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I started seriously researching my family when I was 19. It started with a trip the the cemetery with my grandfather, to see his grandparent's headstones...written in Polish. That's when the questions started, and I got "the bug". I've been at it ever since...some 30+ years. There is much truth to the saying, "In genealogy, it's never done". How true! |
I'm so happy to see the amount of information that's now on the internet. And the multitude of people willing to help each other with their searches. I live far from my family roots now, so this has been an invaluable help to me...both the internet and the wonderful people who help along the way. I'm also happy to know that the work I've done has been useful to so many others...that makes it all worth it!!
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I try very hard to make all corrections within a few days of receiving them. This isn't always possible, but I promise to make them in a timely manner!
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Thank you. One of my cousins married a Jacobi descendant so I have some of her tree. When I have the time I will try to get all of your Jacobis linked if I can. It's more fun than Soduko!
Added by RK on May 21, 2013 6:33 PM
|Linda Hulbert||Angela Biwersi|
Concerning the two death dates for Angela Biwersi, one death date is for Angela, the first wife of Nicholas Biwerse/Biwersi, and the other death date is for their daughter with the same name. The family can be found in Cleveland, Ohio censuses prior to the deaths of both Angelas. The last name is spelled many different ways, the brother of Nicholas is Peter Binversie.
|Trudy Post||Jacquart Family|
I found myself here after googling my great aunt's name. Are you related to the Jacquarts?
|K. Schaut||Franz and Caroline Kunze|
Hello, I was at the Saxonburg Cemetery in Wisconsin today where your ancestors Franz and Caroline Kunze are buried. I took a photo of Franz and Caroline's side of the stone as well as the Civil War marker for Franz. The cemetery and precise location of the stone are very beautiful and utterly peaceful, a lovely final resting place for them.
|Linda and William S.||Victor & Margaret Koenig|
Victor & Margaret Koenig's gravestone photos have been posted.
|Richard H.||Mary Margaret Demarest Noon|
|Elaine Ackerman||The Haring Family|
I have taken the liberty of transferring the Haring family into your care. I love it when someone claims any of my entries! It makes those hours all worth while to know someone is looking for them. Happy searching.
Opps! Sorry, Here's the website
It has clerks records and tombstone readings.
Added by Shannon on May 12, 2012 1:28 PM
|Shannon||RE: Lakeview Cem: Haring graves|
Yes, Peter and Margaret are in Lakeview Escanaba. The dates I have are Peter 1835-1923 and Margaret is 1843-1924? I don't have the photo request in front of me that had the dates on it. William is there but I don't see Flora--however she is in the clerks records as being there. THis is the website that I use for Lakeview---be careful though. The formatting is messed up and sometimes the dates and names look right but they are skewed--I get the best results when I print the pages out. If you have any other questions, let me know!
Added by Shannon on May 12, 2012 1:21 PM
|Daniel Allen||RE: Harings - Lakeview Cems|
You're quite welcome.
If you need any help in Wisconsin, especially Brown County, let me know. My Dad's family is from there, going back to the 1850s.
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