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Harold Meyer (#47047744)
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Karen Darwin Robert
RE: Margaret Timcke Hensen 9763658
Hi Harold,
I would love to communicate too about our German families. I'm vacationing with my daughter in WA state and then I'm driving to MI to spend a little time there. I probably won't get back to genealogy time in the fall. I'll be in touch.
My mother was Marjorie Beck Darwin (wife of Raymond George Darwin). My grandparents were Elizabeth Huisman Beck and Herman Frederick Beck from the Sibley IL area. I grew up in Michigan.
Karen Darwin Robert
Added by Karen Darwin Robert on Jun 26, 2014 9:12 AM
Cindy H
RE: Carol Litzner
I heard Norm was remarried & living in AK.
I should have a picture of Carol, I will look for it.
Added by Cindy H on Jul 12, 2013 7:58 PM
Amy Robbins-Tjaden
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 18194704
I think you're likely right. I made the link to his mother and transferred Louis over to you.
Added by Amy Robbins-Tjaden on Jan 07, 2013 1:42 PM
KK Meyer
This is really, really helpful. I'm so glad you found the letter by G-grandma. Wish you could get a copy and send it to me.

KKM is listed as a daughter of Pete in his obituary. At least "daughter KKM" is listed as buried in Fairview Cem. Lawndale, (but she is said to have died age 16 mo in the obituary). At the time, 1958, Pete was also listed as buried in Fairview. So if his grave has been moved, maybe they moved KK at the same time and buried her in Mt. Hope with ?? Pete?; in Martin and Margaretha's plot? (grandchildren there too)

The age could have been miss read (16 for 6) if the stone had faded by 1958. Or it could have been a typist error in the paper. What do you think?
Added by Rosetta on Jul 08, 2009 6:39 AM
Memorials added in St. John's Anchor
Good for you. New people are always good.

I realized one of the daughters-in-law is part of a family that married into my Witt connections. Nice to find her. So thanks, again.
Added by Rosetta on Jun 19, 2009 1:42 PM

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