I accidently found this site while looking for a great-uncle and I found him. I am a retired administrative assistant. Researching my family and my husband's family keeps me busy. Looking for Schumacher, Zimmerman, Hohn, Cosmann. Wipperfuerth, Miller/Mueller, Boettcher, Kolkmeier, and Thomasmeyer. Also Goodrich, Hrdlicka/Herliska, Edgell, Erb, Dufore, Rochell.
hello my name is kelsey miller my grandmother is rose isabelle poepping (miller) husband is Patrick miller. I ma currently working on a family tree and am looking for information on the hohn side of the family. I do believe you ae the one who mentioned something about a book I was wondering where I could get a copy. my grandmother rose is still living and resides in montana she is 96 I am very close to her so I do have some info on the millers and poeppings I may have some info just let me know thanks
RE: Frederick Forthman I don't understand. You are the manager of John's memorial and can do the linking to his parents yourself by clicking the "[Edit]" link next to the "Family links:" section header on his memorial. Children can be linked to their parents only via the memorials of the children and can't be done from the parents' memorials.
Also, I recommend that you use the Edit tab when submitting updates or suggestions for memorials that you don't manage. This is at the top right on the each memorial's page. This makes it a whole lot easier on memorial managers and avoids confusion as the notification to the memorial manager automatically includes a link to the memorial in question. You can submit updates for parent/spouse links, birth/death info, general suggestions, etc. via the memorial's Edit tab.
Kolkmeiers in St. Charles, MO Hello, I am not sure what you are asking for. I posted several Kolkmeier graves, although I am of no relation. The Germans who moved to this area of MO did so in the 1830s and came directly from Germany. It certainly is hard to trace some folks from this time as having several "first names" used interchangably makes it hard to do research. I could not find any link to the Kolkmeiers that you speak of; however, they may have been related in Germany. However, I find that the traditions and culture of Germans at this time in history stressed staying close to family and staying on the land that ancestors worked. So, good luck in your research. I would try familysearch.org and see if you can find some records from Germany. Krystle
John Wire Smith 33411487 I am trying to find my Smith relatives, John Wire Smith and his decendants being some of them. In one of your pictures of the cemetery, there is a large red stone surrounded by several short red stones. I searched the rest of the Smith's in the cemetery and only his wife, Lintha, stone looks like one of the short stones. Do you happen to know to whom the other stones belong? Any information you can give me would be much appreciated!
Thank you for the transfer and speedy responce. Thanks also for the other information for contacting other researching relatives. This will go a long ways to filling 'gaps' in our family tree. Thanks again!