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Hello. I have been doing research on various branches of my family tree for nigh unto 30 years. I collect grave photos of my family members as well as obituaries. Lately I've decided to engage myself in the time consuming, tedious, and gratifying task of photographing an entire older section of a graveyard north of me.|
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|Amy Junkins||RE: Pauline Schmiesing|
Thank you for your help photographing my grandparent's headstone and also my great aunt and uncle's headstone. Much appreciated!
|A. Chronicler||Drees Graves|
You left me a message regarding a photo of a stone that I probably put under the wrong person(s). Can you tell me the number of the memorial I need to remove/add/change in some way? Everyone was named Maria something (or Elizabeth, Catherine, or Anna) back then and I'm confused. I think you are probably correct, however, as your explanation of twins makes sense. We have one of these double stones in my family as well, they were both babies that died on the same day. It seems like this kind of stone is usually used in that kind of circumstance.
Thanks : )
|Emily Schroeder||RE: Bernard Bernhold|
Oh my goodness, please don't worry about it - I could see everything all right once I zoomed in on the photo - don't worry about it! And thank you SO much for all of the photos you took for me at St. Augustine's! So many of my husband's ancestors are buried there and we live out of state, so it's hard to research the family sometimes. I really appreciate your time!
|Joan Shoffner||RE: The Sisters of St. Augustine|
Glad to help you.this way they have there own tombstone.
|5O C@L G3N!3||Gerald Dahlinghaus|
I have linked his wife Norma to his memorial and thanks for the photo!! Keep up the great work!!
|A. Chronicler||Hoying Photo|
Thanks for taking this!
Thank you for the headstone photos...appreciate it.
|Joanne (Bruns) Sherwood||RE: Odelia Budde|
Thanks for your prompt reply. In my notes, I have Josephine's husband as Martin Jacob 6/1/1848 Bavaria, Germany - 1/15/1920 in Minster, Ohio. They were married at St. Augustine on 6/2/1870. Josephine Budde born 3/15/1852 in Minster and died 3/26/1925 in Minster. Maybe that will help find their graves.
|A. Chronicler||Berting Photo|
Thanks so much for taking the photo. The old section of St. Augustine's is very tough to navigate so I am particularly grateful this thanksgiving.
|rp||Edna B Walther|
Thanks for the info on Edna. The person of the same name I am looking for was born on the listed death date on the memorial. I am wondering if the birth and death dates were switched. I'll keep looking. Genealogy is a puzzle isn't it.~rp
Added by rp on Sep 02, 2013 10:58 AM
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