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That's great info. to have. I always thought my great-grandfather was her second husband. If you run across or create memorial pages for her first two husbands, let me know and I'll link her memorial to them
Added by RKD on Dec 03, 2013 4:26 PM
|D. E. Beeson||Theodore Dittfurth|
Thank you on providing the correct cemetery.
|Edgar Dohmann||RE: Wilhelmine Dornburg|
The familysearch.org website shows that she and Jacob Meisenhelder were married on 2 May 1907 or 20 May 1907. There are two transcriptions for their marriage record - one says 02 May and the other says 20 May. Unfortunately, the original pages are not on line there.
The 1900 census shows that she and Fred Alex were married for 24 years which would put that marriage about 1876. Her Alex children were born between 1880 & 1902.
|Edgar Dohmann||Rudolph Alex|
I have transferred his memorial to your care. Let me know if there are any others that you would like to have.
|Andy Baker||Re: Ada Short Blanks|
I believe that you're absolutely right about Ada being a child of Jacob and Emma Short. To connect her, you'll have to link her to them from her memorial page.
It's neat to see in the obits of both Ada and her husband Will, that my grandfather, Dudley Baker, was a pallbearer for each of them.
|Eugene Cornelius||Roland's obit|
Roland A. Heldt, 78, of Alice died Thursday in a local hospital.
He was born Oct. 27, 1910, in Nordhiem, son of Robert and Alvina Borchers Heldt. He and his brother, Arno Heldt, began the partnership of Heldt Brothers Trucks in 1931 and were pioneers in the oil field trucking business. They worked with the Texas Railroad Commission to develop a stable rate structure for truckers in Texas. Heldt Brothers is one of the few remaining rig moving businesses.
Prior to forming the partnership, he was a carrier between DeWitt County and San Antonio.
Mr. Heldt was a charter member of the Oil Field Haulers Association and a charter member and organizer of Transport Insurance and organizer of the TMTA, a transportation organization. In addition, he was a member of Immanuel Lutheran church of Alice and had been a resident of Alice since 1945.
Funeral services will be at 10am Saturday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Alice. Graveside services will follow at 3:30 pm Saturday at the Lutheran Cemetery in Yorktown.
Surviving are his wife, Agnes Heldt of Alice; a daughter, Fay Holt of Yorktown; five sisters, Junell Barth of Yorktown, Georgie Williams of Conroe, Marilyn Korth of Cuero, Frances Gates of Del Rio and Violet June Gohlke of Corpus Christi; one brother, Eddie Heldt of Yorktown; and three grandchildren.
In lieu of usual remembrances, memorials contributions may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church Memorial Fund or the Alzheimer Research Foundation.
All arrangements are under the direction of Holmgreen Mortuary of Alice
|Eugene Cornelius||Roland Heldt|
I had transferred Roland's to you before I saw the request to the obit. Thus, you will have to add it yourself.
Hi Daniel, I've talked to my mother who knew Jane and the names add up for her, so I'm sure you are right on. Apparently, Jane was married a few times before she married my great grandfather, Ernest Barsch. Do you have any of those husbands names? If so, I'd be happy to make the links. Are you related to Jane?
Added by RKD on Jun 24, 2013 8:10 PM
Hi Daniel, I received your request to link to Jane Heldt Barsch's parents. I notice though that Jane is not listed as a child of Frederick in his obituary. Are you certain of this relation?
Added by RKD on Jun 24, 2013 4:56 PM
|Beverly Ackermann Jobe||RE: Zies|
Daniel, I have transfered Fred to your care. I will let you make the connections with his parents. I believe that family belongs with family. I'm so pleased that you have taken an interest in Find A Grave (at such a young age). I have been on this site for over 4 years and have added as many of my family as I can. There are others in my distant family that have added some so I don't have ownership of all of them. But that's OK too. I worn you, it can become addictive. I remember seeing you as a little boy coming to church with your grandmother and watching you grow into a fine your man. Best of luck in your future endeavors and keep up the good work. Beverly Jobe
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