|Franz Seidel (#47105780)|
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Most of my memorials are family, however if someone is a closer relation please let me know and I will gladly transfer.|
Always grateful for additonal biographical information and photos to add these memorials.
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed, and very dear.
So much has changed since you've been gone, through ups and downs our lives move on,
But as time rolls by one thing remains true,
We'll always have memories of you.
- Author Unknown
How many ancestors do you have?
2nd Great-Grandparents 16
3rd Great-Grandparents 32
4th Great-Grandparents 64
5th Great-Grandparents 128
6th Great-Grandparents 256
7th Great-Grandparents 512
8th Great-Grandparents 1,024
9th Great-Grandparents 2,048
10th Great-Grandparents 4,096
11th Great-Grandparents 8,192
12th Great-Grandparents 16,384
13th Great-Grandparents 32,768
14th Great-Grandparents 65,536
15th Great-Grandparents 131,072
16th Great-Grandparents 262,144
17th Great-Grandparents 524,288
18th Great-Grandparents 1,048,576
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|Alison||Schmidt - Wetaskiwin Cemetery|
Right at the end of Carl & Maria's plots there is a small marker for Dale A Schmidt
July 7 1949
July 21 1949
I would presume this is a son of theirs. If so would you like to create a page for him and I can add a photo for you
Added by Alison on Jun 09, 2013 6:49 PM
|Lloyd Castner||RE: Othel Wiley|
The name and dates are badly worn. I could hardly read it without the camera
|Kathy Burr||RE: Please see this memorial|
I looked for Mike's, thinking that perhaps they were buried in the same cem. but no Robertsons in Howard Co on Find A Grave k
|Kathy Burr||RE: John Siedel|
Quite honestly he could be anywhere in Howard Co - Kay Cynova and I hope to photograph the rest of Howard Co this year - she lives in NE but I live in TX so I usually have only about a week in the late spring to take pics - I am hoping to find him and his friend along the way - after we photograph and load we'd like to get cemetery records so we can add those buried without markers - many childrens' graves went unmarked unfortunately- I thought if I could find his friend that I might find Herman but no luck - and there are no Robertsons/Robertsens bur. in Howard Co on Find A Grave...you just might have to wait for this mystery to be solved!!! :( k
|Kathy Burr||Siedels in St Wen, Howard Co, NE|
Hi!! I tried to figure out who these Siedels are but was unable to do much without any dates - the stones are next to each other, and either were unmarked graves or the original markers are gone- the cemetery association made these markers for those situations, thus no dates - I don't know if John was a child of Mr and Mrs Siedel- I don't think Herman would have be Americanized to John, but maybe John was his middle name and he was called that- it is of interest to note that there are no other Siedels in Howard Co, on Find A Grave, though all the cemeteries have NOT been surveyed - we are working on that...so maybe your Siedels will appear later...I imagine you have some dates? have you researched on Ancestry.com??? k
Absolutely! I wish they were better photos though..I'm pretty sure spring will come again so I can get some without the snow :-)
Added by JMM on Jan 10, 2013 5:15 AM
|JD||Dwayne "Red" Bock|
I made the connection of Dwayne to his parents. Thank you for your help.
Added by JD on Jan 08, 2013 6:56 PM
|JMM||RE: Kelleher Memorials|
Next to Annie Carey Kelleher is a small stone with the names Mary John Elizabeth B. but no dates? I could not find them listed here. Is it a photo you would like to have posted?
Added by JMM on Jan 05, 2013 7:37 PM
|JMM||RE: Ahearn Memorial|
Do you know if there was an Ernest J., Lucille E or Phillp L. in the Ahern family? There was a stone behind this but am not sure if it was connected with them or the plot behind it.
Added by JMM on Jan 05, 2013 7:14 PM
|JMM||RE: Kelleher Memorials|
You are welcome. Yes the foot of snow added to the challange of our very first Find-a-Grave photos but we were happy to find these for you. This is a large family plot (both large stones in the photo belong to the family) with several other family members and members of the Lehan, Nally and Powers families. If these are relations of yours and you would like photos (or more photos in the spring) let me know.
Added by JMM on Jan 02, 2013 4:56 PM
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