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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
Evelyn McCoy White
RE: Charlie and Lola Carrell
Thankyou. That is their son. Very kind of you to do that.
Added by Evelyn McCoy White on Feb 28, 2010 10:43 AM
Cherri M.
Martin's
Thank you so very much for all your work! I truly appreciate the time it took to not only locate but to photograph these for me! Again, thank you so much!
Added by Cherri M. on Feb 28, 2010 10:40 AM
Satter3380
RE: Thank You
All of the Kimsey's in the Fairview cemetery are relatives, on my mother's side of my family.

Lillie and William E(rastus) were wife and husband. They were my aunt and uncle.

William H. was his son, and Jewell was his spouse.

Chad (Clyde) was also a son. He married Lucille. Chad and Lucille's son is also in Fairview.

The Kimsey family migrated via train from Ducktown, TN in 1908, arriving at Pryor, OK. William, Lillie, William H. and Chad stayed at Pryor. My granddad Thomas Levi and his familiy moved to a place called Mark which once existedd southwest of Locust Grove. I have yet to pinpoint the precise location of Mark, however.

Again, thank you for your effort.
Added by Satter3380 on Feb 28, 2010 9:40 AM
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