|Erick Wagner (#47205342)|
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|I research family history as a personal hobby for family and friends. In most cases I have family or personal ties to the vast majority of the memorials that I manage.|
A Partial Listing of the Surnames I Research
BUTENHOFF [ASPROTH, BERG, BERQUIST, ERDMANN, FREY, JAHN, JILK, KASTEN, TORGERSON]
HAYES [COOPRIDER, FLANIGAN, GONSER, LEGRAND, POE]
KLEINSCHMIDT [AUNE, BLOEDOW, LOGELIN, WITTY]
LANG [KLAUS, KRUSENKLAUS]
LOESCH [EGGERS, EHRHARDT, ERHARDT, JACK, RIEKENBERG]
ROGGOW [FITZTHUM, HEDDE, HIDDE]
SCHOSSOW [GAHNZ, HAAVE, KORUPP, SLETKOLEN]
SCHULTZ [HEDDE, HIDDE, SCHAAR, VIESTENZ]
STUKEY [SCILIGO, STONE]
WAGNER [CHRISTENSEN, CLINE, DICKENSON, DICKINSON, GRAGERT, HARGER, HORRALL, KROMM, POPE, POPP, SCHEFFE, SCHIEFELBEIN]
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|Eric Schumacher||RE: Schumacher|
I would be Fred Jr.'s first cousin 1x removed according to Ancestry.com. His father and my grandfather, Edwin F. (Butch) Schumacher, were brothers; two of thirteen children. Fred Sr. was the oldest and my grandfather was #11. They were 25 and 6 when their father died (ironically while giving a sermon about the MO. Synod raising $1,000,000 for widows and orphans of deceased and retired pastors), so Fred Sr. was more like a father to him than an older brother.
Fred Sr. took the call at our church to fill his father's vacancy and served here until his death. He and his family lived just down the street from his mother and younger siblings, so they saw each other often, if not daily. Fred Jr.'s brother, Paul told me that Butch liked to joke with them growing up, telling them stories about fake uncles and trying to convince them that he had a wooden leg.
One of Fred Sr.'s big pushes was for the building of our church. Sadly, he didn't live to see it beyond the design phase, but Fred Jr., fresh out of seminary, was the guest preacher for its dedication in June, 1952. You can see him on the film of that event here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7N3fsQPpKM
The day prior to the dedication, Fred Jr. preformed the first marriage in the new church, his sister Elsa to prominent ELCA minister, Martin Marty.
|wafe||William Henry Torstadt|
The info here [ https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FWNK-VRP ] and here [ http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=KYdeaths&h=411488&indiv=try&o_vc=Record:OtherRecord&rhSource=3077&requr=2533274790690817&ur=0 ] provides support for the changes submitted via the edit process.
Added by wafe on Jun 12, 2015 6:37 AM
Hi Erick, just wanted to say thank you so much for taking the time to post all this information. August Pope was my grandfather and my dad, Ronald Ray Pope, will be very glad to hear this information also. Hope to say hello in person someday as we are obviously related! Take care, -Ronnie Pope in Texas
|Cheryl||RE: Elizabeth Ryser|
This is posted right under the photo of the cemetery gate
Don't show cemetery photos
on this memorial [?]
Added by: Erick Wagner
I think someone from the web site must have put it there. Seems like it should have said
Cemetery Photo added by: Erick Wagner
and the other statement left off.
As long as no one takes down the cemetery photo I don't care if it is there.
I was just curious because it looked like you have posted that and obviously you did not.
Elizabeth was my great grandmother and her grave is to the left as you enter the cemetery a few rows from the front
Thanks for responding.
Added by Cheryl on Mar 21, 2015 1:55 PM
I am responsible for her memorial page and I was wondering why you posted the statement about no cemetery photos on the page. I like the photos that are posted there. Actually went from California to Oklahoma to make sure the grave was still OK. Just a little curious about your statement. No big deal as long as the photos remain. Cheryl
Added by Cheryl on Mar 20, 2015 5:45 PM
|Tom Nelson||RE: Wm. Gustave Loesch|
"Township". Duh. I should have figured that out. So at this point we have no real idea of where this fella is buried, do we? Using one of the online birthdate calculators, I come up with a birthdate of May 13, 1883. With that, the death date and the name, you could create a "burial: unknown" memorial - if you are not averse to doing things like that. But I will leave that to your judgement. Thanks for getting back to me about that. Tom
|Tom Nelson||Charles Gustave Loesch|
On the other hand (re my message below) the memorial for the subject individual shows that he and his wife had two kids who also didn't thrive. Maybe "Wm." is buried in Johnston instead?
|Tom Nelson||William (or Wilhelm) Gustave Loesch|
Hi Erick! I was just noodling around and found this death record for the subject individual. And I noticed that you had created all of the memorials for the family in the Loesch Cemetery in Cole County. Do you suppose this child could be buried there, as well? The document says he was buried in "Jeff Tsp" but I have no idea what that means. Do you? Good luck. Tom in Kansas City, MO
|pat timm||RE: Lily Eggers|
Thank you Erik. Pat
Added by pat timm on Oct 17, 2014 5:15 PM
|pat timm||Lily Eggers|
Hi Erick, is it ok if I post a picture of Aunt Lily on her memorial? Thanks Pat
Added by pat timm on Oct 15, 2014 12:39 PM
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