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Ann Hausler Harrington (#46954347)
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Betty Jane (Taszreak) Davies
Sylvester Hemans
Ann - The spelling on the headstone in the Pulaski Village Cemetery is HEMENS. I just wanted to call that to your attention as the memorials that were created spell the last name HEMANS. There are several HEMENS that are buried in the Daysville Cemetery which is about 5 miles from the village of Pulaski. I thought that I'd make you aware of that since your are creating a book for your children. If there is anything else that I can help you with let me know. Betty Jane
Added by Betty Jane (Taszreak) Dav... on Apr 09, 2013 4:09 PM
Ross Morton
RE: lucy josephine wagner morton
Lucy and Willard Morton are my parents. They had 3 children, all currently living which is why there is no linkages. I would be most interested in sharing information-especially since I have never been able to figure out the Jakubec / Zaruba connection as my mother always showed it as Jakubec, her grandparents lived next door to Jakubecs, she corresponded with Jakubecs but Catherine's marriage license lists her father as John Zarub and Baltimore immigration lists her as Catherine Zaruba arriving from Bohemia via Bremen Germany with her parents. I have letters from Catherine's husband (Josef Zeithammel-my mother's grandfather) also only indicating that her maiden name was Jakubec. I guess it is either a translation issue or that her father died early and her mother remarried a Jakubec and that is the family my mother grew up with. Catherine died in childbirth of her second child (unnamed boy) and her husband Joseph Zeithammel remarried to Catherine's friend Josephine Benish-Charipar (another case where my mother always said Charipar, my mother's friends were named Charipar's, but certain documents list her maiden name as Benish-possibly she had an earlier marriage or something). My email address is if you wish to share additional information.
Added by Ross Morton on Dec 23, 2012 7:11 AM
Jan Niedermann
RE: Beckman Query.
Emil Henry Beckman was my great great grandfather. I have done research on his family, but have no information on him before he came to Iowa, or his parents and siblings. I would love to share with you what I have found. Emil and Catharine were quite interesting people. Emil wrote a history of Grundy County that was published and of which I have the original draft. He was a prominent citizen of Grundy Center and very influential. I am so excited to know he had a sister in Iowa. The picture of Emil I posted is the only one I have of him but I have several of Catharine and some of his children.
My grandfather was Burr Beckman Butler, whose mother was Emil Henry's daughter, Augusta Eliza Beckman Butler. My mother was Betty Jane Butler Scarborough. My mother's youngest sister, Colleen Nan Butler DaBillo is the only living child of Burr's, and she remembers Augusta well. My older brothers and sisters remember Augusta well as she lived with my family before her death. She died in 1951, the year before I was born.
I have the Scarborough Family Tree on that documents most of what I have found about the Beckman family. I can give you access to that tree if you would like.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Jan Niedermann
Dunkerton, Iowa
Added by Jan Niedermann on May 15, 2012 1:13 PM
Deborah Hucks-Franklin
Dawn vanDeurs
Dear Ms. Harrington,
My husband and I were at the Beahms cemetery today. Since there was no one there to help us to locate the grave that you requested a photo of, we were unable to find it. Is is a rather large cemetery and we will have to have help. I made some phone calls and the man who can help us is out of town for a few weeks. I will call him in a few weeks and get more information on your relative and find out exactly where she is buried. We live about 70 miles from the cemetery, but we go that way about every three months or so. It is a beautiful cemetery that is in a very beautiful area of the Shenandoah Valley with mountains all around. We will do the very best we can with trying to locate it and once we do and have photos, I will send them to you. Have a pleasant day, Deborah Franklin
Added by Deborah Hucks-Franklin on Mar 09, 2012 9:26 PM
I got the picture you requested for Floyd Harrington in L.I.N.C. He's buried with his wife Frieda Amelia. I've also added pictures to her existing memorial.
Have a good one...
Added by GLENN on Jan 11, 2012 6:38 PM

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