|obsessive journey||Albert Boness 168755683|
Please remove the image of the death record. I updated your correction. Thanks.
|jan colbert||RE: Emma Hogrefe Vix (sister or child?)|
Yes, looks good! Thanks so much for your prompt attention to my relatives!!
|jan colbert||Emma Hogrefe Vix (sister or child?)|
Thank you for your work with this relative of mine. Henry Hogrefe, Jr. had a sister named Emma Hogrefe (1881-1921). He also had a daughter, Emma Hogrefe Vix (1903-1979). The latter person is the memorial that you have on Find a Grave (105268425). At this memorial, Emma Hogrefe Vix is listed as both the sister and the child of Henry Hogrefe, Jr. (5896994). Is there a way to correct the relationship to show this Emma Hogrefe Vix as the child (and not the daughter) of Henry Hogrefe, Jr.?
Thank you in advance for your help and again, thank you for your work regarding this relative of mine! Jan Colbert
|Laurie Strand||RE: Ingar Strand|
I hope I responded earlier but perhaps I didn't. Then you were in Downers. Maybe in 3 years you moved. Anyhow, you are right, I assumed Ingar Strand was buried in the cemetery I posted. I will delete that info. I'm still sure she was buried in Downers. The Strands corner was Maple and Walnut c. 1940. Regards, Laurie
|IrishGirl67||RE: David S. Campbell, Sr.|
I sent you an email today. Did you get it?
Hope to hear back from you.
|kcbent||RE: Mountain Connection|
My mom and her sister (both still living) went to Aunt Ethel's funeral. Worrall and Irene Adelia Tallman both died a few years before they were born so they never met them.
Added by kcbent on Mar 04, 2016 7:24 AM
|kcbent||RE: Joseph William Mountain|
There is a Joseph William, son of Joseph William and Catherine Slater, so that information is correct. There is also another Joseph William who is the son of John Mountain and Mary Ann Furmage. He was born in England. I have two different dates for his birthday - 07 Dec 1841 and 06 Dec 1840. The 1840 date was found in pension papers that John Mountain filed after Henry Mountain died in the Civil War in Minnesota. There's 'A copy from Family Bible' included in it. The 1841 date was found in a typed page of the Mountains, starting with Joseph William and Catherine Ann Slater. We're not sure who typed it, but it was among family papers in the house my aunt lives in now - originally the house of Milton T. Mountain and Marion Glasgow - my maternal grandparents - and where my Mom grew up. Some of the other papers found were written by William Mount Tallman and some were written by Marion Glasgow Mountain based on the handwriting.
Added by kcbent on Mar 04, 2016 7:22 AM
|Rich H.||RE: William H Paulsen at Vail Memorial Cemetery|
Tim, I added all the pictures I took at the time. I no longer live in NJ, or I would go and look for Mary for you. You could call the church across the street, they have the records and are genealogically friendly.
Added by Rich H. on Mar 03, 2016 8:49 AM
|Tom Owen||RE: Joseph Van Burkirk|
I don't believe so. His name was Ephraim Harry Lyons. I have his death cert but it does not list the cemetery.
I wonder if they are all in Olivet
Perhaps I'll have to try to get over there when I am in Chattanooga for thanksgiving. I'll keep an eye out for Joseph if I do
Thanks for your help
Added by Tom Owen on Oct 24, 2015 2:36 PM
|Tom Owen||RE: Joseph Van Burkirk|
Thank you. I have seen both of those on ancestry.
I guess more specifically, how did you place Joseph at Mount Olivet?
I wonder if Daisy is there as well
She has a son there but I don't know where she and her first husband are buried
Added by Tom Owen on Oct 24, 2015 12:36 PM
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