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Diane Voegeli (#47124148)
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Kristi Monroe Bender
RE: Schmidts
When you gave the name Schmidt I figured there was a good chance they were at Catherine. There are a ton of them there. My husband's family is Schmitt. The picture on Jacob's of the big concrete sign is the settler's sign. If I put it on there, then his name is on it. It's engraved with the church records for the earliest settlers of Catherine and has a map that shows which plot is theirs, if they know.
Added by Kristi Monroe Bender on Feb 10, 2013 2:36 AM
Kristi Monroe Bender
Photos
Oh...If you have scans of photos of their makers you can email them to me at kristibender@hotmail.com. It might be possible to match the details if the names are missing.
Added by Kristi Monroe Bender on Feb 09, 2013 11:00 AM
Kristi Monroe Bender
RE: Metal headstones
These metal crosses are all over Rush, Russell and Ellis counties in the Volga German cemeteries. From what I understand, they were the type they used back in Russia. They were made by local men. My husband's gg-grandfather was a blacksmith and made a lot of them.

One big problem with these is that somewhere along the line many of the name plates have either worn/rusted over or been painted over. Some never had one. I'm within an hour or two of most of these cemeteries and spent a lot of time in them last fall.

If they had these crosses, they're Volga German Catholics and most likely buried in the cemetery of whichever church they attended. I can't promise anything, but if you'd like to give me their names, I might be able to get an idea which community they were from or keep an eye out for them.
Added by Kristi Monroe Bender on Feb 09, 2013 10:57 AM
CRob
Richard Voegeli
Diane, Just an FYI but Richard is actually located in Section E, 218 not in F.
Added by CRob on Aug 05, 2012 4:43 PM
imakeyper
RE: Eck transfer
You are welcome.....one of the very last homes that Urban built was a very dear friend of ours. Our kids also go to St. Marks too!
Added by imakeyper on Aug 02, 2011 5:47 PM
Alex Roller
RE: the Bobos
If you will e-mail me, I will be happy to send you all of my Bobo information. I am always happy to share with relatives.

Have a great day!
Alex Roller
aroller@opusnet.com
Added by Alex Roller on Jun 06, 2011 6:37 AM
Robin
Voegeli's in St. Marks
I am getting ready to add them - all of them were extremely hard to photograph and two of them were extremely worn.
I wish they had been better!
Robin
Added by Robin on Feb 23, 2011 3:14 PM
 

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