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Always keen to help fellow family historians and will assist others when more than a photo is needed. I really enjoy some the mysteries our families leave us! If I can help, please ask and I will do what I can, thanks.|
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|MrsB||First Mennonite photos|
Thanks so much!
Added by MrsB on Sep 28, 2014 12:58 PM
|Nancy Adams||Emma Erwin|
Mr Baker, I don't know how I managed to make such a huge mistake, but I did. I have managed to put the wrong parents on Emma Erwin's Find A Grave page #26873876. I have sent a second edit request. I hope you will correct what I did.
Thank you in advance.
|S Berg||William Brazill photo @ Westport Cemetery|
Thank you for the great photo !
Added by S Berg on Aug 15, 2014 7:50 PM
|Gary and Linda Albrecht Maret||philip and elizabeth krehbiel|
Thanks for this picture also. Thanks Linda Maret
|Gary and Linda Albrecht Maret||elmer krehbiel|
Hi, Thank you so much for getting the picture of Elmer Krehbiel. I really appreciate it as we are unable to get it ourself. Thanks again and have a great day. Linda Albrecht Maret
|MrsB||So sorry--it is a different Johannes Penner|
I took another look--you did post it on all 4 people. I couldn't believe there were 2 Johannes Penners, both dying in 1924,in that one small Mennonite cemetery and there most certainly were..
Added by MrsB on Jan 27, 2014 8:41 PM
|MrsB||Johannes & Magdalene Pennr could use that 4-person photo|
Johannes Penner, born Kotzelizk West Prussia (19 Feb. 1840) and his wife (Magdalene Penner (1848-1911) could use that 4-person tombstone picture you took for Gustav and Marie A.
I am going to put in a photo request, and your picture would be grand for both :)
Added by MrsB on Jan 27, 2014 8:12 PM
|MrsB||Gertrude Jansen photos at First Mennonite|
Thank you so much for these photos!
Added by MrsB on Jan 26, 2014 7:40 PM
|Susan R. Cole||Waldo and Marie Penner|
Thank you for the headstone pictures.
|MrsB||RE: Penner pictures at First Mennonite|
Yes, actually that is why I was hoping for some area photos so I could see who to link with whom. Stuff like being buried right next to each other, or tombstones that are identical, do give clues even if you don't quite have "Wife of...." or "Married...." written on the stone. Any help you can give me will be most appreciated, because I do want to link families.
Added by MrsB on Jan 19, 2014 8:24 PM
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