|Michael Coppage (#47303247)|
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Semi-retired model railroader who has just discovered the addiction of genealogy. I live in South Saint Louis County Missouri, but I am close to Jefferson County Missouri and right across the Mississippi River from Monroe and Saint Clair Counties in Illinois.|
I most enjoy trying to link families together, finding out who are the parents, aunts and uncles, and grandparents of various people I have discovered here. When possible I try to find obituaries at the library and copy them into the bio.
If I can help you, please contact me.
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|Chuck Nowotny||RE: Dorothy Welsch Thiele Hergenroeder|
Thank you for your help Michael. This problem grew way out of proportion in my considered opinion. However, everyone involved was trying to do what is right. Sometimes what is right isn't always without a little grief and effort.
Thanks again for what you've done. I believe we've all worked it out to anyone who is interested in Dorthy's family's best interest now.
|Chuck Nowotny||Alert to Duplicate Find A Grave Memorials # 58130216 and another # 10621583|
I was filling in some branches on my families tree and I found that somehow two contributors had inadvertently created a dupicate of Dorothy Welsch Thiele Hergenroeder's Find a Grave Memorial. Dorothy is my maternal 2nd cousin
Michael There is your Memorial and another by Sam
Find A Grave Memorial# 10621583
The older one by SAm is listed was created by Sam in 2005. It however was not as complete as your Memorial as it has no photograph of the marker. I find that both are lacking some facts such as the Obituary I sent you earlierby email. Mr. Pasquin has refused to delete his part of the duplicate memorial as can be fully understood.
Mike, is should be noted that I've already sent a suggested correction to you and the other contributor earlier Sam updated his Memorial to update the connections between Dorothy and her two husbands etc. However he has no photo of the stone which your Memorial does.
I could fix the error if you'd allow me to use your photo on the Site Created by Sam. Or if you could post your photo of Cletus and Dorothy's headstone on his site. Then possibly remove or delete your's ????
I am only trying to clean up the issue for family researchers who can get the two sites confused.
Again, The family relation ship to me is not that distant but it does not fall into the generally acceptable transferrable catagory so that I why I don't ask for transfer to my name.
The final memorial should read:
Dorothy Welsch (Thiele) Hergenroeder
Birth: Sep. 24, 1919
Death: Mar. 3, 2005
Saint Paul Evangelical Burial Park
Created by: Sam Pasquin
Find A Grave Memorial# 10621583
First Husband was: Cletus J. Welsch Find A Grave Memorial# 46880384
Second Husband was: Homer W. Hergenroeder Find A Grave Memorial# 15414390
|Ronna Johnstone||Thank you again|
Thank you again for transferring relatives to me and all of your contributions.
It is very much appreciated.
|Ronna Johnstone||Thank you|
Thank you so much the transfer of my ggg grandparents. It means so much and I can now share what I know about them.
And thank you for all the countless hours and your contributions.
|Lanie||RE: Philip and Mary Reifel|
I think we have all done it!
Added by Lanie on Nov 14, 2012 6:50 PM
Thank you, so much, Karen
Added by karen on Jul 02, 2012 10:13 PM
|Susan Ing||Park Lawn Cemetery|
I might be sending this message a second time but I hope to see you next Saturday at 9 am for a photo taking group adventure. Should only be an hour or two. Bring a whisk broom.
|Bill Buchholz||RE: Mosbacher's in Columbia, ILL|
Mike, I appreciate your comments. I am sure I am related to all the Mosbacher's in Monroe County, just have to find the keystone to bring them together, but I assume that I will end up in Deidsheim Germany where my Stauder & Mosbacher families both collected.
Thanks for all your work.
|poet & genealogist||Arthur Parrott|
Thanks for the transfer!
|Alan Haan||PROF HENRY W SPECKING|
Henry is my gr grandfather buried at Mount Olive Cemetery, Lemay, MO. My wife and I purchased the marker when we found the unmarked grave. I would like to add more info to the memorial. You can transfer it to me or I will supply the info to you if you prefer. Are you related?
Henry's father is Gerhard Anton Specking, b 1820 Coesfeld Germany, who arived in St Louis area in 1855 and died in 1857. I have not been able to find out any specific info on his death. If you run across anything about him, I would appreciate the information.
Thanks for all of your efforts.
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