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Curious1 (#47348036)
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Bio Photo I research my own family, but often get sidetracked by unrelated faces from the past. I collect old wedding photos, etc, and will research the family if a name is present.
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M L Sample
Frances Mariah. Autocorrect put the comma in Frances.
Added by M L Sample on May 17, 2015 5:47 PM
M L Sample
I have a picture of my great grandmother and what I think is a sister. After seeing the Twitchel picture you posted on this site I am pretty sure the sister is France's Mariah. It definitely is not Margaret Anderson.
Added by M L Sample on May 17, 2015 5:46 PM
William & Fairy Neudorff
Are you related to William and Fairy Neudorff. I am and if you want to share information, let me know.
Added by Jupiter on Jul 13, 2013 9:01 PM
Sister Koch (2)
I'm a bit late in responding but thank you for the nice pictures of Sisters Marguerite and Herman Koch headstones. It is very much appreciated. Thank you for your time in providing the pictures.
Added by Rainbow on Aug 02, 2012 6:06 PM
joseph schraad memorial
Thank you for the photograph of the grave.
Added by JOY L DENNIS on Jun 09, 2012 8:27 AM
James Caudill
Transfer has been made. Thank you for the request.
Added by Blazer on Jun 06, 2012 2:46 PM
Tim Sumrall
RE: Lighthaus in St. Mary's Cemetery
Thanks very much for all your help. I'll check out the church. That family didn't live there very long, they came from Iowa and by 1920 were back in Iowa, but they left some of their people behind in the cemetery it seems.
Added by Tim Sumrall on Jun 05, 2012 10:56 AM
Dean Knudsen
Alexander Conaway
Thank you, for what must be one of the fastest responses to a photo request in history. I am very impressed and appreciative. Sincerely, Dean Knudsen
Added by Dean Knudsen on Jun 05, 2012 7:21 AM
Tim Sumrall
Lighthaus in St. Mary's Cemetery
Thank you for providing the information about these unmarked graves. The posted registry (in kiosk at cemetery) lists the names at "Lighthaus" but I think it is "Lighthart". I couldn't find any Lighthaus family in the 1910 Nemaha County Census, but did find Grace A. Lighthart age 8 on census dated May 3, 1910, (she was born April 16, 1902) with Jacob A. Lighthart and his family and her siblings. Anna Lighthart (who was born around 1831 in Germany) was Jacob's mother and the mother of my great-grandmother. We have letters from her dating around 1906-1907 from near St. Benedict. Do you recall if the registry was typed or handwritten, I'm thinking maybe the name was poorly written or deciphered. Are you from that area? And if so are you familiar with the church - maybe I could write someone there asking for more information. Thanks for all your help.
Added by Tim Sumrall on Jun 04, 2012 1:02 PM
Charles Seeberger
I really want to tell you how much I appreciate your time and effort trying to locate this headstone. I see how much research you did to locate it and again I truly thank you. I also wanted to thank you for the explanation. Have a great weekend.


Added by Danielaღ on Jun 03, 2012 9:51 AM
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