|June Anderson Sipos (#47037154)|
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Born in Bloomington, McLean County, Illinois moved to CA in 1955.|
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|charles klingel||RE: paul|
I have been finding thing on the Gillham's side of the family and have been working on the Lee's if I can link George Braxton to my Lee's one of George's son had a son Carter Braxton one of the d. independence signer
Anna M. Ehrmantraut, 89, Bloomington, passed away at 5 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 21, 2010) at Heartland Health Care, Normal.
She was born May 1, 1921 in McRedie, Mo. to Clarence Arthur and Lula Bell Paul. She married Charles J. Ehrmantraut on Sept. 17, 1943 in Bloomington. He passed away Jan. 8, 1975. She was also preceded in death by her parents, one infant sister and one grandson, Jonathan Dyer.
Surviving are three children, Michael A. (Sue) Ehrmantraut, Bloomington; Lynn A. (Roger) Lowe, Princeton and Dan M. (Julie Lawson) Ehrmantraut, Bloomington; six grandchildren, Angela Pontius, Jeffrey Ehrmantraut, Meghan Dyer, Jordan Dyer, Jacob Ehrmantraut and Zachary Ehrmantraut and three great-grandchildren.
|Darkside & Anne M.||just as heads up|
wanted to let you know that this memorial that you posted #88434083 is a duplicate for this one #35902870. Just searching through for some family and noticed. Happens to the best of us :D
|Lynn Marie Vint||RE: Alpha Cavashere Phillips|
No problem! Thanks for your help.
|Gennaphyr||RE: MABEL ADAMS EASTWOOD|
Thanks June :)
|Debra Phillips Bays||Corrections|
June, you will want to proof read the obituary for Elsie Phillips. After I sent it I noticed that there were some typeo mistakes in 2 or 3 of the words. Debbie Phillips Bays
|Lorraine||Delmar B Anderson|
I know it's been quite awhile since you wrote asking about the transfer of this memorial. I'm sorry it's taken so long but I've been out of touch for quite awhile.
As it turns out, this was never my memorial to transfer. It was put up by the U.S. Veteran's Affairs. All I did was leave a flower when some of us here at findagrave decided to flower all the memorials in Ft. Rosecrans before Memorial Day, 2008, as a token of respect to those who served.
I'm glad you were able to have it transferred to you and sorry I wasn't around to help. I'll try to do better in the future.
What a nice photo of your Dad.
Added by Lorraine on Dec 30, 2012 3:26 AM
June, Thanks for adding the information on the Ginters and Charley W. Ginter's parents. Mary
Added by mdo57 on Dec 03, 2012 9:56 AM
You're welcome, June. Glad I could help.
|Debbie Scott||RE: John Gillham|
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