|Hans Van Landschoot (#46933062)|
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I have been researching the Van Landschoot ancestry since 1994. Using "Find A Grave" I'm hoping to preserve the memory of the Van Landschoot descendants in Belgium, Canada, France and the USA and share my findings with both close and distant relatives. More persons will be add as time permits. Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions, especially if corrections need to be made.|
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|Lori Humble||Roels / Woodlawn Cemetery|
I went to the cemetery today and unfortunately the family graves are unmarked. According to cemetery records they are buried in Pioneer Garden, Block 213, Lot 3,
Space 1: Lona Lee Roels d. 8/20/1957 and Infant d. 3/5/1912
Space 2: Alfred Felix d. 12/12/1939 and Infant d. 5/25/1917 and
Marie J. d. 8/10/1912
Space 3: Infant d. 3/26/1913
They are buried in a plot that is next to one of the roads in the cemetery. I will post a picture with a note on each memorial. Sorry I wasn't able to find headstones for you. If I can help further please let me know. Have a good day!
|Who Wants to Know||RE: VanDura family|
Ik heb een paar Landschoote en Van Landschoote in mijn boom. Is er iemand die bijzonder die u zoekt?
|James Snow||RE: Freeman Miller|
I have a copy of their marriage record and her obituary, if you are interested.
|GCJustus||RE: Van Nest|
Added by GCJustus on Jul 23, 2013 6:40 AM
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: De Pauw Ferris|
Hi Hans, the cemetery is just on the other side of town and I like
to get right to it. You are very welcome. Her daughter told me
that there would be a stone placed for her
You are very welcome. Glad I could be of help to you. Chris
Added by Macso on Jun 27, 2012 7:37 AM
|Bil Holway||RE: Holliet|
Your very welcome.
|debbie fox||louise landschoot brown|
i posted her xeroxed photo from my mom's family tree book of the brown family i now see you added one.. you can see the pictures is the same person! my mom did the book back in the 1980's two of her first brown cousins are still alive!
|J. C. Hooper||Charles Van Hulse, Highland Cem., Lawton, OK|
I was glad to help you. When I found the location of Rev. Van Hulse's headstone, I was very surprised to see that he's buried right next to Rev. Anthony Mark Wallock, 35910586, who was born in Austria. My first thought was that perhaps they knew one another.
Rev. Wallock was the impetus behind the creation of the Holy City of the Wichitas, located in the Wichita Mountains, near Lawton, OK, where an Easter Passion Play is performed each spring: http://www.theholycitylawton.com/about_us
|Vicky Valenta||RE: Holliet|
FYI- In that same plot there are markers for-
Meda M. Knapp, Holliet R. Knapp and Anna May Knapp.
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