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Dana (#48267158)
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I've been doing genealogy for 24 years since my
mother passed away, wanting to know her relatives
better. I've done research at the Federal Achieves,
Southwest Division in Texas;
and the state a
chieves as well.
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Angela Flees
Information in book "Butcher's Dozen"
The story about Sister Janine in this book says that Joseph Flees who married Mary was a brother to Jacob Flees but the other versions and the information i have say he was a cousin. Do you happen to know which is correct.
Added by Angela Flees on Sep 10, 2014 7:37 PM
Patrick G. Magee
RE: Rountrees
I married Marcia Rountree,,,she's Rick's sister
Added by Patrick G. Magee on Aug 24, 2014 4:56 AM
Angela Flees
The Errant Nun
Just finished reading this book and i agree with the author that there wasnt any proof to convict Stanislawa. I enjoyed reading Mardi's book more as this one had a lot more legal and testimony in it, but was glad to get the picture of Jacob Flees.
Added by Angela Flees on Aug 10, 2014 7:26 AM
Angela Flees
Errant Nun
I was able to interlibrary loan a copy of the book. Library told me last Thursday that it is in the process of being shipped to my local library so I should have it soon.
Added by Angela Flees on Aug 04, 2014 4:09 AM
David Brzezinski
RE: Photos of Mt. Calvary
Yes, I am Paul Brzezinski's son. I believe that you are a 3rd cousin through Catherine Fleis? I come up to Traverse City several times a year to visit my parents and other relatives. I have been working with my father on the family tree and I have a lot of interest in finding living relatives and how they are related to us. I have been taking photos of gravestones at Mount Calvary Cemetery at Isadore. It turns out to be a lot more work than I thought, especially since some of the grave sites are sinking and very hard to read.

David Brzezinski
Added by David Brzezinski on Jul 29, 2014 8:12 PM
Angela Flees
Mary Fleis
Do you happen to know anything about Mary Fleis who married Martin Brzezinski. She was born in 1880 and passed in 1971. She was the daughter of Thomas Flies and Josephine Kelinski. She also had one brother John still in Poland and 5 sisters, 4 of them were nuns in Chicago at the time of her death.
Added by Angela Flees on Jul 02, 2014 8:03 PM
Angela Flees
RE: Isadore's Secret
Who is your great great grandfather?
Added by Angela Flees on Jul 01, 2014 5:12 AM
Angela Flees
Joseph Raymond Send
I have added an obituary and memorial to find a grave for Joseph who passed away in February 14, he went to Immaculate Conception Church in Traverse City but his obituary does not list where he is buried. Do you have any ideas? Covell Funeral Home had the arrangements.
Thanks, Angela
Added by Angela Flees on Jun 30, 2014 5:03 AM
Angela Flees
Isadore's Secret
Have you read the book "Isadore's Secret" by Marti Link. It has some good pictures and lots of interesting information from the early 1900's about Isadore, Michigan and it's Catholic church. There is a picture of a few of the Flees relatives from way back in the day; one was a brother to my great-great-great grandfather who was the handyman at the church and another one is of their cousin, he married the daughter of the housekeeper that killed the nun in the story but he changed his last name to Fliss and moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I have his and his wife's obituaries; looking for who his father would have been because that would have been another branch to look at but it wasn't listed.
Added by Angela Flees on Jun 30, 2014 4:07 AM
Ann A
RE: Hueppelsheusers
I finally got to the Enid Library and found the obits for Harold and Ruth. They are buried in Memorial Park Cemetery and they both have sites you created. Both obits were in the Enid News & Eagle. They didn't copy well, but I have them if you want copies send me your e-mail and I will send them to you.
Sorry it took so long.

Ruby's obit reads

Funeral services for Mrs. H. V. (Ruth) Hueppelsheuser, 68, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Henninger-Allen Chapel with Rev. Bob Moorehead officiating. Burial will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of the Henninger-Allen Funeral Home. She died in a local hospital Monday following two weeks in the hospital.
She was born in Dewey County near Oakwood, Aug. 16, 1901 and was raised and attended school in Dewey and Blaine Counties. She taught grade school for many years at several locations including Okeene, Longdale and Hunter.
The former Ruth Wills, she married H. V. Hueppelsheuser Dec. 3, 1932 at Okeene and they established their home in Enid. She had lived here the majority of her adult life, except for a brief period due to her husband's work in oil production. She and her husband owned and operate the H. V. Hueppelsheuser Drilling Service until his retirement.
He preceded her in death Jan, 1969.
She was a member of Davis Park Christian Church.
Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Ned (LaDonna) Dillman, Wichita Falls, Tex.; two grandchildren; two brothers, Roy Wills, Enid and Cash Wills, Denver; and one sister, Mrs. Opal Sickles, Longdale.
Added by Ann A on Jun 24, 2014 3:46 AM
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