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|Betty Miller||Anna Kunkel|
I see that you are looking for photos for Anna Kunkel and the Leimbach's. I am related and are curious to know your relationship. I don't have the photos that you are looking for, but would be happy to exchange information with you.
Thanks and hoping to hear from you,
|HJ||RE: Bernhardt Leimbach Obituary|
I'll see what I can do. It might take some time.
Added by HJ on Nov 15, 2013 12:07 PM
|HJ||You are very welcome!|Added by HJ on Nov 11, 2013 2:55 PM
I accidentally typed in the wrong date for date of death, but it was corrected right away. Correct date of death was April 17, 1915, for Bernhardt. Just wanted to let you know, in case you saw it, before I changed it.
Added by HJ on Nov 08, 2013 6:36 AM
|HJ||Memorial # 85355436|
Middle initial and date of death have been added to this memorial.
Added by HJ on Nov 07, 2013 5:37 PM
This is the brother of Bernhardt and Herman Leimbach. Thought you would be interested . . .
Added by HJ on Apr 27, 2013 8:40 PM
|HJ||RE: Leimbach in Granville Cemetery|
You're welcome! It's been fun figuring it out. I hope it's right.
Added by HJ on Feb 06, 2013 4:42 AM
|HJ||Leimbach in Granville Cemetery|
I just thought I would let you know that I think the Leimbach graves in the Granville Cemetery are figured out. The row of graves, south to north, are probably as follows: Emma (daughter of Gertrude & Edward), Gertrude, Edward, Bernhardt, Emma (Berhardt's wife), and Herman. I have posted the correct headstones to their memorials. Emma, the daughter, was born in 1909, but does not appear in the 1920(?) census, according to a family member. So, I'm sort of assuming at this point that the "EMMA" stone is her. Everything else fits, though, if I go with that assumption--that the two "MOTHER" and two "FATHER" stones are the other two couples. I will attempt to locate obits later. That might help confirm it all. There was a third "Emma," the daughter of Minnie (Leimbach) Meyer, but she is buried in Hennepin, IL. Her name was Emma (Meyer) Morine. I entered a memorial for her. Thought you might like to see the photos, now that they are posted.
Added by HJ on Feb 05, 2013 7:11 AM
|HJ||RE: Herman Leimbach|
Have you considered contacting the church they might have attended, or the Putnam County Historical Society? Another suggestion would be the two funeral homes in Granville. Might have better luck with that . . .
Added by HJ on Mar 23, 2012 3:51 PM
The info you sent has been added. Please do check for accuracy. I have still not determined who belongs to the four Leimbach markers--two "Father," and two "Mother," of which I have photos. It is likely that three of them belong to the Leimbachs already entered, but I don't know which belongs to which. Also, that leaves one "Mother," unaccounted. If you unearth any further info, I will be happy to add it for you. If you would like a transfer of any memorials that are your family, you are welcome to have them.
Added by HJ on Mar 22, 2012 8:20 PM
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