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began by finding long lost relatives on this site. I truly enjoy finding those relatives i've heard about but never met. hopefully i can do that for someone else by the photos i've submitted.|
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|Kimberly Rueth Ueland||Burnette F Loge|
Under Burnette F Loge #43242176 you have listed that Marshall D Loge is a child. He is actually her brother. Note the dates.
|Sara Magana Haley||Cecil Good|
my great grandmother attended her nephew's funeral and I called the cemetery to verify burial records before I posted the memorial. My grandmother said Aunt Mayme brought him to Missouri from out of state.
|G A W||Minnie Strom # 114436669|
In memorial # 114436669 for Minnie Strom I would offer this correction: Minnie's daughter was actually Darlene Evon (Strom) DeYoung, with Find A Grave Memorial# 72844793. The confusion is due to both 'Darlenes' with the same birth year.
Given Name: Darlene
Middle Name: Evon
Birth Date: 23 September 1928
State: South Dakota
Last Place of Residence: Chino valley, Yavapai, Arizona
Previous Residence Postal Code: 86323
Event Date: 20 January 2010
Added by G A W on Mar 19, 2015 8:15 PM
|B Paradee||Francis X Beberger #81889860|
Dear Fargo, I am researching family history and Francis X Beberger is one of my husbands ancestors. I have a discrepancy as to where he is actually buried. Is there a headstone at the gravesite in Pennsylvania? I would like to get my facts straight in the family tree. I show him born in 1801 and died in Pennsylvania in 1899. But I also show him as being buried in Grace Hill/St. Mary's Cemetery, Section 12, next to his Grand-daughter, Anna M Beberger Henrich and her son Herman, Sioux City, Clay, Iowa. Just trying to clarify where he is actually buried. I'd appreciate any help you can give. Thank you, Brenda
|MichaelJohn Swassing||St Marys, PA|
Having looked at the interwoven family trees in St Marys, I can assume we are somehow related. I'm a descendant of Joseph S Feldbauer and Rosina Bart. There is another woman named Bart in St. Marys at about the same time, (Ursula) Sister M Wunnibald Bart, at the convent. Both were born in Belgium. That is all I know about the Bart line. The Feldbauer lines are larger, but all seem to come from Cham, Bavaria. My research goes dark across the Atlantic.
Do you have a reliable source for the Parents of Thomas Larson? I'd like to add it to the page so that later if someone asks or questions it, I'll remember. THANKS
Added by dells on Jan 19, 2015 7:47 PM
|A Butterfly||RE: h. alice payne|
You are very welcome. Happy to be of help!
I attempted to fill your photo request for Adonirum Westbury, #35622198, in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, yesterday. Though his Find-a-Grave memorial has him buried at Mount Pleasant Burial Park, he is in fact buried across the street at the older Mount Pleasant Cemetery. There is a Gen-Web list online for Mount Pleasant Burial Park that lists some graves that are actually located at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Perhaps this is where errors creep in.
Given Adonirum's death date of 1927, I suspected that he was perhaps buried at the cemetery rather than the burial park. I don't think Mount Pleasant Burial Park even existed in 1927.
I have created new memorials for Adonirum Westbury, and his sons Herbert Henry and Montrose, who are buried with him. They include headstone photos. I have copied as much information as I could from the original memorials, including photos you have uploaded. I have contacted the manager of the original memorials to say that the originals are in the wrong cemetery.
Adinirum is #137434154
Herbert Henry is #137435458
Montrose is #137436790
You may also find this link interesting. You'll have to paste it into your browser:
All for now.
Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
|Denise||Hahns in South Dakota|
Just wanted to say thank you for adding the extra information on Ferdinand Hahn (1828-1889) and his son Adolph G. Hahn (1862-1914). These are distant relatives and I have hardly any information on them. Ferdinand and Emilias daughter, Emma B. (Hahn) Duncan was the mother-in-law to my Great Aunt Mary M. (Macaulay) Duncan. So thank you again for adding the information to their bios. I can now updates some of my records from them. Denise.
Added by Denise on Oct 09, 2014 7:49 PM
|peggy fannin||RE: hahn|
I not sure what your talking about . Fill me in ok.Peggy
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