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|msb||Robert Emerald Ring|
Well, I cleared up one of my own questions -- Robert "Howard" Ring did marry A. Irene Denlinger. For some reason, in my previous message, "Robert H." didn't connect. He was the one who named all his kids after gemstones. My, my, my, the love letters worked. :-)
Added by msb on Aug 07, 2016 9:48 PM
|msb||53656622 Robert Emerald Ring|
I'm an archivist at the Elkridge Heritage Society and have a file on the Rings. I have just contacted Rhonda Cowen, who first put in memorials for a lot of the Rings, but she has much info wrong. Your memorials were entered after hers and are therefore duplicates. This is very confusing.
You seem to have the correct info for Robert Emerald Ring. What is confusing to me is that you have his mother as "Alice" and Rhonda Cowan has her listed as "Ann" -- please, which is it? Are you related to the Rings? What is your resource info?
(An aside problem for me is that I have love letters dated from 1887 to 1907 between A. Irene Denlinger (of Mineral Hills, Carroll Co.) and R. Howard Ring - they were engaged to be married and as far as I know, got married. Yet the tombstones don't reflect that.)
Also, you have them in the Ring-Caples Cem. (which seems correct) and Rhonda Cowan has them in Andover Cem. Are they the same place in Linthicum?
Please contact Rhonda Cowan and get the duplications sorted --
and please contact me directly at email@example.com.
Thanks for your attention to this. I appreciate any and all help you can give me.
Added by msb on Aug 07, 2016 8:59 PM
|Charmaine Getz||Hugh Luke Degnan, Find A Grave Memorial# 51377243|
We may have corresponded some time ago. I'm afraid I haven't been able to find past messages between us, if so.
This gentleman is my 3x-greatuncle. He was the brother of my 2x-great-grandmother, Anna Elizabeth Degnan Carre (1839-1919) of Rockford, Illinois.
Their parents were Michael Luke Degnan and Ann Mary Cullen. They had three other sisters, Mary (1835-1905), Sarah (1838-1924) and Bridget Mary (1843-1920)
The family came from County Roscommon, Ireland. They first lived in New York and New Jersey, where Ann Mary Cullen Degnan died.
Michael then married Bridget Dolan (1835-1900), and they had Louis "Luke" Francis (1861-1929), Michael Jay (1864-1929) and Annie "Fannie" M. (1867-1949).
Michael, Bridget and their children moved to Rockford, Illinois. Of Michael's older children all but my 2x-great-grandmother, Anna Elizabeth, went on to Beloit, Wisconsin.
Have more family information if you're interested.
|Burnett||RE: Sarah Keehn Memorial|
Your so welcome.
Added by Burnett on Feb 08, 2016 4:13 PM
Hi, David - Thanks for posting the notes about John T Foust and Maggie. They are my maternal great great grandparents as well. David E, their son was my grandfather and Arthur was my grandfather.
One issue that bothers me and the only record that isn't matching up is all the Census records and such show David as born in 1871, yet his gravestone in this same cemetery shows 1879. I am not 100% certain the 2 Davids are the same. If there is any light you can shed on this mystery, I would really appreciate it.
Thanks again and I will continue my research to see if I can solve this mystery.
Added by dlkaiser on Jan 17, 2016 9:23 PM
Hi David: Just found the images of the gravestones of John Tyler Foust and Margueritte Louisa Wayne Foust. They are my great-great grandparents, too. My gg-grandmother was Serena Foust Daugherty (I have seen many different spellings of her name). She and my great-grandfather, Ed Daugherty, are buried in the cemetery in Boscobel. I enjoy finding all of these postings; I need to visit the graves sometime in the near future. Thanks for posting these!
Added by PKL on May 18, 2013 5:09 PM
I noticed your picture of Ludwig Heise, who is an ancestor of my cousins through Lotta Klitch and her daughter Clara Holtgreve. Do you have any more pictures like these? Do you know anymore about the Rabbe family (Lugwig's wife)?
Erica Lee Berquist
|Peggy Kelley||RE: Nellie Bernhardt|
You didn't happen to get the picture of Paula Bernhardt's headstone? She may be related, I'm going to do some research tonight and tomorrow to see.
|Peggy Kelley||RE: Fred Wade|
Thanks David. Very much appreciated.
|S M Freed||Jean Glick|
Many, many thx for your msg re: picture of Jean Glick's grave site. It is, indeed, possible that she never had one, as the family was quite poor at the time; however, I know she is buried there, so maybe her stone exists but is hard to find. Many thx for your efforts! S M Freed
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