|Brian Stavrum (#47104134)|
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I am researching my family history.|
Lenz's Germany, Illinois, Iowa
Dralle's Germany, Illinois
Galloway's Indiana, Ireland
Weideman's Germany, Illinois
Stavrum's Norway, Wisconsin,Minnesota, Washington,
Neft's Germany, France, Iowa, Minnesota
Bowder's Iowa, Minnesota, California
Stearns' Massachsettes, New York, Wisconsin,Minnesota, North Dakota, Oregon, Washington
Niebolte's Germany, Minnesota
Also researching other families that have
married into my family, Henderson's, Leetzow's, Haberkorn's, Case's, Brommenschenkel's, Kobbemman's, Damereth's
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|Adriana||RE: Mildred and Henry Adelman|
All the information I have on the Adelmans is as listed in the bio sections. Tyler was living in Los Angeles in 1960 - I'm in Butte County (100 mi north of Sacramento), and there are no listings in N. California phone books for anyone by that name. Sorry. A
Added by Adriana on Aug 03, 2014 4:46 PM
|KarinH||RE: Mathew Lenz|
I'll do some checking.
Added by KarinH on Jun 05, 2014 8:40 PM
|KarinH||RE: Mathew Lenz|
My pleasure. His stone was nearly covered over as it has sunk quite a ways into the ground. It should be lifted and put on a concrete base. If you are a descendent or if you know any of his descendants who would care to pursue that, let me know and I can find contact info. If not, no problem. Just FYI.
Added by KarinH on Jun 03, 2014 8:54 PM
|James Bellert||Christina Dralle|
I found the Dralle monument at Hampshire Center Cemetery. I hadn't read the remarks left by another contributor before I posted the photo. The marker is barely legible. There was a marker almost buried in the ground beside the taller monument. What I could read of it seemed to be a verse in German, but half of that marker was in mud and not readable. I did search the entire cemetery and this was the only marker for "Dralle." Sorry.
|Melanie Howe||RE: Christina Dralle|
The only way would be to exhume. Sometimes they can probe down with a rod but in 1903 bodies would have been in wooden coffins which would be deteriorated by now as would the body. All graves for Hampshire Center, Doty, and Aurand Evangelical cemeteries have been entered on FindAGrave. The only Hampshire cemetery not fully entered is St. Charles Borromeo Catholic and I checked their records...no Dralle. I will try to keep the name in my notes. The local library has copies of the newspaper at that time. Perhaps I will run across an obit at some point.
|Bruce and Wendy Linz||Franklin Niebolte|
Are you sure Franklin Niebolte is buried in the Saint Peter and Paul Cemetery? I can't find him the cemetery records. Is it possible that he could be in the Saint Joseph Cemetery in Saint Joseph, MN? His obituary would probably list it but I can't find it online.
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