|Anna Schultheis Bertram (#47006901)|
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I have been an amateur genealogist for many decades, and never tire of it. Puzzles challenge me. Guess it is the "thrill of the chase". I especially delight in helping beginners get started. |
Surnames I am researching and their primary locations:
New England and midwest: Hunt, Baldwin, Bigelow, Collins, Rose, Adams, Burket(t), French, Plant
Virginia/North Carolina: Campbell, Collins
Ohio and Oklahoma - Klintworth, Scherer, Schuler, Schultheis
Kentucky, Tennessee and beyond: Adkins/Atkins, Bertram (aka Butram, Buttram, Butrum, Buttrum, etc.), DeRossett/DuRossett, Brown (from ancestor Michael Brown of TN & KY, circa 1800-1858), Adkins, Owen(s), Rigney, Stinson, Shelton.
Missouri and Kentucky - Collins, Nations
I would love to hear from anyone else researching these names.
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|Kitty ||RE: hey|
Memorial# 112376449 my email address is email@example.com thank you for your help
Added by Kitty on Sep 11, 2014 4:46 AM
|Memory Keeper2||George W Butram|
I finally got over to the battlefield today and took some photos. The photos of the monuments commemorate the location of the 25th TN Regiment on the battlefield on Sept 20th, the day after George was killed.
I was told there is a marker in the woods at the site of the battle on the 19th but I have not found it yet. I will probably wait until the leaves have fallen.
A photo of the marker is on George Butram's memorial page. Would you like me to send other photos in an email?
I looked in "Tennessans in the Civil War" at our library and found a listing for 17 Butrams who served for TN. George W Butram is listed as Sgt serving in D Company 25th Infantry. There are two William Butrams listed as Pvts serving in the 25th D Company. One is listed as William NMI the other is listed as William E Butram. I didn't think to check on Bertrams but will when I get back to the library.
I found a record for William E Bertram in a listing of "Confederate Dead Buried in Woodlawn National Cemetery Elmira NY". He was in D Company 25th TN. I would think this is the same man that is listed in "TNs in the Civil War" as William E Butram, the brother of George W. Butram.
|Dale Schultheis||Anna Schultheis|
My name is Dale Schultheis and I started an ancestory.com account...
Was Anna Schultheis's husband named Jacob... I keep running into an Anna E. Schultheis and an Anna M. Schultheis.
|Kristy Rice||Gary Bertoldie|
I answered my own question. I found Lowell's obituary! But please let me know about the transfer. I already sent an edit to the owner of Gary to link him to his parents.
Hi Anna, I wanted to let you know that sadly there is no plaque for Earnestine's death year. Also we have photo's of Lowell, but there is no memorial for him. I am making one for him, but if you would like, I will transfer. Also is Gary K Bertoldie 1940-2005 there son? He is buried next to them. Please let me know. I hope this helped!
|Ronald Hoehn Alexander||Elias J and Marzelia Young Alexander|
Please consider transfer of the markers #55179211 Elias and #55179251 Marzelia Alexander...both are GGG Uncle and Aunt. Thanks Ron Alexander #47307399
|David Kennedy||RE: KENNEDY|
Why Thank you, that is so kind! I sure appreciate your offer. I know several of my Kennedy and Canaday, Cannaday etc went to Ky via Tenn and before that Va and NC.
I also have 1 cousin left who lives in Florence Kentucky, it is my only Kennedy family left besides my kids.
Thanks so much and if you need anything up here just let me know.
Have The Best Day Ever!
|David Kennedy||Doris Bishop|
I checked and found that Alonzo M. Bishop was a son of Way and Maria Bishop of Putnam county Greencastle Indiana, he married Oct 10,1899 Delaware county Indiana to Doris "Sullivan".
I will Add this to her memorial and the date of marriage.
Hope this helps,
|Jane||Doris Bishop Fletcher #77217808|
I saw that you had left a flower on the memorial for Doris Fletcher. I didn't know if you are the member who had requested a photo of the headstone for Mrs. Fletcher, but originally, I could not find her headstone. She is buried with her first husband, Alonzo (Bert) Bishop, so I have posted that photo.
Added by Jane on Jul 29, 2014 2:20 AM
|Paula||RE: Corrine Brown|
I don't remember answering you, but William's # is 40804539. Copy an paste the number & see if that works.
If I didn't answer back in April, I'm sorry it took so long.
If I did answer, sorry for buggin you. ;)
Have a great day
Added by Paula on Jul 28, 2014 9:26 AM
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