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I was born in St. Louis, Mo. & grew up in St. Louis County behind the Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery on Wild Horse Creek Road - Chesterfield. Graduated from Lafayette High school in 1966. Married Gene Carroll in 1969. Have been doing genealogy research since 1971. Moved to Washington County,Missouri in 1981 where my maternal ancestry goes back over 200 years. Taught genealogy classes at Mineral Area College 1991- 2001. I am currently employed as a domestic to 12 spoiled-rotten cats, 2 lazy dogs & 1 tolerant husband. Have a genealogy web site www.carrollscorner.net - I am now a senior citizen with Fibromyalgia & numerous other health problems so I don't get out & about much anymore but still do what I can when I can.|
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Raymond was my first cousin and still has one sister living. His mother, my father's sister, had already died when the war happened. It was only in the past couple years that I found out he was buried in a cemetery for American soldiers in Belgium. My father had not told me that before and he died in 1984 around the time I first started on my Johansmann history.
I want to thank you so much for telling the story of what happened and for sharing the pictures you have. I had the obituary that was in our local paper but had never seen the battle scenes before. When I saw the body of my cousin next to your family member and read about the brutality of the German army I wept so deeply for what these young men and our families suffered in the loss of these young men. I have letters Raymond wrote to our grandmother and he was always so positive and joyful. He never said anything to make her worry.
Your work is so deeply appreciated.
Lizzie Johansmann (Raymond's mother's maiden name was Johansmann)
Added by Lizzie on Mar 18, 2014 10:07 AM
|Katie||Frances Pensonneau Michaud|
Hi, I am not related and have transferred the memorial to you. Let me know if I have other relatives you would like to manage.
Added by Katie on Feb 08, 2014 11:57 AM
|Terri Prim||RE: Thomas Wilson|
You are welcome. I make mistakes myself more often that I would like to admit. When I enter I do it so fast sometimes then I get interrupted and forget to go back and check to see if it is okay. Have a Merry Christmas!
|Terri Prim||Thomas Wilson|
Regarding your photo entered for Thomas Wilson 1851-1932. In checking the tombstone it doesn't look like the dates match the information for this person. Also, the wife listed on the stone is Lucy B 1871-1943. Thomas' wife was Frances 1858-1916. Are you certain your photo is correct for this person?
|Lori Gargus||Thank you|
Thanks so much for taking the picture of Franklin and Hattie Bergner's graves. I really appreciate it.
|RICHARD HOWELL||RE: Cecil J. Cash|
Thank you for your reply. I'm deeply saddened by your loss. (Former Staff Sergeant Richard Howell)
|Shirley Ann Rankin||RE: Maples|
Big thanks for your efforts. Very much appreciated.
|David Tharp||Philip Edward Dunklin|
Thanks so much for the great photo of Philip's headstone. Thanks further for the promptness of taking the photo.
|crystal huskey||Floyd F. Bourbon|
Thank you for the wonderful tribute to my Grandpa Floyd, and yes, you may call him Grandpa Floyd (he would have liked that). He was a wonderful grandpa who told us many stories about his life here at home and abroad. My only regret is that I wish I would have video taped him telling them. I will be updating his bio and adding photos as time allows.
|MemoryKeeper||RE: Sgt. Cecil J. Cash|
It was an honor.
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