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Dwayne Montz (#47024669)
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Joseph Mann
RE: Koine Tomb pics (2nd try!)
Dwayne,

Thank you for the kind comments. Anytime I can help please let me know.

Joe
Added by Joseph Mann on Jan 09, 2015 6:52 PM
Bobby
RE: Re: Madere, Perilloux & Vicknair edits
HEY THANKS, AND MY EYES ARE NT THAT GREAT ANYMORE EITHER, BUT I ENLARGED IT AND AM PRETTY SURE IT SAYS 85
Added by Bobby on Dec 26, 2014 7:11 PM
Judie
Dominican Sisters Cemetery @ Rosaryville
Rosaryville had just celebrated their 75th anniversary of Spiritual Growth. I've gotten the Friars Cemetery @ 100% photographed, and soon to have the Sisters @ 100% all the photos are taken or upgraded & working with Sister Dorothy @ Dominican Sisters of Peace Leadership & with Suzette & LaVerne @ Rosaryville to have both cemetery links added to the Rosaryville link.
Added by Judie on Nov 05, 2014 7:03 PM
chris weber
Magdalena Doll Foltz
Mr Montz: Thank you for your time and efforts - I appreciate it!
Added by chris weber on Sep 16, 2014 9:37 PM
chris weber
Magdalena Doll Foltz
Mr. Montz - I am so happy to have this info, and I appreciate you sending it along. I am in the process of moving, and so it took me a minute to catch up with myself.

Magdalana was my greatx3 grandmother, and I find the story of their emigration and settling in Minnesota really fascinating. Her sister married John Foltz's brother (perhaps his first cousin), Karl. Karl ended, finally, here in Oregon. Amazing saga.

Do you have any other info on this particular group? I would be very interested in anything you might know.....

Again, I thank you.
Added by chris weber on Sep 14, 2014 1:59 PM
Ancestors
Schwaibold
Hi,
I am not sure if the Schwaibold's are your family or if you documented the names here (I see you are a Find A Grave volunteer). I added photos to those 2 names. The vault spelling for Philip is PHILLIP. (I can't figure out if Find A Grave automatically notifies someone when new photos are added to one of their postings or not.)
Alicia
Added by Ancestors on Jun 18, 2014 5:06 PM
NolaGirl
RE: Re: Sarah Whitworth Montz Marker Pic
Thanx Dwayne- I'm a terrible photographer. Fortunately I have a pretty good camera!:)
Added by NolaGirl on Apr 17, 2014 9:40 PM
Donald West
Clara A Langenkamp
Dwayne,
I have a little more info you can add to Clara's memorial #69924320.
Her maiden name is Leyes.
Her birth place is Montgomery, Ohio
Her death place is Dayton,Montgomery,Ohio
I am working on getting her obituary to add as well.
All this new info is from her death record and multiple census records.

Thanks Don West
Long lost cousin
Added by Donald West on Apr 01, 2014 11:19 AM
Ronald
Dr. C. B. Mericq
Thanks so much for the info. Dr. Mericq was my GG Grandfather. I walked the St. James cemetery and was unable to find his grave. I'll have to go back and see if I can find it. I don't know a lot about the Mericq side of the family but plan to dig into it at a later date. Thanks, Ronnie
Added by Ronald on Feb 28, 2014 6:25 PM
Peachy Pringle
RE: George Wilson Vicknair memorial
The Amite Cemetery - Mulberry Street Cemetery thing causes no end of confusion. I got an e-mail once from a woman in Michigan whose aunt ((still living, 90 years-old, sort of senile)) had forgotten where she buried her first husband. His obit said Amite Cemetery and we looked for him for weeks before we thought to cross the Highway and look for him in Mulberry Street Cemetery.
My husband and I are photographing all of Mulberry Street Cemetery, and the Vicknair photos are just a result of that project. We don't know them at all.
I grabbed your obit for George before it could get lost.
If you ever decide that you want to manage the Vicknairs, just send a request.
Added by Peachy Pringle on Jun 15, 2013 3:07 PM
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