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|Robert Thomas||Isaac Burkert Memorial of 76241466|
Isaac burkert was like Burkhart family but Isaac Burkhart born 25 Jan 1810 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania but why Made of headstone Isaac born 1813 was mistake of year information. Also Sarah was her maiden is Bechtel as she born 1812 in Pennsylvania They had 9 Children...
Mary, Abraham, Joseph, Isaac, John, Andrew, Anna, Sarah and George as Thank You...
I work on ancestry tree our descendant of Burket, burkert, Burkett and Burkhart family all of happen as I am collections hard work smile..
Isaac (burkert / Burkett ) Burkhart and
Sarah Becthel is our 4th Great Grandparent :D
for now Thank you ...
|Robert Thomas||Cora E Burkert of 76241464|
I see this Cora E. Burkert's parent name is Joseph Burkert/Burkett and Catherine Spayde as I have record our family tree. so you can add from Family links numbers of her parent okay..
Joseph Burkett is 62057419
Catherine (Spayde) Burkert is 16996519
Please add these as Thank You so much..
Also Have a nice day..
|Sandy||RE: #76796802 & #76796801|
I would like permission to use your photos on my Ancestry page. Thank you, Sandy
Added by Sandy on Jun 07, 2014 9:53 PM
|Donna White||re: edit problems|
anyone with edit problems, send the edit request to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will do updates when you have problems ...
|Our Family History||Catharine Shaull Memorial# 78601362|
Please add her Parents so they will link. I sent this through the edit on 12/14/2013.
|Tammy Hall Shropshire||Lassie A Jones|
May I use your photo of the headstone of Lassie A Cole Jones? She was married to my husband's great grand uncle.
|rakjr||Christina Risch #44846187|
I think you have the wrong photo on this memorial Ray
Added by rakjr on Sep 29, 2013 9:26 PM
|Betty Durrett||John and Edna Durrett|
I sent a request in February, and a follow-up message in July -- here it is nearly October and you have neither transferred to me or made the corrections I suggested.
If you are still active, please transfer these two memorials to me. Thanks. Betty Durrett
|DER||Myron Phillip Blue|
Myron Phillip ‘Babe' Blue, 96, of Fort Seneca, passed away Friday, October 08, 2010, at Volunteers of America Autumnwood Care Center.
Babe was born November 6, 1913, in Melmore, to Cleveland C. and Rosina L. (Kapp) Blue. He married Lena I. Mellott June 28, 1940 and she sadly passed away on August 29, 2005.
Survivors include a daughter, Brenda L. (Daryl) Stover of Tiffin; two sons, M. Roger (Elaine) Blue of Old Fort; and Marshall B. (Marcia) Blue of Norwalk; eight grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.
Preceding him in death along with his parents and wife, Lena; is a son, Michael S. Blue on April 17, 2010; a sister, Ruth I. Williams; a brother, W. Marion Blue; and a grandson, Eric Blue in 1967.
Myron was a 1932 graduate of Old Fort High School, where he was a four-letter man in athletics and won first place as a baritone vocalist, singing "The Bells of St. Mary's". A friend said there wasn't a dry eye in the house when he finished. He remembered attending a one room school house (west of Fort Seneca) in his early years.
One of Babe's earliest work experiences was plowing fields with 2 large mules. He claimed they could kick very hard and could bite even harder. He tried to join the Army during WWII, but was denied because he had an infant daughter, and was turned away at the bus depot. Babe worked at Basic Refractories for 36 years as well as trying his hand as a Seneca County farmer. His kids still remember picking pickles and de-tasseling corn by hand and the kick the tractor gave you when you tried to crank it.
He was a member of Fort Seneca United Church of Christ and sang at the Ritz Theatre during the vaudeville era. For many years, Myron and Lena loved to fish on Lake Erie every chance they could. He served on many soup kitchens with his loving wife, Lena. Babe was a kind and gentle person, who enjoyed life. He was a ninth generation Blue and was prone to saying ‘see ya' and ‘buck up'.
Babe and his brother, Marion, are remembered as the donors of the land that the Fort Seneca baseball diamonds now sit upon.
His Funeral Service will be 1:30 PM, Monday, October 11 2010, at Hoffmann-Gottfried-Mack Funeral Home and Crematory, 236 S. Washington St., Tiffin, OH, 44883, 419-447-2424, with Rev. Becky Jones officiating. Burial will follow in Pleasant Union Cemetery, Old Fort.
Friends may visit with the family 11:30 - 1:30 PM, Monday, October 11, 2010, at Hoffmann-Gottfried-Mack Funeral Home and Crematory. Memorial contributions can be made to Fort Seneca United Church of Christ.
Letters of condolence may be sent, and the guest book signed at www.hgmackfuneralhome.com
Added by DER on Sep 11, 2013 8:57 AM
|DER||Albert Clinton Biller|
Mike this is a duplicate!
Added by DER on Sep 11, 2013 8:18 AM
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