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Anonymous (#47109159)
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My family roots in America are almost exclusively Stark County (Canton, Navarre)Ohio, Tuscarawas and Harrison counties and before that Baltimore, MD. and Berks County, PA. Over the pond in Hessen, Alsace-Lorraine. I have been at this genealogy hobby for close to 35 years and have researched my wife's maternal side exhaustively which is all Germans from Russia and ultimately Kansas (mostly Marion County). Names on my side that I am researching include, Frederick, Wishman, Kloppert, Schlosser, Tschierschnitz, Riley, Gonder, Hostetter, Wyant, Fournace, and Goodman. On my wife's side, (maternal), include, Miller (Mueller), Hein, Schnell, Popp, Burbach, Schafer, Leichner, Niederhaus, Glantz, and Gerlach. On her paternal side, Kissinger, Schliep, Lindahl, Stolz, Trieber, Stabler, and Fresemann.
Please contact me if you have similiar interests or if you have any questions. Thank you
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miss morgan
RE: Kissingers
Yes, I lived in Columbine Hills. We moved to the mountains in 1971 for two years. We then moved back to Columbine and lived on Chestnut Ave. one street east of Elmhurst. I was gone in 1972 so obviously we didn't get the chance to meet back then. What a shame.
I remember hearing about Rod's surgery but I don't think I was living there at the time. Sonny was a great horse but had a mind of his own. Once Rod and I were riding double while crossing the Platte river, Sonny got a wild hair, reared up and fell over backwards on top of both of us. Luckily we were in deep water so no one was injured. We did a lot of stupid things back then.
I had forgotten all about Rod's taxidermy! Seems to me he made pretty good money at it. It did seemed a little creepy though.
Rod had a great little Mustang car and a wonderful dog named Sport. How are Rod's brothers doing? Please send them my greetings if you talk to them.
One special guy that Rod. Still miss him and think of him often.
It has been wonderful sharing memories.
Drop me a line anytime. It's been a pleasure. B.
Added by miss morgan on Sep 15, 2014 3:17 PM
miss morgan
RE: Kissingers
My sympathies on the loss of your wife. It's hard losing someone so close. I don't remember ever meeting Connie. Perhaps she had already left home when Rod and I started hanging out in 6th grade.

What a devastating year 1978 must have been for your family. I never heard about Clyde and Brad though I did notice they both died on the same day and only 4 months after Rod's death. Very hard to understand those types of tragedies.

To this day, I still feel guilt around Rod's passing. We were quite young and naive regarding emotional distress. There were signs I should have picked up on but I didn't know about them at the time.
If only I had.

It's been nice connecting. Thank you.
I will transfer management of the Kissinger's to you right now.
Good to know they will be in the care of family.

Becky
Added by miss morgan on Sep 14, 2014 2:33 PM
miss morgan
Kissinger family in Colorado
No, I am not related to the Kissinger's in Colorado.

Rod and I were childhood friends for many years. We enjoyed horses together. He and my boyfriend were roommates in college.
I attended Rod's funeral but didn't go to his burial so during a visit to Colorado, I decided to visit his grave. While there, I took photo's of all of the Kissinger headstones. Three did not have Find A Grave memorials so I added those.

It looks like you are related. I would be happy to transfer management. If you are interested, please let me know.
Added by miss morgan on Sep 13, 2014 5:50 PM
Leon
Irene Mae Warner
You presently have a request for a headstone photo of Irene. Her memorial page already has a photo that was posted in 2010. If you want a photo of her husband's marker, you should make a separate request for his. Leon
Added by Leon on Sep 10, 2014 8:24 PM
Deena Sessums
RE: Fox
I am so sorry for the error. Anything I transferred is out of my control.
Added by Deena Sessums on Sep 09, 2014 11:30 AM
Henry Cemetery Assoc. Interments
RE: Frankie Frederick
My bad. I miscalculated the date of birth. Sorry.
Added by Henry Cemetery Assoc. Int... on Sep 06, 2014 5:05 PM
Henry Cemetery Assoc. Interments
Maria Sabina Frederick
I found her obituary. It is published in The Ohio Repository [Canton Stark County Ohio] July 31 1874 page 7 column 2. You have her date of death as 1876 from the old listings of the cemetery that was published.

This obituary is available to be emailed to you by contacting genealogy@starklibrary.org Give them the information I have forwarded to you along with her name. They will email to you a digital image of the obituary.

There wasn't a death notice or obituary published in the local newspaper for Peter, Sabina's husband. Westlawn was not open for interments until 1859. The cemetery in the city that was open to interments in 1850 were closed within 5 years after Westlawn was open. I have no way of knowing where he was interred. As Sabina did not have a grave memorial it is doubtful that Peter had one.

Paula
Added by Henry Cemetery Assoc. Int... on Sep 06, 2014 4:25 PM
Henry Cemetery Assoc. Interments
RE: Maria Sabina Frederick
The illegible memorial is Frankie's per information from the cemetery office. The information posted is from their records.

As to Elizabeth Frederick Haberly - I noticed that Elizabeth and Sabina were enumerated together in 1870. So I was looking to see if she was interred in Westlawn. In census years Elizabeth's last name had a varity of spellings so I started 'poking around' and found her enumerated with her son's family in Vigo County Indiana in 1880. I did not find a posting for George. I noticed that his wife Frances was remarried in ther 1900 census.

I am not related, just trying to link family members together that I have posted. I am transfering Frankie's posting to you.

You will be hearing from me again soon.

Paula
Added by Henry Cemetery Assoc. Int... on Sep 06, 2014 4:07 PM
macso
John C Wishman
John Wishman is not at Westminster Cemetery. I spent 3 hours today going though the 1934 Death Certificates and have finally found him. He is buried at Angeles Abbey Memorial Park in the Mausoleum. I am going to remove your request from the Westminster website where you asked if he was buried next to Jennie. John Wishman is not currently listed in the Angeles Abbey Memorial Park which is located in Compton, Los Angeles County, CA. Perhaps you would like to make a memorial for him there. I did save a copy of the death certificate to my computer. If you want to contact me with your email address use the edit feature on Jennie Wishman's memorial. I hope this help to you.
Added by macso on Aug 08, 2014 3:16 PM
Beverly
Elizabeth Funk
Please see caption in case others in lot are related.
Added by Beverly on May 26, 2014 5:53 PM
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