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Pedigree surnames on my MOTHER's side of the family include:|
Kyle / Kiles / Coil / Coile / Kiehl
Suverly / Suverley
...and on my FATHER's side of the family:
Böhm / Boehm
Dörr / Doerr
Toppe / Toeppe
Many of my father's ancestors immigrated from Katharinental, Landau, & Speier (Speyer) of the Beresan District, Cherson Oblast, South Russia. Today, the land of our German-Russian ancestors, is called "Ukraine".
"The German is like a willow.
No matter which way you bend him,
he will always take root again."
~ Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn
***PHOTOS & RESEARCH INFO***
Fellow Genealogists: Please FEEL FREE to utilize any of the tombstone photos I have photographed -- as well as the info contained within the memorial.
Few (if any) of them have any exclusive / artistic value which might be covered by the INTENT of the Copyright Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
Most photos & memorials are ineligible for copyright & therefore in the public domain, because they are not a "literary work" or other protected type in sense of the local copyright law.
Facts, data, & unoriginal information which is common property without sufficiently creative authorship in a general typeface or basic handwriting, are not protected by copyright.
I kindly ask, though, that you cite my name as:
Source: Debbie, Contributor, Find a Grave
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|Brian Backes||RE: Andy Bryce Pederson|
I think I remember that cemetery. I recall the grass being quite tall and several trees. I uploaded all the photos I took and I would have photographed all the gravestones I saw. I see there are quite a few that do not have photos and with the tall grass some quite likely were missed. Did the video you have show a gravestone? My experience is that most of the infant graves are unmarked, so I would guess that is the case with this one too, but who knows.
|KJ||RE: Baby Book for this infant found in Colorado Springs|
Thank you, Debbie! Hopefully we'll find someone to send this once treasured baby book to!
Added by KJ on Jan 04, 2017 9:56 AM
|Carol Braxmeier Hulsey||Margareta Gress|
I was going through my Dad's, Luke Braxmeier, birth certificate ( 1917) and saw that Margareta Gress and Thomas Stebner were the sponsers. So how is Margareta Gress related to you? Please get back to me. Thank you.