|R. D. Mittelstadt (#46633003)|
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Hi, and thank you for posting on Find A Grave. You have Franziska's last name "Miller" spelled with too many letters. Thanks!
Francis's great granddaughter, Marilynn Miller Emery is my mother.
|Steve Seim||St. Peter's|
Can you help us with the locations for the current St. Peter's photo requests? It appears that the Deniger's are in lot 324, but I can't seem to find the others. Two of them are infants.
You put a photo of a man and a news clipping on Elizabeth Schluckebier's memorial. Can you please add a caption to the photo stating who it is? Is it her husband or the man from the news clipping?
If it is her husband, perhaps it would be best uploaded to his memorial# 10080472.
Added by pMcP on Feb 10, 2016 8:53 AM
I would like to use the photo of Homer B Hubbell in the next edtion of the History of the Hubbell Family
|Tom Heien||Andrew Hargrave gravestone 150471592|
Can you provide any information regarding the gravestone? The ancestry.com listings show he was born in Hawick, Scotland. Is this a replacement stone? There must not be dates on the side of the stone or they would have be used in the listing. Most ancestry.com sites list b1804 d1880 which is identical to a brother but one site shows b1805 d1885 and I'm attempting to find sources of the dates.
|Andrew Daft||RE: Haider / Heider|
It's actually because of the way Find A Grave search works that I submitted the edits. A memorial with last name Haider (Heider) will only show up in search results for exactly that - Haider (Heider). It will not show up if someone searches for Heider or Haider. Because of this limited search ability, the name used on the memorial should match what is on the headstone and any spelling variations should go in the bio.
Thank you for the very prompt edits. You are always so much help, and I appreciate it so very much!! I think you are the foremost expert on Beaver Dam's history. Keep up the very excellent work sir!
Thank you for the great photo(s).
|Randy Orrison||RE: Orrison, Jesse, Star Cemetery|
Hi - thank you so much for looking for Jesse's gravestone in Star Cemetery. It seems strange that there should be two recorded, in both Star and Brush Hollow Cemeteries. Perhaps really it was moved from Star to Brush Hollow, but then why would it be recorded in Star cemetery? I should ask Susanna. Some day I'd love to be able to visit the area, but it's a bit more difficult since I've move to England.
|Steve Seim||RE: Rev. Edward HUSSLI location|
Thanks again for your help.
My wife finally found him. He was actually about 2 rows in front of the priests' section.
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