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I research the German name Homrighausen and its various spelling variations in the US: Homrighaus, Homrighous, Homrighouse, Humrighouse, Homrig, Humrickhouse, Humrichouser, Humrichouse, Humrichous, Humerickhouse, and Houser.|
If you are interested in the family and its ancestry, please contact me. I like to share information and connect family as much as possible.
If you are closer in relationship to these individuals than me, let me know and they're yours. I'm not a hoarder, just a middleman waiting to pass on my info to others.
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|Bonnie Emmert||RE: George Shire marker|
You're very welcome. I enjoyed doing it. B.
|Cindy Taylor-Matuse||RE: John Borders|
Thank you so much. I appreciate it.
How did you contact them?
Usually the secretary will give you the information by phone (begrudgingly)
Added by Phil on Jun 12, 2014 9:55 AM
If you will find out the section/lot numbers, I will go look for them.
Added by Phil on May 27, 2014 7:25 AM
|KansasChinaDad||RE: Luthi pic|
You are very welcome. Inez was a character and was well loved by all of the residents of Logan. She was a neat lady and I remember each year at Halloween, she had a ball decorating her front porch.
At Christmas, she always had Santa Claus in a rocking chair on the front porch and the chair was always rocking. To this little boy, that was pretty amazing!
|Phil||Schnucks at Westview|
I saw your request for the Schnucks. That family name is big in St. Louis, my home town. They started one of the big grocery store chains there. I live in Atlanta but remember Schnucks very well. Any connection?
Added by Phil on May 26, 2014 3:30 PM
|Candeux||RE: Homrighausen family|
Here is the complete list of those buried in Q308 (South half):
Gustav Homrighausen: buried 5/4/1885 at age 5 days
Pauline P. Homrighausen: 7/11/1884 @ 4m
Augusta C. Homrighausen: 6/19/1937 @ 81y/11m/16d
Gustav Homrighausen: 12/26/1923 @ 69y/10m/11d
Edward B. Homrighausen: 6/5/1934 @ 37y/1m/2d
Louis Koch: 4/4/1918 @ 88y/10m/16d
Catherine Koch: 12/1/1915 @ 86y/2m/10d
If you want to create memorials for any of these that don't already have them, I will upload the photo of the plot.
Added by Candeux on May 22, 2014 6:42 AM
|Janice Dean LeMaster||RE: Potters and Patches|
You are very welcome.
|Candeux||RE: Homrighausen family|
You're quite welcome; it's a pleasure to assist. Thanks for the clarification on the two Gustav's. I have uploaded the photos for the younger Gustav, Paula, and Bertha. I have also deleted the photo of Gustav and Paula's marker from the elder Gustav's memorial. Next chance I get I will get a complete roster of all those buried at that location so you can create memorials as necessary and I can upload the plot photo to each.
You will notice that the plot photo shows Gustav and Paula's stone face down. It was small enough that I was able to turn it right side up for a photo. I will go back later after a couple of rains to see if it is more legible.
Incidentally, you may have noticed a memorial for a Susan Homrighausen. Someone else ("Deborah R") requested a photo for her and for her mother, Emma Courtice. I was surprised that two people would coincidentally be looking at the same time for someone in a family with a relatively unusual name. Just thought you might want to know in case they are related and in case you wanted to compare notes with her.
Added by Candeux on May 18, 2014 7:04 AM
|Judie Custer||RE: George Homrighous marker|
Just posted the photo as requested.
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