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|Ronda Skinner||RE: Thomas Skinner|
Yes, I agree. I corrected my error and put in the right dates. Ronda
Wouldn't have any idea one way or the other. Sorry
|Celese Moore Dodge||Mary Lou Powell|
Mary Lou was born in Shoenstine, Yugoslavia. Her father was Frank Napotnik and her mother was Antonia Kremster both from Yugoslavia. Her first husband was John Schmidt. Her second husband was John Bach and her third husband was Harold George Powell (Harley) married Sept. 27, 1955 in California.
|Paul S||Find A Grave Memorial# 29650042|
Monia Perhment Age: 2 Born: Pennsylvania
If you look at the census, it is a little hard to read, but I think it is Maria Perchment.
There is not enough "bumps" in the letters to get "onia" out the writing... it could be Mona, but there is clearly a dot over the i showing Maria
Added by Paul S on Oct 22, 2013 8:22 AM
|Susan Dietz||RE: Mary Elizabeth Rix Dietz|
I received this information from a gentleman named Ken this a.m.:
Mary was born January 1, 1843 in Leroy Township, Ingham, Michigan USA and died on April 11, 1935 in Webberville, Ingham, Michigan USA. She married Theodore Dietz (born 9/25/1832 in NY d. 4/28/1908 MI) on February 25, 1866 in Leroy Township, Ingham, Michigan USA. They had ten children: Harriet, Leroy, Arthur, Helen A, Rockwell, Henry W, Robert, Theodora D, Katherine and Cornelius Dietz. (end of Ken's message)
Theodore's first wife is Mary Catherine Taylor, who is also listed in findagrave (what a great resource!). She and both of her and Theodore's children are also buried in Cabot Cemetery (Mary Catherine, 1863-1864 and Hudson Bainbridge, 1861-1864).
If you're in Michigan and travel down I-96 east of Lansing, you'll see Dietz Road between Williamston and Webberville. That's named after our family, and there continues to be a Dietz family on Dietz Road to this day.
I note that you wrote your message back in April -- I didn't get any notification that you had sent a message, so please don't think I was trying to ignore you. Happy to share what info I have. Susan
|Kareen Williamson||RE: Mary Bronson Skinner|
Thank you Sheila...this should help...I am very familiar with this cemetery, as I grew up and still live in the area. Many of my relatives are buried here and I know many of the Skinners.
I will get to you soon...the weather has been nothing but rain for the past few days. I hope it will at least be decent enough on Mon. for the ceremonies and parades, but its not looking optimistic at this point.
I'll try to be in touch with your information in a few days. Thanks for your patience.
|FTM Teacher (Kim K)||Flavilla|
I posted the rest of the family too.
|VR Bublitz||RE: Harry Lee Kirk, Jr|
You are welcome and it was my honor to pay tribute to this veteran.
|Kristin Osborn||Chauncey Osborn|
My name is Kristin Osborn. I just started researching my ancestry and found that we have a common link. Chauncey was my great great great great grandfather. Plus or minus a great lol. Anyhow, I also saw someone posted something about Olin and Marilyn Davis, they are my great aunt and uncle. In fact, I just saw my great uncle Olin today. My aunt gave me a good autobiography to read that offers a lot of insight on my ancestors but I can't get past Chauncey. I believe his father is Reuben Osborn but have not been successful uncovering anything else. I'd be glad to share any and all I have. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|FTM Teacher (Kim K)||RE: Celinday Osborn|
I just sent you those photos.
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