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Ellen Spelger Heidenreich (#47763254)
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Carolyn Crabtree
RE: saint patrick cemetery
The Boyle County Cemetery Records book is out of print and unavailable for sale, but there should be copies in the Harrodsburg, Stanford, and Boyle County Libraries. If you do not live in the area I can mail you a copy of that list, but I need a mailing address. I can also e-mail the list, but I cannot get your private e-mail to work from this site for some reason.
Added by Carolyn Crabtree on Oct 20, 2015 7:43 AM
Frank K.
RE: Johann Bodner
I don't know any more details about the Bodner family. My four entries in the Alter Stadtfriedhof Dachau were found in the interment records for this cemetery.
Added by Frank K. on Oct 07, 2015 12:10 PM
Carolyn Crabtree
RE: Germantown-Saint Patrick Cemetery
The cemetery is located on KY 37 (White Oak Road) as you go south out of Junction City. The cemetery is also known as Saint Francis of Assisi. Leaving Junction City off KY 300 between US 127 (Hustonville Road) and KY 34 (Lebanon Road) you will travel about 4-5 miles and at the top of a steep hill called Catholic Knob the cemetery road turns off to the left. There is a sign there that says St. Francis of Assisi. There was a church there for the German/Austria settlers, but it burned a number of years ago. The cemetery is all that is left there and is kept up by a Catholic group in Springfield, I believe.
Added by Carolyn Crabtree on Oct 01, 2015 2:48 PM
Delores Eisenbeis
RE: Michael Bodner

Just transferred this to you. Michael Bodner was not actually related to me. As I'm certain you know, he married Catherine Kuriger, who was a daughter of Meinrad Kuriger (born in Switzerland). I believe he was a relative of my great grandfather, Joseph Dominik Maria Kuriger. Do you have a photo of the garage that Michael owned? I do if you'd like me to send a copy.

Delores Eisenbeis
Added by Delores Eisenbeis on Sep 21, 2015 7:28 PM
Charlie O
RE: johanna bodner heidenreich
Once I transfer the memorial to you I don't think that I can delete it. You will probably need to delete the the memorial that you added which is the newer of the two and make any links that you had on yours to the one that I created.
Charlie O.
Added by Charlie O on Sep 17, 2015 10:38 AM
Mike Denis
RE: Anton Bodner
I've found two Anton Bodners on Find A Grave. Do you mean the one b. 1847 d. 1906?
Added by Mike Denis on Sep 16, 2015 8:26 AM
Tom Stonehunter
RE: nick Heidenreich
Ellen, you're welcome. The family appears in 1910 and 1920 censuses, but may be in the 1900 Cincy-area census. Search 1900 Ohio, Hamilton County, Mill Creek Township, St. Bernard for Nicholas Hemrick, born 1865 in Germany. That family matches yours... wife=Josephine, son=John, son=Charles, dau-Clara, etc., plus a couple extra names. Don't know for sure ???
Added by Tom Stonehunter on Sep 10, 2015 2:50 PM
Phyllis Townsley
RE: Albert C. Heidenreich
Sorry for the delay in answering. If you click the tab, Contributor Tools, at the right top of your Find A Grave page, you will find "Questions and Answers." Click on "Frequently Asked Questions," "Editing & Correcting Memorial Information" and "How Do I Get a relative's memorial transferred to me?" Lots of good info.
Added by Phyllis Townsley on Sep 09, 2015 9:35 PM
Phyllis Townsley
RE: Albert C. Heidenreich
Hi Ellen, I will be happy to transfer the memorial even though it is out of the Find A Grave requirements. Would you like the memorial for his wife also? Nice to keep families together!
Added by Phyllis Townsley on Sep 08, 2015 4:42 PM
Andrea Orenduff
james a henderson
Hey lady, check the image I just posted of James A Henderson's tombstone, as far as I can tell his death was 1879 instead of 1874. If you agree can you change his death date on the memorial? Hit me up here or on Facebook :)
Added by Andrea Orenduff on Aug 02, 2015 8:31 AM
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