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|Hi- I recently got involved with Ancestry research...mostly for my mother-in-law...and found I absolutely love it! I love the feeling of being a part of an ongoing mystery! I enjoy learning about history through they lives of our ancestors! I enjoy photography and the thought of helping others find out about their histories the way others have helped me.|
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|Barb Castelli||RE: della gramlich|
I am happy to share my research with you via a more private connection, but since neither of us has published our email addr, not sure how to do that. I use ancestry also but thru my cousin's account. You and I are probably cousins, because Henrietta Lang Grunert was my g-grandmother's sister. I had a breakthru finding the rest of the Lang family about 10 yrs ago thru a relative who posted a tree on familysearch. Then I found a bio for Abraham Lincoln Lang in a Montana history book. It referred to his 2 half-sisters in Peoria by their married names. Then I just started researching the Grunerts thru the usual channels including local library research, since I am still in the area. I have some info about Della A Grunert Smith Gramlich (1874-1962), but have not been able to find the identity of Mr Smith, the father of her daughter Jessie. As far as I can tell this was her only child. The pictures I have were sent by email from another of your cousins I found. Maybe I can find you on ancestry and pass you my email address that way.
|Dennis Holland||W M Holland|
Thank you so much for taking the pic of Rev Wm M Holland's tombstone. I greatly appreciate it!
Also, wondering if his wife's tombstone is nearby? Susana (Harshaw) Holland?