|Elyce Feliz (#47643408)|
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|Gary Martin Jr.||Francis Kennedy Jr|
He had another daughter; Elizabeth (you need to add). She was born in Ohio in 1818 and married Samuel Morgan. Francis Kennedy probably would have died at Sycamore, Hamilton, Ohio. I have him on an 1860 US Census living with daughter Elizabeth and her Morgan family in Sycamore. What would be his last census. 1860 United States Federal Census - Ohio - Hamilton - Sycamore - Page 36 on Ancestry.
Thank you for the information on Andreas. Where did you gather this info? Very much appreciated.
|James F. Kelly||RE: Clement Barnhorn Memorial# 75108914|
Thank you very much. I appreicate it.
|James F. Kelly||Clement Barnhorn Memorial# 75108914|
Clement Barnhorn Memorial# 75108914
Would it be possible to add a caption to your picture on Mr. Baarnhorn's Crucifixion sculpture to say something like:
The Crucifixion Sculpture was done by Mr. Clement Barnhorn It is Located in Saint John's Cemetery, St. Bernard, Ohio, to mark the family plot where his parents are buried.
|SoFlaMa||Emma Schmidt photo--THANK YOU!|
Oh, my goodness! Thank you! Thank you! I was so incredibly surprise to receive your note and see the photo of my great-grandmother's headstone! My goodness, I don't know why it should be so emotional, but it is.
A large part is due to the fact that the Senholzi side of the family has been a big mystery...until now. Thanks to various history/genealogy websites I just this very week found even more Senholzi relatives. There are a whole bunch of Eschenbachs and Schmidts who married the Senholzis, and they, too, are buried in Walnut Hills Cemetery.
My late father had tried in vain to research them pre-internet. He would have been so thrilled! I am going to have to devote quite some time to their findagrave.com entries for Walnut Hills.
Thanks again ever so much,
Added by SoFlaMa on Feb 17, 2012 8:23 PM
|K Guy||Lewis Bonnell|
If you take a closer look, you will indeed see that he died in his 46th year and not his 16th.
Added by K Guy on Feb 02, 2012 10:34 AM
Nothing here either.
Added by Linda on Jan 10, 2012 4:10 PM
|Linda||Gehringer, Charles & Hilda|
I do not see any photos on either of these pages. Is there a problem?
Added by Linda on Jan 10, 2012 4:04 PM
Thank you once again,for all of your helpful information and the transfer.I will put out a letter to them and see what they will tell me.-Mary
Elyce,Thank You sooo much for my Ostenkamps.The photos are just perfect.I dont know how I made the mistake on Frances's birth year.Iwould love the one fro August and Georgia.I didnt put them on as I didnt know where they were.I always assumed it was in Dayton.So mystery solved.
On your travels if you ever come across that last name again let me know,as they would all be related to me. Just let me know who it is and I will put on a photo request for you so you get the credit.
I went out yesterday to do photos.I am in Missouri,it was 62 here.I think that we all have been pretty lucky on account of good weather.
Thank you very much.-Mary
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