|Ann||RE: Transfer Request|
Yes, the transfers went through flawlessly. Many thank you's for doing so. I hope and pray that you and your family escape the high waters. Stay dry and thanks again!
Added by Ann on Jan 01, 2016 3:43 PM
I was wondering if you consider transferring Carl G. Harford (# 21178842) and Eleanor H. Harford (# 21178822). Carl was my uncle and Eleanor was my great grandmother. I would like to add more information and take responsibility for their memorials.
They are in Oak Hill Cemetery in Kirkwood, Missouri.
My ID is #48385050. Your cooperation would be very much appreciated.
Thanks so much,
Added by Ann on Dec 17, 2015 8:21 PM
|Michael||RE: Edna Lucille Keller Driver|
Hello J. K.,
I am sorry to say I do not manage this memorial and I do not have a headstone photo of Edna Lucille Keller Driver. If you do a photo request on her memorial another contributor will go out to the cemetery in take the photo for you.
Added by Michael on Feb 09, 2014 4:54 PM
|Cheryl||Edna Lucille Keller Driver|
Thanks for your work on this. I have not finally found my great uncle (her husband). Have lost track of your contact info.
Cheryl Driver Levine
Added by Cheryl on Feb 08, 2014 10:51 AM
|sister7a||RE: updates to elzy dunn|
The Dunn's are not direct ancestors. They are connected to my family tree though.
Added by sister7a on Jan 30, 2014 4:27 PM
|Theresa ||Sacred Heart Cemetery|
Could you please transfer C. Frank Duff to me, he was my uncle.
My ID3 is 47150485
Added by Theresa on Apr 16, 2012 5:39 PM
|Sheila Robbins||George Chouquette Yy 0819|
Forgot to ask--does he have any living relatives you know of. I'm interested in contacting--as I'm doing history of his mother's family (and including his father's).
Also, I believe he died in 1997--re Social Security Death Record and that of Jefferson Barracks.
|Sheila Robbins||George Chouquette|
Thanks, thanks, thanks for posting photo of George and Theresa. FYI--George's parents are buried at Calvary Cem. in St. Louis in the Krukenkamp family plot. His mother was Elizabeth Krukenkamp Chouquette and his father was Peter Chouquette (buried under the name Du Chouquette)--in case you want to do family links. Peter's father was Antone Chouquette.
His mother was my great-grandfather's half-sister.
Elizabeth Krukenkamp Chouquette's parents were Anton Krukenkamp, a German immigrant who served for the Union out of St. Louis from 1862 to 1865. He married Elizabeth (Eckert) Coffey in 1865 and they went to live in Germantown, Illinois, where Anton was a teacher.
Elizabeth (Eckert) was the daughter of George Eckert, a German immigrant, owner of the City Hotel in Belleville, Ill., and his wife, Elisabetha Germain or German, who also immigrated with George from Darmstadt, Hessen.
Did George and Theresa Chouquette have any children?
|Missouri Duv||Valley Park City Cemetery|
YOU are AWESOME!! Thanks for moving those from Sacred Heart to VP City...
I am Michelle, I am the one who sponsored Cheyenne Kaiser memorial you posted. I have since added several photo's of Dinky Doo.
Cheyenne's parents and I have known eachother for many years and I just wanted to say thank you for posting her memorial and remembering her.
She was loved by all who knew her and she was such a sweet little soul.
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