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I have been tracing my family history since 1981. My ancestry include: Cox, Sutphin, Houchins, Douglas, Gourley, Simerely, Hyder, Heine, Müller, Bauch, Zuck, Bertram, Puffpaff, Riedesel, Späth, Oberst, Katz, Henjes, Pinnow, Wegener/Wagner, & Kauso. I'd love to connect with "lost" family & I'd be happy to share what I have!|
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|Sara Taylor||Transfer completed|
and it didn't take as long as the original request.
|Sara Taylor||RE: Linking family members|
Sorry for the delay but I have linked the people you requested. I would be happy to turn the ownership of this memorial to you since you are obviously related. Let me know.
|Rick Redman||RE: Sarah Smithpeter Williams|
Thanks for responding. I had wondered who the two people with the footers "Mother" were. There are so many markers around with no info on them that absolutely no one knows who they are. I wish that I could identify them and place headstones on all of the graves. You should include the info that her marker only has the word "Mother" in the notes section of the memorial; that way someone won't spend the time to go to the cemetery looking for it. And who knows? Perhaps some good hearted person might actually put a marker with her name on it at the site - I've seen it done.
|Jill Harris||Possible relation|
Can you please check with each other. I just did something from a possible Pinnow. You may be realted and working on the same tree!
Jill, YOU WENT OUT THERE????????
Oh my gosh, you are terrific! and speedy, do you live close?
I hope you had a map and didn't have to search.
Here is what I am hoping. Someone must have seen the letter P at one point to call it "Putman".
I have been studying Old German Style letters this morning and I am thinking possibly the last letter is "w". See how the w looks like an "M" below??
I am coming to a conclusion that hopefully this is "Pinnow" What do you think? I have found a Maria (Mary) Pinnow that seems to connect to Bartelt.
I think I clearly see " _inno_ " (last letter looking like a "m", but may actually be "w".
How did you take that picture, soooo cool? Did you actually draw on the stone?
You are an angel!