|Brenda H (#48257463)|
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My maiden name is Lauer. I grew up on a farm at Flush Kansas. I've been interested in genealogy for years. I try to link as many family members as possible, parent's, spouse's and children. Some of my family were the first settlers at Flush KS coming from Luxembourg, Germany, & France. |
I want my memorials to be correct, so please let me know if you find an error!
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|Judy Mayfield||Granman Lantz|
I am honestly not sure which is the correct spelling. I suspect I may have added the name Granman in error. Since we are required to post what is on the stone I will correct the spelling to Granmam. Thanks for letting me know.
|J. Fiegener||Evelyn Fiegener Zoeller|
Hi Brenda - I've added a photo of Evelyn's headstone for you. If you want to link her to her husband Don, his memorial is #147291870. (I'm also contacting the creator of his memorial so it may have already been done.) I recognize the Lauer name as being in the Fiegener family, so I'm guessing you are a relative. Evelyn was my sister-in-law.
|Polli Sunshine||George Family|
Hello distant cousin!
I noticed today that we are both great-great-granddaughters of Samuel Erastus George and Mary Edwards George. Nice to meet you!
|Donna Fitch||RE: Schlegel's|
I am afraid I can't take credit for the effort. I have permission from Roger Goodman to use his photo's from rootsweb. I acknowledged him with the picture. I noticed how old some of these requests were so I checked with him so they could be fulfilled. I am glad I could help.
|searcher||Deaath of Barbara Bever|
I saw the message you left on G. Bever's site asking about the death of Barbara Bever, wife of Jonas Bever. In the application for Civil War pension that he made (based on the service of his son) he notes that his wife Barbara died 13 August 1873 in Pulaski County, Indiana while they were living there. In the file he notes that he lived 1862-1873 in Watseka, Iroquois County, Illinois; in 1873 in Pulaski County, Indiana; 1873-1880 in Warren County, Indiana; 1880-1887 in Woodson County, Kansas; and 1887-1889 in Cowley County, Kansas.
I have never seen any information on where Barbara was buried in Indiana. Let me know if you find anything. My line comes from Jonas to Absalom to Alonzo to John Charles Bever.
Added by searcher on Aug 13, 2014 9:42 PM
You're very welcome Brenda! If there's anything else I can do, don't hesitate to ask.
Added by Sue on Aug 05, 2014 1:48 PM
|Sue||RE: Sr Sebastian Dekat|
I'll do that very soon. :)
Added by Sue on Jul 31, 2014 3:20 PM
|Georgia Smith||RE: Phillip Budenbender|
Brenda, You are welcome. I talked and walked with the president of the cemetery association yesterday. He had his book out and no stone, Sorry. Georgia
|Sue||Fr. Colman Farrell|
I got your note about where you say he was from but I took his obit info off of St. Benedicts sight. Who is right?
Added by Sue on Jul 24, 2014 8:39 AM
|GLC||RE: Barbara Schmitt Lintz|
The copy of the book at the Kansas Historical Society Library at the Museum goes thru 2010. On page 32 it lists
Barbara Lintz 1833 - 1891, Louis Lintz 1865 - 1870, Joseph Lintz 1873 - 1875 and Lena Lintz 1875 - 1877.
Barbara Schmitt the daughter of Philip Schmitt from Kniersheim, Alsace was married to Louis Lintz. To this union were born Michael,Lucy, Katherine and Rose ( Mrs. Frank Eckart ). Lucy never married and is buried here with her mother, having died in 1895. Louis Lintz is buried in Scipio, Kansas. Also buried with their mothe are Louis, Joseph and Lena Lintz.
Louis Lintz 1835 - 1913 in Scipio, KS
find-agrave # 113576136
Pages 209 - 211 have the obituaries of the Lintz
in St. Joseph Cemetary.
Happy Hunting GLC
Added by GLC on Jul 09, 2014 3:38 PM
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