|Gloria Barnes (#46921412)|
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My love of genealogy began as a young teenager. It began with a book my great-grandmother had about her Drinkard family, which was written by her 1st cousin. It was so interesting I decided to learn more about my other ancestors and relatives. The journey has gone on over 40 years and I am still at it. |
Along the way, I accumulate many records for my family and also for people not related. I enjoy sharing them at Find A Grave. It is such a great website!
The photo was taken at an Adams Family Reunion in Wisconsin. Ancestors Henry Adams and Margaretha Misslich immigrated to America in 1848 and settled in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry was born in 1818 at Enzen, Zuelpich, Rhineland, Germany.
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|Ken ||Sarah Connelly|
Hi Gloria, this is an inquiry about your posting of
Death: Apr. 9, 1880
8m 16d; d/o S. & A. M. Connelly.
Saint Bernard Cemetery
Plot: Row 10
You indicated that her parents were S. and A. M. Connelly, could that be Samuel and Alice M (ne: Gogan) Connelly if this is their child then she would be have been born between Margaret Ann and John James Connelly. She would have been born July 24, 1879. Do you have any further information on her?
Added by Ken on May 09, 2013 2:38 PM
|Diana||RE: Mary King|
You're welcome Gloria! You could add a photo request for her again, in case the cemetery information is wrong? That happened once to me. I had submitted a photo where a man was supposed to be buried, and a year or so later, found him in another area. Just a thought.
Added by Diana on Apr 15, 2013 7:52 AM
|David Sharp||RE: Henseler|
I sure can I will add the photo later tonight or tomorrow. I also have a Bernardine E Menne along with Edward Gramlich & Leonora N Gramlich. They are in the same sec. & lot. Is this any help to you.
|Phillip||Peter H. Oberle|
Do you have any connection to the Dyke's Myrtle and Thomas?
Those are the others in the same plot.
Added by Phillip on Apr 02, 2013 8:49 PM
|Rick Weaver||RE: Hall Family|
Sorry, been really busy with work. Last Hall family member has photos now too.
|Sarah Oppelt||RE: Gove Family|
I'm happy I could help! :) I usually research individual families at one time, just in case name spellings are a little off in the census records. In the little bios, I tried to use the spellings of names that were used on the documents, just in case someone wants to look up that document. If I come across any other Goves in this area, I'll definitely pass them along to you - I'm just glad I came across a family member while linking :) Check out monroecountyhistory.org and type Gove into the last name search - there's so much information there - they even have a photo of Ransom Gove that you can order from them if interested :)
|Sarah Oppelt||RE: Gove|
Excellent! I'm just finishing up a few more links and then I'll send them your way. As soon as all of this snow melts, I'll be heading out to the cemetery to take some photos - I'll be sure that I search out the Goves while I'm out there :)
Hi Gloria, are you related to the Squier Gove family whose memorials you maintain? I am working on the Oak Grove Cemetery in Tomah, WI and came across some Goves there (no relation to me) - if this is family of yours, I'd be happy to pass them on to you. :)
|Lee Manning||RE: Roscoe Beachum|
Yes Medora is there, but there is one empty space between her and Roscoe. She is buried as Medora Powell French Kelly.
There is a memorial on find a grave for her including photos. Her memorial number is 6719515.
To easily find her, go to Begin new search and there is a blank space to enter her number and it will take you to it.
Thanks, Lee Manning
|Darrell G. Holmquist||RE: Schroeder graves|
I was very frustrated, Gloria. I search two rows at a time by going the length of a cemetery. If I've had no luck I weave back and forth perpendicular to my origianl fashion.
As I may have stated, there are some beautful markers that may well have been the Schroeder one, but they've been toppled.
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