|Danielle Green (#48004852)|
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If you'd like a relative transferred to you just ask. I am more than willing to as long as they are not related to me.|
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|Diane Lohff||Marcel and Alice Bouchonville|
Thanks so much for the picture of Marcel and Alice's marker. Diane
|Carol Paska||Kaye and Massey|
Thank you, Danielle, for the photos of Angella Kaye and Melvin Massey grave sites. I appreciate your time for doing this. Carol
|Wendy Schuchart||Clarence Suelflohn|
Thank you Danielle! This is my great grandfather!
Thanks again! I've kept you busy!!
Added by Marion on Jan 04, 2015 5:32 PM
Thanks so much! Happy New Year! Marion
Added by Marion on Jan 04, 2015 5:25 PM
Thank you so much for your help! Very appreciated!
|Robert Griner||RE: Klaus|
Thank you so much for your kindness. Happy holidays!
Thank you for the picture.
|Kelly Breitenfeldt||Friedrich Kersten|
Hello, You messaged me a little while back and were looking for information on Friedrich Kersten and where he might be buried. I was able to locate his death record in the Peace Lutheran Church Parish Records. It advises that he was born on 5 Dec 1824 and passed away on 13 Jan 1889 and was buried on 16 Jan 1889. The likelihood is that he was buried in the Church cemetery. Though no stone exists at this time it doesn't mean their never was. Of course it is always possible that he was buried on private lands but this seems like a slim chance since his entire family is buried at the Church Cemetery. Sorry I am not able to confirm his resting place but it appears at this time that there is only educated guesses.
|Donna J Breuer||Danielle|
Thanks so much for the photo we appreciate your help
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