|Donna Kalberer (#47128593)|
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I was born in Wyandotte, Michigan and I am the second oldest of ten children. My Father was in the US Air Force and we traveled extensively in the US. I also lived in Japan and Labrador. I am retired and living in Asheville, NC. I just love the mountains and lakes. I am very interested in my ancestry and am willing to help anyone that I can.|
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|Historic Congressional Cemetery Archivist||RE: William T Whitaker|
I don't see a Wiliiam T. Whitaker in our cemetery . Please send the request through the edit tab and that will connect us directly to his memorial....
|FranzJr||RE: John H Bard|
'I have gotten so caught up in other trees that I have been doing that I have neglected my own, must get back on track.'
I know the feeling... I work on my tree for a day or so and then go do other things. It's been a month or more since I worked on it :)
Wills end obit. Thanks and have a great weekend :)
Added by FranzJr on Sep 04, 2015 6:46 AM
|terri brightbill||Hans Lehman|
Hi Donna Im the 8th generation of bishop Lehman and from the research Ive seen from Daniel R lehman Bishop Lehman was buried on his homestead in raphio township along with three generations of Lehmans Im not sure who the other ones are im working on that now I really would like to keep in touch with you we are family we have visited the Hernly church Bishop Lehman had found and seen the land deed from the Penn Brothers the Lancaster mennoite historical Socitey has Bishop Daniel Hege Lehman being buried at Wengers Cemetery near Chambersburg this research was also done by Daniel R Lehman
|Irish-ish||John Schelling in Rose Hill|
Unfortunately this grave is unmarked. I took a photograph of the lot and the two unmarked graves. Uploading them to Mr. Schelling's page tonight.
|Susan Lundin Smith||William Sanford photo request|
You are receiving this message because you have submitted a photo request for the above named person(s). I wanted to let you know that I will be traveling to that area from Dallas during the first week of June and I would be able to get the requested photo(s) for you. I do need some help from you tho. While I am in the Chicago area, I intend to get as many names off the list for Evergreen Cemetery as possible. The list is growing every day and is now at 263 requests! Evergreen Cemetery is near and dear to my heart as I have several of my own family members there. If you would please call the cemetery office and obtain the burial plot locations and send them to me, I will for sure get them for you when I go there in June. If everyone could get me the locations I could really get a lot of requests done but I can't do it alone! The office number for Evergreen Cemetery is 708-422-9051. You can leave me a public message with the information, or you may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Please be sure to reference the requested names. Thank you!
If you want the other Schellings that you didn't list, who are in the same area, let me know. I have Schelling Main Headstone, Charles Henry 1870, George R 1899, George Reddy 1874, and John C.S.A. soldier
Added by jan on May 09, 2015 5:57 PM
I found a John Schelling with the other family members, but he was a C.S.A. Soldier. I found Lillie in an entirely different area from the rest of the Schellings, so I figure John must be somewhere else.
Added by jan on May 09, 2015 5:46 PM
|Sarah Wright||RE: Clara Wilkening|
Thank you! I appreciate it very much.
|EatatJoes||RE: Jacob and Marie Schirck|
My source is the original vital records from Bas-Rhin Archives in Alsace, France which are online: http://etat-civil.bas-rhin.fr/adeloch/index.php
In there are the births, marriages and deaths from Muttersholtz and other communities in the Bas-Rhin section of Alsace. These include the Protestant church records from before 1793 and the civil records from 1793 onward. Don't be thrown by the French spelling of their names in some records. This is how a French speaking clerk wrote their names. I usually go by their signatures which are usually in the old style German longhand they used back then.
|FranzJr||RE: Ella Kendig|
Looks good to me... thanks for adding that (I was confused when I was looking for her and came up with her son Harley Newsham :) )
Have a great day :)
Added by FranzJr on Nov 09, 2014 9:48 AM
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