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Sorry...when I went to photograph I just copied the last name on map...will check for James on back when I'm there again...Carol
|Jennifer Miller||RE: Goodbarne Bemrose|
You are welcome.
|Jo||RE: Knaub // Chappel|
Oh boy! Great detective work - from that info I checked every single source I have and found nothing. I tried every version of a spelling - so then started on Chapel...unfortunately I came up empty handed. Ugh!!
Looks like "Georgie" was only a year old - maybe J & K moved? Even checking Chapel I did not have any luck - frustrating for sure.
However you are so kind to aid in the search (that will apparently go on) - I do thank you for all of your help and thoughtfulness! As always - all the best - Jo
Added by Jo on Aug 19, 2015 6:17 PM
|Jacki Bierma||RE: Mary VanTiger link to her Mother 86403968|
Thanks for the update and the follow-up!
Thanks again for your amazing photos and information. I have added places of birth and death in the edit section along with the relationship between Michael and Mary (Germser) Knaub and John and William - Joseph was already connected. I am trying to locate Catherine Knaub, a daughter of Michael and Mary with not much success, along with their youngest dauhter Elizabeth (Knaub) who married Gottlieb John Denhoff - and I'm not sure I have the correct spelling of his last name. In any event Elizabeth and Gottlieb John moved to Chicago where Elizabeth died in 1931 and John also died in Chicago in 1923. You two are wonderful, thanks again and all the best - Jo
Added by Jo on Aug 18, 2015 12:08 PM
|Jo||RE: Oh my goodness! Thank you so very much!|
First let me say thank you! You (and your husband) are amazing! The Nellie (Knaub) Sizer Find A Grave #128628651 is THE ONE that is in our family. I actually looked and did not find another. I have her childhood diary, so interesting, and a huge newspaper article how she was killed by lightening! Thank you again! Jo
Added by Jo on Aug 18, 2015 10:01 AM
|Christy Bradley||RE: Susie Sandifer|
Hi, let me start by saying thank you for taking the pictures you took and then taking the time to put them on here. I wanted to let you know I finally found family info that provided I am right Susan was Sam's 1st wife they were married less then 2 years when she died and had 1 son. I also found them in the 1900 census but there name is spelled wrong. They have it as Saudefer. Thank you for taking the time to get back to me. Let me know if I can get you any other information.
|Jo||Oh my goodness! Thank you so very much!|
WOW! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the headstone photos for George W Knaub and his wife Carrie (Huber) Knaub, William Knaub and his wife Melvina (Quackenbush) Knaub, Lewis Knaub, Joseph C Knaub and his wife Susan Elizabeth (Weeks) Knaub and another huge thank you for all you do for all of us who are unable to be in Wisconsin tracing our families. All the best - Jo
Added by Jo on Aug 15, 2015 4:20 PM
|Christy Bradley||Susie Sandifer|
Hi, I believe that Susie is Samuel's first wife and not his sister. I am new to this and it is my husbands side of the family with no one to ask for sure. So my info could be wrong I was just wondering what you had.
Thank you for your time.
I am in awe of your beautiful photos for the Vedder Family. I am so grateful for what you have done for me and all of the Find A Grave family.
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