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|I've been doing genealogy for 28 years since my|
mother passed away, wanting to know her relatives
better. I've done research at the Federal Achieves,
Southwest Division in Ft. Worth,Texas;
and the state archieves
in Lansing, Michigan as well.
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I believe it should be FREE not sold and not post or publish living people's info without their
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|David Brzezinski||RE: Thomas S. Brzezinski|
I did a little more research. Thomas and Frances Brzezinski lived at 1049 Webster. I will have to drive by next time I'm up there to see if I can remember the house and see if the building in the back is still there.
Hi Dana: The name of the cemetery is spelled Alto-Reste Cemetery, in Red Deer, Alberta. regards, Darcy
|Gibbens/Gaeta||RE: Ethmer Thelma Dickson|
ok, just let me know. I can transfer her to you or anyone else you want me too.
|Gibbens/Gaeta||RE: Ethmer Thelma Dickson|
if you want I can transfer her to you.
|Darcy Starrs||Emma Hueppelshueser|
Hi Dana : I see on Peter Hueppelshueser's Find a Grave page you have one of his daughters as Emma C. Shmidt. I was looking for some info on that and saw someone's family tree with spouse of Emma being a Frank Niss. They had 3 children. Do you think that could be correct ? Darcy
|Darcy Starrs||Otto Hueppelshueser|
Hi Dana : I am not a relative. I have been doing a favor for a friend of mine to put his family tree on Ancestry.ca He is Miles Thorburn. He is related to the Heuppelshueser's. His grandmother was Olga Rad Ford Swanson. Olga's sister Verna Rad married Harold Peter Hueppelshueser. We both recently went to the Alto-Reste cemetery to take some photos. As it turned out we actually missed the grave of Verna Rad and Harold Hueppelshueser. Part of the confusion was that there was a second Verna Hueppelshueser. As I have uncovered, her maiden name was Verna E. Taylor and married Hebert Merlin Hueppelshueser. She died in 1986. Merlin is Harold's brother. Verna Rad Hueppelshueser died in 2012. You are right, I believe, that Otto Hueppelshueser is the son of Peter Hueppelshueser from the U.S. Do you know what cemetery Peter and his wife are buried at ? I will be adding some photos to the Find a Grave pages soon. Regards, Darcy
|David Brzezinski||RE: # 3 Mary Brzezinski|
I know that my grandparents both moved to Traverse City from the farm in Cedar when I was a boy. They lived in a garage behind my Uncle Thomas's house somewhere off Garfield (I'm not sure I could identify the house). The garage had been converted to a cottage with two bedrooms and a great room with a oil burning furnace in the great room for heat. I remember that because I got to sleep on the couch and watch the fire through a little window in the furnace. I think this might have been around the time of their 60th wedding anniversary, which I attended (I was about 8 years). My grandfather died soon after that. I know that my grandmother (Mary) spent most of her last years in a hospital(?) and I don't think I ever saw her again after that.
|Jo||RE: Maxine Fewins Forton|
Thanks for letting me know - I appreciate your kindness! All the best - Jo
Added by Jo on Aug 20, 2016 6:37 AM
|David Brzezinski||Mary Brzezinski|
This is not a story I have been told. If we knew when, it might appear in a census. I will ask about it.
David J Brzezinski
Theresa (Ghasin) Richard's daughter Janet said her Great Grandmother Mary Brzezinski lived for a time at Bridgette Ghastin's farm.Bridgette and James did have a cherry farm and had living quarters for pickers. I can't quite remember where on the peninsula that they lived. I thought it was real close to town. Just asking if you knew.
|sharon cartwright||Good Job|
So glad you found another relative, you are doing so good with gathering and saving info on the people of that area, keep up the good work. Sharon
P.S. I transferred to you so you can add more history.
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