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I have been engaged in genealogy for about 20 years. My focus has been on my Germans-from-Russia Mennonite connections as well as my wife's ancestors from the east coast of the U.S. and before that from Scotland, Ireland, Wales and England.|
I have recently become involved with Find-A-Grave and find it to be an excellent place to document some of my data.
If you find any errors or misinformation for any memorials I have posted, please let me know by sending a Correction/Suggestion from the "Edit" tab. I will be glad to make corrections or additions.
Regarding any memorial that I manage, if you are a closer relative than I am, I will gladly transfer the memorial to your account. If I have no connection and you have some connection (even friendship) I will transfer. To send a Transfer Request use "Suggest a Correction" under the "Edit" tab on the memorial page. Send a separate request for each memorial that you want.
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How are you related to the Ratzlaff's. My grandmother was Marie Beier Smith, Her mother was Aganetha Ratzlaff Beier, Her parents were Bernhard and Maria Ratzlaff, his parents were Benjamin and Helena Ratzlaff, I noticed you are managing Benjamin H. Ratzlaff, he would be my great great great grandfather.
You've been busy. I enjoyed reading about the Peacocks, Beadles, Burbanks, etc. Your mother in law's bio was especially interesting. My USN Machinist Mate youngest son undoubtedly learned a lot science related to her research at nuclear power school this year.