|Todd Whitesides (#47553735)|
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A native of Louisville, Kentucky, I've lived since 1998 in the Licking River Historic District of Covington directly across the Ohio River from Cincinnati. My grandmother Luetta Deitchman Crenshaw cultivated an interest in our German heritage and was an active member of the German-American Club Gesangverein in Louisville. Together we researched the families of her 2nd-great-grandfathers, Carl Deutschmann (1800-1869) and Philipp Jacob Deußer (1815-1874). My great-grandmother Emma Babcock Leffler was also supportive of my early interest in genealogy, and when I lived in the Highlands neighborhood of Louisville I would visit the grave site of her great-grandparents, Johann Michael Hillerich (1795-1879) and Anna Apollonia Ritter Hillerich (1799-1876). While photographing old headstones at St John's Lutheran Cemetery in Camp Springs, Kentucky, I came across the grave site of Maria Ursula Nußbaum Uhl (1805-1891), aunt of my 3rd-great-grandfather Daniel Götz (1826-1911). Though my favorite German connection is through my great-grandmother Fausta May Rogers's ancestor Marthe, Madame de Rocoulle (c.1655-1741), who was a Hofdame at the Berlin court of Friedrich Wilhelm von Preußen (1688-1740) and Sophia Dorothea von Hannover (1687-1757) and was the governess of their son Friedrich der Große (1712-1786), König von Preußen.|
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|Debbie J||RE: Louis Eiscenschmidt/Eisensmith|
Added by Debbie J on Jan 26, 2015 7:31 PM
|Frank Rinesmith||RE: Throckmorton's-Paris Cemetery|
My sincere apologies for my requested action. I know better, but just didn't think. If you haven't transferred them yet, I suggest that I make a request to "merge" and/or "consolidate" my memorials with yours. One reason I wanted to keep my memorials was because of the family links. I have never requested a merge before. I assume if that's possible that my links and photo's would show up on your memorials. Can you walk me thru the merge process. Again, so sorry for my dumb actions. Thanks.
|Kathy Reed||RE: Britton Wainright|
Sorry that I didn't respond in 2013. I wasn't using findagrave much, but recently I've been using it a lot. I would love to be responsible for Britton Wainright.
|chris allsman||RE: Benjamin Netherland|
You're very welcome, Todd. My 4x great-granddad settled in the Jessamine Co area right after his Rev War service and one of his sons died fighting Indians. I'm only too happy to try and shed some light on those events. Thank you for the add.
|Mike McQuaid||Gamull memorials|
As you will see I have transferred the Gamull memorials created by myself to your control. It keeps it tidy for you!
From another tree on Ancestry .. Alice's birth was in Chester in 1575, parents Richard Bavant and Jane Banville....
|EmLynn Thompson||RE: Crocketts & Woodsons|
You're very welcome. I try my best.
|Mike McQuaid||RE: Randle Holme and other 'Holmes' - ST Mary's Chester|
Hello Todd.. thanks for your kind comments.
I have just added a photo of a memorial to Rowland Waringen who you also have listed (as Waring).
I have been working on records created against what appears to be a duplicated cemetery entry (St Mary's centre) rather than the correct one that you have created in its original name of St Mary's on the Hill. I don't know if there a way of combining those on the incorrect page with yours? Perhaps you might know ??
|Mike McQuaid||Randle Holme and other 'Holmes' - ST Mary's Chester|
I have posted a photo of a mainly latin inscribed memorial which clearly refers to the Holme family and mentions Randle in first line.
It is attached to his memorial page but I will leave it to you if you think it is worth attaching to the other Holme's that you have created records for.
(Good luck with translating!!!)
All the Werners in Cave Hill, Section P, Lot 510 have photos now. Not all had markers of any kind. Six were double-buried (children).
Added by Rob M on Jan 22, 2015 1:46 PM
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||RE: Lizzie Bryant|
Pretty Good. Always nice to hear from you
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