|Kerry Hartman||RE: +Margaretha Wingerter Rupp|
You are most welcome!
|dhintx||RE: Annie Lipperd|
I was working from some printed material and I could not read the date clearly and took my best guess. Another reason I prefer to photograph cemeteries when I enter records on Findagrave instead of relying on material I have copied at a local library. Thanks for calling this to my attention. I have corrected the record to reflect the date in shown in the photograph. dh
Added by dhintx on Feb 26, 2016 3:40 PM
|Michael||RE: John Wesley Williams|
Thank you for the correction on the date of death of John Wesley Williams. I believe we may have been off a month in the date of birth thou. The 1900 census has his birth as July of 1851. I have change his memorial to reflect this. His tombstone reads 1852 for date of birth but I am sure that is in error by what records I have seen. Funny how nothing ever lines up perfect.
Added by Michael on Jun 06, 2015 10:59 AM
|EatatJoes||RE: Transferred Haucks|
You really didn't have to transfer them to me, but I've made the changes. I think anytime someone indicates the person was born or had died in Alsace for some reason find-a-grave automatically selects Dettwiller as the town.
It's not my family but if this is part of your ancestry there is more to find on this family in the Alsatian records online.
|Quentin Price||Johann Preutz|
Johann Preuss/Preutz/Preusz/Price is my GGG Grandfather. Frederick, Johann's oldest son is my GG Grandfather. You provided a picture of Frederick. How did you come across a picture of Frederick?
|Clifford Wimmer||RE: Margaret Doab / Daab|
Good Evening B.L. :
I received the information from people that were still alive in the 1990's. The accident occurred in Indianapolis, Indiana according to the printout that I had. Margaret apparently was born in Ohio in 1853. Do you have the actual birth date, as well as the place she was born in Ohio ? You also mentioned Charles and Margaret had a Daughter Kate. From this printout I have she moved to California with her family in 1923. Wish I had more details for you, but unfortunately this is all I have.
Best Regards !
|Clifford Wimmer||Margaret Doab / Daab|
I was looking at your message about Margaret Wimmer who was married to Charles Wimmer in 1873. She was killed with her youngest Son, Louis while she delivered butter and eggs to her customers. The buggy and horse were hit by a train on October 20, 1894, while they were buried on October 21, 1894.
Charles and Margaret had Daughter Clara Matilda in 1874. She married DC Williamson on June 3, 1896. Their second Daughter was Kate, named Anna Katherine Wimmer. She married George Garloch on April 10, 1901. Their oldest Son was George W. Wimmer who was born in 1877. There was talk that his wife was named Mary, but there is no record. Their was 3 other Sons, Charles, John, and Louis.
Hope this helps.
I have transferred the Probst memorials. Let me know if you want any more.
|djhwatkins||RE: Waymansville Cemetery|
Bonnie, I photographed a lot of the tombstones at Waymansville. If you will send me a list of the people you want transferred, I'll transfer them sometime. I may not get it done for a couple weeks though! Donna
Perhaps you are Bonnie Thompson, who I corresponded with some years ago when I first started researching my Behrman ancestors. You were very helpful. I added the information you requested be added. If you would like any memorials transferred to you, please let me know and I will be happy to transfer. Donna
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