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My name is John Maxwell. I have been researching my genealogy since 1996. I am the co-founder of Headstone Healers of Indiana and I live in Spencer, Indiana.|
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|D. Singleton Shell||York request|
Thank you John for the obit for Evelyn Carpenter York. Sorry it took so long to add your informaton. Darla
|Karen (Porteous) Glass||RE: Anton PERTLE|
That is great! I'm glad you are related. I just started poking around in my husband's lineage and have a folder of information written out by his father. I am hoping to get pictures of headstones to add to the Find A Grave memorial.
I just found some lineage information on Anton which includes many children. Anton was married twice. Lucinda was his 2nd. There was only one child w/first wife...and with Lucinda about 13? My husband comes down through daughter Emilia/Emma who married Louis Glass 1902 in Chicago.
Would you mind comparing information on those children and a little on Lucinda? I'm not sure how far I want to go on the Hollandsworth line, but would like to fill in any blanks on the children. Where did the Hollandsworth name originate? I do research in Lincolnshire, England and I see many Hollingsworth which is possibly a variation spelling of which there are several.
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|Karen (Porteous) Glass||Anton PERTLE|
My husband is the great grandson of Anton. I was wondering if Anton was an ancestor of yours and where you got the information and picture of him. If you have more information on him and his wife I would be interested in anything you could help me with. We were at the Bohemian National Cemetery recently and the clerk wasn't accommodating at all. She said she couldn't find them at all in the cemetery records. Then I see you have them listed there. Do you happen to have anymore information on where in the cemetery they are buried?
Any help would be appreciated.
Regards, Karen Glass
|Danielle ||Pearl Mason-Hubble|
Dear Mr. Maxwell,
Hi I saw that you posted a picture of Pearl Mason Hubble and her husband Jesse. That is my Great Grandmother and I was so shocked by the photo. No one in my family has ever seen this photo. I was so happy to find it! I appreciate you posting it, but was wondering where did you get it from? I'm researching my family, and any leads will help. My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to contact me through there. Thanks!
Added by Danielle on Sep 01, 2014 8:06 PM
|Duchess of Brookhaven||Mary Campbell Wilson|
Thank you for updating her memorial!
|John Stoutimore||Louisa Katherina (Oetker) Poeschel|
I mistakenly created a duplicate memorial for Louisa Katherina (Oetker) Poeschel, 132708851. The first memorial for her is 75296099. I need to delete my memorial, but you've posted a photo to it. Will you please remove your photo from 132708851 and post it on 75296099, then I'll delete 132708851.
p.s.--you've posted several good old photos!
|James Odland||Eleanor (Uffmann) Ellsworth|
Thank you for your edit about linking Eleanor' parents to her memorial page.
Eleanor' plaque is on a wall that is next to the chapel in Oakwood Cemetery, Rochester, MN. She was cremated.
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo of the kitch headstone. I really appreciate the work you do for us "out of staters"!
Karen from CA
|Waunita M Herron||Sarah Beem Peden|
Thank you for the photo of Sarah's memorial. It is a wonderful public service you are doing. Especially for people that live to far away to ever come to the cemetery. I live in WA.
|Lesley Albin||RE: Ruth Miller|
You are very welcome.
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