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Rich (#46947058)
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Bio Photo Kudos to findagrave.com.

My bio is not about me, it's about findagrave.com and the family's that I've been touched by after each visit to findagrave. If you would look closely each memorial tells a story of love, marriage, births, wars, jobs, hobbies, and death. I.E. of life.

I've been doing genealogy research for some time now, and I find that findagrave has a wonderful group of staff and its members. Combined they have created a superior free resource for individuals researching their own family history, of which, I'm sure, has exceeded all of findagraves' original design expectation. This site is designed so well that it will get a lot of use and I can see a great future for findagrave.
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Linda
RE: Max McCrea Find A Grave Memorial# 59594005
Rich,
We are in the process of registering relatives in the WWII Memorial http://www.wwiimemorial.com/ and did not find Max there. Check Emma Pratt Find A Grave Memorial #127406550 to see a certificate.

I have photos of the 1935 McCrea reunion that have Max and Norman as children.
Linda
Added by Linda on Apr 25, 2015 3:25 PM
Linda
Max McCrea Find A Grave Memorial# 59594005
Rich,
I agree with your assessment of the value of Find A Grave and appreciate all you as a volunteer do for families. I really enjoyed seeing the Max McCrea memorial. Since photos and newspaper article are not attributed to someone else, I wonder if you are a family member? I am and have added photos to the Robert and Millberry McCrea memorials. I am related through Mamie McCrea Cooley.
Linda (#48093613)
Added by Linda on Apr 17, 2015 4:24 PM
Kathy Grover
RE: Gerd Muller
Of course! Familysearch.org has a lot of German baptismal records transcribed in English, which go back further than what we normally get on Ancestry. But there's nothing like digging through microfilms of original church records.
Added by Kathy Grover on Oct 30, 2014 8:20 PM
Kathy Grover
RE: Gerd Muller
I wouldn't really call it evidence, just a suggestion. I'm on Ancestry.com about every day and there are family trees that show that connection, but they don't have any documentation. So I would call this a "working hypothesis." Once every two years or so I travel to Salt Lake City to look at the LDS microfilms to try to document stuff in my tree. But I haven't tried to do original research on the Mullers yet and I have no documentation that the Johann Muller/Trin Rosenbrock thing is true at this point, I haven't gone over any microfilms for that part of Germany. It's only a lead. It's one that a lot of people believe, but it's hearsay and I don't have hard documentation. Maybe next August when I go to SLC I will focus on microfilms from that area.
Added by Kathy Grover on Oct 30, 2014 8:05 PM
Kathy Grover
RE: Gerd Muller
I have all of those Gerd Mullers in my tree. The one born in 1788 is my great grand uncle. His son, the Gerd Muler born in 1824 is my 1st cousin 4X removed. I believe, based on other people's trees, that the father of the 1788 Gerd Muller is Johann Muller, married to Trine Rosenbrock. If this is true, I am directly descended from Johann Muller and Trine. I would be descended through Catharina Muller, the sister of the Gerd Muller born in 1788.
Added by Kathy Grover on Oct 29, 2014 1:57 PM
Kathy Grover
Gerd Muller
Gerd is my 3rd great grand uncle. This is amazing to see his headstone. Are you related?
Added by Kathy Grover on Oct 28, 2014 9:45 PM
Ruth Dameron
Mack Daniels
Thank you for your research and addition of Mack Daniels. His name was James McPherson Daniels, son of Harriet Morse Daniels and John C. Daniels, grandson of Nathan Daniels. He was born July 10,1867 in Shawnee, Allen, Ohio. His father is buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery, his mother in Red Bud Community Center and his grandfather in Star Valley Cemetery. I do appreciate the work you have done. He was one of mine!
Ruth Wright Dameron
Added by Ruth Dameron on Jun 21, 2014 4:03 PM
VyAZ Whitaker
Wimer-Harris Family
Hi Rich... 1st, I agree with you 100% about this web site... I've watched I grow and add features that are amazingly helpful.
Also, I see you put the mem up for Catherine Wimer-Harris # 51157893... Are you related?? Her parents, Isaac & Mary Bridget (*nee unknown) were my 4th grt gradparents. If you are related can you answer a couple of questions?
1) Was Mary Bridget's *maiden nm "White" ??
2) Do you know where Catherine's brother John is buried?? I know he married Mary Ann Lighte in 1861 and died 07 Nov 1910 in Columbus, OH.
3) Do you know Phil White of NM?

Or if you know anyone who can help, I'd greatly appreciate any info.
Brgds,
Vy in AZ
Added by VyAZ Whitaker on Apr 03, 2014 12:30 PM
Michael Reiter
RE: Wilbur Reiter picture
Rich,

That is interesting. I recognize all of those names, one was a HS classmate, a couple are somewhat related to my family and others are just names I know. If you don't mind sharing, what is your wife's maiden name? One of the family names you mentioned as McFeeters, I knew as McPheeters.

Let me know if I can be of any help in your research.

Thanks,
Mike
Added by Michael Reiter on Apr 02, 2014 3:45 PM
Michael Reiter
RE: Wilbur Reiter picture
Rich,

Thanks for your reply. Since you don't have a connection to Dad do you have a connection to KHS and/or Kingman? Just curious and you don't have to delete the photo.

Mike
Added by Michael Reiter on Apr 02, 2014 9:49 AM
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