|Richard Gumbert & Brenda Keisler Gumbert (#47324707)|
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We have enjoyed dabbling in our family geneology for many years but have recently become seriously hooked (obsessed some might say) since our children are grown and we have gained an abundance of available "together" time!|
My maternal grandmother researched many years before the internet came along as did my husband's aunt (his mother's sister). I grew up visiting the family cemeteries and always anxious to hear the stories of the gravestones. Who? What? When? Where? It was during those times I learned the importance of rememberance, respect and preservation of the final resting places of those gone long before us.
During the past few years while searching for anything that would help piece together the puzzles - we were ultimately led to numerous on-line resources to include most recently FINDAGRAVE.COM - we are so appreciative to all of those involved in this awesome endeavor!
We encourage contact from all possible relations and welcome any family links, leads, additions or corrections to our input of information. We are researching the following surnames -
Gumbert - Watson - McGehee - Evers - Maples - West - Peacock - Carroll - Assmus - Eiffert - Cox - Levering - Maxwell - Wilder - West - Polk - Jeter - Poore - Carver - Edwards - Storey - Heine - Harris - Acuff - Solomon - Andrews - Johnson - Dement - Wilburn - Weeden - etc.
Keisler - Crundwell - Webster - Sledge - Fitzgerald - Swann - Prince - Crouch - Franklow - Wade - Wilkinson - Capers - Wooten - Kent - Sims - Wilson - Mitchell - Overby - Grinstead - Holman - Preston - Bennett - Shannon - Mills - Montgomery - Baker - Hibbard - Broadwater - Adamson - Moore - Jarrell - etc.
Without this network of wonderful selfless people we would not have the opportunity to link to those who have the same desire in obtaining and honoring their family history and heritage. While traveling their own roads and paths many findagrave members are more than willing to take the time in assisting a perfect stranger's quest in arriving at similar destinations. We too hope to help in those pursuits while mapping our own courses!
Blessings to all who have given so many countless miles and hours from the heart! And happy hunting!
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|Glynnda Kennedy Wesson||Webster|
Thad James Lowe, son of Lucy Webster, married Barbara Ann Wesson Brown Lowe.
Thad was her 2nd husband.
Barbara & my husband's father were brother & sister.
|Glynnda Kennedy Wesson||Webster|
My husband's aunt married into the Lowe family; his mother was a Webster.
Happy New Year to you and yours.
|Mary Casey||RE: Webster photos at Forest Lawn|
|Toni ||Re: Catharina(Eliz)Asmus|
I checked with the cemetery office.There are no interment cards or record of this person buried at Oakland.There is a kathrine Asmus 1855-1939;William Asmus 1856-1906 and ext to him is a Katharine Kreh 1829-1910. I took photos of these stones. I love reading the stories of persons posted on Find a grave.
Added by Toni on Dec 12, 2012 1:52 PM
"NOTE: Please e-mail or call (972-238-7111) Restland for plot information BEFORE submitting a photo request."
Restland Memorial Park is an extremely large cemetery (over 400 acres)and without the plot location it is impossible to find. I tried to get the information but they will only research the location for a family member. Sorry but anyone trying to help you get a photo of your loved one headstone, needs your help first. Without your help, don't expect a photo, it would be like looking for a needle in a haystack.
You can e-mail - http://www.restlandfuneralhome.com/home/contact_us.html
or call - (972-238-7111) Hours are from 9am-6pm CST Monday-Sunday.
Thank you and have a great day.
Hi, I was a Calvary Cemetery here in Sandusky and came across 2 Tamm's Anna M.Tamm 12/2/1867-9/6/1958 & Oscar W. Tamm 10/29/1873 - 10/28/1954. Any relation to the ones I took in Oakland? Let me know. Toni
Added by Toni on May 16, 2012 2:50 PM
|Toni ||Catherine Tamm|
When I was taking the photo of this stone I noted there was ones next to her. August and Harriett. Would like those added to Catherine's page? Do you want to set up separate pages for them? Thought you would like to know. Toni
Added by Toni on May 09, 2012 1:57 PM
|MixedStock||Elizabeth Assmus Otter in Hillside Cemetery|
I contacted the Belleville City Clerk to see if Elizabeth Otter is buried with her husband, Peter. She wrote:
"I am sorry to say that I have not been able to find any record of Elizabeth Otter's burial. In my research I did see where Elizabeth purchased graves in the Old Section Lot 445 on April 7, 1900 and I did see the monument for her husband Peter. I also contacted one of our local funeral homes because they have some very old burial records but they were not able to give me any information."
Elizabeth's death certificate is signed by J. Henry Otter (1885-1945), who is buried alongside Bessie B. Otter (1888-1977) in Old Section Lot 59 graves 1 & 2.
My guess is that Elizabeth is likely buried with Peter but the records are lost. If I uncover anything else I'll pass it on.
Hope this helps.
I edited his page. Would you please check to see if it is correct? I was not able to select Holland, so the selection was the best I could do. Thank you for the information!
|MartyL Burnett||RE: Stuart graves|
Thanks for the response. We live in Cherokee. Had been over to Kingsland and wanted to see lake levels and wildflowers on the way back.
My Cox family connections come down through Jehu Cox who died in Missouri in 1900something. His daughter Amy married Jesse Bean and they had a duagter Margaret Bean who married Tom Lethco. Their son Jess was my grandfather. There is Cox reunion in Lampasas in May.The Cox famuly is quite extensive and settled in and around the Lampasas, Bell, Hill county areas in the mid to late 1800s.
My Moore family was from Illinois to Texas. 1850 John Moore was in Coles County, Illinois, 1860 they were in Montague County, TX, and 1870 they were in Brown County, TX.
Maybe were're related or not. I am a member of the Kingsland Genealogical Society, Enjoy it!
Thanks again, Marty Burnett
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