|Kyle Eipperle (#48182891)|
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|phillipsp||RE: Jan Vomacka # 7199567|
I am so sorry that the photo is not very good. I don't have access to the original photos I took there any more. I spent many years researching Laurel Hill Cemetery and I do believe that Jan was an infant who died young (around one years old). At the time I was photographing the cemetery, I did keep a lot of notes and did do a lot of research (which unfortunately I do not have now).
I haven't been out to that cemetery in years. I just added more information to Dr. John Koutsky's memorial (#129768362), after seeing your comment. It appears that Marie (Mary) Vomacka was listed as John Koutsky's mother-in-law on the 1900 census, a widow. John was also listed as widowed. Julia, Frank, and John Vomacka (his sister and brother in-laws) were also living in the household. I do not have any additional information about Marie Vomacka's husband. It's possible Jan was a young child of hers who died young(although she would have been around 45 years of age at the time of his birth), or the child was one of her grandchildren.
|Teddy||RE: Anton and Marie (Wiserovsky) Sekavec|
I don't have any more information on your grandparents at this time. I will see if I can find any additional information.
Added by Teddy on Feb 07, 2016 11:19 AM
|Vern-O||RE: Henry Adson Ruggles|
No sorry I don't. I was down in Putnam county a year or so ago photographing headstones of my family and took a few volunteer photos, but didn't photograph the entire Lone Pine Cemetery.
Added by Vern-O on May 22, 2015 2:51 AM
|Keith Gee||RE: Eipperle Gravestone|
I have pictures of Frederika, Eunice & Wayne, Louis, Tommy G. I guess you would have to send me a regular email address that would accept picture files.
|Brad||RE: Charlotte and Friedrich Wascher Photos|
You are welcome. Not that the last name is misspelled on Charlottes stone.
Added by Brad on Feb 03, 2014 12:04 PM
|Kimberly G. Toelle||RE: Helena Schlecht|
Hi Kyle, sorry for the delay. My family tree program needed to be reinstalled on my computer, so I did not have access to my genealogy records. According to what I have, Helena was married to Ferdinand Frederick Wilhelm Wascher in 1882.