|Valerie Dobrinski Williamson (#47329036)|
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I research my mothers family, her father's side is the Colsons and the Strawns from Illinois and Nebraska, her mother's side is the Browns and the Youngers from Oklahoma and Texas areas.|
I also research my fathers family, his father's side is the Dobrinski's and the Thalackers from Wisconsin. His mother's side is the Defriece/Defreece's, and the Wolfe's both from Tennessee and Virginia.
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|Linda Claxton||RE: Percy Loyd Brown|
Transfer is complete - photo of his marker will be posted soon.
|Linda Claxton||Percy Loyd Brown|
Hi- Accepted your edits - Happy to transfer if you'd like - just let me know.
|trina_tyty||Monica Zapata photo request|
I attempted to locate her headstone but the cemetery says there is no headstone. It is located in Block 128, lot 2, grave 6.
Also the cemetery says her date of death is 2016, not 2014 as shown on the site.
Hope this helps.
|Betty Burns||RE: EMILIE BROWN|
Yes, how are you? I still work every day...pretty sure I found her in 1880 living with a married couple. I am curious about Emilie as her first name. I have Emily. I wonder about her middle initial A ..wonder if that is Ann? I just added another child for Nathaniel Brown, her brother. His name was John Henry Brown and he was born September 30 1878 in Seligman, Missouri. I think John Henry may have changed his middle name. Something very strange about John Henry..never the less he is ours. John Henry married and moved to be near Angeline, his sister,in Tulsa. He died there in 1949. I was trying to get his death certificate but Tulsa makes you jump through so many hoops it is taking some time. Keep up the good work!
|Shirley Bauer||RE: Gustav Dobrinski|
You are very welcome. I spend a few hours on Find A Grave every day. Some stories are so sad and some are uplifting. I usually try and match the flowers to the story.
|Shirley Bauer||Gustav Dobrinski|
1870 United States Federal Census„
abt 1864 - Prussia
1870 - city, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
city, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
|Karen Frederickson||RE: Mary Fredrickson|
I'm one of Dennis's cousins - he wouldn't remember me, but he'd remember my father, who was one of the 'old guard' interested in family history. I'm glad I noticed the Zuelkes here, and saw he link.
|Danielaღ||Wow - what a surprise|
I can't believe I found you on this website - I was looking at someone who left flowers for my grandpa and ran across you and your picture!!! This is Dawn Marie - Do you remember when we were kids? Theresa and Ross' niece (your old neighbors). How have you been? You are as beautiful as ever and I hope all is well with you!!! Have a great day!!!!
Added by Danielaღ on May 20, 2014 12:02 PM
|Edith Strawn - Wisdom - Pike||RE: Thank you|
Good to hear from you. So your Great,Great Grandparents are:
William Joab and Margaret Caroline "Maggie" Mandeville Strawn. They are my Great Grandparents.
They were married in Nemaha County, Kansas in 1870.
I have a letter from a Frank that is packed in some of my Dad's stuff. I am going to get it out and read it again because he might be the husband of Margaret Strawn. Which William, Sara and Margaret were sibling. This is so interesting to research.
Thanks again, I would love to see the picture you were talking about.
Edith Strawn Pike
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