|A. Chronicler (#47477136)|
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Thanks for visiting. I am starting some family pages so that we can keep them alive in our memories.
Thank you to all of the great people who have fulfilled my photo requests or helped me out with time or photos. I am particularly thankful to Victor Bergman of Celina for his help as well as the many kind and generous volunteers from Mercer and Auglaise Counties. I live FAR from you and I wouldn't be very far in my quest to document family members without your help.
Thanks to the person who posted my grandparents. You really inspired me to return that favor whenever I can.
Many of the old photos or information I post are from boxes I found in the effects of relatives who are no longer with us. There is a good chance that if I posted a photo of your relative or loved one I either knew them or can give you some additional information +/- photos of that person, just ask.
If you have photos to share, I am always interested in seeing them. My philosophy is that "when you know a person's face, you know at least a little bit of their story."
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|Tracy Todd||RE: Busy week helping others with photo requests!|
You are welcome! Glad to help everyone!
|Tracy Todd||RE: St. Elizabeth photos|
You are welcome!! My mother and I had a nice day!
|Tracy Todd||RE: Albers, Puthoff grave photos|
You are welcome!! Don't think we had less rain clouds here. It rained most of the day! That's OK though. Without the rain, nothing would grow!
|Crashlan||RE: Photos of Puthoff Sautman and Senger Baumer Graves|
You are very welcome for the Baumer photo. I have the name Baumer in my tree also. I saw that you had many other photo requests from St. Augustine's, but my time was short that day. I was making a 1-day sweep of 6 counties gathering photos. I just picked a few here and there that were in the same section in which I was looking. St. Augustine's is laid out in such a way that it is super easy to get around in, especially with the on-line information. Your stone was tricky in that it was inscribed on both sides. I have gotten burned a few times looking for stones that ended up being 2-sided.
Added by Crashlan on Apr 08, 2013 7:09 AM
|Glenda Barry||RE: Maria Stein Convent Cemetery|
That mindless mode virus is something that I have A LOT!! Thanks for all the work that you do for Find A Grave, and have a beautiful day!
|Rosie Clune Moeder||RE: Photos from St. Henry|
Glad to do it, my husband is buried in that cemetery, so I go there often. Rosie
|Stephen Lignowski||Lanfranca or Lanfranco....|
Italian's, like Polish and Spanish folks, often change the final letter of the surname to reflect masculine ('o') or feminine ('a'), so there is no typo involved.
|Michelle Buller||RE: Angela Senger|
Hello again :)
I am happy to help! You're welcome very much for the photos. I was happy to stumble across this website. What a great idea! I am happy to help anyway I can. I agree with the name spelling differences. I just figured it was an "old world" way of spelling Angela. I was just happy to find it!
I will be making another trip to Minster to try to finish up the photo requests for the cemetery. If you would like anymore kind of photos from there just let me know. I'd be glad to help.
|Michelle Buller||Photo for Angela Senger|
I wanted to contact you about Angela Senger's headstone photograph. I have taken several but, I'm perplexed about them because the name Angela is spelled differently on the stone. It is spelled Angala M. The death date is correct on the stone (1904). The stone itself is not very legible, although, I can read the name Senger on it for sure. If I had had the correct tools I would have done a rub on the stone. I can still do that if you would like me to. I won't upload these photos to her memorial page yet. I want to see what input you had first.
|Tracy Todd||RE: Photos in St. John's|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help. If there is anything on any of them that you have trouble reading, I can always go back and take a photo of the specific part of the stone.
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