|Cliff Ruemmler (#47099342)|
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Please add the following information to Adam Bauer memorial (34161812):
Born 08/18/1872 in Gross Point, Cook, Illinois
Died 04/08/1903 in Gross Point, Cook, Illinois
Parent Links-Gangolf Bauer (18781618)
Mary Keil (19063162)
Wife Link-Christine Ann Schaefer (34161767) married 09/27/1895 in Gross Point Cook, Illinois
If you do not wish to add this information, I will maintain this memorial if you transfer to RWS (46863663)
Added by RWS on Jan 01, 2012 10:54 AM
|Erwin Matthias Bast||Ancestors of Michael Sesterhenn|
Ahnentafel Chart for Michael Sesterhenn
1. Michael Sesterhenn, carpenter, was born on 7 Oct 1826 in Mertloch,Rheinland-Pfalz,Germany. He died on 27 Jul 1871 in Half Day,Lake County,Illinois. He was buried on 27 Jul 1871 in St. Joseph Cemetery,Willmette,Illinois.
Michael married Anna Maria Bauer on 21 Jan 1856. Anna was born on 18 Oct 1830 in Kehrig,Rheinland,Prussia. She died on 27 Dec 1911 in Gross Point,Cook County,Illinois. She was buried on 30 Dec 1911 in St. Joseph Cemetery,Willmette,Illinois.
2. Philipp Sesterhenn, carpenter, was born on 27 Jun 1791 in Mertloch. He married Anna Maria Caster on 3 Jun 1822 in Polch.
3. Anna Maria Caster was born on 2 Aug 1791 in Mertloch.
4. Leonard Sesterhenn, carpenter, was born in 1760. He died on 25 Nov 1811 in Mertloch. He married Anna Maria Grimming.
5. Anna Maria Grimming .
8. Johann Melchior Sesterhenn .Johann married Gertrud Hartung.
9. Gertrud Hartung .
|Steven Weinreich||Sarah Hirsch|
The photo for Sarah Hirsch's grave marker was taken by another volunteer.
While there, he also took the photos of the grave markers for these other family members buried in the same HIRSCH family plot:
Sarah Hirsch (Find A Grave Memorial# 37146841)
Bertha Hirsch (Find A Grave Memorial# 37257942)
Bernard Hirsch (Find A Grave Memorial# 37259449)
Arthur D. Hirsch (Find A Grave Memorial# 37259371)
Clarence M. Hirsch (Find A Grave Memorial# 37259474)
Ruth Hirsch Friedman (Find A Grave Memorial# 36911103)
If you happen to know the connections of these family members to each other(spouses, parents, children, etc.) the manager of these Find A Grave pages will be happy to link them to one another. Simply send a detailed and descriptive email to Susan Ing (her name appears as the manager of each of these pages and is shown at the bottom of the page). Always provide the Memorial # of the people referenced in any messages you send. It makes the "linking" task easier.
|Steven Weinreich||Sarah and Abraham Hirsch|
I fulfilled the photo request for Sarah Hirsch along with husband Abraham Hirsch.
Sarah Hirsch (Find A Grave Memorial# 39780698)
Abraham Hirsch (Find A Grave Memorial# 39780695)
Each photo has a caption. You have to click on the photo to enlarge it and you will be able to clearly see the informational caption when you scroll down the page.
I have also asked the manager of both pages to add the birth year for each and to link them via hyper link. Those changes may take a week or so. Please check back to see those changes.
|Jessi-Schnittchen||Ruemmler - Rosedale C., Linden, NJ|
I found the Ruemmler pic you requested and added it and also found his father burried right next to him and added it. Just wanted to let you know in case you want to check it out ;) Have a great day. Jess
|Sandy Lyle||Schmitz graves in St Joseph Cemetery|
John J and Frieda Schmitz are my grandparents. I would greatly appreciate it if you would transfer them to me to manage.
Also, my great-grandparents are also buried in St Joseph Cemetery in Wilmette. They are Michael and Petronella Schmitz. I would also like to manage their graves.
Thanks so much,
Sandy Lyle Rakestraw
|ACS||Can you resend me the form?|
Can you resend the form for verifying that I am am a relative for the Memorial Park Cemetery in Skokie, IL?
Added by ACS on May 15, 2009 2:05 PM
|Mrs. Bouvier||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for all of your help with the photo of Alfred Dobson's grave. I really appreciate it.
I took a picture and posted all the Thornburg's that I could find at the cemetery. Perhaps some other relatives?