|Gail Posten Jones||Samuel Paul Jones Jr|
The date on the tombstone - 12/11/1928 - was his date of birth. He changed his mind about being buried at Valley Creek Cemetery, and is buried at Valhalla Cemetery. He died 5/17/2015. The tombstone has been removed from Valley Creek. Thank you. Gail Jones
|Bonnie Weber Anderson||Alfred Weber|
Are you related?
|Becky Doan||RE: Karl Williams - Oak Grove|
I found a couple articles about his death in Wichita, and about the man being sentenced for his death. Sad.... They are saved on a different computer but I can send them if you want them. Becky
|pMcP||RE: Marjorie Kopping|
Thanks Wendy! I think that is better.
I hope the other manager deletes her duplicate.
Added by pMcP on May 09, 2016 8:20 PM
|Brookie Wendt-Obrien||Albert J Wendt|
Please add for children
John W Wendt
this is an addition to what is already reported .
|C Tonelli||RE: Marschke|
I found an obit in the "Boyer Marschke Family Tree" posted to "Carl Frederick Marschke" on Ancestry. I can sent the original document if you care to share your email address.
Karl and Caroline (Brunke) arrived at
Chaffee, ND in 1886 with their children,
two daughters and six sons. The older
sons soon established a machine shop in
All but Frank married local friends. Ida
married Charles H. Probst; Marie mar
ried August Pert; August married Ida
Probst; Otto married HuIda Probst;
Reinhold married Anna Probst; Paul
married Emelie Gross; and Fredrick mar
ried Martha Moldenhaur.
The Marschke family left Daber bei
Stolpe Pommerin, Germany in 1886.
Crossing the Atlantic Ocean by boat
took three weeks. Their destination —
Chaffee. Several friends had migrated
The Marschke and Probst families
were friends in Germany.
Julius H. Probst, after his wife's death
in Germany, migrated to America with
his children to the Chaffee area.
The Marschke brothers established a
machine shop in Chaffee shortly after
their arrival. Frank, Otto and Reinhold
and their father were machinists.
Paul was 16 years of age when they
arrived in America. He was employed
by Fred Gill on his farm until Paul
bought three quarters of land east of
|First Families of America||Birth|
in the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Thank you for taking the time to photgraph the graves at Balsam Cemetery, I was searching for Hendrick and Christine Hendrickson, my great grandparents and thanks to you In found them. . I have attended many burials at Balsam Cemetery over the year, many of them surnamed Carlson. The last time I was gthere was doing the commital service for my aunt Margaret Carlson.
Rev. Arlyn L. Tolzmann
|Forever loved: Beatrice||RE: Lavina Jennings|
No, I'm not sure of the dates. I can't remember where this came from. I'll look it up and let you know. Do you have Marker dates? If I'm wrong I will changed the dates. I want it correct.
|Kurk Marston||RE: Louis Fredeen|
Dear Wendy Watts
Sorry that i did not wright to you sooner, the reason information i put in was from his death record. When I first look at it, i did not copy it but i went back to the MHS library i made a copy of it. Who every did the death record made a mistake on it. They put the wrong year for his birth.
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