|Peggy Litzo (#47825648)|
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Got bit by the "genealogy bug" years ago - taking over from my Aunt who started this in the early 50's. Using this site has made me want to show more links between family members and also to try and help others with information as I have been helped in the past. |
As I research my family if I notice additions or corrections I try to send them off to whoever manages the memorial. "Teamwork" has always been one of my favorite words and this site seems to call for a lot of it.
Anyone who notices changes that need to be done or additions to any of the memorials I have - please send me a message and will be glad to correct.
The picture is of one of my beautiful little Yorkies Skye. She is a big showoff and loves attention.
Anyone who wishes may use my photos. If you send me your email I will try and pull the original and send it to you.
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|Jim and Mary||Mary Magdalena Durr Jaeger|
Hi Peggy, I transferred Mary to you since she was Gottlieb's daughter. Not sure if you're familiar with the sad stories of Mary's daughter, Sophia, and her husband, James Averell who, along with his nephew Ralph, were victims of the lawless west.
|Jim and Mary||RE: Durr|
Hi Peggy, You're very welcome. I'm happy you found some of your relatives. Mary
|Misty||Emanuel & Glenda Eisenbraun|
I am so sorry to report that despite walking the Wall Cemetery twice, I was unable to find either of these graves. There are dozens of Eisenbrauns buried in that cemetery, and I took pics of ALL of their graves :) so if you need any others, they will be posted shortly. Unfortunately the City office was closed today so I could not double check their plat map or registry. I will leave this request open on Find A Grave; if all else fails, I will probably be back up that direction before winter and I will try to be there on a weekday if possible. I'm so sorry I was unable to find them.
Added by Misty on May 04, 2013 5:04 PM
|James Seidelman||Laurel & St.Anthony Cemt.|
The Laurel Cemetery is in the front part of the cemetery. There is a road in the back that separates it from the Saint Anthony Catholic Cemetery. Also in the front they've added the Veteran's National Cemetery.
I think he should be moved to the Catholic Cemetery. His obit just said Laurel Cemt. and there are three cemeteries in one area outside of Laurel near the small airport and about a mile from my friends home on Yard Office Road.
Hulda Helena Eisenbraun Capen
Birth: Feb. 16, 1922
North Dakota, USA
Death: Nov. 3, 2003
The daughter of Heinrich Jakob and Regina Kraemer Eisenbraun; Hulda was born in Otter Creek, North Dakota. She was the youngest of 7 children. Her siblings were Alfred Henry, Regina Fredericka, Gotthelf Alvin, Jacob, Olivia Otillie and Irene Maria.
She married Arnold G Capen on Oct 11, 1952. They had no children. She was survived by her husband Arnold her sister Oliva and many nieces and nephews.
Arnold G Capen (1919 - 2010)
Saint Anthony Catholic Cemetery
|Jeff Harvey||RE: Steinbacher / Steinbach|
My pleasure, Peggy!! Perhaps the best thing about Find A Grave is doing this little bit for folks who live far away!!! It's even BETTER when you find MORE people than who you're looking for!!!
|Roibeard53||RE: Eisenbraun and Jones|
You're very welcome, Peggy. If you have any others in the area feel free to make the requests as I am close by. Take care.
|Margie D||Naescher transfers|
Thank you so much for transferring the Naescher family to my care. There are several I know nothing about, like those in Texas, but hopefully I'll be able to link them up with someone who does know. Your work is greatly appreciated!
Added by Margie D on Apr 09, 2013 12:15 PM
|Beth Bailey||Just wanted to|
wish you a Happy Easter !
|Ellen Bishop||RE: Eisenbraun and Willuweit transfers|
yes that is part of it , we all want to be paid what we think we are worth, these people couldn't know what they were doing was worth to others. Because there are people in that listing that are not anywhere else recorded, those deaths before 1906 and even later, cemetery records are spotty to say the least, despite best efforts they are just not what they should be, and that list has them on it, have not idea as I said where they got them. Sometimes stones are stolen or broken and they were the only record of where that person was buried.
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