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|Anna Jaech||Elks Rest|
The shot of Elks Rest on Dr. Hellmuth's memorial is a evocative! I want Robert Frost to come to me & recite a poem about the place human souls entwine with Nature, their spires pushing up from the ground like frost flowers. I think you achieved this effect by standing downhill??
|Margo Reasner||RE: Mary Crane Dickinson|
Thank you. I could not find her or her brother listed in the current cemetery records. I suspected that she was either re-interred here or never interred in St. Louis, but that was where the death records said she was. I will remove her St. Louis memorial and make a notation on the others in her family that have additional memorials on this site. Thank you again for your help. -Margo-
|Nathan Vaughan Marks||RE: Lena & Howard Taylor|
Thank you, sir. I certainly will. I know only a little about Lena, but I know two grandchildren of their's who can tell me more. I have a fully transcribed bio of Howard to share filled with loads of information. Thank you again!
Hello, here are those last two numbers for my Straub Family, this is Prisilla Straub and her husband Frank H Julian. # 144588163 and 144588508 hopefully I didn't make a mistake.
Once again thank you.
Thank you very much for the transfers you were able to do. I must have written the numbers down wrong on those you couldn't transfer. I will send them through again and will add their names as well. I deffinately will care for them. Also, I want you to know that I highly value my ancestry and respect the gift of any transfers. I also will transfer to another Relitive that is closer then I am in relationships, like you, provided that they appreciate the importance of accurate and true (to the best of their knowledge) information for other genealogist and family members seeking it. Again, Thank you
Hello, If possible, I would like the following family members transferred to me from Bellefontaine Cemetery.#144588950,144605052, 144588889, 14458163, 144588508 & 144588106.I deeply appreciate it.Celia
|Paul Mishura||Percy Joseph Ryan (1866-1905)|
Percy Joseph Ryan was born in Melbourne as Pierce Ryan, the son of Patrick Joseph and Catherine Mary (nee Cowmen) Ryan. His name was registered as Pierce Ryan. He attended Scotch College, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in 1882 as Pierce Joseph Ryan. Family notices name him Percy J. Ryan. I have sent through information on his exact DOB and DOD and the relevant places for Find a Grave to consider adding.
|Franklin||Warner family members|
Thank you for posting the additional information for these family members. A nice surprise!
Added by Franklin on Jul 26, 2015 3:29 PM
|Juli Claussen||RE: Lucia Claussen|
Randal, I also meant to add that Edward J. Pfershe's mother Anna was widowed and remarried in 1869 to William Gramm, just so you know if you are looking for her to link to her son.
|Juli Claussen||RE: Lucia Claussen|
I researched the people around her thoroughly and what I learned is that plot belonged to a wealthy St. Louis family whose patriarch was Gottlieb Conzelman. His son, Theophilus, was particularly well known and a philanthropist. Many of the family are buried there, but also some non-family members like my Lucia Claussen. Lucia's son, Hugo Claussen, appears to have either worked for or was friends with some of the Conzelman's, and it looks like he cared for his mother in St. Louis at the end of her life. She'd been a widow for many years and there was probably little money to bury her with. I'm guessing that the plot was provided as a token of friendship. Part of the friendship may have stemmed from them all being immigrants from what was then Holstein in Denmark but later part of Germany. This is a theory on my part and I'm not certain the Conzelman's were from the same vicinity as the Claussen's.
Edward J. Pfershe was the son of Anna Conzelman Pfershe, likely a sister to Gottlieb. Edward was born about 1840, so he was a young man when he died. He appears with his parents in 1850 census in New York City and may have been their only child.
Gottlieb Conzelman's obit appears in the St Louis P-D, 4/26,1884, p. 5. His wife was Jorgine/Georgine A. Gronbeck, born Denmark.
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