|Nancy Berntson (#47687744)|
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|Don Green||RE: Ackerman, Donald|
You're very welcome for the photos, Nancy. Glad I could help out ! Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you.
|Pam Cairns Palmer||Snow|
Thank you so much for telling me that you guys had snow. I don't think about that too much...I am in Alabama. I'll gladly wait until the snow melts for the photo. Be safe and stay warm.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Oscar William Ackerman|
You're welcome. If you click on the area photo, you will see that there are several other Ackermans buried next to him. I've made sure they are all on this site and have photos, as well.
|Frank and Heather James||RE: Marcia Lea Overman|
Yes I am related. Melvin and Erma (Jean) were my grandparents. Unfortunately, Larry is my father. But Linda and Phyllis are my aunts.
|Beverly Atherley||Daniel John Atherley|
Thank you for the time and effort you took to get a picture of my father-in-law;s headstone. Thanks for taking care to get a nice picture. Bev
|Mitzi Sharbono||RE: George Reineke|
Yes that is correct. George, Walter, Roy Norvin, Roy Jay, Me. Hope that clears it up.
|Nancy J. Miller||Jane Upton Lee|
Nancy, I just saw your msg from August and apologize for not answering. Yes, Jane is my 3x g-grandmother - if you are related, let me know and we will communicate privately. Nancy in IL
|Emery Metzler||Fred and Caroline Torrance|
I got their obits today and emailed them to the address listed on your contributor page.
|Melinda Ramey||RE: Edith Elenor Rhamy|
My husband's father actually changed the spelling for his line - made it easier for people to spell. But, the name actually originated as Remy and we know of at least 19 variations! The first people into America (for my husband's line) were French Huguenots who came as indentured servants to Virgina in 1654. I'm sorry to say that your family member rings no bells with me - but keep searching. There are many Rhamy people out there - some even in his line that continued that spelling. Good luck in your searching!
|Diana||RE: Edith Elenor Wagner Rhamey|
You have to remember that the Rhamey name was spelled many different ways. When doing your research you need to check as many spelling of the name as you can. Remember that in the 1800's not all had good educations, so they would spell the names as they thought it sounded. My mother was a Shellman. In some of the families they spelled it Shelman and Shellman. It can be hard but you can find so much more by running the name different ways. Census takers also spelled the name as it sounded. Hope this helps.
Added by Diana on Oct 23, 2013 11:13 PM
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