|Adana Thompson Adams (#47795772)|
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One of my first passions in life was photography, my second was genealogy. I love that this gives me a chance to blend the two. Most of my graves are my people, but not all. So if you want a transfer, just ask. If my people are your people, talk to me.|
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|Karen Rudow Daschner||In search of. . .|
I am in search of Find A Grave contributor sparkles (#47928001). This individual has disabled all messages. I have a request for this person. Do you happen to know how to contact this person?
My email is Illinois43@yahoo.com
Thank you for any information you can provide.
|Michael Adams||RE: Adams family|
Hi Adana, thank you for the msg, sorry it took me this long to reply. My Adams linage is William Harve, Joseph Fry, Loyal Harrison, and William Joseph (my father). No I'm not on Ancestry.com. Like everyone that I've met I'm still trying to verify William Harve's parents. I have a pretty good guess or so I think LOL. You may email me at "drumbum4468@yahoo" would love to hear back from you.
|Rob Johnson||Carl Arvid Lundeen|
Thank you so much for the obit. I've added it to Carl's memorial.
|Janet S. Alvis||Diane|
You're welcome, she was special to many different people and always spoken of kindly and fondly.
|Bill Klauk||RE: Burley-Thompson|
Sure - submit all the transfer info thru the system - glad to get rid of any memorials not related to me.
|sr/ks||RE: Valentine Kimpel|
No problem, and I was never upset. In fact I was initially thrilled that perhaps you'd found a son I did not know about til I read the memorial and pieced it together. I agree, such an odd name, you'd hardly think there could be two Valentine Kimpels. You're very welcome for the memorial, and I hope the cemetery can provide you more info on family there by name or in their lot there. You may also want to check familysearch.com for Ohio death certs for your people, which is where I found the data for the one transferred to you. I forgot to add her birthdate to the memorial before I transferred it, but you can snag it off the death cert I posted. Take care.
Added by sr/ks on Apr 17, 2014 3:24 PM
I cannot find a death certificate for your Valentine, but did find one for his wife Catherine. I made a memorial for her and am transferring it to you. If you contact the cemetery, you may find more of the family - I did see son Clarence was at the same cemetery.
Added by sr/ks on Apr 16, 2014 11:20 AM
You have an H H Kimpel here and have identified him as a son of Valentine Kimpel, linking him to my great great grandpa Valentine who lived in Philadelphia, PA.
Unless my great great grandpa was a long distance bigamist, I believe you have linked to the wrong man as HH's father. My Valentine was in Philadelphia, PA having a child born the same year as your HH.
There was indeed a Valentine Kimpel who married Catharine Breininger in Defiance, Ohio but I don't think it was my great grandpa Valentine. I recall when researching my Val that there was a man of the same name and age in Ohio. My Val died June 1890. Your guy was alive at least until the 1930 census.
I need your help to explain how we are cousins, or respectfully ask you to unlink your HH Kimpel from my Valentine Kimpel. Many thanks.
Added by sr/ks on Apr 15, 2014 10:59 PM
|Janet S. Alvis||Edits|
Thank you, however, there are still some edits pending. You can find them by going to your profile and under the tab "Edits" are pending edits. I appreciate your assistance in linking family members and providing all of their information.
You are very welcome for the photos. While I don't remember exactly where the stones were in the cemetery, I believe that they were in the easternmost section of the cemetery, and I believe they were in the Southeast section.
Added by kzauke on Oct 15, 2013 1:00 PM
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