|J.E. Newton (#46978396)|
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I am retired and live in California. I lost my dear husband several years ago and often travel around to visit other members of my family. I love genealogy and find it fascinating especially after days, sometimes months of research it brings me closer to an elusive family member. It brings me joy to find them regardless of how many times removed I am. It seems fitting that the final tribute to my bloodline should rest here and may help others find them and pay tribute to them. Often they had a hard life and fought and endured many harsh elements and now their story lives on within these hallowed borders of the World Wide Web.|
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|Shirley||RE: Dora Dietrich # 77615336|
Than you for your help
Added by Shirley on Sep 07, 2013 3:40 PM
|Emory Schnuriger||Mary Florence Parks memorial|
Hello, You sent me a message asking for a link from this child to her mother, but I believe that is her grandmother. The mother of the baby was Florence M. Henck Parks. She does not have a headstone next to the baby and Milton Parks, the father. I looked up the death certificate for Mary Florence Parks to verify the information.
Please link Mary (Henck) Parks
to her mother:
Agnes McHugh Henck memorial #: 105849686
|PVGS||Joseph Henry Seward|
I located Joseph Henry Seward's death certificate and burial records at Greenleaf Cemetery and added his memorial and linked him to his wife.
He is buried next to her in East 1/2 of Lot 3, Block 29, 1st Addition, Grave 1 & 2.
Added by PVGS on Jul 26, 2012 2:25 PM
|Connie Redden Hopper||Laura and Charles Dietrich|
Ms Newton, I was so shocked to see a picture of my beloved aunt and great-granfather as children on your site. I did not realize anyone was even aware of this close knit small group of peole left on earth. How in the world did you manage to keep this for so long? Somehow I wound up with an old picture of Sebastian Dietrich with his wife Caroline and a young man named Charles on the back of the picture. The old guy must be around 80 years old in the picture and is wearing a mason pin. I'm sure it's the original and seems to have been taken around 1900. Thanks Bobby Hopper Humble Texas 281-684-8414
Sorry it took me so long. I finally connected Olena Peavy to her parents and husband.
Need to have sect and plot numbers At Forest Park Lawndale in Houston
You may phone the cemetery at 713-928-5141
Or write: 6900 Lawndale Street, Houston, TX 77023
to get the sect. and plot numbers and add them to your request.
Thankyou for adding the links
Added by Shirley on Jan 10, 2011 9:43 PM
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