|Father Ken Domingue (#47075421)|
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|Monique Domingue Moreland||Jean William Domingue|
I cannot express how profound the experience was, when I gazed upon the face of my great great grandfather! I was reduced to tears. How proud he looked. Well, being a Domingue myself, I know a little about pride. I had hoped to find some link past my great grandparents, but didn't hold out much hope, but then I found JW on the find a grave website and much to my surprise... There were photos!! My heart stood still. I have very little info on my family, and this was an amazing discovery for me. I am thrilled beyond words. Now, being from Rayne, I should probably know this, but could you please tell me where South Crowley Cemetery is? I want to "visit" my great great grandfather! Many thanks for raking the time to post this information, and especially the photos.
Monique Domingue Moreland
P.S. Should I assume that we are related?
|Past Participle||Max Klaus|
Thank you for the photo of Max's marker. I live in NC and would not likely ever be able to visit. I imagine that Max, his wife and most all these children are buried there as well. There were three brothers Benjamin, Sidney, and Max who came from Germany to the US as young men. Ben was a clothier and merchant who traveled all over the south with his "Nickleodeon" entertaining.
Sidney had a clothing store in Chattanooga, TN and remained there, and Max stayed with his aunt and uncle Plonsky who ran a store in Washington which Max inherited. It is said he only wanted his girls to marry Jews, and there weren't enough in Washington...so not many of them married. I thank you very much for your kindness. Zelia Cline
|Stonewall||Re: Col George Owen Watts|
Your kindness in locating and photographing the grave site of Colonel Watts did not go unnoticed.
Thank you very much.
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