|Linda Shepard Salzer (#48123134)|
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|I originally became interested in genealogy in the 1970s, but have taken long breaks from working on it. Recently resumed.|
Feel free to respectfully use photos I post on this site. Happy to transfer.
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|BobBoston||RE: Timothy Sullivan photo|
You are very welcome, Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
|BobBoston||Timothy Sullivan photo|
Memorial #: 69056666
You posted wrong photo.
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||Re: North Cambridge Catholic Cemetery|
Thank you for all your pics, corrections and updates for the memorials that I've set up for this cemetery - you've been a tremendous help and I truly appreciate all your work.
Regards, Sharon Lavash Hawkins
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: Arthur Gautreau|
Could you dbl-check the Year of Death for Arthur for me? I was updating the marker info. and I can't tell if it's 1930, 1980 or 1990, sorry :)
Thanks for your help,
Sharon Lavash Hawkins
(North Cambridge Catholic Cemetery, Rindge Ave.)
|Beverly Rolf Miller||Otto Henning|
There are several different Henning families in the Concordia area. I know according to the Alma Trinity Lutheran Church book, there was a Carl and Dorthea nee Sprecker Henning attending church there and as much as I know they are not related to my husbands Henning relatives. I believe there was also Hennings living in the Corder Missouri area which is in the Concordia and Alma area
|Beverly Rolf Miller||Otto Henning|
Otto Henning is my husband's great-uncle. The information that appears on his site was taken from the Henning Family History book. I think you must have him confused with another Otto Henning.
|Betty Allaire||RE: Hennings|
Did you look at the Henning surname listed at the Forest Lawn in Glendale. For any of your relatives that may be laid to rest there. It is less then 5 miles between Glendale Forest Lawn & Hollywood Hills Forest Lawn. I looked up and added some new Henning to the Find A Grave for the Forest Lawn Glendale location.
Viola Henning is buried just of the right of the entrance of Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills. The location is behind the waterfall under the grand white marble sculptures her grave is at the base of the first sculpture.
The only family surnames of mine that would be in your area would be Allaire, Jeters, Jeter, Lemons, Leclerc, Harriman or Raymond.
If You have a photo request in my area you can
E-mail me at email@example.com
Thanks for all the help on your end of the state..
|Betty Allaire||RE: Mayme Nell Henning|
Laid to rest next to Leonard J Henning is the grave of Mayme Nell Henning. I believe that this may be his wife but not sure.... I created a memorial for her if you would like me to transfer management over to you I would be happy to do so or any of the other Henning that I have listed on Find A Grave. Just let me know witch one and I will transfer over to you...
Thank for keeping my request in mind.
|Betty Allaire||RE: Thanks!|
Your very welcome.
I hope that you will keep me in mind. If you every get up to Lawrence, Essex MA.
In the early 1900's my husbands family moved to Lawrence MA from Canada. Some of his aunts & uncles were born in the US. No one knows why they abruptly moved back to Canada.
Rumor in the family is that no one in the USA would help when their children got sick & passed away from their illness.. All the remaining children were forbidden to speak English in the house...
I think I found the 3 babies Joseph, Alphonsine & George Allaire were all born in Lawrence to the parents of Alphonse & Marie Ruel Allaire. They were a poor immigrants family & I don't think There is a marker for the 3 little ones.
I would love If someone could get a photo of the surrounding area were they are laid to rest..
PS they are buried at the Immaculate Conception Cemetery Lowrence Essex County Massachusetts.
Thinks for listening.
The Allaire Family
|Betty Allaire||Henning laid to rest at Forest Lawn|
I am a volunteer & I will be fulfill your photo request for Viola Henning. I notice that buried a few graves down is the grave of Julius Henning. Is this a Henning's marker you wish to have a photo of as well...
Let me know A.S.A.P
Glad to help.
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