|Connie Clark (#47521997)|
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I am very interested in geneology, but most of our family is on the east coast. We would like to help others find their ancestors in central Illinois. My husband Wayne goes with me so we have an extra set of eyes. Feel free to use pictures on Ancestry.com or wherever you like..that's why we do this :)|
I will be happy to transfer any memorials that I have made in Illinois as they are not related to us. Please use the edit tab to do so. Please be patient, I don't always see them right away. Best wishes to all!!
If you have time, please visit my siblings and Mom and Dad. Thanks so much, Connie
Robert William Klotz
Susan Jean Klotz Hack
Edward Ralph Klotz
Shirley Nadine Adams Klotz
Edward Gustav Klotz
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You never know Connie, I had a Huber from MO move to Ohio to marry her first cousin in the 1870s. Not sure how many brothers and sisters her husband had, but you never some may have settled in PA.
|Julie Huber||RE: Root?|
My Root's are out in California--Colma, Alameda, San Francisco. Had 3 brothers that immigrated to US in 1830s--one stayed here in MO and the other two went to California during the gold rush--one stayed (had like 10 kids--daughter married a Root) and the other was a bachelor.
|Julie Huber||RE: Homer and Marguerite Kincaid|
YOU are AWESOME!! I was hoping to get there this fall to try and find them, but I have TONS of things going on right now with my research--helping 2 grad students write their thesis on my family--one is doing it about the slaves my GGGrandfather had, and the other is doing about the Ferry he started and lasted almost 100 years before the bridge was built that ultimately put the Ferry out of business
|Julie Huber||Homer and Marguerite Kincaid|
THANK YOU SO MUCH for the photos of their graves!!! Someone tried telling me that they were not buried there when I made their memorials and I just knew they had to be there as that is where all of Marguerite's family is and they both were from Springfield, IL and lived there all their lives.
THANK YOU Again!!!!
|Jane Denny||RE: photo request|
Connie, thank you for the transfer offer, but I am not closely related so I shall decline...so very thoughtful of you!
OMG! You found Casper Hamerly's grave. I can not thank you enough!!! Thank you so much!
Added by shazzel on Sep 17, 2016 3:06 PM
|Jane Denny||photo request|
Thank you so very much, Connie, for the photo of Huenefeld grave marker! Your 2,000+ volunteer photos are amazing. All is appreciated!
|Marty||Helen and Ellen Worley|
Hi Connie, thank you so much for fulfilling my photo requests for Helen and Ellen Worley, very much appreciated...
Added by Marty on Sep 17, 2016 1:14 PM
|Gladys Turner Dinkeloo||Alberta Pierce|
Thank you so much for the photo of Alberta Powers Pierce memorial stone. Have a great day.
|Wayne Irons||Jesse Loring @ Rushville|
Thanks for the photos!
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