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|Norma Meier||RE: Auguste Marie Henriette Gierke|
Gierke, Gehrke and all variations are so common in Germany. I have a quite thorough database of my Gierke line and I have no Augusta Gehrke born in 1853. Were your Gehrkes from Krakow-am-See, Germany? This is where my family lived, and before Krakow-am-See they were in Gulitz in the 1600s, both in Mecklenburg. Thanks for writing.
|Norma Meier||Auguste Marie Henriette Gierke|
Auguste Marie Henriette Gierke, born 14 July 1864 in Krakow-am-See, Germany, is the niece of my great grandfather Alexander Heinrich "Henry" Friedrich Gierke. Can you tell me your source for the birth date of your ancestor Auguste? If you have a firm birth date of your Auguste then we are cousins and I'd like to share more data with you.
Norma Gierke Meier
|Spaceman Spiff||RE: Carl Westberg|
You're very welcome.
Happy to help!
Thank you for the updates. I appreciate it.
Added by M.Kramer on Oct 30, 2012 12:33 PM
|Kathi Flyte||Pauline Riblon/St Mary's|
Please note that your information does not match tombstone.
|Cindy Elschide||Jerald Musikant.|
I spoke with our Township Trustee, who takes care of the records for this cemetery. She told me that Jerald does not have a tombstone yet. He is located near the tree near the middle of the far west (back) area of the cemetery. That is why I could not find his tombstone.
|Cindy Elschide||Jerald Musikant|
I walked the Lake Township Cemetery the other day but did not find this tombstone. I will have to ask our Township Trustee if she can tell me the approximate location.
|Jean||Emily French Tombstone|
Thanks very much for adding the photo of my niece's grave. I've not been to the cemetary since we buried her, so this is the first I'm seeing the stone. Bless you.
Added by Jean on Jun 05, 2009 11:00 AM
|Suzanne Erickson||Happy Easter!|
Happy Easter to you and yours! I hope all is well.
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