|Charlie O (#47291156)|
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|Steve P.||Charles and Pearl Sager|
Charlie, thank you for taking the pictures of Charles and Pearl Sager's graves and for creating the memorial for Pearl. I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Steve P. on May 14, 2016 11:17 PM
Thanks very much for your photo of the stone for Otto and Lillian Recktenwald. Lillian was a great aunt of mine. I am making my first trip to Louisville soon and will look at the cemetery then.
|CRHammond||Lautz and Wiate|
Many thanks for the transfers, one more that I missed - my wife's grandfather George Brodet Waite 158201080
George James Lautz and Emma M. Lautz (Emma Magdalene Bossung) (# 158201233 and # 158201275) are my wife's great-grand parents. Angela Lautz Waite (# 158201006) was her grandmother. Could you transfer them along with George Lautz 158201410 and Irvin 158201341 to me? I have stories and pictures to add.
Many thanks for creating these,
|Pam Kirkland||Samuel Johnson|
Samuel Johnson was married twice his first wife is Sarah Mills b 1833 daughter of Isaac Mills and is listed in this Chenoweth Run Cemetery. She died in 1854 and is the mother of this John Johnson b 1851 died 1852. He didnt marry Sarah Elizabeth Welsh till 1863. I am actually related to both. Its a little confusing at first. Pam Kirkland
|Carolyn Ellis||Robert & Sheila Danner|
Thanks for getting the pictures for me. I surely appreciate what you volunteers do.
|Mary Jenkins Montgomery||Earl L. Ammon - St. Michael's|
This man is my uncle "Bud" brother of my mom's. Would you consider transferring him to me? Thanks for your consideration.
|David Eschman||John and Rose Senn|
Thank you for the photo of the Senn's headstone.
LOL! I just recently discovered the new edit button. It has been a long time since I've been on here. I was glad that I noticed that before I sent too many edits out to others. Thanks for being so kind as to not scold me. I don't want to be "That Person"!
|Schickel Nelson||Christina Hoffmann|
Writing about the memorial for Christina Hoffmann and husband John at St Michael's. They are are my great 2nd Great Grandparents. Christina's maiden name was Remmers. She was a midwife in Germany. Both she and my gt grandmother Elizabeth Hoffman Kroeger delivered many of the babies born in Germantown. Don't know why I hadn't added them myself.. Spending too much time on that other Ancestral site, I guess, LOL. May I trouble to transfer her to me? Many thanks. I'll attach her photo to the memorial.
Micky Schickel Nelson
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