|Marilyn R. Moore (#46865708)|
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Preserving as much family information from my parent's generation is important to me. I started my family tree about 10 years ago for my three children. My family lines are Elsner, Burger, Wichmer and Finkes. The computer information available is astonishing. The research seems to come full circle back to the living. I've made many new friends and meet new family members. Working on my family tree is a passion that has inspired me into creating these memorials for my ancestors in order to honor them.|
If I can help you or you have something to share or added please contact me.
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|Katie||RE: Franz Langer|
I apologize. I found the death certificate that states he is buried at Sts. Peter & Paul. However, he is not included in their cemetery records. I wonder if his family ultimately decided to bury him elsewhere.
Added by Katie on Sep 07, 2014 8:05 PM
|judy ankenbauer||Adam Ankenbauer|
Hi Marilyn. I too am related to Adam Ankenbauer. Would you care to swap information? Judy Ankenbauer, Dedham, Iowa.
|Rick Allen||RE: Martha Jane Hall Boston|
Martha Jane was the daughter of Claiborne Hall and Elizabeth Herod of Smith Co. TN. I am publishing two books on their ancestry and descendants - have completed Vol. I. The 2nd volume will have a chapter on Martha Jane and her family. I do not show Claiborne and Elizabeth with a daughter who married Hiram Wood. They did have an older daughter born 1810 for whom I have never found a marriage and there is a tradition in my family about a man named John Wood whom I've never been able to identify. I would be interested in knowing more about how you link Fannie Hall Wood with Martha Jane. Thanks. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Diana Staresinic-Deane||RE: Anknebauer & Wichmer Tombstones|
There were a couple of stones that were unreadable, but I just don't think they're there. The oldest part of St. Joseph's Cemetery has many open spaces where you can tell someone is buried but the marker is gone. It's possible they had markers at one time, but they just didn't survive.
|Brent Richardson||RE: Janell Knight|
I will be happy to transfer. I will try tommorow.
Sheldon, North Dakota
Absolutely. Already done.
Added by Momstore on Mar 17, 2010 10:32 PM
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