|Dale Wheelock (#46833223)|
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Hi Dale, Could you pls take PIX of the two markers (Hollister Cemetery) which lie within the bounds of your farm? If you don't have a digital camera to that end - I do and could come out sometime to do so... pls advise.
Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 11 years, 1 month, 16 days.
|Deborah Chateauvert||Lola I Churchill|
I was hoping you could fix an error on Lola Churchill Id# 82276495. You have her year of birth as 1919, which is not correct as the headstone shows 1916 . I found her obituary in the Janesville Daily Gazette on 5 April 1920, and it gives her full name as Lola Irene Churchill and she was four years old.
|Kathie L. Webb Blair||By the way....|
As if I haven't blabbed enough, I noticed that you are researching Bakers also. My great grandfather was William Thomas Baker from Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. His Find A Grave#64213083. Something to check out, if you are interested or have any connections in that neck of the woods.
With All Sincerity,
Kathie L.Webb Blair
|Kathie L. Webb Blair||Henrietta Zimmerman Schoff|
I just checked when I left flowers for her & also checked my family tree. I think I left flowers for her because she had none and I was checking that cemetery that evening for family members. I do have some Zimmermans going way back, but I didn't find her among them. I just felt badly that she didn't have any flowers & I tend to kind of "wander off" sometimes, leaving different tokens for children, veterans & those who have been gone a long time without any angels or flowers. My Zimmermans came from Germany, & one of them was Anna Margaretha Zimmerman, b.1765, who married George Peter Burckhardt, (also from Germany) in Maryland. She was my 4X great grandmother, passing in 1840. Every so often I attempt to find the only Zimmermans I know about (who were b. in the late 1700's & were closely related to her). I was probably on such a hunt the night I came upon Mrs. Schoff, who, although I could find no relation to her, I felt should have at least one flower on her memorial. There was a lady named Trish Hollaway who used to leave flowers for everyone who didn't have one; she passed last yr. but I thought that was a nice gesture, so I try to leave at least 10 flowers a night before "calling it a nite" because I'll want someone to leave flowers for me when my time comes and sometimes it's so sad to see babies, veterans & elderly people without anything at all. I know from experience that it's hard when I've got alot of people to enter to remember to do everything, but I try to because it's embarrassing to see strangers have left flowers for my relatives' birthdays that have passed by & I didn't. But I'm not perfect, far from it, so just take it a day at a time, and have had health problems lately that have kept me off the computer so am pretty far behind right now. So Happy Graving & Take Care. Who knows? We may well be distantly related.......
With All Sincerity, Kathie L.Webb Blair, Portland, Oregon
|Karen Hill||RE: Mildred Wheelock|
You are more than welcome! I am happy to "reunite" families by passing memorials on to family members no matter how far removed they may be from the subject of the memorial.
|David Richardson||Wheelock ancestors|
I too am a descendent of Wheelock and I am wondering if you happen to know where the following Wheelocks are buried:
Joanthan Wheelock 1727 - 1798 (buried in Morgan Cemetery in South Woodstock, VT
his son Joseph Drury Wheelock 1770-1858 died in Plymouth, VY burial unknown
his son Luke Wheelock 1807-1873 died in San Fran, CA (any idea why he went west?)
his son Benjamin "Benage" Wheelock 1830 - 1891 died in Sonora, CA
Benjamin was briefly married to Elvina Guesnier in Green Bay, WI. They are my g-g-g-grandparents.
|Daniel Heinritz||RE: Ruth Jones|
You are welcome. Glad I could help out.
|Gramma Kathy||Van Dyke at Eastlawn|
Posted pictures for Deane Van Dyke.
Also found and created memorials/posted pictures for Alberta Gay Van Dyke 1925-1007
Baby Van Dyke no dates
Albert Charles Van Dyke
If you would like these transferred to you, just let me know.
|Ronald Steward||RE: William Wheelock|
Dale, just wanted to let you know some of the things that I found out about William Wheelock.
Death certificate #006146.
His obituary said that he was a retired farmer, but he never was. He delivered coal for a living.
His mother, Olive married William Colloton after his father died.(at least I think he died)
William chewed snuff.
William went with Lucy's daughter, Sylvia, before he married Lucy. William and Lucy were married twice. The first time July 22, 1941. They then married for the 2nd time Jan. 15, 1949.
As far as I can find out, William had two brothers, Earl and Roy Wheelock, and one sister, Ruth. He may have had more but these are the only ones that I could find.
|Ronald Steward||RE: William Wheelock|
Dale, I think that I have his obit. Give me a couple of weeks and I will see what else that I can find. Ron
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