|gerald j beschta||me agian|
i see we both have the same grandparents... charlotte and Joachim broitzman is my 3rd gr grandparents
|gerald j beschta||august kannenberg|
just me again deb(davis) for the better half Gerald beschta what i have been trying to find is how to go about using one email for two family log in names mine deb davis or for Gerald (jerry) beschta. that is one help i am looking for....
|gerald j beschta||hi cheryl....|
just went to the august kannenberg in your note my better half's 2nd great grandfather on his dads side beschta... been trying to figure a way to you two names with the same email address have found help on that yet but yes they are the same person. know his the kannenberg's related to you in anyway
Thank you for the photo of my dad's stone, Cheryl. September 4th was his birthday and when I logged in to leave flower, I saw it.
|Linda G.||Blanka Flaig|
Thank you so very much for the nice photo!! I attribute the name difference (Blanka : Blanche) to the mix of German, Latin (used in churches then) & English.
Added by Linda G. on Aug 07, 2014 2:50 PM
|Louise D||RE: Aunt Frieda|
Thank you so much.. working to update my Krueger family.
Added by Louise D on Nov 17, 2013 1:13 PM
|KE S Price||RE: Joecks Memorials|
Thanks so much for the transfers and everything you do for Find A Grave :)
|Jerry Stremcha||Harlos Memorials|
Thanks for the emails on Faith UCC. I got someone at Faith to look into the church books. They came up with a couple of records, one that indicated a Petri marriage occurring in Germantown to a Klumb (Courthouse records states it occurred in Wayne Township) and a daughter of this marriage that died in 1863 and presumeably buried in the cemetery. The Harlos deaths could have been there, but since they were not, the records and burials must be the St. John in Slinger not Section 31. Do you have any experience dealing with the Germantown church or Slinger church?
|Lenora (Weber) Mulock||wrong photo Peter Klumb|
thanks for the heads up - photo deleted
|Jerry Stremcha||RE: St John's UCC Cemetery|
Thanks for the effort. I am a bit fuzzy about this cemetery. I recall one of my relation went to it and it wasn't being taken care of (weeds and brush) and there weren't too many stones visible. Is that what you saw at the cemetery you went to. They lived around Ackerville in Polk Township so I don't know whether this is the right St. John's. Are you familiar with the cemeteries in the area?
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