|Michelle B (#47148060)|
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|Ellen Headington||RE: Routt Photo|
You're welcome, Ellen Headington
|Dianna Taylor||Photo Request|
Michelle, Thanks so much for the John and Martha Clay Marker photos, I appreciate your time and kindness.
|Kristie Lana (Reynolds) Davis||RE: Caroline Gerling married Johann Friedrich Breuer|
|Farm Girl from MO.||Would you like more about your Barker ancestors?|
The lady I have been talking to has a lot about your Barker ancestors (several generations back) but I don't know how to get the two of you together. Not a good idea to leave a phone number or mailing address on here since it is a public site. I don't remember if I have an e-mail address for you but maybe if I add mine to my contributor page you can send it to me and I can pass it on to the lady who is related to your family (Barkers)! Hope this will be ok. Hope to hear from you. More later, Farm Girl from MO.
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: Thanks so much for the info.|
There is a lady I have been in contact with (by phone) that I have been helping with locating info. about her family. She is related to the Barkers but I am not sure exactly how. She is not on Find A Grave. Would it be alright if I gave her your e-mail address?
Do you have any additional info. for Boone and Stephen George Barker's wives. It would be nice if they had memorials for them. Thanks again for eveything you have been so nice to share with me. More later, Farm Girl from MO.
|Farm Girl from MO.||Thanks so much for the info.|
Thank you so much for the information you sent me for Boone and Stephen George Barker. Are you a relative of this family? Have a nice day, Farm Girl from MO.
|Farm Girl from MO.||Please make relationship links to parents.|
Would you please add the following links to the memorial for Roland Leroy Barker #79582117. Please link him to his parents; his father, Francis M. Barker #113233662 and his mother, Virginia Ann (Ritter) Barker #113236454. I sent you a "suggest a correction" message a few days ago but not sure if you recieved my message so thought I would leave this one in hopes you will see it. Thanks, Farm Girl from MO.
|Kristie Lana (Reynolds) Davis||Caroline Gerling married Johann Friedrich Breuer|
Hi, thank you for posting headstone photos for our Gerling family! the Caroline Gerling who married Mr Breuer is in my family tree along with her dates. I have been working on our family tree since 2001 along with a distant cousin Alan Gerling. here is an old email message he sent me about this family. you only have a few memorials posted so I am hoping it is your family???? if so we have more information for you or maybe you have more for us??? : )
August 2003 Alan Gerling sent me his family tree chart and about 40 pages of his research. He has been to Hille and Minden Germany to research this family before ancestry and find a grave. so nice to have this contact with you.
"This is my pedigree chart. I am sending this to show the top Hille "quarter" Those on the very top are Bollacks Gerlings. The ones on the Butcher branch are Doepkens Gerlings. Dietrich Gerling and Grannemann are from an unknown branch. Joann Heinrich Gerling and Anne Marie Ilsabe Gerling came to America in 1849. A son Carl Hinrich August came in 1844 and another son Christian Freidrich came in 1849, presumably with his parents. Daughters Caroline Maria Friederike (Caroline) and Caroline Marie Elisabeth (Elisabeth) came over in 1845 with Caroline's husband Johann Friedrich Breuer. The next year Elisabeth married Wilhelm Poetker. Both girls lived in Flint River Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. The Breuers had 11 children who married and 76 grandchildren. I don't have a clue where the boys and their parents settled. In an effort to rfind their loctionI am studying all the Gerlings who came from Hille, Hoping to stumble onto my people eventually."
Alan Ray Gerling (mailed August 2003)
Michelle is it ok if I copy your headstone photos into my famiy tree? I do not plan on posting them on other sites but sometimes people copy things from me and post them. so great to see these old headstones.
|Lee Connally||Laura sumner|
You are most welcome.
|Johnnie Walker||RE: Thank you!|
you're very welcome.
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