|Charlene Sloan (#47732988)|
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Researching my genealogy, for Daughters of the American Revolution, I found this web site and was addicted. I think it is terrific. All the history and memories that are forever preserved here.|
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|Gary Schlee||Vern Schlee|
My Grandfather had 2 sisters Mabel V Schlee (Roberts)Birth 18 JUN 1898 • Illinois, USA
Death 30 MAR 1989 • Greenwood, St Clair, Michigan, USA
She is buried in front of his Grave with husband Oscar Roberts in Springhill Cemetery
May Schlee 1900-1906
These were Maude May Kesslar children Stanley & Ralph were with Bertha Curren
|Gary Schlee||Vern Schlee|
I was amazed to see my grandfather Vern Schlee Henry George Schlee is my great grandfather his parents are Henry Schlee 1830-1896 & Rosine Rommel 1835-1896 they came from Germany to Kansas in 1857 were the oldest settlers many spelling changes on last name I do know they came from Estonia
|Mary League||RE: 153128740|
Without a name whoever you are talking about is not findable. Please send the name of the person not the number of their memorial. There is no look-up on the memorial numbers.
|Eidolyne Ravenscroft||Almira Hayes photo|
I can make the photo a bit darker so you can see her more clearly if you would like.
|Jack Gee||RE: Crystal Manke Gilsoul|
I sent you my mailing address via e mail. Thank you very much.
Added by Jack Gee on Oct 22, 2015 2:45 PM
|Donna S||RE: Camerons|
Charlene, I am stunned at these photos! I don't think anyone alive in the family has seen a photo of little Donald Cameron. AndAnnie Cameron with her hair down! Amazing photo. Do you know who is next to her?
I would love to learn more about your family's connection to the Cameron's and to Sherman City. I will send yo a private message with better contact information.
Added by Donna S on Oct 05, 2015 4:26 AM
|Donna S||RE: Cameron's|
Hi, Charlene. Yes, I am a Cameron. My grandmother was always telling stories about growing up in Sherman City. My great-grandfather, John Robert Cameron, owned the hardware store there. It had a post office in it, too.
I would be delighted to see any photos you are willing to share. Thank you for being so thoughtful.
Added by Donna S on Oct 04, 2015 6:46 PM
|Joseph Anthony||RE: 104180780|
i have notified her. thank you for bringing that to my attention...:)
|scooterpa||RE: Katharine Heffelfinger|
Please provide memorial numbers so I can fix error.
|dorothy hammell cook||DAR|
What line are you using for DAR. I was going in though Archibald and Willis but there is question about a young man living in the household in 1850 who is my line and they say he does not belong to Archibald. I have several lines but got to lazy to finish it. I do have them proven.
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