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Annie (#47425624)
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Bio Photo I was born in NYC - grew up in Long Island City, Queens County, NY. I have 4 Civil War Ancestors, 3 of whom are buried at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. The 4th is buried in Lutheran All Faiths in Middle Village and is the only one with an original grave stone issued by the government. Most of my ancestors are from Germany, although my father's ancestors are from England, Wales and Ireland. I have had my entire mtDNA mapped out and have traced it back to my female ancestor born in the late 1600's. I am a member of a genealogy society in Southern CA and have been sluething for about 7 years.
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Joan Monfort
Hi Annie, I got your e-mail requesting any info I might have on Joan Monfort's family. I'm sorry but I didn't know the family so I don't have any knowledge or way to contact them.

You could contact the funeral home and ask if they'd have any contact info for her children they'd be willing to share or if they'd pass along your contact info to them. It's just a thought.

Best regards,
Emily
Added by Find A Grave Member on Jun 29, 2016 10:35 AM
Zoe Tom
Vashti Dean Day
I suggest you make a picture request. You may find lots more members of your family, etc.

Also, if I have entered any of your relatives, let me know, and I will be happy to transfer them to you.

We have some great photo volunteers in this area.
Let me know how you do.

Zoe




Added by Zoe Tom on Apr 15, 2016 10:09 AM
Lisa F.
RE: Aloysuis and Anna Grau
You're very welcome. I wish there had been a gravestone.
Added by Lisa F. on May 20, 2014 7:59 PM
Kenneth & Carolyn
Eleanore Berger
Just wrote you an Email and then took a second look and seen you were the one who submitted it! Glad I can blame it on old age!
Ken
Added by Kenneth & Carolyn on Mar 24, 2014 6:07 PM
KJS
RE: Catherine Williams Williams
I'd like to maintain responsibility for the memorial, but would be happy to add biographical information.
Added by KJS on Feb 06, 2014 8:00 AM
KJS
RE: Catherine Williams Williams
If you'd like to provide biographical information, I'd be happy to add it. Do you know where Catherine's mother died?
Added by KJS on Feb 05, 2014 6:43 PM
KJS
RE: William R. Williams
His date of death was probably 01/29. Could have been a misprint (or my mistranscription -- the newspaper was hard to read). I'd leave it as 01/29.

I found out that Catherine was William R's daughter. She was married to John Williams, who is buried in Dodgeville. John's obituary says that he married WR Williams's daughter, Catherine.

I'll see if I can find out more info on the family.
Added by KJS on Feb 05, 2014 10:11 AM
KJS
RE: William R. Williams
Here is notice of his death, if you'd like to add it to his memorial (I looked through the 01/30/1873 edition of the Freeman and didn't see anything):

WM. R. WILLIAMS We mentioned in a part of our last week's edition, the death of Wm. R. Williams, Clerk of the Circuit Court, which took place on the evening of Jan. 23, after a short illness.

Mr. Williams was a native of North Wales and spent the early part of his life in the vicinity of Holyhead. He arrived in this country in 1848, being then about 49 years of age, and held the position of Professor of Mathematics in an educational institution in New Jersey for the three years following.

In 1847 he removed to this county and was soon after elected to the office of County Surveyor which we believe he held nearly all the time up to his election to the office of the Clerk of the Court. At the same time he practiced surveying on his own account as he has also done during the incumbency of the latter office. He was universally esteemed as a gentleman and public officer and his nomination for an office was almost equivalent to an election, so high did his character stand with men of all parties.

Waukesha Freeman, February 6, 1873, Page 5
Added by KJS on Feb 05, 2014 9:07 AM
KJS
RE: William R. Williams
You can't remove a message from someone else's profile page.
Added by KJS on Feb 05, 2014 7:46 AM
KJS
RE: William R. Williams
The memorial that I created, and you manage, is right here:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Williams&GSiman=1&GSsr=41&GScid=88776&GRid=97952211&
Added by KJS on Feb 05, 2014 6:31 AM
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