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I have been interested in cemeteries for about 10 years. I have recently completed a indepth study of my hometown cemetery of Sacred Heart Cemetery in Muenster, Tx. It gives me pleasure helping out people who want to find a lost relative. I hope to eventually photograph all the graves in Muenster and branch out to local cemeteries in the Cooke and Montague county areas. If anyone needs anything from those areas, please feel free to contact me.|
Just recently have been looking for family members. Rockweiler, Haverkamp, Eckart, Walterscheid, Strobel, Seidl, Kreiner, Bender, Busch, Stehl, Jehle, and many more. If you find some, let me know, I'm always on the trail of family. Thank you to all who have helped me in the past.
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|L. Forbes||RE: walter dolan|
I have found a Walter J. Dolan 1887-1949 in the Assumption Catholic (Charlotte) Cemetery in Clinton County, Iowa. He has no memorial. I emailed them and asked of any information on him. If this is not him is there anyway you could just add a 2nd husband of Walter Dolan married in 1926 and that he preceded her in death?
|L. Forbes||Margaret Dolan|
St. Mary Cemetery Nichols
There are two children missing but I don't know if they are in that cemetery or not. (Charles James & Robert John Jehle.)
(below is from her 1st husband's obit, he married again.)
In 1900 he married Margaret Oostendorp. To them six children were born: Roy, William Henry, Lewis C., Charles James, Robert John, and Marguerite Katherine.'s
Margaret also married again, he 2nd spouse was Walter Dolan, married in 1926, he preceeded her in death.
Could you help me find the graves of these other two children so the family can be linked. I would really appreciate it. L. Forbes
|Leaton Clark||Maxwell transfers|
I appeciate your doing this and I'll get the additional information & links done shortly.
|Mike Cronk||RE: Swirczynski|
Good Morning Loresann,
Yes, I did finally receive the 'Find A Grave' memorial for Herman Swirzcynski. Thank you for going to bat for me! And, yes, Ed Knauf is my cousin, as well.
I'm sorry I have been so remiss in responding to you. And, forgive me if I've said this before, but I care for my elderly parents and time has a way of getting away from me.
Thank you for getting this picture for me, I appreciate it.
|Mike Cronk||RE: Katie XYZ|
Good Morning Loresann,
Thank you very much for the offer of Katie's genealogical work. I received something from her many, many years ago. It is currently in storage. First, let me see if I can locate it in the near (or not so near) future. I'm not sure how encompassing the portion I received was. I remember it hit upon the Schmidts and Pultes, but I don't know how deeply it went into the Knaufs and Swirczynskis. I would hate to deprive potentially interested Texan family members of this resource (if they even knew to come looking at the school library).
Thank you for your efforts in obtaining and publishing the photo of the Whaley family marker.
|jamada2153||Paul Tempel and Marcella Switzer|
Thank you for getting these for me, I really appreciate it
|Betty Harrigill, Hall||David Gurley|
Thankyou for the transfer. We appriciate all you do here on Find A Grave.
|LLT||Date of death|
Leo J. Eckart died January 29, 2012. Saw you had previously added him and are a family member. My condolences.
Added by LLT on Jan 29, 2012 5:58 PM
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