|Patricia Stout Raether (#46847488)|
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|Hello from Southern California! My husband & I have been researching family history for about 20 years. We occasionally travel the United States & try to fulfill photo requests when possible. Our family names are Raether, Moellmann, Bergman, Bolser/Balser, Guerno/Gruno, Gauthier/Gokey, Stout, Degenhart, Foltzenlogel, Kline, Elliott, Throckmorton, Hormel, Runyan/Runyon. Hope you all find your beloved ancestors!|
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|Russ Pickett||Stout Family|
It would appear that your Maiden Name was Stout...
I have sent you corrections for a Lawrence Banks who is interred in Maine .... which is how I saw your name. :-)
I had a Stout Family member that moved to California from New Jersey in about 1940 or so ....
His name was Donald Stout and the info I have on him is that he was born on July 10, 1919 (NJ) and passed away on July 3, 1999 in California.
It's a long shot, but do you possibly know of him?
Thank You, i just don't think many sx/mx fans come to this site. Thx, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Mar 14, 2015 8:20 PM
Thank You. The bad with Danny was he had to retire early because of his wreck and paralysis. He was not the fastest, but i think he was one of the most well liked, i guess you just had to see him race. I am glad i got to see him several times. I entered it, i think it has to have 10 votes on how well known he is, well see, thx again. DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Mar 14, 2015 2:56 PM
If you would not mind, i am trying to give credit to AMA Motorcyclists. There are alot of good people, who have gone unnoticed. To a lot of people it is just as premier as Nascar. Thx, DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Mar 14, 2015 12:34 PM
|Todd Whitesides||RE: August Degenhart Photo|
I'm not a Degenhart descendant but am interested in all the German immigrants who settled in the Ohio River Valley. I go through old newspapers, church programs, and other similar sources from the 1800s looking for photos to add to the memorials I make so that they're not just images of grave markers but also of the individuals while they were alive. August was a member of the Deutsche Pionier Verein in Cincinnati, and they had an annual publication in the 1800s and early 1900s that contained history of the Germans in the region as well as obituaries of its members. His photo came from one of those old publications.
Thank you for adding my comments to Magoo Chandlers' Memorial.
Added by DeWitt on Feb 12, 2015 3:00 AM
|Bob Miller||Juanita Young Hunter|
Thank You! Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to photograph my great Aunt Juanita's resting place. I would have never been able to see it if it were not for your kindness.
|Pat Fogle||pictures of Clarence and Faye Burner's tombstone|
Thank you so much.
|Amelia Banuelos ||RE: Thank you thank you thank you!|
I did, Carlos Orozco was his alias name he used when he came to the United states. :) have a merry Christmas and a happy new year! Thank you again, it definitely brightened my holiday! :)
Patricia, thank you so much for this photo. My sister and I had both requested it and had waited forever. We were told that the cemetery was private or something to that effect, and had pretty much given up on ever getting it. He was a neighbor of ours in NM when we were little kids.
Added by Sherry on Dec 21, 2014 12:50 PM
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