|Sharon Rogers (#48355928)|
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I started working on our family tree over 20 years ago. It was just in the last year that I got serious and started making real progress. Family surnames: Ashby, Ballard, Blue, Brodhead, Cloud, Decker, Dewees, Ferguson, Flunker, Ford, Gladden, Harrell, Hassinger, Henry, High, Iler, Jonas, Kempfer, Looney, Nagel, Pferrer, Pierce, Rogers, Spark, Spencer, Stout, Strunk, Thompson, Umfleet, Upton, Walker, Weindel, Welch, Wilson|
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|janet donner||RE: Maude Decker Krohn|
I might know one lady but I'm in ga so email me in may
|janet donner||Maude Decker Krohn|
Maude was married to my grandmothers brother George Krohn
I did not follow Maudes line since Im more into the Krohns
I would welcome any help and if you would use the edit button
and enter the infomation on her parents that would be great
|Racheal Englaender-Vogel||RE: Vincent Beffa 18253340|
I have not found the connection to the Beffas I am researching to Vincent. I am sure there has to be one. Figuring it out should be fun
|Lynn Marie Vint||Agnes Negwer #43759694|
I was able to find quite a bit of information about Agnes Negwer using the leads you mentioned in your note.
I have up-dated the bio of her Find A Grave memorial with everything I found. I have also added links to her parents, step-father and 1 brother.
I sent a little information to the contributors who created the memorials for her parents. I trust that they will approve this information, and it will be added to their memorials soon.
Hope this helps you with your research!
|Kay Stone Garriott||RE: uncredited photos on Dawson memorial|
He thanked me for doing it. We have been sharing back and forth about this grave he found 2 miles behind his house in the woods. There were other graves, but they were broken and had fallen over and he couldn't read them. No one has been taking care of the little cemetery. He just happened upon it while hiking. She was married to a historical figure and we thought someone should clean up the cemetery and repair the headstones. It has been a big open discussion on Forgotten Alabama's Facebook page.
We all just wanted her to be remembered!
|CemCreeper||Silas H. Ferguson # 129502784|
You sent me a message asking what the small plaque in front of his stone said. It is just the funeral home marker. It has his name and the birth and death years on it. I believe it was from Danks Funeral Home.
Thank you for sending the links to his parents. I accepted them.
|Karl Kleen||RE: Surkamp family|
I do not recall anything about the grave lot. I suspect that I would have photographed any other headstones that were there. I did some photos as an ongoing photo inventory of that cemetery. Good luck on your research.
|Paul Makely||Hassinger, Eckroth|
Need the name of the town for St Johns United Church of Christ For Hassinger, Eckroth Paul
|Tim Hites||Anna M. Helfenstein Gore in St. Louis|
I added her to my virtual cemetery in hopes of finding a link between her and the other Helfensteins. I have been unsuccessful thus far.
|Robert Wix||RE: Melinda High|
I don't have an exact date for the formation of Napier Cemetery at this time. I suspect Late 1800 to 1900's
I helped my parents mow the grass in the cemetery in 1958 at age 7. At that time over half of the cemetery is as it was then
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