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Jennifer (#48175757)
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Bio Photo Recently found and it has helped immensely with my Genealogy research. Thank you for all who responded to my photo request, so nice to know there are volunteers out there wanting to help others.

I add memorials by 'walking' a cemetery to find what is there.

Anyone may use my photos without permission.
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Painless Parker #125011607
Hi, there have been some additions in the photo section for this memorial that you might want to rearrange so the portrait and the photo of the gravestone are in the top position.
Added by TD on May 13, 2015 5:11 PM
RE: Joseph Le Hon
His memorial is transferred to you. I've noticed that I put his last name as "Le Hon" while you noted it down as "Hon, Le". This means that in case of a search on last name, one only gets one hit instead of two. Le Hon is how we Belgians would write it down (and as such it is mentioned on the tomb situated in Belgium); Hon, Le is the way the Dutch would note it.
Here is a site with lots of info on Leon Vicart and a bit on Emile & Joseph Le Hon :
Perhaps you can put some of that info on his record too. After all, he was a consul all over Asia (Hong Kong, Macao, Thailand, Korea) and South-America (Venezuela, Colombia and British Guyana)and Africa (Tunisia).
Added by Marcel ROSVELDS on Mar 25, 2015 4:03 AM
RE: Joseph Le Hon
Jennifer, I created a record for Joseph Le Hon with pictures. You can actually already see a picture of his grave in one of the photos for Emile Le Hon. Joseph his grave is situated next to Emile (if one looks at the grave of Emile, then it is on your left). Given his date of birth (1838), maybe he was the father of Emile Le Hon (born 1869)? If so, you have found another "great" relative.
Added by Marcel ROSVELDS on Mar 24, 2015 7:38 AM
Joseph Le Hon
So Emile Le Hon was a distant relative whose marker photo you requested. Isn't Joseph Le Hon a distant relative either?
Added by Marcel ROSVELDS on Mar 24, 2015 1:45 AM
Eduard Leon Vincart
I added photos of the markers of Eduard Leon Vincart, of Maria Huysegems (his wife) and of Emile Le Hon.
Added by Marcel ROSVELDS on Mar 23, 2015 2:49 AM
Tom Brocher
Rose Ratto

Hi Jennifer:

I took the same photo for Rosa Ratto (died 1897) and I can testify that the photo was taken in Section G and not in Section MSM. I created a new memorial for the Rosa Ratto in Section G. There is also apparently a Rose Ratto in Section MSM…

Best wishes,

Added by Tom Brocher on Mar 01, 2015 12:16 AM
RE: Re: Dr Edith Das Madronia
BTW, Good job digging up that information! I always like acknowledging that someone was a doctor. I am glad you were able to find that information. :)
Added by AZEXPLORER on Feb 17, 2015 8:54 PM
RE: Re: Dr Edith Das Madronia
Ah, okay. I saw that her husband was a dentist, but didn't see anywhere that she was a dentist. Thanks for the info. :)
Added by AZEXPLORER on Feb 17, 2015 8:50 PM
RE: Re: Sangree Oden Saratoga
Thanks for looking Jennifer. Yeah, I noticed the Sangree's in PA, too. One is a doctor (Thomas Sangree - so I thought maybe our Thomas Sangree was his son) .... and the Hogg family was a prominent doctor in Saratoga, so I thought maybe there was a connection through that, but I couldn't figure anything out.

It is very strange that he is on her grave marker but we cannot find a connection. Hmmmm...

Thanks again for looking.

Added by AZEXPLORER on Feb 11, 2015 11:57 PM
Paul Frederich Baumann (# 130732049)
Hello Jennifer,
I am working on research paper about "The German goldmine in Korea from 1897 until 1903". On visitor at the goldmine was Paul Baumann, who works for the german company "E. Meyer & Co." and later on for "Wolter & Co." at Chemulpo (today Incheon). He visit the Goldmine on May, 12 1903.
I also found a letter from Baumann to a museum in Stuttgart (Sept. 20, 1899). In the letter he made some presents to the museum.
Now I searching for same relatives to Paul Baumann.
Can you give same tip?
Added by Michael on Feb 01, 2015 5:04 AM
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