|John & Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste (#47004275)|
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As long as we remember our ancestors in our hearts, they are always with us.....|
Even though they are in a different place, they are still a part of our lives, let us not forget the ones who have gone before us.
Surnames: Eltiste, Kaiser, Fink, Rohrs, Bohling, Torbeck, Hoy, Hermenet, Boise and Shively, Kissinger, Loucks, Hoover and many more.
If anyone has any questions about memorials we have created, or wants to send us Additions/Correction/Deletions or would like a transfer. PLEASE, Just send us a note using the "EDIT" Tab, and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Thank You and
John & Kathy
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|Jean B||Bacon transfers|
Thank you for transfering the Bacons to me, I'll take good care of them.
Added by Jean B on Dec 14, 2013 7:15 PM
|Memory Catchers||RE: Ruth E. Hoy|
Happy Thanksgiving Kathy!
I know you didn't expect the transfer but I'd much rather have a family member have the memorial. I know that it means more to the family. I hope that you had a blessed day.
|Chuck||RE: Amanda & Reuben Rickert|
You are very welcome.
Happy Thanksgiving to you as well.
Added by Chuck on Nov 25, 2013 11:26 AM
|Walter H Freeman||We are related!!|
Hello John and Kathy Hoy.
I see you added Bonnie Hoy on hear. I'm related to her! Bonnie and my grandma are first cousin.
How are you related to her?? Talk to you soon.
|kjvaughn||RE: Lucy Hoy|
You are correct, it should read son-in-law. The typo is entirely my fault, I shouldn't type before the coffee kicks in!
Added by kjvaughn on Nov 18, 2013 4:23 PM
|kjvaughn||RE: Steele City Cemetery, Jefferson Co., NE|
I'm afraid I could only find a brief death notice for Lucy Hoy. Most of the issues of the Steele City newspaper were missing during the year she died, as were the issues for the Diller newspaper.
This is what was printed in the Jefferson County Journal, Saturday, February 24, 1894, in the Steele City section:
Mrs. Lucy Hoy, aged some 83 years died at the home of her sister-in-law, H.H. Kline, 4 miles southeast of this place Tuesday morning last, the 13 inst., and was buried the following day in Steele City Cemetery.
If I have time I will try and check the other Fairbury paper that was in print at that time. You may want to check for newspapers for Washington County Kansas, as it sounds as if she lived near the KS border.
Added by kjvaughn on Nov 18, 2013 4:58 AM
|Robert Longbottom # 46521199||RE: Sylvester & Curtis Henry Shively|
I am working on the descendants of George Shively and Elizabeth Snider - both buried at Stony Point and I acquired the other Shiveleys and was trying to see if they fit into their descendants. Per chance do you have anything on George and Elizabneth?
|Chuck||RE: George Washington Hoy|
You are very welcome. I'm glad that i was able to help find this member of your family, and to help connect him with his family.
Added by Chuck on Nov 12, 2013 10:23 AM
|Marvin & Samme Templin||RE: Susan (Hoy) Stitzer|
My understanding is that the new SAC system is for the large volume. I try to check the new request often and go ahead and make the changes.
|RobMinteer57||Charlotte Klein's birth year|
The 1920 census is the only one that can--theoretically, at least--pinpoint a birth year, as it was supposed to list the age as of January 1. I have found it to be over 90% accurate, for those whose birthdates were known from other sources. And then, if there is a difference in ages shown, compared to other censuses, a range of birth months can be calculated, although I've never done much of that.
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