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RafterJ (#48446998)
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Bio Photo Doing family history research is like therapy to me. I grew up listening to stories about my ancestors and have been working on family trees for several years. When I am not busy quilting, I am usually on the computer doing research.
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Tree Leaf
RE: Schuermann
Very welcome. Thank you for the nice note.
Added by Tree Leaf on Jun 04, 2016 10:07 PM
Tree Leaf
btw
BTW I added a lot of Schuerman/ns recently if you'd like to browse any of them.
Added by Tree Leaf on May 12, 2016 1:00 AM
Tree Leaf
RE: Schuermann
Your biographies for them were beautiful.

I agree with two Ns is the original spelling.

It is always a bit confusing to me when the interment records are different than the stone and sometimes also than the way the person spelled it. It is a continual issue for me, especially with the local German surnames, to figure out how to list them, so that the next person who comes along to make a page for the same person, will see the page.
And also so that the page will show up on Ancestry for instance, for their descendant.

Some of the interment listings did also say Sherman in the AKA space.

The original records were made in the 1980s.

Thank you for taking the additional information (not correction) sent in the spirit intended.
Added by Tree Leaf on May 12, 2016 12:59 AM
Janet Davis
RE: Anderson Photo
The Anderson Family has been around Broken Arrow a long time. I was very glad to be able to help.
Added by Janet Davis on May 10, 2016 7:01 PM
Debbie Stout
RE: Thank you
you are very Welcome.
Added by Debbie Stout on May 04, 2016 5:47 AM
Donna White
Parents of Hannah
Let me see if her parents are in Calvary too...I will do some checking for you and let you know by Friday ok?

Regards
Donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 27, 2016 4:57 PM
Donna White
Hoffman
Posting it now for you.

They are actually two different Cemeteries. St Boniface is very old and many stones,are broken and deteriorated. I tried to find the stone but had no luck so went to the public library here and looked her up...there she was in Calvary!

You had such a nice memorial page that I wanted to help you out!

Posting it now and if you need any other help just let me know.....Regards Donna

Added by Donna White on Apr 27, 2016 4:41 PM
Donna White
Hannah Hoffman
I never found her stone in St Boniface Cemetery, however, I have found her stone in Calvary Cemetery in Quincy. Would you like to change it and I will post the photo I found for you. I have her born 1863 Germany and her death shows 7 Aug 1945 Calvary Cemetery Quincy, Adams County, IL.

Shows Father Name: Charles Hennick and her
Spouse Name: Charles Hoffman

Thanks let me know when you have moved it and I will post the photo for you.

Thanks
Donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 27, 2016 1:54 PM
 

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