|Leah Rae||Celeste Rhoades Moore|
Carol: I'm trying to locate facts about an aunt who married my uncle Gordon Moore. All our family knows is that her name was Celeste M. She was in Columbia, Missouri in 1958-60 as Celeste M. Moore. They were divorced around 1960. The Celeste Rhodes you have profiled here shows her husband Charles Mennenga, but that her name at death in California was Moore. Do you have an info about the full name of Mr. Moore? Thanks for your help.
Added by Leah Rae on Sep 27, 2016 8:39 PM
This may be unrelated, but
There was an Edward F. Strohbehn, M. D. 1865-1944 born in Germany - buried in Davenport
There were two brothers immigrated in 1851 from Holstein, Germany Ship Herschel.
Heinrich Strohbehn b. 1826
Johannes Strohbehn b. 1832
Heinrich, I think, is
Added by jlt79c on Aug 25, 2016 3:17 PM
|W. Warder||RE: Alice Schoeph Carr|
You're very welcome!
|DebraLee||RE: Harvey and Edith Penny Smith photos|
You're welcome... it was my pleasure!
Added by DebraLee on Aug 20, 2016 12:50 PM
|Andrena's Daughter||Robert Littleton|
I have updated Robert Littleton's memorial with Ashes scattered.
|Terry||Scott Robert Littleton and Donna|
My name is Terry Littleton and I am the admin of the Rootsweb LITTLETON mailing list and work on many different Littleton lines. I have been working on the family that Scott Robert Littleton is descended from. You said you were a cousin of theirs so I'm hoping you can help me out.
I found an obit that says Scott had 2 daughters and a son but I can't find them mentioned anywhere. Do you know how to contact them, especially the son as I'm looking for a living male descendant in this line going back to Williiam Littleton in 1754 MD.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks - Terry
Added by Terry on Aug 04, 2016 12:01 PM
|Stephanie Villegas||RE: Gehlsen Family|
Sorry, I forgot to check back! I found the emails - THANK YOU! I'll be sending you my picture :)
|Jack Murray||Marcus Julius Rohweder|
Marcus Julius Rohweder
Find A Grave Memorial# 145158355
My their obit he died on Thursday of last week; so that would make his death on 26 Nov 1936. And his sister died on the 29th Nov 1936; also by obit.
I used the Obit and the Calendar of Legacy family tree v.8 to calculate the deaths.
Hope this helps you to locate the death date at the cemetery.
|Mona||RE: Asmus Steffen|
Thanks for you reply. Read my bio- it will help explain our genealogy group's project on the Remsen City Cemetery. I'm working on updates to print maps of each block to put in the Remsen Public Library. We have quite a few people buried there that don't have gravestones, so we try to research info from other sources. Linda
Added by Mona on Mar 27, 2016 5:26 AM
Asmus Steffen bought two different lots in the Remsen City Cemetery. On March 1, 1893, he bought a half lot of 4 plots. On August 3, 1908,he bought an entire lot of 8 plots - some distance away - and this is where he and his wife are buried. Their obits say they had 12 children, four of whom preceded the parents. I know two are buried in Grundy County. Do you think it's possible that two babies/children are buried in the 1/2 lot purchased in 1893?
The father's obit says they came to Remsen in 1885. Linda
Added by Mona on Mar 24, 2016 2:52 PM
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