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My name is Dustin Edward Schrull, I'm 25 years old and I live in Chattanooga, TN, I was born in Hershey, PA. My first name was named after a man who saved my grandfather who was under attack by a German in World War II, then my grandfather named my dad, Dusty, later my dad changed his name to Edward, later after that he had a son (me) and named him Dustin. My middle name is named after my grandfather and my dad. I've been enthusiastic with my family history, I've used this webite for research and I'm willing to add and find out more about my ancestors.|
My dad's side: German, English, Scottish, distant Irish, and distant French
My mom's side: Norwegian, Italian, and Azorean Portuguese.
My dad is one quarter German, approxmiatley one quarter English, little bit of Scottish, little bit of Irish, and little bit of French. My mom is one quarter Norweigan, one eighth Italian, and one eighth Azorean Portuguese.
My paternal grandparents are Edward William Schrull (son of Carl Schrull and Florence Wahl) and Grace Emogene Waterhouse (daughter of George Wright Waterhouse and Lottie Grace Adams). Edward was born in Michigan and raised in Connecticut. Carl was a German from Russia (now Poland), and Florence was also a German from Russia (now Ukraine). Grace was born in Connecticut and most of her ancestors were English. Grace's paternal grandmother's mom was born in Amboy, NY to Scottish parents. The only French ancestor that Grace descended from was Philip De Lannoy.
My Maternal grandparents are Howard Rae Willman Sr. (son of Erling Olaf Willman and Clara Theresa Williams) and Joan Annette Lodolini (daughter of Camillo Isador Lodolini and Anna Bernadette Rogers). Howard and all of his ancestors are Norweigan. Joan's dad was Italian. Joan's paternal grandfather Leopoldo Lodolini born in Milano, Italy and adopted and got his last name change to Lodolini. Joan's mom was Azorean Portuguese
Genealogy of Dustin Schrull.
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|Michelle Schluting||RE: Frank Rogers|
That's great that you found that out! I've moved from the area, but if you can have the record here changed and re-request a photo, there are lots of active volunteers in the area. Best of luck, and thanks for the update!
|Jim Lawson||John Caldwell|
You're welcome Dusty, Glad you liked it.
|Lisa Christensen Petersen||RE: William and Catherine Metcalfe|
You are welcome. I'm happy to have helped.
|Michael & Diane French||RE: Camillo and Ann Lodolini|
you are very welcome.
|Laurie||RE: Dale Lynn Thompson|
Your Welcome !!!
Added by Laurie on May 26, 2016 9:35 PM
|Suzanne||RE: Robert Metcalfe|
There were a group of people with photo requests that had the same section & plot. I assume that means their bodies were donated to the Yale School of Medicine.
Added by Suzanne on May 26, 2016 6:36 PM
|kandota||RE: Fredrick Schultz|
I was surprised that most of the ancestry trees didn't mention the 2nd wife. It looks like there were children from that marriage also. btw - I updated the birthdate for Fred to match the gravestone - the 1859 date was inconsistent with the gravestone and a memorial folder from the funeral (on one of the ancestry trees - I could send to you if you don't have ancestry subscription).
Added by kandota on May 26, 2016 10:38 AM
|John Cahill ||RE: Heavens|
actually he is buried there the cemetery records were wrong and I them them know
hope this helps
|E. Sweeney||RE: PHOTO REQUEST: Edith Amaral|
Ah. Thanks for letting me know also.
Good luck with your search!
|Mark Peebles||RE: Stanley Foushee Kirkpatrick|
You're more than welcome!!!
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