I think there was a marker for Mildred. I must have forgot to carry thru and create a memorial for her. I am sorry but I have already deleted my photos from this weeks work. I do believe her marker was beside John's, if you would look at his photos again you can see two larger markers side by side on the overall photo of the family "Horan" plot marker. I am sorry I done this. I live 35 miles from that Cemetery, but whenever I get back there I will go take another photo as I remember where the graves were. Anyway I will find out for sure.
|SD researcher||Horan family and Winner Cem.|
I also found a Mildred, Robert V and a Baby Horan all buried side by side. So I listed Mildred and attached photos for all
|Scott||RE: Joseph David Remillard|
Steve - I apologize for the misidentification. Thank you for contacting me. I've corrected the memorial. Would you like me to transfer it to you?
Added by Scott on Jun 29, 2014 1:29 PM
|HC Hughes||RE: Anna May Breslin Hays|
Hi Steve, thank you so much for contacting me.
I entered Anna's memorial based on St. Patrick's Cemetery records. Those records have only the birth year and date of death, no maiden name or birthplace. Normally my next step is a records search using Ancestry.com -- but I'm embarrassed to say that I tried searching for her again, just now, and the only result I can find that links her to parents with those names is a member's tree that is no longer accessible and possibly deleted. I don't typically trust the info in public trees unless they are well sourced, but I can't currently find a trustworthy source with the same info. (Which might explain why that member has since removed the tree!)
In the 1850 census for Perry, Brown County, Ohio, there is an Anne Breslin of approximately the same age (10 at time of census) who is listed in the same household as Hugh and Eliza Breslin -- but her birthplace is listed as Ireland and she does not appear to be their daughter (no relationships recorded). So at this point, I would NOT trust that information without further proof.
Since I am no relation to Anna, I'm transferring her memorial and her husband's memorial to you. I do hope you are able to track down her correct parents.
Best regards and happy researching,
|Therese Weierke||RE: Gruber|
There is another Gruber monument at Calvary Cemetery. My family was there on September 5, 2012.
It appears that your family is buried section 39 Block 3 of the cemetery.
My family is buried in section 32 block 2.
I have the entire list of all of the Grubers that are buried at Calvary Cemetery in St Paul MN
St Paul MN
Age Grave Lot Block Section
Adam 84 0 4 2 32
Joseph 74 5 4 2 32
Joseph 82 7 4 2 32
Augusta 79 1 4 2 32
Anna 70 2 4 2 32
Elfrieda 80 9 4 2 32
Elizabeth56 4 2 32
Henry 66 4 2 32
Margaret 80 6 4 2 32
Orville 3 4 2 32
Theresa 73 8 4 2 32
|Therese Weierke||RE: Gruber|
Yes. Calvary Cemetery in St Paul MN
This monument is for my Dad's family. My Dad's father was Edwin Gruber. Edwin Gruber's sisters, Elfreida and Margaret are buried next to this marker. My Dad(Richard Gruber)is buried at Calvary next to his Dad(Edwin Gruber), his brother (Robert Gruber) and his Mother(Emma Gruber). They are all buried close to the Gruber Headstone marker in Section 32, Block 21, lot 4.
My grandfather Edwin Gruber was the superintendent of the South St Paul Stockyards.
My Dad had another Brother Edwin John Gruber. Everyone called him John. John is buried in Montgomery MN.
|Rob Thomas||Gruber's at Calvary in St. Paul|
Over the weekend, I noticed another flat marker near the Gruber monument I photographed at your request last September. It's for Louise Gruber and it's larger and on the opposite side (NW) of the flat marker I found overgrown by sod for Joseph last fall. I will upload a photo soon.
Emiline Winterringer Lanphear would be my husbands gr grandmother. We live near where they are buried in Hartington. I will look to see if I have pictures in my files. Where are you from?
Are you related to these people. They are people on my husbands side of the family.
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