|ondreea||RE: looking for missing grave|
Thanks. He's my 3rd great grandfather. Since they were both living in Beemer and both died in Beemer i'm going with the assumption of same cemetery. I'm hoping he wasnt buried at his residence and is lost.
Added by ondreea on Apr 21, 2015 8:21 PM
|ondreea||looking for missing grave|
I'm looking for the missing grave for Wilhelm Albert Friederich Werbelow. He was the husband of Marie Elizabeth Wobbermin Werbelow and father to Friederich August Werbelow (b. 1835)
Marie's husband Wilhelm was born about 1810 in Germany and died March 3, 1877 in Beemer, NE. Marie died in 1868 and is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery. I'm assuming since Wilhelm died 9 years later and also in Beemer, he is also buried in the same cemetery and not far from his wife. However, his grave is not listed anywhere in the Find a Grave database.
Do you know if his grave is there? I live in SL, UT now and it wouldn't be viable for me to visually look.
Thanks for any assistance.
Added by ondreea on Apr 19, 2015 2:45 PM
|Tuck||RE: Edwin Joseph Litz|
Transferred to you. Glad to help
Added by Tuck on Oct 20, 2014 8:41 AM
|Pam Wagler||Wilburt Bollmeyer|
First, thank you so much for all the work that you do and have done. Great dedication and much appreciated.
Wilburt Bollmeyer is a distant cousin on my mother's side. I'm wondering if I may have your permission to use the photo you have provided? This is in the Correctionville Cemetery. I know I visited this cemetery about 8 years ago, but I sure missed this stone.
Pam Richardson Wagler
|Patricia Redfearn||RE: Hazel and Eugene Leonard|
Good morning Deb,
I've finally created the memorial for Eugene Leonard though I'm really having to search for additional information for him. He's ready to have your beautiful photo added to him, if you have a moment.
Thank you so much!
|David Erin Butler||Edna & William Ellis headstone|
Your services are very greatly appreciated by those of us who live too far away!
|Patricia Redfearn||The Harmeiers|
Thank you for photographing the Harmeier headstones for me - I sincerely appreciate your doing that!
My great great grandmother was born one of the Harmeyer family....that's the way her side spelled it anyway. It seems every single one of them is easy to locate - except for her. She ran off and married an Irishman....ah well.
Thank you again!
|Patricia Redfearn||Hazel Harmeier Leonard|
Thank you so much for the photo of Hazel and Eugene Leonard's headstone. I'd like to create a memorial for Eugene today. Once complete, may I ask you to upload the photo to his memorial as well?
Thank you again!
|Susan Smith||Sophia Jost in Greenwood Cemetery|
I saw the posting for Sophia by you and I wanted to thank you. I haven't made it to that cemetery but I will tell you that The family links are correct. Friederika Haase was her daughter. John was my great grandfather.
|Irene Keiper Alexander||RE: Joseph Birchem|
Thanks so much for the linking Joseph and adding his first name!
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