We started researching our family trees in 1999. It started very innocently....and then quickly became an obsession!! We love doing the research and the cemetery walking! We have traveled over alot of Michigan and Ohio to do our family research...and other states to come as we can afford it! (Researching MROCK, MROCH, MADER, MAEDER, WEIDBUSH, WEIDBUSCH, MIELKE, KNACK, TESCHKE, MCCLOY, GRONAN, THOMPSON, SMITH, MCMILLAN, KROTZER, DERMICH, HORNUNG, KNACHEL, TRESSEL, MOLITOR, MOLEDOR, KLINE, JENIOR, KNAPP, KLEIN, JOHNSON, GABRIEL, GABLE, GABEL......)We also enjoy taking pictures for others.....it's a great feeling! It's exciting to get a message saying someone has fulfilled your request for a headstone picture.....but it's also just as exciting to fulfill that request for someone else!! One thing we have to ask fellow researcher.....PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE remember to only use headstone friendly materials to do rubbings! There are certain stones that should never have anything rubbed on them...because it may never come off or it may ruin the stone further. Please research headstone rubbings before you just go out and rub chalk on any stone! We have found that making mud out of dirt and water is the best....it's natural and it washes off! Corn starch is also a good material to use! Oh....and ALWAYS remember to wash the stone off....leave it as you found it!
If you would like any information added to one of our memorials please contact us and we'll be happy to add it!! This is all about preserving history!! Happy Researching!!
Gable, Daniel ae 30 M W cooper b. Bavaria Kate ae 27 F W keeping house b. Ohio William ae 5 M W at home b. Ohio Edward ae 3 M W at home b. Ohio Henrietta ae 1 F W at home b. Ohio Frank ae 1/12 M W at home b. Ohio
I also have the 1880 census which lists Willam's occupation as apprentice cabinet maker.
Update for William Gable (#31376787) While adding memorials for my family, I came across your memorial for William Gable. I have provided some additional material from my own notes for William. If you could update his memorial I would appreciate it.
William Andrew Gable (#31376787) married Carrie Elizabeth Baus (#7094374) daughter of Daniel Baus (#119280798) and Elizabeth Herbruck (#119279106) on Sept 4, 1884. I have a notation for his parents as Daniel Gable and Catherine Fink, but am not sure where I got that information, so can not verify. Carrie was a sister of my great-grandmother Fanny Freudeman. Carrie is buried in Mount Peace Cemetery. William died June 26, 1898 from "Pendicitis". They had 3 children: Raymond, Olive and Hazel. All of whom are buied at Mount Peace.
RE: Rose Behmlanderş Yeah... I am not related either... just transcribed the death certificate. I noticed how different the birth date was as well... found it interesting. Hard to tell which, if either is correct.