|Carol S (#46785739)|
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I just love genealogy. I got hooked several years ago. I just love walking cemeteries. Many old stones are gorgeous. I just love a good mystery to solve. Many time answers are just awaiting me. I just have to keep my eyes open. |
I add other stones that I see in my treks in hope of helping others. If I have added one of your family, I'd be happy to transfer "management" of the memorial to you. Just let me know. Please use the edit tab on the memorial to do so. That way, I can make sure that I am transferring the correct monument. If you notice any errors, please let me know via the edit tab and I will make the corrections. Thanks. Please be patient with me about the edits that are sent automatically. I do try to keep up with them. Sometimes I do forget to check.
I lived in Green Township, a Cincinnati suburb for many years. I walked many of the cemeteries in Hamilton County, Ohio and Campbell & Kenton Counties in Kentucky. I currently live in Whitefish, Montana.
I walk cemeteries in Flathead County now.
Ohio: Trame, Bender, Kuntz, Sudbeck
Campbell Co, Kentucky: Saner, Klump, Jörger, Yeager, Federle, Steffen, Saelinger
My husband's lines are: Sanman, Jacobs, Curley, Remare, Wittman
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|Shirley, Bill, Pat, Carol, Mike, Amy, John, Jim, K||Schafstall|
Once again, thanks always for your help.
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||RE: Kellinghaus|
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||RE: Kellinghaus|
|Kenny C. Fossitt||George Ignatius Goodfriend|
Married Kate Hauger in 1904. By 1921, they are living apart. She's listed in 1921, '24, '27 and '30 CD's as Mrs Kate Goodfriend. 1930 census shows her divorced with 2 kids and a boarder, William Petri. She winds up marrying him and both buried at Evergreen.
George Jr after 1921, disappears. I'm still looking for him. Strangely this is approx when his father, George Sr, is in Longview.
|Kenny C. Fossitt||George Gurfreund 1920 census|
The George Gutfreund in the 1920 census is of the right age to be Ignatius' son. He also shows as widowed and that his parents were from France. He was at Longview. Then in 1922 his death record shows dying there of TB. (Other researchers show his death incorrectly as 28 April). He died 28 October. Buried at St. John, St. Bernard, Ohio on 30 October.
I think this is the correct George. (son of Ignatz)
The 1931 date shows just a burial date. No other info? Like you said, there were several George Gutfreund/Goodfriends. Was George reburied or perhaps this is his son?
|Kenny C. Fossitt||Martin Mathias Gutfreund|
I tried the edit button but I could not send the message. Martin was born in February 1874. I have the births of all the siblings from Church records.
Cold Spring, Ky.
St Joseph Catholic Church ...... Gutfreund, Martin; b-Feb. 20, 1874; bp-March 1, 1874; s/o Joseph Gutfreund & Katharina, his wife; sp-Aloys Krift & Barbara Messmer
Death Record and WW1 Draft Registration shows February 22nd.
|Ken Davis||Saint Joseph New Cemetery|
Nicholas Owen Wagman
Find A Grave Memorial# 120935631
Kenneth Sheldon Smith, Jr
Find A Grave Memorial# 129280442
Thank you for photographing their markers.
I've added your photos to their records in the Coffelt Database of Vietnam casualties at http://www.CoffeltDatabase.org.
Thank you again for helping us to remember them properly ...
Member, The Coffelt Group
|Buck Seibert||Anna M Lippert Seibert|
on Find a Grave you have a photo of Anna M Lippert Seibert. Can I have your permission to use this photo in my family tree?
|Carole Whittemore||RE: Stier/Velten at St Stephens|
Thank You so much Carol S for taking the photos for me. The father and mother are correct - August and Amelia Faust Stier. Since those markers have the names Belle and Marie they "may" be young children/babies who died young. I noticed an Amelia Stier born 1887- died 1887 so that child may be theirs too as the age falls in with the other known children. I will make mention of it in my family tree for more research. This is my son-in-law's Maternal side of the family. Just curious if you are also related. Thank you also for the extra information!! You are AWESOME!!
Have a great day!
|SLAMA||John CUSICK, Conrad Cemetery, Kalispell, MT|
Hi Carol, I want to thank you for the information you put on findagrave about John CUSICK who is buried in the Conrad cemetery. I have been researching my husband's ancestry. His Mother was a CUSICK and knew very little about her father's side of the family. She was one of the youngest of a very large family in Kalispell. I met my husband in Kalispell. If you have come across any other stories about the CUSICK family members from your research, please let me know. I now live in Idaho. Whitefish is a beautiful place to live. Thank you again.
Added by SLAMA on May 19, 2016 11:13 AM
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