|Connie Langvardt (#47150099)|
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I am a retired medical clerk and have been interested in genealogy since I was a child. I have lived in Ottawa County, Salina, Chapman and Junction City, Kansas. My FindaGrave memorials are in Ottawa, Dickinson, Clay, Geary, Riley and Wabaunsee Counties.|
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|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Vera E Snow Lundeen|
Connie, Thanks for the transfer of the above Snow site. She is now linked to her parents. I'm working on her Snow lineage now. Have a great day. Richard
|Debra Romaniuk||Auld Bennington|
Can I please manage these to? They are direct relatives of mine ...I'll be in bennington next month...do you know where I can go and get records
? Library or hall of records? cemetery records?? thank you so much
|Beth Harness-Horwitz||Emma Terrass Helms|
Sorry! I left the "Helms" off of her name. She's at Saint John Lutheran Cemetery in Alma, Kansas.
|Beth Harness-Horwitz||Emma Terrass grave|
Thanks so much for posting this. The "Ceborne" is actually the German "geborne," meaning born. "Gest" means died. Confusing, I know. I wish I could make out the exact biblical citation on the stone. It looks to be 2 Corinthians (?), but can't make out the remaining number. Anyway, thank you!
|Susan||Strauss ~ 97800566|
Thanks, Connie. Somehow the 'R' didn't get posted.
Added by Susan on Apr 11, 2015 10:21 PM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Lori A. White Cook #144459434|
Connie, If you would like me to transfer this memorial let me know. Sorry to hear of her passing. Richard
you're very welcome - i'm glad to help!
Added by Terry on Mar 31, 2015 7:57 PM
|R & J Black & G Key||Miller|
Thank you so much for the kind transfer. Happy 2015!
|Susan||HELLER, Henrietta Emma Strauss #97789858|
Thank you for adding Henrietta Emma's memorial; as well as her family members. Headstones are wonderful!
Henrietta married my Great, Great Uncle John "William" Heller. I have a newspaper article that was run in the Wichita Eagle on May 19, 1951, when she celebrated her 90th Birthday.
It said her birthday was yesterday (18 May). She was born in Germany and immigrated with her parents when two years old. I have their marriage license to document the date of their marriage.
Henrietta never had children and "William's" first wife lost all her children in infancy. William was very important to our family. He encouraged my Great, Great Grandfather to come to the U.S., and taught him the trade of Butcher. My Great-Great, Great and Grandfather were all Butchers.
Do you know how I might find Henrietta's obituary, or more information on her? Is there a contact at the Milford Cemetery or a newspaper in Milford?
Any direction to find her death date would be appreciated. Hope to hear from you!
Thank you, Susan
Added by Susan on Feb 24, 2015 3:53 AM
Thank you for the transfer and for all that you do!
Added by SR0220 on Feb 19, 2015 12:41 PM
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