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I live close to the Family Research Center in SLC, and have used that great resource. Our recent genealogy research has found two more generations to early 1700's. Our place searches at the Family History Library show the following towns:|
1735-36 Birth in Germany for Christian Steigers
Just can't seem to find his hometown.
1759-1770 Hervorst/Asperden, Cleve, Germany
1770-1813 Hervorst/Goch, Cleve, Germany
1813-1821 Materborn, Germany
1821-1847 Niel/Mehr, Germany
1847 Apr 15 Departed Rotterdam, Netherlands
1847 Jun 7 Arrived New Orleans port (~53days)
1847 Up the Mississippi to Rhineland, Missouri
1913-1917 Burley, Idaho
In 2010 I photographed in SLC,UT Burley & Lewiston ID, OKC, and Rhineland Mo. In 2011 I revisited the Rhineland cemeteries and a distant family (Struttmann) reunion.
If you are an active Findagrave member, there are about 1000 entries that are related to you, not me, I was just the photographer. Please use the memorial "edit" function and suggest change if you like me to update information, and please include the FAG# for the change requested.
FAG Transfer Policy: Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents. Bulk surname requests should not be made.
In advance let me say: Thanks for the update, all have been posted. If we are also souls providing community service, thank you for your great service. If you are related to this person, let me know.
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Thank you for providing me with William's mothers name and memorial #:) Any information that I receive is very much appreciated.
Roxanne M. Kuebler Weathers
Added by Roxanne on Mar 31, 2013 2:46 PM
|JSmithB||request for a picture|
WOW that was FAST... Thank you so much for your help I am doing this for a friend who has never heard of Find A Grave. Thank You Thank You soo much
Added by JSmithB on Mar 29, 2013 5:01 PM
|Claudette||RE: Gerhard Weibring|
You are absolutely correct. They both did marry Korman's. Lottie married Joseph and Amelia married John. I was looking at the wrong sheet of paper. It was Joseph's daughter Lucy that married an Eikel. I apologize for the error.
|Langevin||Sarah Fields Woodland|
Thank you for the photo for sarah
Could you submit the photo to her husband James C Fields
Who is attatched to her memorial
Thank you for all your help
Added by Langevin on Dec 05, 2012 10:58 AM
|Leroy Higley||tombstone pic|
Thanks, I appreciated your kindness. Great job for the pic for Myrtle. Have a great day, you have made mine.
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||RE: Able, Abbott, Smith|
You are WELCOME
and THANK YOU FOR THE WORK YOU DO ON THIS SITE.
It is a great help.
Hi are you any relation to the eying I saw you added edmund heying and just wanting to know because I am related to him he had a wife of the name of catherine windmerie she is buried in a little cemetery in refrom mo
|PCD||Julia Mary Manor Druillard|
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I have a copy of her death certificate and her obituary in the Toledo Blade, both dated 1915. As you say, it must have been a type-o.
Added by PCD on Nov 04, 2012 1:19 PM
|Tiffany Gatten||RE: Sarah Ackerman|
|Dan & Barbara||Ralph Tippett|
Info and Link added Thank You.
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