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My name is Dustin Edward Schrull, I'm 25 years old and I live in Chattanooga, TN, I was born in Hershey, PA. My first name was named after a man who saved my grandfather who was under attack by a German in World War II, then my grandfather named my dad, Dusty, later my dad changed his name to Edward, later after that he had a son (me) and named him Dustin. My middle name is named after my grandfather and my dad. I've been enthusiastic with my family history, I've used this webite for research and I'm willing to add and find out more about my ancestors.|
My dad's side: German, English, Scottish, distant Irish, and distant French
My mom's side: Norwegian, Italian, and Azorean Portuguese.
My dad is one quarter German, approxmiatley one quarter English, little bit of Scottish, little bit of Irish, and little bit of French. My mom is one quarter Norweigan, one eighth Italian, and one eighth Azorean Portuguese.
My paternal grandparents are Edward William Schrull (son of Carl Schrull and Florence Wahl) and Grace Emogene Waterhouse (daughter of George Wright Waterhouse and Lottie Grace Adams). Edward was born in Michigan and raised in Connecticut. Carl was a German from Russia (now Poland), and Florence was also a German from Russia (now Ukraine). Grace was born in Connecticut and most of her ancestors were English. Grace's paternal grandmother's mom was born in Amboy, NY to Scottish parents. The only French ancestor that Grace descended from was Philip De Lannoy.
My Maternal grandparents are Howard Rae Willman Sr. (son of Erling Olaf Willman and Clara Theresa Williams) and Joan Annette Lodolini (daughter of Camillo Isador Lodolini and Anna Bernadette Rogers). Howard and all of his ancestors are Norweigan. Joan's dad was Italian. Joan's paternal grandfather Leopoldo Lodolini born in Milano, Italy and adopted and got his last name change to Lodolini. Joan's mom was Azorean Portuguese
Genealogy of Dustin Schrull.
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|Elaine and Bill Schrock||RE: Obituary|
It depends on the timeline. What is your cousin's name and date of death?
Sorry, I don't do obit lookups. You may find someone here who does: http://www.gsbcfl.org/
|Herb Schwede||RE: Obituary|
I live in the gooseneck of the county. Sometimes I lookup obituaries if I can find the time.
|Ms. Hummingbird||RE: Cousins in Florida|
GOOD MORNING . I DID FIND BOTH OF YOUR RELATIVES INFORMATION HOWEVER I DOES NOT SAY IN WHICH CEMETERY THEY ARE BURIED.
Ernest Joseph Baudrau
Birthdate: June 25, 1899
Birthplace: Meriden, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States
Death: Died April 22, 1974 in Hialeah, Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States
Husband of Lillian C. Baudrau
Father of Robert Ernest Baudrau; Dorothy Rosella Edwards and Edward A. Baudrau
Lillian C. Baudrau (Adams)
Birthdate: February 23, 1894
Birthplace: Connecticut, United States
Death: Died September 17, 1980 in Dania Beach, Broward County, Florida, United States
Daughter of John George Richard Adams and Eliza Ann Adams
Wife of Ernest Joseph Baudrau
Mother of Robert Ernest Baudrau; Dorothy Rosella Edwards and Edward A. Baudrau
Sister of Elsie Jane Adams; Ethel May Long; Maude I. Sutor and Lottie Grace Waterhouse
|Christie Trapp||RE: Obituaries|
They would only have them if someone paid to have an obit put into the paper. That's true of any obituary and why you can't always find one. If the family decided it was too expensive, no obit.
The SF public library might have some old newspapers, but you would have to have the specific time period -- like say a week or two after the death. They don't have the staff to be looking for an obit when the date of death isn't known. This would be true of any library that happens to keep old newspapers.
You've not said when the person who you are seeking died and that is a factor as well.
The library in Napa might have the newspapers as well as the Sacramento State Library gets microfilms of all the newspapers published in California. However, you will have to hire someone to go do a lookup -- perhaps via a genealogy group that has people who will do lookups -- the library personnel won't do it. There is a copy cost as well.
Hope this helps you in your quest for finding the obit.
|John Van Essen||RE: Brainerd death/burial|
I emailed you info about what happened to Charlie Wilson's remains. :)
it might be awhile, but I'll let you know. Meanwhile, I googled his name and it comes up a few times in U of Minnesota, architecture school. Have you seen that yearbook picture of a group shot that he's in?
Added by Andy on Aug 30, 2015 11:39 AM
Stanislaus county obit lookup. I would be happy to help, what is the name & date of death? cemetery?
You'd have to contact the newspaper where the obit was published.
Added by Joy on Aug 29, 2015 5:42 PM
yes I live in hernando county obits would be in tampa tribune or st pete times
Added by Foxhunt on Aug 29, 2015 1:30 PM
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