|Carol (Schlueter) Long (#46947720)|
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I am retired, mother of 2 grown boys, and grandma to wonderful twin grandsons. I have been researching my family, as well as my husband's family since I retired. My late mother-in-law had given me her family bible with names/dates written inside dating from the mid-1800s. After that I was hooked and work on the family tree almost every day.|
If I have entered wrong information for one of your ancestors or relatives, please let me know so I may correct it or transfer their memorial page to you.
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|Phyllis Hazen/Stoneseeker||Pahl family|
Thanks for all the added information for the Pahl family in your edits. I really appreciate it!
|Marsha||RE: Kate Buss (1882-1960)|
Yes, I have the Ostfriesen Families of German Valley in Illinois Volumes I and II. These volumes contain the birth, marriage and death records for Germans who came over from the Ostfriesen region of Germany and settled in Illinois. These are relatives of mine.
Added by Marsha on Oct 07, 2016 7:41 PM
|Laura Kessler Hershey||RE: Margaret Klunk|
You're very welcome!!! Have a nice autumn day!!
|Laura Kessler Hershey||Margaret Klunk|
I checked on Margaret's page under spouse and saw that I did not add Edward as her husband. The memorial for Edward added Margaret as his wife. I put in for an edit to change Margaret from wife to mother.
I also went ahead and added Martin as Margaret's husband.
|cadlady||RE: Rita (Meadley) Strang|
I didn't ask for the record of ashes historically spread, I only verified that there were no markers for anyone resting there. They call that garden "The Garth." Hope that helps!!
Added by cadlady on Sep 23, 2016 1:12 PM
|N. Korycinski||RE: Guy A. Ginter, #135846518|
He might well be buried in Mt. Rose, but the kind folks in the office who responded to my inquiry about locations for his grave and the rest that were posted as photo requests on Findagrave in July said that they could not find a card for him. I think that must mean that they use a card index system to identify grave sites. Since this cemetery is very large, and the majority of monuments are flat, it would be extraordinarily difficult to find Mr. Ginter's monument just by walking the cemetery. I'm so sorry I couldn't help further!
Carol, Thank you for the transfer. It is much appreciated. Rose
|familyheritagerose||RE: Anna (Wulf) Russmann|
Thanks so much for getting back to me. Anna Wulf's parents were my great-great uncle and aunt. Her father's sister, Sophia C. Wulf Jipp, was my great grandmother. Her father's parents were my great-great grandparents. Rose
|MA ALT||RE: Lamb Family|
Great to know you might be family. I am looking for my Great Grandmother's parents & family. I think that James Lamb is her father & Matthew Lamb is her brother, because a Mrs. Everitt has been listed on there info. All I know is Mary C. Lamb of Penn married William Everitt. They Lived in Omaha, NE. I hope that she is part of the Lamb family.
Added by MA ALT on Aug 02, 2016 1:38 PM
|MA ALT||Lamb Family|
Are you part of the Lamb family that you listed?
Added by MA ALT on Aug 01, 2016 7:59 PM
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