|Patty Sturdivant (#46892283)|
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I am a retired legal secretary, 65 years of age, and I live in Wichita, Kansas. My passion for genealogy began around 1990 and since then I have spent many happy hours in the dusty past doing research and sharing family histories for both my husband and myself.|
I was born October 10, 1943, the oldest daughter of John and Florence (Grauel) Andes. I grew up in the rural community of Lecompton Kansas, and married Henry Eugene Sturdivant at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Big Springs, Kansas December 29, 1962.
My grandfather was a great storyteller and I heard many stories of early family history at his knee. It wasn't until years later I made the connection to these stories and realized I spent my entire childhood living near places my early ancestors settled shortly after arriving in the United States. Many are resting in the little cemetery outside the church that I regularly attended and married my future husband.
My ancestry runs mainly through Klaus, Sulzen, Giersch, Lux, Grauel and Andes Families. My husband's history stems from Loving, ,Stevens, Davis, Strain, Gibbs, Wootten and Sturdivant.
I have visited cemeteries where many from these families are resting and have information and photos on many to share. Currently my photos are too large to be posted on Find A Grave, but I am working on scaling them down and hope to have them posted soon.
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|Brent Boyd||RE: Giersch Family|
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Brent Boyd||RE: Giersch Family|
That's the one. I believe she is my grandmother. My mom was adopted in 1947 and I have adoption papers with Jean on them. I am trying to get info. Look toward to hearing from you. Regards Brent's
|Brent Boyd||Giersch Family|
Hello I am researching my mothers biological parents and believe Marjorie Jean Giersch is her real mother do you have any info or know someone who could help me with this. Thanks, Brent
|Lloyd Williams||Franklin Cemetery|
Hi Patty--My name is Lloyd Williams, I was reading your Information on your Gr. Grandfather's memorial in the Franklin Cem. We had to go to Kansas, City last week to pickup our grand daughter for a visit. We stopped at the old Franklin Cem. to try and find a stone for my Gr. uncle Williams. The Cem. is beside a paved 4 lane road [E.Hills Dr.] that goes into an Industrial park. There was no where to park but on this 4 lane road with our flashers on. we walked up a steep bank to get to the Cemetery. The weeds, and grass was about Knee deep all over, so that ended our search for a stone. Just thought you would like to know its still the same as discribed in your Information. Have a great day. Lloyd
|Denise Grau||Re: Raymond G. Ingenthron|
Thanks for the additional information for the Raymond Ingenthron memorial. I've made the links.
|Carol Pagitt Hammack||RE: Hobert Lee Lovin Memorial 751224722|
Done! Thanks for the additional info.
|Oz||RE: Michael Andes FAG No. 18518549|
Beautiful memorial for Michael. I thank you for leaving my name there and that I could be a helping hand to help you help others. The future generations will thank you for all your work...
you are welcome, it was my pleasure.
Added by Oz on Sep 07, 2010 3:49 AM
|Geoff Boltz||William Grauel gravestone photos|
I just uploaded photos of the grave of William Grauel from what remains of St John's Catholic cemetery. Perhaps you know this already, but the stone is visible from K-10 Highway east of Lawrence. I discovered this stone and 10-15 others about 3 years ago while doing a topography survey in the area west of East Hills Business Park.
|Oz||RE: Flora Lux, Memorial No. 18519166|
you are most welcome
if there is anything else i can do, just let me know
Added by Oz on Sep 20, 2009 6:13 AM
|Judy Mayfield||RE: Mary Klaus|
Sorry for the delay in responding. I have no relationship to the Klaus family.
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