|Beverly Ackermann Jobe (#46998330)|
| || member for 6 years, 7 months, 8 days|
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|I' m hoping that all the hard work put in by myself and all the other contributors will be of great value someday to all those persons looking to find out about their kin. God bless and happy hunting.|
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|Laura V||Charles Peter Sturm|
Thank you Beverly. At the time I sent you the message for Lydia I either had not yet found Charles/Carl or I was not totally convinced it was the right match of this family. I appreciate your help.
Added by Laura V on Oct 16, 2014 12:29 PM
|Larry Brehm||Fred C Ackermann|
Review Fred C "Fritz" Ackermann's Family, I noticed that you don't have much info on the first child, Rosa.
They moved to Los Angeles, California and changed their name to Matsdorf. Once there, Rosa was known as Rosie.
If you access family search for California, you can find the census info for 1920 & 1930, the marriage of the three children and the death info for the sons and the parents. Find a Grave also has I info for Rosie and the two sons and one daughter-in-law.
The daughter's info in found in Utah, under Lorene Sorenson.
|Gerri (Voss) Ward||Thank you|
Thank you for contacting me.. surnname correction has been made and family connections as well!
|Dancy Girot||Vitals on Robert Goldsborough|
My records for Robert Goldsborough, Sr. show the following:
B. 01 Dec 1660 Blandford, Dorset Co., England
D. 25 Dec 1746 Ashby Estate, Talbot Co., MD
Parents: Nicholas Goldsborough and Margaret Howes, daughter of Abraham Howes (Margaret Howes 2nd husband was George Robins)
Wife: Elizabeth Greenberry
Children: Ann, Elizabeth, Mary, Nicholas, Howes, Robert, Charles, William, John, Greenberry and unknown male
I have his marraige date as well as children's dates, spouse names, their children etc.
|KSchnuriger||RE: Emory Schnuriger|
You're welcome! I signed up today to make sure he was added but someone had already added him. He had a true passion for family historical research. He was a great man, he will be missed by many. It is still hard to believe he is gone. I may add pictures if I come across more.
Emory had told me he was at Saint Johns Lutheran Cemetery with you when you got the sad news about little Jesse. I sponsored his memorial in honor of Emory.
Added by LKat on Oct 02, 2013 6:25 AM
|John Thomas Brieger||Emory|
Emory was always a great help to me. Sorry to see him move on.
I saw that in the paper this A M, hard to believe, such a nice man. His memorial has already been entered. I'm going to miss our messages back and forth.
Thanks for notifying me.
Added by LKat on Oct 01, 2013 12:27 PM
|Tammy||RE: Schertz Cemetery, Schertz, Texas|
Sorry it has taken over a year to get back with you. Due to health issues I have not worked on findagrave until recently. I have been making my way through transfers, corrections, requests etc. I will start working on copying your info on the Schertz Cemetery in the next couple of days and will let you know when I finish. Again, sorry for the delay.----Tammy
Added by Tammy on May 10, 2013 6:28 AM
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