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Martha (#47219155)
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Carolyn Dunn-Wefsenmoe
Rose Ream Wheeler (maiden name is Ream)
Do you know or anyone know if Rose Ream Wheeler is related to Hazel Ream Reader who married Raymond Richard Reader.

Carolyn 48113869
Added by Carolyn Dunn-Wefsenmoe on Sep 21, 2015 6:38 PM
RE: hi
Hi there

I tried to send a message last night after you sent this one to me but the dang site just was not helping out!

Just wondered if you were still around. Are you the one with the edits I have sent to you??? LOL!

No no picture....I'll come across it eventually. I've been working the Grames this past week or so...they sure were proliferate!

Some were hiding though

Added by TheBlueJar on Apr 18, 2015 2:00 PM
Anyone home?

Just wondering

Added by TheBlueJar on Apr 17, 2015 8:25 AM
RE: Monhead
Flora Jane is my great grandmother. :)

I do have a birth info for Bertha but not death

As far as the spelling for Irvine-Irvin or whatever the correct way is, the policy at the site is to put the spelling on the stone on the memorial so it is not duplicated.

Correct spellings or variations can be listed in the bio area-death certificates are not the end all nor is a birth record since its whatever the person felt like spelling it back then-but then he died in 78 so you would hope they got it right on that one :)

This is what I have-course I might not count right but I try to ask others to verify what I have

1900 census 4/4 maybe Victoria chose not to remember Bertha
#1-Melissa 9
#2-Mary Ethel 6
#3-Willis 3
#4-Mary (Lillian) 0

#5-And Bertha in there in 1895

1910-8/6-perhaps there was another child born we did not know about? Even if the descendents did not say there were any others does not mean it didn't happen. (Or of course someone did not know how to spell) Which would make sense of the 8/6-only 6 were living (Melissa-Mary Ethel-Willis-Lillian-John-Irvin (Bertha is gone) So another child after 1900 died?

Willis 15
Lillian 9
#6-John 6
#7-Ervine 3

1920-unfortunately no numbers on children
John 17
Irvin 14
#8-Irene 6

Did you know Willis was married more than once?

I would love to see the drawing..can you send it to my email listed on my profile? We could communicate easier that way if you would like to

Which Grames in Cadillac did you visit? Do you live in Michigan?

I've got a picture of an old Grames family but since it is not captioned I would have to ask my sister who they are-that might happen today or when she decides to look at the computer so I could share that with you

I have a lot of research on Grames family et al. My flaw is that when I start looking at family lines I go a bit further out on the branch than I have to but I still do it and enjoy it!

So let me know

Added by TheBlueJar on Oct 04, 2014 11:08 AM
Hi there

Just wondering if you are related to the Monhead family??

Trying to figure out all the kids of Victoria

1910 census says 8 kid born and 6 kids alive

In Ervin's memorial mentions a Bertha and the spelling on the stone is spelled Ervin

1900 census shows 2 Mary's or a Mary and a May...not sure on that one

With the spelling being messed up its hard to find all the birth records of the kids and there should be for that time frame

Hopefully you are related and can shed a light on this...Victoria is an ancestor of mine, Grames is a relation of my mother's

Added by TheBlueJar on Oct 01, 2014 3:12 PM
Robin Zube
RE: Reas in Hillman Rust
It is a beautiful cemetery; it was my first time there and it was so serene and lovely. By the time I got to the third or fourth duplicate I was so frustrated with findagrave, because you entered all of those memorials when you could have been doing something else. We both obviously entered them off of the stones, so the information was identical, and findagrave should have let you know they were duplicates. Frustrating sometimes, but I love this website!

I was also really happy when a Rea descendant asked for the makes our efforts worthwhile when we can reunite lost family members with someone who will care for their memorials. Take care, and maybe we'll run into one another sometime. Robin
Added by Robin Zube on Sep 06, 2014 8:35 AM
Thank you for submitting the edits on the St Johns in Sunset Hills cemetery Thank you MJ
Added by {Remember} on Aug 17, 2014 11:17 AM
Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski
Julius Schepke
My husband's Aunt Clara Szymanski-Schepke was married to Ed. We do not know the rest of his family.

Wish I could be more helpful.

Added by Jeanne Frantz-Szymanski on Jul 28, 2014 9:52 AM
Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas
Julius Schepke
On Memorial# 95434259 John T. has placed a photo of a rock with 15 names on it. Do you know why this group of people are on this one stone? The year does not match their deaths.

Also there is a photo of a stone for Charles and Julius Schepke on the same memorial. Does it say Jr. behind Julius name?

Thought you might know more about this family then I do.

Thank you Pat
Added by Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas on Jun 04, 2014 12:45 PM
Jeanie Brown
RE: Hugh Chase
You are very welcome.
Added by Jeanie Brown on Apr 30, 2014 5:39 PM
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