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|Janet S. Alvis||Adam Weidner|
Hi I don't understand your correction for Spouse #2, p!!lease clarify. Thank you!
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1963) Chicago, Illinois 12 Jan 1930 Obituary
Barbara Schneider, nee Mann, March 10, aged 82, beloved wife of the late Jacob Schneider, fond mother of Mrs. Peter Muno, Martin N., Mathias J., Nicholas J. and William Schneider. Funeral Thursday, March 13 at 9:30a.m. from son's residence, 7300 Ridge av., to St. Margaret Mary's church. Interment St. Henry's cemetery.
Added by Lkrier on Dec 21, 2014 9:54 AM
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Wenzel Dietz|
Ok. Thanks. I don't recall my exact question, but my Joseph Dietz was indeed in Livingston County, IL, just wondering where he was before that.
|PhotoLepidoptera||Braun in Curlew Hills Cemetery|
I received your edits and they are processed. I would be glad to transfer the memorials to you if they are your family in any way. No one takes better care of family than family!! Send me an edit for those you want. Thanks! Jill
|Mountain Traveler||Wenzel Dietz|
I noticed that you were the creator of the memorial for Wenzel Dietz in Lake Co., IL. I have been trying to trace back our Joseph Dietz to when he came across the ocean. I found a passenger list (so many Joseph and John Dietz') that fits with my Joseph Dietz whose father's name was John. The passenger list shows them arriving in NY in 1868 on the ship named Gessner. It shows a John, Elizabeth, Joseph, and Wenzel Dietz. Age of Joseph (19) fits in with my Joseph who was born 4 Oct. 1850 in Germany. I am wondering if you know anything about your Wenzel Dietz family. My Joseph first was in LaSalle Co. IL and then moved down to Livingston Co., IL.
Hi, just wanted to let you know that I found the gravesites of Roland L Fuson and Mary L Pine. They are buried on the side of CR 1350N in Clark County (the road across from the Lincoln Trail St Park entrance) I was coming back from Zion Cemetery and the collection of graves to the side of the road caught my eye so I stopped to document them. Will be putting them up today as the Low Cemetery since that is the oldest surname there.
Added by Kirsten on Apr 17, 2014 1:43 PM
|Ace||Edward Atzel, et. al.|
Hi! Photos posted for Edward Atzel. The lot he is buried on is not very scenic. I wish there is something I could have done to make the area look better.
Katie Atzel: 1893 - 1969
Florence Hurley: Jun. 16, 1911 - Feb. 17, 1993
Harry L. Hurley: Oct. 20, 1906 - Feb. 22, 1951
Irvin Pehlke: 1899 - 1976
Katie Pehlke: 1871 - 1945
Charles Pehlke: 1859 - 1920
If you create the memorials (if needed) and add the photo requests I will post the photos for you. Ace
Added by Ace on Oct 20, 2013 5:26 PM
Hello, i thought i would tell you that John Fuson married again in 04 Aug 1865 to Nancy James. Nancy and him had 3 more children, John changed his last name to Fuston when he married again. Ahh, and there is another memorial under his last name of Fuston. Thx, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Sep 28, 2013 7:33 PM
Hi! When I found the graves of Mary and William Krieman, I found several other Kriemans in that same area that have no memorial pages; I thought I'd ask (I'm going through all my photos here...):
Charles W. 7/21/32-10/15/'04 PFC Army Korea
Walter A. 1900-1952
Myrtle A. 1906-1957
Louis Walter 1/31/26-12/30/67 S. Sgt AF Korea
Let me know if any of these are helpful.
Added by Rahni on Sep 08, 2013 10:24 PM
|Richard Jacobsen||RE: Deutsch|
After visiting and taking photos in Searles, I created some new memorials for some of the Deutsch graves. If you are related and would like to have me transfer management of those new memorials, please let me know.
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