes' husband. He was a brother of Andries Terburg and they owned a business called Terburg Bros. Co. Jan was born on October 29, 1888 in Holland. Andries anglicized his name to Andrew and moved to Homestead, Florida in about 1927, where he owned a bar. Jan also lived in Homestead for a time - they were in the construction business. Jan's WWII draft card shows that he worked for Latter & Blum, Inc. in New Orleans.
|Donna Dinstel||Marie Valeton 101911561|
Hi, I see you have Marie Valeton #101911561 as having the maiden name Vives. I have been photographing SL 2 and have discovered a Marie Vives Valeton (exact inscription) buried with St. Bris. L. Valeton. According to information from death records, and census records, they are the parents of Desiree Marie, Roland Joseph, Selika L, Elia T, and Numea. My Marie Vives Valeton is buried with St. Bris L. Valeton and Numea Valeton Coquille. There are others, but I haven't linked them yet.
I have found a Marie Valeton who died 12/29/1915, do you think that could be your entry? Her full name according to marriage records with Chas. L.A. Valeton is Marie Carolne Arenel Belorea Valeton. DOB about 1852. Her death record indicates DOD as 12/29/ 1915, the year matches your Marie Valeton.
I don't remember finding any official birth certificates, only census records for the children being in the house of Marie Octavie Vives Valeton and St. Bris Louis Valeton.
|Hank Davison||Charles Erasmus Fenner|
My memorial # 106936148 for Charles Fenner is a duplicate of your memorial # 97182725, and I will be deleting it in favor of yours. However, I question whether he is buried in Saint Joseph Cemetery #1 as shown on your memorial or Lafayette Cemetery Number 1 as indicated by the Fenner family gravestone shown on both our memorials. I have never gone to either cemetery, but I would like to be sure which one to look in for him if I ever get there.
I also ask you link your memorial for him to his father Erasmus Darwin Fenner (memorial # 11758788), wife Caroline Payne Fenner (memorial # 11894848) and son Henry Payne Fenner (memorial # 105752961).
|Ancestors||RE: William C Morel, Sr|
Did I remember to say Thank you? I appreciate your help with it.
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