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Nancy Hurley (#47004918)
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Bio Photo I enjoy discovering the whos, whys, wheres and hows of my ancestors. Searching through cemeteries is a special ingredient of that quest. And they present a peaceful place to ponder family stories. Whenever time allows me, I will try to help those looking for photos as I travel to various resting places. I look forward to memorializing many.
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Bill Aurand
RE: John Valentine Weber
Hello Nancy: I don't have concrete information or sources for the information. I found Phillip Weber with Katherine Gerkein buried at Saint Peters Cemetery, Normandy, St Louis County, Missouri. My wife is a Weber and have been in contact with her older relatives and was given information that that Phillip was John Valentine's father and the mother was Katherine Gerken. I have a photograph of the Weber family and on the back of the picture it says,June 1881 Johann Weber Great, Great Grandma and Grandpa Weber. Hamilton's Art Gallery, Fort Wayne Indiana. Looking at the picture it is possible that the older person in the picture is Johann, and possibly Phillip Weber is in the picture as well. Nobody on our Weber family knows who is who in this photograph. I can send you a copy of the picture if you would like to see it. I have a lengthy genealogy file on the Cahalane family which I got from relatives in England.
You can reach me at rubberlegs@sbcglobal.net
Added by Bill Aurand on Jun 08, 2015 8:03 PM
Kevin Jordan
RE: Martin Kuhn, Connersville, IN
I forgot to add that I don't remember the son or daughter in law being there. My memory tells me his stone is by itself. A few years ago there were some vandals that destroyed lots and lots of stones so there are many graves without stones. I will try to check the next time I'm there.
Kevin
Added by Kevin Jordan on Nov 14, 2012 12:56 AM
Kevin Jordan
RE: Martin Kuhn, Connersville, IN
Start at the military circle with the flag pole and cannon on Grand Ave and call that Section 1 going from Grand to Western Ave. Martin Kuhn is in section 3 between Grand Ave and before the north/south drive in the middle. If you turn into the 3rd drive from Grand Ave. look for an older tall monument with a cross on top for Jacob Schmidt,Find A Grave Memorial# 96645380, that is next to the drive. Martin Kuhn should be close by.
Hope you can decipher this and it helps!
Kevin
Added by Kevin Jordan on Nov 12, 2012 3:16 PM
Joan Viney
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Thank you so much for posting the gravestone photograph for James Lunsford Sprinkle, Jr. in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida. Keep up the good work!
Added by Joan Viney on Jan 03, 2011 8:36 PM
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Maud Arsenault
Thank you so much for the photo.
Added by af on Jan 03, 2011 7:17 PM
GerbLady
FL National photo
Thanks! That was quick. All of you volunteers in this cemetery a very quick angels!
Added by GerbLady on Jan 03, 2011 6:23 PM
 

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