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My name is Sharol (Heintzelman) Molland and I was born in Coquille, Oregon the day Pearl Harbor was bombed. My father and stepfather were both in the Army during WWII. I would like to find out if there is a possible genealogy link to General Samuel Peter Heintzelman, who fought in the Civil War. |
My interest in genealogy began about three years ago and somehow I ended up doing "Find a Grave" about a year or so ago. I am happy to help find relatives, if they are buried near to me. My husband has been ill so I don't travel too far away.
My brother and I would like to locate relatives buried in the midwest. We have discovered that we have our roots for the Heintzelman and Shere families in northern Illinois (Tampico and Joliet), and the Monica family in Michigan (Newberry area) and Wisconsin (Egg Harbor). We have found some information about the Page family in the Nebraska and Oklahoma area, however, we are unsure of where they originated from. Some of our family members ended up in Oregon, where we were born.
Since I've gotten older, I have found a walk in a cemetery to be rather comforting and peaceful. For every stone you see, there is a story of a life and experiences. I find a special empathy and interest in those that fought in wars and children lost too soon.
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|Clc||RE: Re: Jerome Boos|
Thank you. I do have his obituary but hadn't gotten back to attach the complete obit. It's updated now.
Added by Clc on Apr 14, 2014 11:10 AM
|Sandi L||Thank you!|
You are awesome. Thank you for,the transfer. I am working on more of this clan and have added you to my friends as well.
Added by Sandi L on Apr 12, 2014 9:09 AM
|Clc||RE: Laurie Keeler|
Thanks for calling this to my attention; the obituary is added, and thanks for sending it. I kept checking but it wasn't on the website yet so I thought there wouldn't be a full obituary. My niece died just before her 50th birthday also, of brain and lung cancer. Clc
Added by Clc on Apr 12, 2014 7:55 AM
|Rosemary Reed||Gilbert Julson|
I was wondering if you could change the birth year for Gilbert Julson #60164156. It reads that he was born in 1900 but it is suppose to be 1897. Thank you. Gilbert and Gladys is my uncle's mom and dad.
|Armstrong History||RE: # 89217830 Maria Mulligan|
Hi - Thanks for the follow-up. If you come across the info that would be great - otherwise, I can keep searching. Thanks!
|Armstrong History||# 89217830 Maria Mulligan|
Hi - I was wondering if you could help me out regarding a memorial that you have added for 89217830 Maria Mulligan?
I was wondering if you remember where the info came from for the memorial page? There isn't a picture of the gravestone for Maria. Maybe there is a chance you know where the info came from??
It would help me out - as I am looking for a Maria Mulligan - but the DOB and DOD that I have are a few years off from the dates on the memorial page.
|Greg Campbell||Pearl Harbor and WWII Interest...|
I was reading your profile after asking you to transfer a couple of my family CORR's in Illinois. It was interesting to note a small concentration of small towns & events. My family is mostly from Illinois, but my wife's family is still in the Engadine / Newberry area in the U.P. of Michigan.
And you were born on Pearl Harbor day - and developed an interest in WW-II. My uncle was a pilot in WW-II and only recently did I discover "the rest of the story" about his experience at Hickam Field on that day. I'm still piecing the details together - but if you check out my "Virtual Cemeteries" here:
And start with "1941 Spy Flight" - you can read up on the crew of 9 "volunteers" that brought the only B-24A "heavy recon" plane to Hickam Field on 5 Dec 1941. It was the first American military aircraft destroyed at Hickam Field and possibly of WW-II. (In the opening minutes on 7 Dec 1941.)
So... I hope you'll still transfer my CORR requests -
but... I hope you find the WW-II stories interesting as well!
|Jon Kindschy||Rudolph C. "Rudy" Christ|
I noticed that his father's link is actually a link to his great-grandfather (both were named Conrad). His father was Conrad Arthur Christ (1897-1977).
|Sue (Carlson) Eide||RE: Re: Velma Lee|
Thanks for the links and the offer to transfer. At this point I don't have anything else to add, but will let you know if I change my mind.
Thanks again for your help!
|James Seidelman||Richard Iverson 60103106|
We had another dupe - I had him in the wrong cemetery. Can you please add the obit. Thanks, Jim (I've deleted mine)
FAIRCHILD — Richard "Dick" Iverson, 79, of W12751 Hwy. 10, 12, 27, Fairchild, passed away Wednesday morning, January 11, 2006, at Gunderson Lutheran Hospital in La Crosse.
Richard was born September 12, 1926, in Eleva to Elmer and Emma (Knutson) Iverson. He was baptized and confirmed at the Trinity Lutheran Church of Norden in rural Eleva. He married Dolores Thompson on February 17, 1951, in Strum. He served in the United States Army during the Korean War. After his discharge the couple lived in Waukesha, and he worked at Miller Brewery before purchasing a Standard Oil station in Waukesha. He operated the station until he established a recreational vehicle business nearby. In 1978, the couple moved to Foster where he recuperated from an extensive surgery. In 1982, after nine years of retirement, they moved to Fairchild where they owned and operated Iverson Barrel Inn Tavern. They closed the tavern in 1999, and since that time he operated Iverson Auto Sales. His hobbies were dealing with cars and raising his house cats.
He is survived by his wife, Dolores of Fairchild; three sons, Richard Dale (Georgene) of Plymouth, Randy (Carol) of Fairchild and Ronald (Tammy) of Humbird; sister, Esther Gamroth of Arcadia; three grandchildren, Megan, Anthony and Eric Iverson; four step grandchildren, Audrionna, Ashley and Autumn Spurling and Cassandra Embke; and mother-in-law, Geneva Thompson of Pigeon Falls.
His parents and two sisters, Irene Wenaas and Violet Olson, preceded him in death.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, January 14, 2006, at Trinity Lutheran Church of Norden in rural Eleva, with burial in the church cemetery.
Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday at the Anderson Funeral Home in Augusta, and one hour before services Saturday at the church.
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