|D Gardner (#47256778)|
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My family is Childs, Rummel, Turner, Bonjour, Jeanneret, Nellans, Wespe, Sharp and more.
My husbands family is Gardner, Hiland, Underwood, Massey, Autry, Hall, Moore and more.
What a journey ancestry.com and findagrave has been. Although the road trips we took years ago on my husbands family was an adventure I will never forget. Now we are unable to travel these 2 sites have been so helpful.
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|Herman Weiland||Mable Hall Bonjour|
Found her in the 1905 Kansas Census at age 20 for Elk Falls
Her parents are William Rosell Hall 18639484 and Electa Hall 18639500
|Herman Weiland||16505105 Bonjour|
Are you related to my family? Always curious about distant relatives.
Not related, just posting obits as I find them and advising family of connections if can locate them.
|Herman Weiland||Memorial 16505105|
Her obit furnished, can you give help on parents
Spouse of 58058616
BONJOUR, Mabel May HALL b. 25 May 1885, Woodson Co., KS. d. 22 Feb 1924, St. Joseph's Hospital, Clayton, Union, NM; 38 yr 8 mo 28 da; mastoid abcess; came to Clayton, NM about 7 years ago; moved with parents at age 16 yr to Moline, KS where she was married. Husband: F.E. BONJOUR of Moline, KS; md. 1910. Father: R. HALL, b. New York City, NY. Survived by husband; 3 children: Virgil, Norma and Illa Ruth; sister, Miss Imogene HALL and brother, David HALL, Rose, KS; brother, A.R. HALL and sister, Lura HALL, of the state of WA; also Mrs. Lela BEACH, Howard, KS and Mrs. B.F. POTTER, Gooding, ID; attending her funeral: Mr. and Mrs. Emile BONJOUR, parents of husband; and Mrs. A.I. TURNER, her sister, all of Moline, KS. Burial: 26 Feb 1924; cemetery inscription; Winchester 1:46; The Clayton Citizen, 22 Feb 1924, Clayton, NM; The Clayton News, 7 Mar 1924, Clayton, NM; d. cert.
|Swiss Ms||Walter Earl Burdette|
Thank you for the information on Walter Earl Burdette. Although the tombstone uses the Anglicized version of the name, all of the family records indicate he was born with an e on the end of the name. I will put a note on the memorial regarding the possible use of Burdett/Burdette in this generation. In general, I have not found tombstones to be very reliable. There are frequent mistakes on names and dates and some "carved in stone" typos. Fortunately, when searching findagrave for Burdett, you will also see Burdette. Here's a link to the Burdette section of my family tree: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=simon4geneaology&id=I216 and I would gladly take any suggestions or corrctions. Regards!
Added by Swiss Ms on Mar 27, 2013 1:27 PM
|Luella Hinrichsen||Norma Mitchell|
Hi, There is a stone at Friedens also, I tried calling relatives on the Droge side to confirm if she is there for sure, but nobody home either place. I'm thinking the daughter probably had her buried here so she can be by them, but can't be postivie yet. Will still get that info. Luella
|Luella Hinrichsen||Norma Bonjour|
I will look into if she is actually buried at Frieden's or not, she is listed in the cemetery records as being in Lot 134, but it looks like since her name and date is on the marker there, she should be there. I will delete this one if she is, maybe you could copy and paste the obit. Luella I'll get back with you about it.
|Linda Dorei Jones||Nellans|
Thank you so much for the corrections on the spelling! Would you like for me to transfer them to you since I am not a relative?
|Keith Mullins||RE: Elijah Battles Memorial #88246636|
Yes, you can use anything you want however you want to use it. I'm glad to help out.
|Root Sleuth||Simon- Bonjour cousin|
Hello we are cousins on the Simon lineage. Emile Bonjour's mother Zelie Simon Bonjour was my great great great grandfathers sister. Sharon Amos
|Kathy from Arkansas||RE: David F Henley 60707894|
I am so sorry for taking so long to answer your message! Yes, David is a distant cousin, so was Nicie Jane! No Thank You, you are doing a fine job of maintaining their memorials. Thank you for creating them on FindAGrave so that folks like me, who live far away know where their people are.
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