|Debbie Walus (#46842907)|
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|Nancy Schlueter Broeker||Photo of Helen Sclueter|
Debbie, would you please delete the photo of Helen Keuenhoff Schlueter since my copy is clearer. Thank you so much.
|Beverly Osman Morris||Richard V. Ropp; Memorial 5944438|
Looking at his memorial, it states he was born in 1943 and mother was Eleanor Shedd. I found her data from Social Security Application which states she was born in 1931. This would make her 12 years old when she had her son.
Hoping you will contact me for further discussion. My email is email@example.com.
|Terry Bruce||William H Bruce|
My grandfather on my fathers (Albert S. Bruce) side is William Henry Bruce. He is buried at Banner Cemetery, Elmo, Dickinson Co., Kansas. Mermorial # 52975834
His father is Littleton Henry Clay (LHC) Bruce Jr.. He is buried at Mound Valley Cemetery, Thomasm Custer Co., OK. Mermorial # 71466895
I am not sure how he ended up buried in Okhoma, but it appears his wife and mother are buried there too along with some othere Bruces.
His father, Littleton Henry Clay Bruce Sr. is my missing link. I have no info on him except that I believe his father to be William Bruce b 1762 Culpeper, VA d 1 Jan 1842 Summer Co. TN.
His father being John Bruce d abt 1742 Edinburgh, Scotland d July 1816 Wilkes, NC. I am interested is knowing exactly when he came to the US. and the burial sites of the last tree mentioned Bruces.
I thank you for getting back to me so son. I am sorry I am late at getting back to you. I do thank you for you interest in my inquire.
Terry Lyle Bruce
|Cathie Plaehn||RE: Lillie Martin|
I didn't find her parents, but now that I know the location I will try again. I didn't find a Porter on the map. I had written that down but didn't find him. I will look next week.
|Matthew Brown||Transfer Request|
Would you mind transferring Memorial # 17274493 (Meredith C. Brown). This is my grandmother.
|Jim Glidewell||Lester Knepp|
When I took the picture of Lester Knepp for you last Sunday the lighting conditions were harsh and I didn't think my picture did justice for a vet. I was out again last night and re-took about 10 pictures, including Lester. I have updated his site and also added one more. I'll leave it up to you. You can keep all of them or I can remove the original one, whichever you prefer.
|Scott Lewis||Lewis Family South Dakota|
I see you are researching the Lewis family of Mina South Dakot7a.
My ancestors came from there.
My great great grandfather was David Lewis, who homesteaded in 1883. He came from Vermont.
My great grandfather was James Lewis.
My grandfather was Frank Lewis, killed in a car crash in 1936.
My father was Kenneth Lewis.
He moved down to Georgia in 1953 and that is where I was brought up.
I would like to talk to you. Contact reltney two thousand one at yahoo dot com.
or scott dot lewis 737 at gmail dot com
|Donald Satterlee||Oralee Moreno 132589460|
Oralee Moreno # 132589460 is my mother-in-law.
Is it possible for you to transfer her to me?
Donald Satterlee # 48968361
|Klaus Gottsleben||Lawrence Gottsleben|
Hello Debbie, my name is Klaus Gottsleben. I am living in Hamburg, Germany. Lorenz (engl. Lawrence) Gottsleben is my great grand-uncle. His father was the teacher Johann Georg Gottsleben (* 01.04.1796 in Rüstungen, Eichsfeld, Germany, + 03.11.1843 in Helmsdorf, Eichsfeld, Germany) and his mother Theresia Juliana Marx (*01.06.1803 in Wachstedt, Eichsfeld, Thüringen, Germany, + 11.12.1863 in Helmsdorf, Eichsfeld, Germany), their wedding oo 01.06.1803 in Wachstedt, Eichsfeld, Thüringen, Germany. Lawrence Gottsleben married Philomena Röper (Roeper) 27.01.1862 in St. Charles and later oo Mary N.N. Can you enter this data?
With best wishes from Hamburg
|Nancy Schlueter Broeker||36175733 Helen C Schlueter|
St Charles Memorial Gardens, St Charles, MO
Would you mind removing the photo that you added for Helen C Schlueter #36175733 so there will be enough space to add a photo of her grave
marker. Thank you
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