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Linda Rhoadarmer (#47124308)
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RE: Dooley, MT
I'm glad you were able to sort everything out and are able to honor him on Find A Grave - Have a blessed day~~
Added by ROA on Apr 15, 2014 6:18 PM
RE: Dooley, MT
I suppose I would contact the court house that is connected with the town - perhaps the county seat.
Added by ROA on Apr 15, 2014 12:03 AM
RE: Dooley, MT
Hi Linda. I went to Cemetery Lookup, typed Dooley as the cemetery name and it is in Sheridan County, Montana. It shows the cemetery with 15 intered there. Hope this is helpful~~
Added by ROA on Apr 14, 2014 8:33 PM
Rod Bates
RE: Slattery's
You're welcome Linda. I did a bunch of them yesterday. Usually when I'm filling a request I'll photograph others in the family and upload those too. I glad you liked the photos.
Added by Rod Bates on Apr 14, 2014 5:30 PM
Dawn Schuster
RE: Emil Luebke
I'm not sure but I'll try to find out. I would guess Oconto but that is just a guess.
Added by Dawn Schuster on Apr 10, 2014 7:33 PM
Dawn Schuster
RE: Emil Luebke
There is a very good book available on Amazon about that fire. It is titled; "Firestorm at Peshtigo: A Town, Its People, and the Deadliest Fire in American History" . The summary states: October 8, 1871—the same night as the Great Chicago Fire—the lumber town of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, was struck with a five-mile-wide wall of flames, borne on tornado-force winds of one hundred miles per hour that tore across more than 2,400 square miles of land, obliterating the town in less than one hour and killing more than two thousand people.

It's about an hours drive north of Green Bay depending on where you leave. I was just up there in December. Oconto is about 20 minutes south.

It is a very interesting story and very sad. I hope you have a chance to check out the book.

Added by Dawn Schuster on Apr 10, 2014 4:33 PM
Dawn Schuster
Emil Luebke
Thank you for the obituary about Emil. It is very interesting. We don't see detailed information like this about the way an individual passes on anymore. So often the obituary simply says died "unexpectedly". I will try to see if I can determine who his parents were. Now that the weather is much better I plan to take a trip out to Brookside soon. I've actually been away from F.A.G. for several months and have a lot to catch up on.

Thanks again,
Added by Dawn Schuster on Apr 10, 2014 3:09 PM
Dave H
Maria McIntosh at Forest Home Cemetery
Thanks for the transcription of the news article. I have added it to her memorial. Thanks again.

Added by Dave H on Apr 10, 2014 7:30 AM
Her name was Frances Roadamour. Her father was supposedly Jacob Roadamour, but that is as far as anyone gets. She usually was referred to as Fanny. She married my gg grandfather in Gallia Co., Ohio. John Summers Porter.

any help would be welcomed!

Added by clio on Apr 08, 2014 2:54 PM
Rhoadamer name
Just curious, do you know of any other variations on spellings of your name or where they came from? My gg grandmother was a "Roadamour". I keep trying variations of her name for tracing and keep coming up with nothing. At least Rhoadamer is a variation I haven't tried.

She was born in Gallia, Ohio, 1812.

Added by clio on Apr 08, 2014 2:31 PM
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