|Connie Langvardt (#47150099)|
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I am a retired medical clerk and have been interested in genealogy since I was a child. I have lived in Ottawa County, Salina, Chapman and Junction City, Kansas. My FindaGrave memorials are in Ottawa, Dickinson, Clay, Geary, Riley and Wabaunsee Counties.|
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Cheryl White, Diana Douglas, Donna (Endorf)..., Kate Jacques, Kevin , LAOsbourn, Mae, Sheryl , SR, Sue Henry, zadalew
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|Sheryl ||Anna Mae Beaver Burns Langvardt|
I didn't even realize I had her until the GSGS contacted me, wanting me to change her last name to Burns Langvardt. You may not even want her, but you are stuck with her now! Hope you had a great time on your trip!
Added by Sheryl on Jul 17, 2014 4:12 PM
|Amy Feigley||RE: family plots|
Okay. I will get a list and e-mail them to you.
|Amy Feigley||family plots|
Would it be okay if I maintained my family plots on find a grave that you have. The last names are Rosell and Ruthstrom.
|JoAnn Kurtze||Rosa (Miller) Kurtze|
Thank you for the information on Rosa. When I was in Junction City last it was just for a few hours at the public library. And a big thanks for all the memorials you've recorded.
For that to be true, the year carved into the tombstone for BOTH mother and son would be in error, right?
Added by JLF on Jul 07, 2014 9:39 AM
Rereading the obit that you have posted on the memorial, I am back to my originally thinking that she died shortly AFTER the birth of baby Max. This is from the obit . . . "Mrs. Denio leaves her husband, her infant son ONE WEEK OLD, her father, one brother and three sisters to mourn her untimely departure. "
Added by JLF on Jul 06, 2014 12:20 PM
Hi Connie, I do NOT have good data to go from, in fact I'm not sure of my source (shame on me). I knew Will Denio and his second wife Bessie while they were living in Russell, KS. Looking at the dates and using simple logic, I would have assumed that the baby was born Mar. 31, 1903; momma died a week later; a few months later the baby dies. . . . . BUT if you have info that says that she Married in April 1903 and joined the church in Dec. 1903, then the death date for Jennie surely must be 1904. Another thought, if she was married in April 1903, that would have been AFTER the baby was born. Use your own judgment as to which are the correct dates and I will accept that. I think we might have a source at our local genealogy library that might reinforce the marriage date. I will try to remember to check that out next time I'm at the library. Thanks, JLF
Added by JLF on Jul 06, 2014 12:06 PM
|Daylily||Charlton H. Thompson|
Thanks for finding Charlton's burial in Kansas. I think it would be ok to link him to his parents. You emailed me for advice. I will add a cross reference to his burial in Kansas. I don't think it's a problem because he has two headstones so if people read our notes and his headstone in New Hampshire they will understand.
Added by Daylily on Jul 06, 2014 7:37 AM
As a genealogist who feels like I'm related to half of Holy Family cemetery in Alma, I just wanted to say thank you for all of your diligence in putting the headstone photos online.
It's much appreciated and keep up the good work!
Added by themick on Jul 05, 2014 7:51 PM
|Valerie ||Robert Hunter|
There is a group called
United States Colored Troop (USCT) Headstone Project, and they are trying to get photos (and where they are located) of headstones. You took a wonderful photo of my 2nd great grandfathers headstone and I wondered if you could add it to the project, please.
Added by Valerie on Jul 04, 2014 7:59 AM
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