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|Le Chatnoir||George Hysop|
Thank you very much for the transfer. ... Le Chatnoir
|James Haberkamp||Margaret Stilp #50265761|
The parents of Margaret Stilp are Michael Schodtler and Catharine Roehrig. Catharine Roehrig's younger brother Adam Roehrig, is my great, great grandfather. Margaret Stilp was born in Davenport, Scott co, IA.
|Le Chatnoir||Update: George Harrison Hysop|
Hello: Thank you for posting this memorial. I have the following additional information on this person:
Re: George Harrison Hysop 64878437
Born: 1893 Mar 05 Moose Jaw, Assinaboia. Saskatchewan, Canada.
Parents: 94297775 George Thomas Graham HYSOP
94297774 Christena McLaren MANAHAN HYSOP
If you prefer to transfer rather than update, that is OK with me.
|Donnie Ruyle||Ellen Few|
Bob: Thank you for the transfer
|dianne sargent||Thank You|
Thank you so much for getting pictures of the graves of Mamie & her husband Anton Hamachek. I appreciate you help.Dianne.
|John Bentle||Infant Julius memorial # 49904419|
My name is John Bentle. I was wondering if you could please link Infant Julius memorial to his mother,Virginia (Diley) Julius. Her memorial number is 94192514. Virginia's mother-in-law was my grandfather's first cousin.
|Jill||John J. Tague jr.|
Thank you for the token you kindly left for my g-uncle. Your kindness touches my heart.
Added by Jill on Jul 20, 2012 7:31 AM
|jensearch||RE: Stadler photos|
Thank you for taking the photos of Max and Clarence Stadler's stones. Someone already has memorials started for Katherine and Archie, so you could just go ahead and post those photographs there.
Again, thank you.
Hi, Cora Fendel is in Section F Lot 228 Grave # 2. I could not find a stone for her.
|Michael J. Petrie||RE: Alfred E. Petrie|
I would bet you're related to the Johnsburg clan. Several families from that area spread to Stockbridge and then Shorewood. Just a hunch. Check the pre-1920 St. John the Baptist, Johnsburg, and St. Mary, Marytown church records. Your local LDS library should be able to order the films for you.
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