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Gail Mooney Grobe (#47140491)
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Bio Photo Been involved in genealogy for 50 years. My interest is with the state of New Jersey since the vast majority of my ancestors settled in that area. Surnames: Mooney, Hilts, Ike, Perry, Drake, Caskey, Batson, Brown, Grandin, Throckmorton, Tiger, FitzRandolph.
My husband's Wisconsin roots involve surnames:
Grobe, Grob, Roebke, Schmidt, Marth, Hupe.
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Messages left for Gail Mooney Gr... (9)[Leave Message]
Celeste Simmons
RE: MORRELL
Absolutely :)

I like to see the memorials I create got to family members. Keep your eye out just in case I upload more. I am out at every opportunity.

Celeste
Added by Celeste Simmons on Jun 17, 2011 9:53 AM
Celeste Simmons
Morrell
Hi Gail,

Would you like for me to transfer the memorial to you? I didn't realize in your first contact that this wasn't a photo request. I am happy to do so, just let me know.
Added by Celeste Simmons on Jun 16, 2011 2:56 PM
Celeste Simmons
RE: MORRELL
You are so very welcome! If there are any others in this cemetery, let me know, I will be going out to do some photo requests this weekend. Or if there are other cemetery requests that you need photos of, just drop me a line.
Added by Celeste Simmons on Jun 13, 2011 6:38 PM
The Angel Hunter
RE: The Schmidt grave photos
Thank you. Truthfully, I am surprised they turned out so nice when I had a 2 1/2 year old on the verge of a meltdown. I did get my exercise carrying a 30 pound child who refused to walk, yet, as soon as I knelt down to clean a stone, she would run and hide behind a tree. I think you can see part of her Princess sneaker on Josephine's close up shot. Luckily I found all the graves I needed to find today quickly, except one. I have section maps I laminated and keep in a notebook, but Mommy forgot the notebook this morning. But she remembered the peanut-butter sandwich, animal crackers, and the pretzel sticks, you know, the things that really matter. :-)
Added by The Angel Hunter on Jul 17, 2010 5:36 PM
The Angel Hunter
Schmidts
I just transferred Ewald and Josephine to your account. I linked them as spouses, but you need to link them to Richard from Richard's memorial page.

I'll do the photos tomorrow.

Smiles
Kimberly
Added by The Angel Hunter on Jul 16, 2010 5:20 PM
The Angel Hunter
Richard Schmidt
I just read Richard's bio you wrote. I graduated from Franklin High School too. I will be honored to photograph the grave of a fellow Quaker. :-) I will try to get over to that side of town this weekend. You'll hear from me soon.
Added by The Angel Hunter on Jul 07, 2010 7:42 PM
The Angel Hunter
Ewald & Josephine Schmidt
I claimed your photo requests and noticed, as a side note, you might want extra pictures. Lincoln Memorial is a HUGE cemetery, and I will ask at the office if Ewald & Josephine are there, just in case they are not in a plot near the others. If you can give be death dates, that may eliminate possible duplicate Schmidts with the same names. In 100 years the cemetery is bound to have several Schmidts! The cemetery, grom what I hear has over 40,000 in the mausoleum alone, and over another 110, 000 buried on the property!!!
Added by The Angel Hunter on Jul 07, 2010 2:23 PM
Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Clarence Grobe and Gary Grobe
Thank you so much! Your welcome and glad I was able to help you out.

~Steve
Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Jun 30, 2010 8:08 AM
Paula DeTroye Griepentrog
Hello!
Hi Gail! I got your messages and am working to insert the links within the Roebke family. It may take me a little while, but will definitely connect those buried at St. John's in Wrightstown. Perhaps if my schedule settles down a bit, I can take a drive over there and photograph the Roebke family stones to add here as well. I remember being in touch with you when I was putting the Roebke family book together...nice to hear from you again!
Added by Paula DeTroye Griepentrog on Jul 27, 2009 8:04 AM
 

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