|Kimberly Burg Grim (#47059302)|
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|Kathie||3 Davis @ StL Calvary|
I am sorry, but it seems that they are unmarked, most of the lot is unmarked.
Added by Kathie on Jan 31, 2016 6:51 AM
|Andy Wolf||Transfer Request|
I would like to request a tranfer of Emma Elizabeth Wolf Brown 95844444
|Cheryl White||Free family at Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka|
Just a note to let you know I have made additions to the pages for William, Louisa, Elise, Allen, and Mary Jane Free. There were small death notices for William and Louisa in the Topeka State Journal, and I added the cemetery info on all of them. Perhaps you can link them together?
Kim, would you please transfer 74174034 Magdalena Schnell Knisley to me as she is the sister of my 3 gr grandfather. Thank you, Kasey #48603103
|Michael Wise||Margaret Jane Wise|
Thanks for all your hard work. I believe you have an error on this record. Margaret Jane Wise was never married. Andrew Calvin Wise was married to Eva Bell Kennedy. Margaret Jane Wise was his sister.
|Glenn Benner||Adam Crumbling|
I was at Gettysburg today. Added at photo to your Adam Crumbling memorial page - #11373220. I hope it is ok. If not I will delete. Please let me know.
I recently found an article on this family in the History of York County. It gives quite a bit of information, but is very specific about the family being from Holland, not Germany. Do you have any source information for the German information? Modern Osnabruck, Germany is about 60 miles from the current border of The Netherlands...could this be part of the confusion about where they came from?
Also, it lists George's wife as Wilhelmina. Any ideas of why? Thanks!
|Sharon Graham||sorry :(|
SOOO sorry....I typed Kelly instead of Kimberly! I apologize!!! Haste makes waste!
|Sharon Graham||Philip and Anna Grim|
Hi Kelly. My name is Sharon Grim and I have been researching the Grim genealogy for a few months. I am as far back as Philip Grimm who came to America in 1748, the first Grimm here in my line of ancestry. I am wondering if you have any information on him, specifically where he is buried. He was William's Great Grandfather. I would appreciate any information you would have. Thanks in advance!
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Indiantown Gap National Cemetery|
You're very welcome. Glad we could help.
Brenda & Pete
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