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James Redus (#46841524)
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I became interested in family history when I attempted to document my grandmother's travel to this country from Germany. I was never able to find that information but have found a lot of my family's history in the process. If any information I have entered is incorrect, please contact me and I will correct it.

I am currently working on family histories for the Redus, Radicke, and Blackerby families.
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 • 159 Memorials Added
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Joyce M.
RE: Photo
You're very welcome.
Added by Joyce M. on Oct 18, 2013 8:58 PM
Joyce M.
RE: Photo
You're welcome. I've taken several of her husband, but haven't been able to get one that is readable. I will try one more time for a better one before posting.
Added by Joyce M. on Oct 16, 2013 7:34 AM
Thomas Whitehead
Redus Family in Shannon Cemetery, Lee County, MS
Look at the Redus Family buried in the Shannon Cemetery, Shannon, Lee County, Mississippi. Pictures of the tombstones have been added.

Thomas Whitehead
Added by Thomas Whitehead on Jul 15, 2013 8:38 PM
Maria Russell
Grounds in Evergreen Cem. Medina Co. Devine, Texas
Hi James again, I have added other memorials and photos of the Grounds in Evergreen Cem. I have Redus in La Salle Co. Texas, just letting you know.
Maria
Added by Maria Russell on Feb 11, 2012 8:47 PM
Maria Russell
Evergreen Cem. Devine, texas
James do you have any other h/s photos you need? I will go this coming weekend, weather permitting. My daughter lives in Devine.
Maria
Added by Maria Russell on Nov 08, 2011 11:38 PM
Maria Russell
RE: Redus in Black Creek Cemetery in Frio instead of Medina
Hi James, I find it funny, you had left a message for the person that entered your ancestors in Frio Co. instead Medina. I had left a message for Sara, who had left flowers for one of the Redus. I found it wierd that a person goes to take photos at a cemetery and entered in the wrong county. I happen to find the error when I was going to take as most photos I could to post on Findagrave. I am only tackling the small old cemeteries. I have added other cemeteries and since they are small I am also mapping and entering plot numbers. I do not know if anyone in the county has that information or not. Maybe funeral homes do that, I do not know. I figure it will not hurt any.
You have a nice week and good luck in your searching.
Maria
Added by Maria Russell on Nov 08, 2011 11:35 PM
Kenneth J. Baker
Mark M Miller
the only information I have is Birth, 1890
death 1915 buried in section T.

You could contact Sexton, John Ash. You can call the office phone and leave a message, and John will call you back.
Telephone:

Office: 269-273-2821 (you can leave a message)
Cell: 269-506-3960
Added by Kenneth J. Baker on Aug 26, 2011 5:13 AM
william fielder
fielder
Hi James,
I was curious if you had any information on Claude Leroy Fielders's family. Father, Mother, etc.
Thanks,
Michele
Added by william fielder on Jul 19, 2011 7:45 AM
Tim Childree
Redus family in Mobile, AL
You are quite welcome for the Gardner transfers. If you know where any other Redus graves are located in Magnolia cemetery or any other Mobile county cemeteries let me know. I'll be happy to look for them and get pictures.
Added by Tim Childree on May 26, 2011 8:54 PM
Arlene Schroeder
Treybigs in Gillett
Hi, James, thanks for contacting me. Yes, those Treybigs would be part of my family. As far as has been determined, all Treybigs (and variant spellings) in America are descended from the same family which came from Germany to Texas in 1846. A pretty thorough documentation of them and their descendants has been done over the years. I'm trying to enter the data electronically and make it available on the Internet. It's a long, slow process! Thanks again--I'll check out the Gillett brance.
Added by Arlene Schroeder on May 22, 2011 8:42 AM
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