|Luella Hinrichsen (#47218988)|
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PLEASE use the EDIT to ask for transfers, with your ID # and the PHOTO REQUEST if you want a photo of the stone for EACH person listed. I try to get other family near the one requested in case they are not already listed, but if they are already listed it is nice if you also request them. I print off the requests from the computer, and the "notes" don't show if you ask for other family members. You have my permission to use my photos of the stones for your family records.|
It is my wish that everyone is remembered, this is my way of helping make it happen. We all will make mistakes, I'm happy to make changes and transfer loved ones always hoping that you can add to their memorials. I just want to help, when I find more information and send an edit, it is sad when that isn't added. I am so thankful for the ones that put family of ours on, some we had no idea where were, so you can see what a blessing Find A Grave has been.
Today this seems to be the case- Author Unknown
An old man, a boy and a donkey were going to town. The boy rode on the donkey and the old man walked. As they went along the road they passed some people who remarked, "What a shame the old man is walking and the boy is riding." The man and boy thought maybe the critics were right, so they changed positions. Later they passed some people who remarked, "What a shame, he makes that little boy walk." So they then decided they'd both walk. Soon they passed some more people who remarked, "They're really stupid to walk when they have a donkey to ride." So they both rode the donkey. Now they passed some people who shamed them by saying, "How awful to put such a load on a poor donkey?" The boy and man figured they were probably right, so they decided to carry the donkey. As they crossed the bridge, they lost their grip on the donkey and he fell into the river and drowned. The moral to the story? If you try to please everybody, you might as well kiss your ass goodbye!
Having expressed this I have to say, most all of the people are easy to please. There are occasionally some who aren't, it is extremely hard to read people's minds. If you send information try to tell us how you want it added or used. It is really helpful if you send it directly to that persons memorial page, but I'll do my best to add & give credit to you however you get it to me. Thank you all who have sent links and info to make memorials more then just names and dates!
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|Sandra Wincek||RE: Mathias Strahm|
Thank you! I will take you up on your offer to transfer Mathias Strahm to me. I can't say that I ever met any of them, but my mom and dad used to talk about them all the time.
My Find A Grave # is 47912051
|Dale||RE: Donna Cordon|
Hi Luella, I had a good visit with Kenny today and mentioned to him about Donna's death date and he said that he was going to call the lady where they bought the Head stone about getting the date on it before Memorial day. We will see. Thanks for keeping track of it. Dale
Added by Dale on Apr 25, 2015 5:49 PM
|Sandra Wincek||RE: Mathias Strahm|
You are welcome. Yes, there are a lot of Strahms. Mathias (b1814) is the son of Mathys Strahm and Barbara Rothlisberger. They had 13 children, most of whom are buried, along with their spouses, in the Apostolic Christian Cemeteries either in Nemaha Co, Kansas or Wells Co, Indiana.
I suspect, but have no proof, that the elder Mathys and wife Barbara are in Wells Co.
I have listed their children under the memorial for Christina Strahm Bahler #145531196. This is the only Strahm memorial under my name.
Mathys' and Barbara's daughter, Verena (Veroneka) is my 2-g-grandmother.
PS - You have the birth place name right. All of the 13 Strahm children were born there.
|HappyMiss37||RE: Drager Family|
Luella, I would love, just love, to have the graves transferred to me! There are also two more Children of Augustus and Melinda that I know where they died but haven't found where they are buried yet.
I show Ella was born 13 Aug 1880. We have been to the cemetery in Seneca where Augustus and his wife and family are buried. I have to upload their gravestones too.
Thank you so much! If you need anything else from me, please let me know!!
Rosemary Grehl Stein
|Anna Rowe Love||Pauline Spellmeier|
Thank you so much for the picture of this grave. I greatly appreciate the time and effort it took for you to post this for me. I really appreciate your work.
Anna Rowe Love
|HappyMiss37||Ella Drager and Ella Cole Drager|
Great job on documenting the Augustus Drager Family of Nehama County, Kansas.
I have been adding pictures to their family and noticed that Ella Drager (Find A Grave 142348611) is the same person as Ella Drager Cole (Find A Grave 143328617).
I posted pictures under Ella Drager and linked her to Bert Cole, her husband.
If you could merge the two or delete 143328617 I would appreciate it.
Thank you! Rosemary Grehl Stein, HappyMiss37, #47483009
|Elaine Ellingson||RE: Rebecca Dawson|
Yes, I am enjoying this site!
|Sharla Cerra||Ellen Jones, Memorial 54629018|
Luella, I have an obituary for Ellen Jones. I've had to break it into parts because of its length. Should I post as a picture, is there a way I can insert as biographical info, or can you insert as biographical so I don't have to use up picture space?
|Dustin Austin||Emett F Prater|
Thanks so much for the H/S photo
|Mick||Elizabeth Webbin Burge|
Regarding Find A Grave Memorial# 143256459.
You state Elizabeth Webbin, b. 1814, married 1840 James R. Burdge, b. 1819.
Please tell me your source for Elizabeth's maiden name.
1880 census for Seneca, Nemaha Co, Ks, ED #189, pg 29C (taken 12 June 1880):
James R. Burge, 61 b. NJ, married, R. Farmer, parents b. NJ; Elisabeth Burge, 63 b. Oh, wife, keeping house, father b. NJ, mother b. Ct.
Added by Mick on Apr 14, 2015 4:48 PM
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