|Betty Miller (#46830734)|
| || member for 7 years, 8 months, 25 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
|Messages left for Betty Miller (18)||[Leave Message]|
Are you related to any of these? I see that you left flowers for William and Beatrice (Scharpenter) Cullenbine, and Beatrice's mother's maiden name was Allard (from Kewanee, IL). My husband is related to the Allards, and was born and raised in Kewanee. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mary Scott||RE: Audrea Gene|
Ok, here is what I have....Hope it helps
David Franklin Boucher b. 3/17/1855 Arlington Ill
d. 4/9/1926 Manhattan Ks.
Married: Ester Annette Simpkins (date of marriage unknown)
Ester Annette Simpkins b. 1/12/1861 Prinston, Ill.
d. 5/?/1928 Manhattan, Ks
Daughter: Mattie Elizabeth Boucher
b. 12/?/? Mitchell Co S.D
d. 10/?/1931 Manhattan, Ks
Mattie had a relationship with: Kenneth W. Kimble
Daughter of that union: Audrea Jean Boucher b. 2/21/1910 Manhattan, Ks
Audrea married: James Norwood Tobias 7/1/1927
James Norwood Tobias b. 7/27/1903 Manhattan, Ks
d. 6/13/1965 Manhattan, Ks. Sunset Cemetery
Notes on "Kimble":
Sam Kimble b. 6/19/1854 d. 5/7/1924
survived by sons:
1. Lyle of Dallas, Tx
2. Robert, a Captain in USA at Ft Wadsworth
3. Kenneth W.
Wife? Cora L Kimble b. 4/20/1862 d. 8/23/1912
|Mary Scott||RE: Audrea Gene|
Audrea Jean Boucher's fathers name was Kenneth W. Kimble. Her mother name was Mattie Boucher. They were never married. Audrea Jean was born out of wedlock. The info I have on Kenneth Kimble is he was a Dr or Attorney, don't recall which of the 2. I'll have to go through my ancestry files to find the correct info. Audrea married James Norwood Tobias. Sorry I can't be much help at this time. Will go through my files and get back with you. Thank you for your patience.
|Steven Wright||Mike Terando|
It is funny you messaged me today. As I received notice I was walking Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Spring Valley.
Mike has been linked to his second wife. I believe the date of birth came from whoever filled out the request for a military headstone. If you have a subscription to ancestry.com it is available on there. Or it is possible that whoever supplied the information for the death gave the incorrect date of birth. Do you have a copy of the death certificate?
|MARIE BAYLES||JOHN TERANDO|
I see you posted the picture of the first wife of John Terando tombstone. Her name was Margaret Troglia 1882-1920.
Where is John Terando's second wife Lena Klos buried? I cannot find her on Find a Grave.
They were married in 1920 till his death in 1942.
Lena was the mother of Helen Terando mentioned on John's Find a Grave page.
Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
|Theresa ||Jane D. Hone|
Betty, Findagrave guidelines are that a relationship should exist if you request a transfer. What, if any, relationship do you have to Jane? I'd be more than happy to add any information you may have on her. My research shows she may have died in California but that is not a solid lead yet. I'll be glad to transfer if you are more related than myself.
Added by Theresa on Aug 05, 2013 10:52 PM
|Julie Nicholson-Turbide||RE: Sarah Boucher Lyons|
Thanks for trying to help me understand! I'm confused though ... why at the ending paragraph for the Boucher's does it say ...
Children (Of Henry and Mary Shoemaker): and says 'Sarah (of previous mention)
The only Sarah that was previously mentioned was Sarah that married Jonathan Lyons.
Thanks for your help!
|Julie Doty||Adrienne Testa|
Hi Betty, I have linked Adrienne to her parents for you. If you are family and would like a transfer, don't hesitate to ask. If not, that is ok too. Sincerely, Julie
You were kind enough to send me the numbers for parents of Elliot Danhausen....but those numbers do not match as possible parents.
Have a wonderful day!
|One Foot In The Grave||Pearl Meadows Pierce|
I found Lulu Pearl's father George (Silent Home Cemetery, Warren IL) and
linked them but haven't ben able to find her mother. If you know where
she's buried and whether there's a memorial please let us know.
One Foot In The Grave
|[View all messages...]|