|Linda Warman Sims||Thanks|
Thank you for the Amiott edits ,All Done !
|DogMama08||Hill Crest Cemetery|
Have you been back to Hill Crest Cemetery (Hamilton County OH) since its rehabilitation was completed?
Thank you so much for the transfers!
Added by Jo Roth on May 19, 2013 8:14 PM
|Carol S||Julius Denninger|
Found his death record at the UC Blegen library. Middle initial is M. So what you sent earlier may be him. Thanks.
Added by Carol S on Mar 24, 2013 2:29 PM
Marriage banns were not legal early enough. Those started April 1883. So most likely their marriage bond burned in one of the courthouse fires. And they did not do a reconstructed bond. Many did not.
Thanks for the suggestion.
Added by Carol S on Mar 24, 2013 2:22 PM
|Carol S||RE: Gertrude Denninger at Mt Washington|
Thanks. I think they married in the US. Not in Germany. She emigrated in 1868. She would have been 13 at the time. Could not find them in the Cincinnati marriage bonds. Guess I have to check the banns. Their first child was born in 1879 or 1880.
Added by Carol S on Mar 24, 2013 2:16 PM
|Carol S||Gertrude Denninger at Mt Washington|
Thanks for posting her memorial. She's buried with one of her younger daughters. Her son married my grandmother's cousin, Myrtle Bender.
I am trying to find her maiden name. Do you have any ideas? I know she was widowed prior to the 1900 census.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Carol S on Mar 24, 2013 1:10 PM
|Carol S||RE: Leistners at St STephens|
Check at the office. They do have a plot map there. Also one is posted on the Campbell County, Ky GenWeb.
Some of the plot info there also.
Added by Carol S on Feb 09, 2013 8:47 PM
|Carol S||Leistners at St STephens|
Many thanks for the good photos of their stones. I do appreciate your doing this for me.
Added by Carol S on Feb 09, 2013 11:55 AM
|CharlieAngels||Mt Washington Cemetery|
It is the smaller library in Mt. Washington which is in town where I found the book. I copied some pages but their copier machine is a bit expensive at .25 each. If you have a digital camera you can take pictures from the book to save time and money. The Cincinnati library near Clermont Anderson Hospital does not have anything on that cemetery. I never thought to look at Clermont County Library but they do the best genealogy research section in the area since the court houses never caught on fire. There is also an old book that does list early settlers in some of the older cemeteries within Clermont County that you can access from your computer if you have a library card but Not so sure about Hamilton County, Ohio. There's pently to read about these counties in the past.
History of Clermont County, Ohio
Philadelphia :: L.H. Everts,, 1880, 645 pgs.
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