|Steve Bishop (#47277845)|
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|Penny Dix Noneman||Ann's maiden name|
I have seen Anna Haney, Anna Hanney, and Anna Hainey, but I still haven't found anything on her family, have you? I did find her marriage record to John, let me know if you need that.
|Joan R (Prien) Gedeon||Harvey DeBolt|
I have transferred management of his memorial to you. I was a little bit lost about Harvey until I did some detective work!
Just as a suggestion for future reference, when you are writing to a contributer, the easiest way for them to find-out who (or whom--I always get those mixed-up!) you are writing about is to go to that particular memorial, click on the Edit tab and type in the information that you wish to provide or the question you want to ask. The contributer gets an e-mail with all the information on the person you are referring to.
I'm not trying to offend anyone or come across as a know-it-all, but I have sure run into one or two on here and they get to the point where they won't talk to you at all unless you do things "their way".
By the way, I am very happy to be able to transfer Harvey's memorial to a relative. Let me know if you have any others that I have contributed!
|Mary Francine Steed Jarrell Oldham||RE: Mattie Bishop Jarrell|
Steve: Great to hear from you. I haven't done any research on the Bishop side of the family as of now. I'm concentrating on getting the information from my mother's book on ancestry.com. Info on the Jarrell and Bishop side of the family may be difficult to get since all of my husband's siblings (including him) are gone. He was the youngest of Mattie and W. B.'s children. Sure hope you can help in that area. I probably should start my research in that area since the book is hard copy and the other info is not. Are you on ancestry.com?
I live at Eros, LA and my e-mail address is email@example.com.
Please keep in touch.
|Cynthia Rice||RE: Lon Harder|
Hello, yes, Lon's brother Bert Harder was my great-grandfather, so Lon Harder was my great-great-uncle. I do not remember if I ever met him as a child, but my mother remembers him well. Bert Harder died in 1922 even before my mother was born in 1928. But she would speak of "Lon and Lizzie" and "Curt and Ada". My mother's mother was Maude Harder, Bert's oldest daughter, born in 1901.
I was so excited to find your photos of Lon and Lizzie, do you happen to have any of Bert Harder or of Curt and Ada or the other Harder siblings? We only have one photo of Bert which I also posted on find-a-grave.
|Brenda ||RE: Dasenbrock stone|
I am a Dasenbrock as well. The line I have been researching is the Bernard & Anna (Doerger) Dasenbrock line. They would have been my great great grandparents. My great grandparents were Ferdinand & Clara (Schuette) Dasenbrock, my grandparents were John B. & Mary Angela (Braun) Dasenbrock and my parents were Joseph A. & Nedra M (Hurd) Dasenbrock. John moved his family to western Kansas in the early 1900's. I have only visited Effingham once and that was when I was around the age of 2. I have always wanted to visit and do the photography myself, but at this moment find a grave is my best option.
What was your mother's name? I have not came upon the last name of Bishop yet in my research.
Added by Brenda on Jun 02, 2011 5:02 PM
|Brenda ||Dasenbrock stone|
Thank you for taking the time to locate and photograph this stone!
Added by Brenda on May 30, 2011 2:49 PM