|Dennis Hellebusch (#46901260)|
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|Yosemite||Clinton Theodor Buescher|
On the grave listing for the above gentleman, you have his father as "Samuel Friedrich Buescher"...you have the right man, but I think you have the name wrong. He went by Sam in the United States, but was born as Friedrich Samuel Buescher.
Might want to check out further and correct if I am correct.
Added by Yosemite on Aug 11, 2016 6:54 AM
|Ken T||William A Bierbaum middle name|
Added by Ken T on Jul 23, 2016 1:45 PM
Dennis, this is another request I made and you tried to fulfill. Thanks for your efforts!!
Dennis, you searched the entire cemetery for this tombstone and couldn't find it. Thank you so much for your time and effort. She is a member of my son-in-laws family and I'm going to question him further.
|Regina Wegener||Carolina Joseph "Charles" Wynne|
I am intrigued. I am researching my great grandmother's brother Charles Wynne and I find your memorial for Carolina Joseph "Charles" Wynne in St Francis Borgia cemetery as well as a memorial for Charles Wynne, same DOB and DOD. There must be a story here! Where did Carolina Joseph come from? What does it mean? Is it a nickname? I am curious to find out. thanks, Regina
|Mary S||Possibly Annie F. Kremer?|
There is a death certificate on the Missouri Secretary of State website with an Annie F. Kremer whose death date is the same. Her birth month and day are the same, but the year is 1860. She was listed as single. Her father is listed as Joseph Kremer (note discrepancy in years of his birth and Annie's), born in Paris, France, and her mother as Mary Wogenrecht, born in Germany.
Added by Mary S on May 28, 2016 7:08 PM
|Sarah Capps||Cecil Sutton|
I was wondering if you had any more information about Cecil Sutton that you have a memorial for.
I've been researching a woman named Augusta Sutton who was from the Springfield MO area, born in 1908. She was the common law wife of Charley Houser (my grandma's first cousin). After Charley was killed in the line of duty (1932), I've lost track of Augusta which some census records list her as Augusta Houser. I found an Augusta Sutton that had as a spouse, CECIL SUTTON. (I don't have any info for her parents). My grandmother thought that Charley & Augusta may have had 1 or 2 kids...
It's all a mystery
|CHRISTINE BRANSON||RE: Ricky Branson|
Dennis, thank you so much! You did a wonderful job establishing Rick's page. Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate you very much!
|Cheryl||RE: 37838036--G. Mutert|
Thanks Dennis, it's my cousin's paternal grandfather, was working on their branch.
Added by Cheryl on May 12, 2016 2:14 PM
Dennis, Could you please add this to his bio for me? Thank you Cheryl(#48411269)
The Marthasville Record Friday Apr. 22, 1966
Gilbert F. Mutert
Gilbert Frederick Mutert, son of John and Anna Mutert, nee Nistendirk, was born August 21,1905 in Marthasville, Missouri and died April 15, 1966 at St. Francis hospital, Washington Mo. at the age of 60 years, seven months and 25 days.
He was baptized October 8. 1905 by Rev. J.W. Frankenfeld and confirmed at St. Paulís Church March 28, 1920 by Rev. Frederick Piepenbrok.
On April 25, 1936 he was married to Mary Schmidt. They had five sons; Troy, Leroy, John, Roland and Edward.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his wife, five sons, seven grandchildren, two daughters-in-law, one brother, Vic Mutert, a half brother, Eli Mutert, step-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Suhre, a step-sister, Mrs. LeRoy Brakemeyer, two sisters-in-law, an aunt, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Sunday, April 17, at 2 p.m. at the St. Paulís United Church of Christ by the pastor, Rev. Don Sabbert. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schneider were the vocalists with Mrs. Emmet Kock as accompanist. The pall bearers were: Warner Morhaus, Walter Mittler, Harold Buescher, Jim Manning, Wilbert Berg and James Moore.
Burial was in St. Paulís cemetery, Lichtenberg Funeral Home directors.
Added by Cheryl on May 11, 2016 12:54 PM
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