|Natalie Norton Horvath (#47338264)|
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Hello Everyone, |
Well, I've been working on my family genealogy since 2002 and recently came across this website and figured that I'd be more than happy to help out other fellow genealogist's that are doing research on their family as well!!! I know that everyone has family members all over and some people may just be too far or just can't get to a specific cemetery to visit their family members grave.
So, if I can help anyone out there, just ask!!!
I'm located in the Chicago-land area...
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|Bill Norman||Alfred and Louise Schultz|
Thank you so much for the transfers of maintenance for Alfred and Louise Schultz. I will maintain their memorials in an honorable manner.
|R.Holly||RE: Liza Kirkham|
You are welcome.
Added by R.Holly on Aug 26, 2013 7:33 AM
Hi Natalie,looks like we have some similar ancestors!!Im looking for some Creamer info and would love to hear from you.I'd also like to thank you for all the work you have done,I started about a year ago and your information on here and mundia has been very helpful!!
|Mark Dav||RE: Shabbona Grove Cemetery|
It was our pleasure.
Mark and Sandi
Added by Mark Dav on Aug 12, 2013 8:02 AM
|A Gore||Martha Huckleberry|
Thank you for the birth date....I added it.
Added by A Gore on Jul 13, 2013 9:30 PM
|Margie Warren||Genevieve Daily..St Anne Cem Kankakee, IL|
Could you please tell me if Genevieve was a relative of yours? She may have been my G Aunt, but the only problem is that DAILY is missing the E. Do you know anything about her at all. Any information you have would be helpful.
Margie Walsh Warren
I don't find a Sarah in the Amo cemetery transcrips but there were two women named Sarah who were married to a Bryant Rudd according to Ancestry/com, Sarah Ann Merideth married Bryant 7 July 1860 and Sarah Jane Dilly married Bryant 4 March 1874
Added by R.Holly on Jun 14, 2013 7:29 PM
|R.Holly||William Dayton Rudd|
There is also a William Dayton Rudd in Amo Cemetery but the old transcrips don't give any birth or death dates. I wonder if that would be the William in your request or maybe the Dayton.
Added by R.Holly on Jun 14, 2013 7:21 PM
That should have said Aug 12, 1863
Added by R.Holly on Jun 14, 2013 7:14 PM
There was a infant son of John T. & Ruth T. who died Aug 12th 1853 he only lived 6 days. Do you think he was the Dayton your looking for?
Added by R.Holly on Jun 14, 2013 7:12 PM
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