|Dale Schumpert (#47671694)|
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I have lived in St. Charles county, MO for the past 35 years. Born and raised in Ventura, CA.|
Lived in CA, SC, FL, and now MO.
My roots are with Schumpert and Bedenbaugh from SC, and Visser, Conway, and Hardgraves from Oklahoma and Akansas.
Feel free to use any pictures I have posted, that's what they're there for. I will be happy to transfer memorials.
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|Peter Vermaat||RE: Anna Visser|
Since we know from the marriage certificate that Anna is a daughter of Adrianus vermaat and Adriaantje Koedood, I found that she was born on September 18th 1869 in Barendrecht (10 Years Tables Barendrecht 1863-1872).
In another note I have that she must have died before July 22nd 1944 but I can't trace why I wrote that.
There is another weird thing about this family. In the 1900 Census the two eldest children listed (Etta and Lyda) must be born before 1893, so either these are children from an earlier marriage of Minne Visser, or they were born before that marriage. And then Anna became a mother at 17 or 18. Possible, but quite uncommon in those days.
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||RE: Catherina Smith|
oops, sorry I forgot! my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks again Dale!
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||RE: Transfers|
Thank you for the transfers. Yes, "Grandma" Smith is #94272927. On the memorial it now says "Catherine Smith" because I changed it from "Grandma" to "Catherine" because I am fairly certain this is her.
Anything you could tell me about that burial from the records you made copies of would be great. Not holding out too much hope as I assume you added the info you had and there's probably nothing else there, but I appreciate that you'll check for me, just in case!
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||RE: Catherina Thomas.|
thanks for getting back to me. I would be happy to have Catherina Thomas if you'd like to transfer.
Any ideas about "Grandma Smith"? In the very least, if there is no headstone or burial info, how do you know this name? Where did the info come from that allowed you to create the memorial? Anything for me to go on would be greatly appreciated!
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||Schmidt/Smith Families|
thank you Dale!
|RCS||Stansbrough, Ruth R 155535030|
Thankyou Dale, that was unexpected; but I will take good care of her. Ruth was the wife of Dr Stansbrough, a classmate and colleague of my father.
Added by RCS on Apr 29, 2016 11:53 AM
|Wendy Vogt Szallay||RE: Frederika Vogt|
Thank you Dale. I'm glad that I "found" her. I wish I knew more as to how she came to live there.
Wendy Vogt Szallay
|Schatzie Moore||RE: Carter Cemetery|
Hello! I so appreciate you getting back with me. Unfortunately, this is not the cemetery that I am curious of. It is not on Find a Grave! So, I have a spring project, before the snakes come out!!
It is a huge old concrete walled cemetery, no less. So I will stop in and speak with the home owners that are next to it. When I, hopefully, have a name I will let you know...
|Schatzie Moore||Carter Cemetery|
Where exactly is the Carter Cemetery please??
|Vicki Edwards||Thank You - Marsh Transfers & Cemetery Info|
Thanks again for the cemetery info on Daniel & Nancy Wilder Marsh buried at Ivanhoe Cemetery. And I appreciate you offering to transfer their memorials to me, received them this morning. The info on Daniel's War of 1812 service is especially helpful to confirm he is the Daniel Marsh "Jr" I am looking for!
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