|Jean J (#47499376)|
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|I have done a lot of work in Monroe County, IL through another site.Please do not post any of my photos from other sites to Find a Grave or any other web site without first asking for permission this includes funeral cards. Families I am researching Kunkel, Kelley, Jung, Rosemann, Vogt, May in the St. Louis, Monroe County, IL area.|
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|Robin Upchurch||Rachel Martin McGregor 131302512|
Jean, I am so sorry I just found your addition to Samuel W McGregors Memorial. I DO appreciate it. Samuel had three wives also. I haven't found the first (Catherine Gamble) or the second, (Nancy 'Bigelow') Biglow? I have records of marriages and census records, but not found much more.
You were very kind to add to his memorial. Thank you.
My daddy had a grt. grt. grandmother who married Thomas Washington Tabor, (NOT the one who participated in the Civil War) This TWT was a bit younger. Anyway...She was Julia Ann Kelley. D/O John Kelley and Polly Hill 'Marcum' Kelley.
Just saw you work on the Kelley family..wonder if it is the same one?
|David Sharp||RE: Edward Janson|
Glad I could help, you're more than welcome thank you.
|Patty C||Clara Sondag|
Thank you for taking & posting her gravestone photo.
Added by Patty C on Aug 10, 2014 5:09 PM
|Megan Heyl||George S.|
Got it taken care of! Thanks! You know where I got my data from!
|Diann Wells||Find A Grave Memorial# 100117683|
Says he married her in 1901 and she died in 1912.
He married Anna Frisch 15 September 1908:
Marriage: 1908 Illinois Statewide Marriage Index; Monroe County Marriages, Vol 2, p. 22, #3393.
In 1934 he was still married to her:
Death: 1934 Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947; FHL Film Number: 1675310 (buried in Studt Cemetery; wife identified: Anna Frisch).
Anna then married Laurence Paul Derousse on 10 Aug 1935.
|memento mori||Daniel & Victoria Scouler|
Thank you very much for the photo of the gravestone. Much appreciated.
|Pierce-Sanford||RE: Henry Hagene|
Thank you for your efforts to find Henry's headstone. The information you found is very helpful. This is part of why I love Find A Grave Volunteers. This community of people goes above and beyond to help find family members.
|Peggy Ray||RE: Dick Cemetery|
I just had to do at least one (since you said you were) - but getting tired so may just watch some tv here in a bit!
|Theodore Pazdar||Gidley, August H.|
Jean, thank you for obtaining the photo of August. H. Gidley's grave marker. I couldn't envision getting out to Illinois any time in the future. Thanks again, I turely appreciate it. Ted
|steve becker||Becker in Waterloo!!|
Jean: Thank you very much for your work on Margarethe Becker and her husband Jacob. I knew she had to be there somewhere, but wasn't sure where. Is her headstone close to Jacob's? I was out there last October and the church gave me an idea where to look for both her and Jacob but I didn't have much luck. You have also taken many photos of descendants of Jacob and Margarethe. Franciska Koopmann is their daughter. And from her there are a lot of Koopmann's buried there.
I hope you are all right with me posting them on my ancestry site. It always seem to put a person to rest to have their memorial posted by their name.
Thanks to you and to Mary Huetsch for your time and effort at St. Peter and Paul Cemetery.
Also, I know someone who has researched the "Kunkel" family. Not sure if it is from your Kunkels but I can direct you in that direction if your interested. Again, thanks for all of your efforts,
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