|Tim Miller||Susan Albertsen|
Please send me a person message at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
I left their names in the subject line of my last two messages, sorry.
John Henry Schultze and Louisa Baker Schultze.
|Brenda Christophersen||John Henry Schultze|
I am sorry I did not ask in the previous post. Would you also transfer my great grandfather over to me as well, please?
Thank you do much,
|Brenda Christophersen||Louisa Baker Schultze|
I was wondering if you could also transfer my great grandmother over to me.
|Brenda Christophersen||RE: Schultze|
That was FAST!!! Thank you for looking into it = )
|Nancy Murdock||John & Gertrude (Charity) Locke|
I have basically the same question that Sue had--did you find a stone and did it say "Slott" or "Locke?" John and Charity are my great-great grandparents; their son Alexander was my great-grandfather. I'm willing to share any information that might be useful to you. Alexander and his wife Jane Brady are buried in WI at Old Sumner Cemetery and are listed on FInd-a-Grave.
|Sue Mueller||John & Charity Locke|
When you took cemetery picture, did you find a stone? My records indicate that the surname on the stone may be SLOTT. In a separate e-mail with the Find A Grave information I have some additional information for you. These are my fourth great grandparents. Any other information you might have would be greatly appreciated.
|Rosetta||Albertsen, Pflagg, Schneider|
If you are the Marty who wrote to me about Pflagg Albersen, I would love to reconnect. We are distant, distant cousins going back to Louise Schneider Schultz who immigrated from Pfaltz Bayern, Rhineland Bavaria 1 Dec 1850 with her mother and first husband and sons. Let me hear from you.
Added by Rosetta on Sep 22, 2009 8:38 AM