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BILL SLEMMER (#47841291)
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Bio Photo After service as an Army Officer from 1966-1973 during the Viet Nam era, as a career civil servant in the National Park Service for 25 years, and working in the Telluride School District for 14 years, I finally have time to devote to genealogy and photography in Western Colorado. Ancestors and relatives in Blair, Clearfield, and Jefferson counties, Penna., and Germany. Also extended family in Maine, Wisc., Minn., Ill., Kan., Colo., and Calif. Find my family tree on with over 9,000 related individuals: Schlemmer-Weber-Kuhnley, et al 2013(1). IF YOU ARE A SCHLEMMER FROM THE PUNXSUTAWNEY AREA OR OHIO, WE ARE RELATED! Please contact me! I published the book: "Hans Schlemmer, Mayor & Blacksmith, Zweibrücken-America 1480-2014" in cooperation with Herr Thomas Besse. The Schlemmer families lived in Zweibrücken and Althornbach in the Southwestern region of Germany along the French border, now called the Rhineland-Palatinate.

I can take cemetery fotos in Ouray, San Miguel, Montrose, Delta, Gunnison, San Juan, and other counties in SW Colorado.
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Lennie Clayton Abbott
I have a death certificate stating this is Horace and Margaret's daughter.I also found her find a grave at Traer Cemetery in Kansas. It is 156393851

I have put in edits to comply with death cert. The death cert states Robert Hiram Abbott to be her husband, I thought it was Darrel Robert Abbott. Can you help me out?

If you would like this death cert, let me know.

Added by NJB on May 18, 2016 2:38 PM
Hiram M. Barrett
Hi Bill, I am searching for the grandparents of Hiram Barrett through his father Andrew. Thank you. Denny McDowell.
Added by dennym on May 05, 2016 6:01 PM
Hamburg Cemetery
Hi Bill & Gail,
Just arrived home about a week ago from a family trip. Trying to catch up with cousins. I was able to visit Hamburg Cemetery and acquire some photos with a little better view, as there is hardly anything growing there. I am putting them on find a grave. I have only added a few to this date, will continue to add more.

Added by NJB on May 05, 2016 12:43 PM
Mrs. Pearl
Thank you.
Thank you for trying to find the burial of my ancestor Maybelle Cushman at Lone Tree. I understand you were not successful in locating her grave or finding any record of her within the cemetery records. I appreciate the time you put into working on locating her.
Added by Mrs. Pearl on Aug 13, 2015 6:41 AM
Bill Mays
I am researching Anna Elizabeth Barrett 1848=1913, Married to Ezra Wilson Mays. Father and Mother George and Julian.

Bessie was married to William Baylor, who was widowed from a Mays Girl, Eva Jane.

Bill Mays
Added by Bill Mays on Jul 06, 2015 12:35 AM
Gino Lazzarini
Thank you so much for the cemetery photo of Gino's headstone. I really appreciate it.
Added by Joy on Jun 13, 2015 4:34 PM
Delinda Carpenter Clayton
Bill & Gail,

I have Delinda as being born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I happen to be going there in October. It is the county seat, is there anything you would like me to look for?

Added by NJB on May 26, 2015 8:40 AM
Gloria Barnes
Frank & Claudia Schramm
Hi - Thank you so much for taking and posting the photo of Frank & Claudia's monument for me. I sure appreciate it. Gloria
Added by Gloria Barnes on May 09, 2015 4:25 PM
That is fine. Thank you for all your help. I am going to transfer Maggie to you, you know so much more about the family then I ever dreamed of. Thank you,
Added by NJB on Apr 28, 2015 8:29 AM
Martha Remington
I think I should wake up before using the computer. Sent one message empty and could not spell in the other. Sorry. I meant to say, may we use this picture in our family trees.
Thank you,
Added by NJB on Apr 28, 2015 7:58 AM
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