|Phil Kindel (#47137657)|
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Genealogy research is a hobby for me, but I also felt it's my responsibility to preserve the family heritage for future generations.|
I am fifth generation Kindel in the US. I have been researching my family several years now.
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Do you have any Tappy family
Added by Dink on Nov 24, 2014 2:21 PM
I recently found the burial place of my kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Matilda (Kindel) Nystrom out here in Tucson. Sweetest lady you could ever possibly meet. Wondered if I could link her to her parents for her, so I started doing a little research to see if they're on Find A Grave. The Joseph Kindel in Ohio you left flowers for was her brother. Matilda, or "Mrs. Nystrom" as I knew her, was the youngest child of 12 and was the daughter of Joseph Kindel, Sr. and Cecelia Knowles. I found Joseph's SSDI and he died here in Tucson in '68. Do you know if he and Cecelia are buried here at East Lawn Palms with Matilda and her husband Bob? It's such a large cemetery it's nowhere near being completed on Find A Grave. If they're here and they're your family, I'd be happy to run out and get a picture of everybody. I'll be going out there in a day or so to get one of Matilda and Bob anyway.
Hope you are doing well.
I'am researching the Kindel family and I would like to know if you have any information on the Kindel family maybe pictures to compare for connections contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Dink on Dec 09, 2011 6:52 PM
|Dale Korona||Edward Fales|
THANK YOU you for the photo!
It looks great and will be very helpful for my genealogy research.
|Klaus Czeranna||RE: Sorry For your loss|
Thanks for your condolences. I sure miss my parents. How are you doing? Are you living in Taylor? I'm doing fine. Annette is doing fine as well and is living near Berlin. I'm living in Bavaria in Southern Germany. I see you're into genealogy. Sounds exciting. I do a little myself.
Take it easy,