|Carol Lutz (#46777262)|
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My husband Garry and I have been researching our family since 1999. We live on Whidbey Island in Washington.|
I am researching names Herbst, Grimm, Schildknecht, Wallet, Geschwend, Bohnenstiehl, Bendincki, Schander, Sanders and Krasickaite.
Husband's family name research for Doll, Powers, Hageman, Haggard, Heminover, Lutz, Spurling, Quigle
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|DC||Nicholas Doll and Teresia Doll nee Meier at Holy Trinity|
Carol: I have recently figured out that Nicolas and Teresia were my great grandmother's parents....my great grandmother married Michael Escher. My family comes from Rock Valley Iowa. If you cut and paste the below link you will find Juliana's Find A Grave Memorial.....do you know if she had any brothers and sisters, I notice that she stayed with her uncle for a while (your husband's great grandfather) near Iowa City. I would ber happy to trade and share any info that you might have on the Dahl/Doll Family with info from my family the Beumer's and Escher's.
My personal e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by DC on Nov 18, 2013 6:46 AM
Thanks for the additional info and photo for his
memorial. If you know birth site, I would be glad
to add it also
Added by GLG on Aug 31, 2013 4:06 PM
|Denmother||RE: Leonard & Elizabeth Schildknecht|
Hi Carol, you may use my photos however you wish.
|Denine Urquhart||RE: Ralph Everette|
You are very welcome. I am glad I could help.
No, native Texan.
Added by Remo on Oct 16, 2012 11:44 AM
I have a brother-in-law in Ft. Worth Texas named L. B. Sanders around 87 years of age.
Added by Remo on Oct 16, 2012 10:21 AM
|Remo||RE: Warren & Sophia Arbogast|
Sure, use my photos as you like.
Added by Remo on Oct 16, 2012 10:19 AM
|Warren Weimer||RE: Julius & Robert Dombrowski|
Sure, no problem
|The Lady in Black||Re: Geschwend monument|
If you'd like, I have close-up shots of all the other names on the monument, and a full shot of the monument that I can post. Let me know if you'd like me to do so.
|The Lady in Black||Russell William Geschwend @ Woodmere in Detroit|
I was mowing the rows, and took photos of the Geschwend monument. Russell is on the side of the monument, which is why probably no one saw him. They just cut and edged that section, so it was showing at the time I took the photo, which was on Sept. 17. I left a teddy bear token for the little guy. May he rest in peace.
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