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Genealogy is one of my hobbies. Most all of my memorials are for people in my family tree and as such I will not transfer these memorials. Also I am creating memorials for immigrants from the Hummling area of Germany. These I will transfer if you are a direct descendant. Some of the names in my tree are: Eckert, Bowen, Crowell, Perkins, Hill, Stein, Schaufele, Voskuhl, Voss and Bueter. Names in my husband's tree are Faehr and Wilshire.|
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|Debbie J||RE: James Messer|
Grave 1 Reserved Barbara Messer, Grave 2 Adam Michael Gifford (grandson), Grave 3 James. Earl and Amanda Messer are not at Highland.
Added by Debbie J on May 11, 2015 11:09 AM
You're very welcome, Linda. They're buried in a pretty big plot with a lot of other folks; here's a plot listing from Campbell County GenWeb:
Section 5 Lot 48; owners Rohrhuber-Lacher and Wilhelm:
1. John Weber
2. Adam Weber
3. Katie Weber-5 May 1868
4. Elizabeth Williams-17 Apr 1900
5. Geo Weber-19 Oct 1904
6. Geo Weber-16 Feb 1913
7. Chas A Maybury-11 Dec 1914
8. Harry J Williams-1 Dec 1917
9. Marvin Rinck-21 Oct 1918
10. Violet Mayberry-1920
11. Ida May Rinck-13 Dec 1933
12. Louis C Rinck-16 Oct 1952
13. George Rinck-9 Nov 1961
Any of interest to you?
Added by Rob on Oct 31, 2014 5:15 PM
|Drew Simpson||RE: John Newby|
I'm Andy Simpson and my Mom's side of the family the Fosters and Goins were in Madison Co. as late as 1940's and they lived near the folks you mentioned.
Did you find my tree on ancestry?
|Drew Simpson||RE: John Newby|
I have pictures of John Newby's siblings also which I can add. John's sister Nancy married James Holman my 3rd Great Grand uncle. James Holman's sister Winfred Holman is my 3rd Great Grandmother. Winfred married Green Berry Harvey and I think they died in Missouri but cant prove it.
Are you on ancestry.com?
|Todd Whitesides||RE: William Middendorf|
I forgot to get back to you about the Deutscher Pionier Verein. Sorry about that. I have several of Dr. Don Heinrich Tolzmann's books which discuss that organization in some detail, as well as having copied the file on the group available at the Kenton County Public Library in Covington. If you can read some German though, your best bet is to use Google Books online. They have multiple books available that were published by the Pionier Verein and contain a lot of detail on its members. Again, sorry to have taken so long in getting back to you.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Pictures|
They're available through their web site. I was told as long as I credit them as the source it was fine with the History & Genealogy Department. If you haven't been since their recent remodeling you should plan a trip. Their resources are great, but then again so is the amount you can retrieve through their web site. They are in the process of scanning many more photos from their collection so keep checking back.
Linda - I looked more closely at the photo of Peter Thinnes' stone and could just barely make out Josephina listed below him. Laura
Added by Laura on Jul 30, 2013 4:24 PM
|Debbie J||RE: Bowen's in Linden Grove|
The road in is marked Range A and so on. On the right is Range E. Walk straight back and they are to the left of Frances Houllion almost to the end of the range.
Added by Debbie J on Mar 16, 2012 7:14 AM
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