|Jim and Mary (#47186549)|
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Mary, I am searching for the graves of John and Elizabeth Petrof or Petroff. I have obituaries that say they were buried in what is now Peace Lutheran Cemetery. They died in 1905 and 1904.
Have you seen their graves? If so in what part of the cemetery?
Judy (Jazzemke (48097722 indicated you were very familiar with the cemetery. I plan a visit this fall and look for the graves.
Tom Thomas (48328793)
|Michael Meyer||RE: Ann Farrell (78327838)|
I surely appreciate it. Thank you so much!
|Michael Meyer||Ann Farrell (78327838)|
Jim and Mary:
I encountered this monument on Find-a-Grave and have no verified that Ann and her husband John Farrell are my great great great grandparents. They've been a real mystery for me in my family research, so I was delighted to find them. I already knew from newspaper accounts that S. J. Timann, their daughter, was my great great aunt, and her infant son is buried next to Ann and John. I wanted to thank you for putting up Ann's memorial. Once question I have is the Ann's birth date, Dec. 23, 1828, Ireland. Do you recall where you found that?
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