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Amy Robbins-Tjaden (#46506517)
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Bio Photo My motto: No skeleton too bony and no closet too deep.

Please limit images you add to those of the people being memorialized and their tombstones. That means no scans of obits, birth or death certificates, census reports, well, you get the idea. Thanks!

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Nola Marquardt
Mary French
There are a couple of possibilities about the French name. #1 Mary wanted to be remembered with the name since her child(ren) had the name. More likely: #2 It was a French monument and her French in-laws and descendants made the decision after her death to use French rather than Summers because she had been married to LeGrand French for more years. I was more surprised that Mary had put Charles on the stone....that was why I did the research to find Charles' connection.
Added by Nola Marquardt on Jan 24, 2017 5:37 AM
Alma Smith
RE: Adell and Nathan Wynne
Amy, I was ok with it. As long as the memorial are created I am not concerned about numbers. We are a team in this effort.

Alma Smith
Added by Alma Smith on Jan 23, 2017 10:27 AM
Alma Smith
Adell and Nathan Wynne
Amy, thank you for the transfer of the Wynnes and thank you for your many contributions to Find A Grave.

Alma Smith
Added by Alma Smith on Jan 23, 2017 8:00 AM
James Webster
RE: Nathan James Wynne's memorial
Thank you!
Added by James Webster on Jan 23, 2017 7:09 AM
James Edmundson
Edmundson Family Reunion
I am reaching out to all Edmundsons regarding a reunion. Another cousin and I are in the initial planning stages now. We are not sure whether we will do it this summer or next, but we have created a Facebook page for the event. It will be nothing fancy, but we hope to share stories, photos and other items of interest for the Edmundsons from the McKeesport or Pittsburgh area (and beyond). If you have ANY interest at all in the family, please join. Make a comment on how you are related or why you are interested. Thanks, Jim Edmundson.

p.s. If you know of any related Edmundsons, pass this info about the reunion to them.
Added by James Edmundson on Jan 19, 2017 9:11 PM
James Webster
James Melvin Joyner

Thank you for the memorial transfer!
Added by James Webster on Jan 13, 2017 11:48 AM
Sandra Harris
Dorothy Marie Elgin
I added a photo of her. Sandi
Added by Sandra Harris on Dec 30, 2016 8:34 PM
Judy Holweger
RE: Infant of Chas. and Gesina Woltzen Stimpert
I added the infant Stimpert b and d 1-5-1912 and linked to Charles and Gesina. I know 100% that this is their child from the church records and while I did not enter a cemetery I did note in the bio my thoughts. I couldn't stand it anymore not having that child linked to his/her family.
Added by Judy Holweger on Dec 22, 2016 6:54 AM
Judy Holweger
RE: Infant of Chas. and Gesina Woltzen Stimpert
Had to go back and check my records and I do not know where the St Paul came in as they are in St. Peters I think. This infant I think is probably there? I have to do more checking as I had someone checking church records for me.
Added by Judy Holweger on Dec 20, 2016 4:53 PM
Judy Holweger
RE: Infant of Chas. and Gesina Woltzen Stimpert
Had to re-read that and I was wrong. This child was buried in St. Paul and I said his father and grandparents were buried here but they were all buried in St. Peter Lutheran Cemetery, not St. Paul.

I think at one time I knew the history of these two churches and now I'll have to go back and fine it.

The church records of St. Peter also show the death of Albert Eden Woltzen on Oct. 7, 1892 but I cannot read the cause of death, may be lung fever.

It looks like Aaltje and Tjebbe are buried in St.Paul and maybe they buried the Stimpert infant there to be near great grandparents? This too would explain why they didn't move the infant with Charles when he went to Sleepy Eye?
Added by Judy Holweger on Dec 20, 2016 7:31 AM
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