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|Like many others, I also found Find a Grave by mistake and have enjoyed finding relatives from all over.|
I mostly want to Thank all who have labored to add photos etc. to my memorials. Thank You All!
I believe family should have family, so I would be happy to transfer any memorial, unless I keep them for future "family ties" connections. With Find a Grave I always hope to find lost family for sharing and photos!
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|One Foot In The Grave||RE: Dr William Griffin memorial|
Sure, would be happy to get the obituary. Can you email it to:
|Laurie Bickel Machen||John and Catherine Herzog|
Hi JuJu, I notice you posted John and Catherine Herzog Find A Grave page at St Patrick Cemetery in Amboy, IL. Lee County. Do you know you John's parents are? I'm working on Wilmemina Herzog family tree for William Machen and we believe they our in our family tree. John had a uncle name William that had a daughter name Lulu. Or could this be you? Please let me know.
|Memories From The Mist||Thank you!|
Thank you for the great updates you've been sending my way...take care...
|Mary Jo (Brem) Moore||Zella Brem Johns|
Thanks for your message. You don't need to transfer her to me. I am not sure she is my family, but it is a little hunch. Her name is Harriet. Her husband was Philander. She had a son, Edward L. Bartholomew, who married a Jennie Barber at one time. I don't know anything about her. My great grandmother was adopted between 1874-1879. She claimed she was born in Quincy (but there are no records) and that her father was Edward Bartholomew, mother unknown. I have hit what I believe to be a permanent wall with this one-and he is the only Edward B. that would even remotely fit in the entire state of Illinois. So I know quite a bit of stuff on their family, but personally, do not know if I am related.
Added by Sara G. on Apr 22, 2014 3:36 PM
|Alva Van Houten ||Jessie (Vaughn) Miller|
My research shows Jessie married to (1) Herbert Deck and (2)George E. Miller who was born around 1889. She was divorced from both husbands. I do not have anything on a Rolla Miller unless that I a nickname for George. I hope this helps.
|R Kirk||Gertrude Schlichenmaier McCabe|
I added the link to her mother Minnie as you asked.Thanks Bob
Added by R Kirk on Feb 05, 2014 6:34 PM
Thank you JuJu, I thought I was finding another descendant I was unaware of, and noticed the dates, I appreciate your follow up with me and continued investigation into Mason. I initially thought perhaps with the original listed birth years, he might have been a brother? to William Miller.
Added by PME on Feb 01, 2014 9:10 AM
|Rick Valentine||RE: Fred Valentine Jr|
Julie: I am excited!
First: I had requested to have my grandfather Fred Matthew Valentine Jr. transferred to me months ago. I see that has finally happened, now I can do links on that page.
Second: If you are related to the Laudenbach's (your husband) then Your husband is my cousin. Contact me direct at email@example.com we could share info. I have been working on linking family on Find-A-Grave.
|The Angel Hunter||Myron Sheldon|
Originally, the information on the Myron James Sheldon that I entered in the Catholic Cemetery in Oregon City, was obtained from a paper cemetery index. There may be a headstone, I did not photograph all the headstones, and many still need to be published.
I did a little further research. This same Myron appears in the Oregon Death index with the same June 1919 death date. He also appears registering for the WWI draft in Clackamas COunty, Oregon. From the draft registration card, I found his birth as September 1, 1890 in Sartell, Minnesota. The card indicated he had a wife and one child.
If your Myron died in Oregon, then this is your man. Often, I find when only a death year is used in family records, it is a approximation. ie., abt 1918 ect.
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