|Delanie Mann (Gardner) (#47792157)|
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My family research consists of the following:|
Dad's side: Gardner, Cole, Conner, Greathouse, Curry, Wilhite, Broyles, Windle, Terry, Duncan, Cheek, Stewart, Devault, Newby, and Henson.
Mom's side: Krolczyk, Placek, Narodowiec, Kostecka, and Lis.
Husband's line: Mann, Scranton, Connrad, Ziebarth, Taylor, Wilson, Jerred, Wiley, Hatch, Wells, Williams, Campbell, Nichols, Million, Boxalar, and Neal.
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|Eugene Downes||RE: Picture under Norman T Davis|
Here is some information on the Davis family and on Jim Reeder (my Wife's Father)
Sarah Davis family at time of her Obituary.
Husband: Oral C. Davis (Deceased)
#1 Son: James C. Reeder - Parker, Ariz.
#2 Son: Norman Davis - Phpoenix, Ariz.
#3 Son: Charles O. Davis - Grants Pass
#4 Daughter: Mrs. (Aunt Margie) Paul Folks - Medford
#5 Daughter: Mrs. (Aunt Lill) Max Huggins - Lomita, Calif.
#6 Daughter Mrs. (Aunt Rubie) Max Butford - Lindsay, Calif.
#7 Daughter Mrs. (Aunt Helen) Robert Peterson - Ashland
#8 Daughter (Aunt Evelyn) Mrs. Dale Mayben - Rocky Point
James Reeder being the oldest child was born 1910 Fayetteville, Arkansas, perhaps out of wedlock to a Johnson Clay who it was said worked at one of Sarah's father's sawmills . It was said that Johnson was care taking his Aunt's house, she was connected to some large News Paper. (NOTE: Many family members felt that Sarah Stinson and Johnson Clay were married, but according to the 1910 Fayetteville Census Johnson was still single and listed as a boarder in a private home. Close to this time period Johnson disappered not to return. ) Sarah moved to California, time not known, to be close to sister Effie Stinson Davis and where she married Effie's husbands Nephiew Orval C. Davis and gave burth to 7 more children . She later moved to Ashland, Oregon. Jim Reeder was a very sucessfull business man, he owned and operated his own logging business that operated up and down the West Coast up into Canada. He designed and built the first self loading logging truck in Southern Oregon and use to get called out to pick up logs lost from other logging trucks comming down steep grades. Everyone that knew him liked and respected him.
|Eugene Downes||RE: Picture under Norman T Davis|
Oops, my mistake which I have corrected. Blanch was related to Jim's wife's family so the person in question was Margie.
|Linda Jenkins Werts||RE: Emily Taylor photo request Lone Fir|
Just curious: how will you update my photo on a memorial that Val created?
|Linda Jenkins Werts||Emily Taylor photo request Lone Fir|
Emily is buried in an unmarked grave in Block 14 with other Hawthorne Asylum patients. The photo posted on her memorial is of Block 14. There are no surviving markers and most of the asylum records burned in 1888.
|NotYourTime||Mary Louisa Neuschander or Louisa Newschwander|
Which surname is correct? We have two separate and distinct spellings in the burial ledgers. We don't know which spelling is correct. Can you provide primary documentation for the spelling that you feel is correct? If not, I don't think that we need to worry about the two completely different spellings.
|Bruce Duncan||James Morrow|
Delanie, just sent you a photo of James' headstone. I have one other of him, and one of his wife if you want them for your records.
|Janice (Teel) Crites||RE: Richard and Martha Gardner|
I am so very sorry, but I can not help you. As you will notice, I only added the tombstone photo. The memorials were created by someone else, but were transferred to me, when the original creator evidently did not want to manage them anymore.
If you are related and would like management of the memorials I manage, please request the transfer through the the proper channels, and I would be glad to do so.
Family needs to be with family!
Unfortunately not all grave stones have survived.
Interments for Paul and Anna Marie Schneller are
based on Watonwan County Courthouse records and
files obtained from the Watonwan County Historical
Society. I would be happy to provide this information or contact information for the historical society.
Added by Bonnie on Jun 09, 2015 9:40 PM
|Ace||Ziebarth Family at St. Vincent's Cemetery|
Hi! Anthony and Eddie Ziebarth do not appear to have a grave marker. I visited there yesterday, and I did not see any markers in the burial plot where they are supposed to be buried. I will look again on my next visit.
Also there in a different area of the cemetery:
1. Catherine Ziebarth, 1883 - 1954
2. Martin W. Ziebarth, 1877 - 1955
If you add photo requests for them I will post the photos that I took.
Added by Ace on Oct 26, 2014 2:59 AM
|Martin Douglas Packer||MADINGLEY AMERICAN WAR CEMETERY, CAMBRIDGE|
I will try to satisfy your outstanding request for a grave image shortly; best wishes, Martin Packer; [Do not contact ‘Geoffrey Gillon’ about this.]
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