|Film Milk ||Find A Grave Memorial# 85790998|
I can shed some light on the dialogue that is posted on Find A Grave Memorial# 85790998 Catherine Krebsbach Stadtherr.
Paul Stadtherr was married twice, both times to women name Catherine. That's why you couldn't locate a marriage record for Catherine Bussmann and John Schreder. They never married. John Schreder and Catherine Bussman's only connection was only that John's wife, Catherina Krebsbach along with Catherine Bussmann (nee Wettle) both married Paul Stadtherr.
I list evidence for the 2 Catherine's below:
Paul was first married to Catherine Bussmann (nee Wettle). Evidence for this shows up nicely in the 1900 census.
Paul Stadtherr Head M 24 Minnesota
Katherine Stadtherr Wife F 29 Minnesota
Erwin Stadtherr Son M 0 Minnesota
John Bussmann Son M 9 Minnesota
Anna Bussmann Daughter F 7 Minnesota
Henry Bussmann Son M 5 Minnesota
( https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M93B-TDW?from=lynx1&treeref=KP98-PWB )
Note there are Bussmann children living in the home with Paul in the census. Also, Catherine (Bussman's) birthday was listed May 1871 (not shown above). This is very different than Catherina Krebsbach's birth of Feb. 14, 1879. Additionally Catherine Bussmann and Paul had a son, Erwin, born estimated 1900. You cab see him on census. On Erwin's death certificate it states mother as 'Wetle' (Wettle).
Also, Catherina Krebsbach's first husband hadn't passed away yet at the time of 1900 census. We can find Catherina Schreder in a separate 1900 census listed with her husband, John Schreder.
John Schreder Head M 26 Minnesota
Katie Schreder Wife F 21Minnesota
Joseph Schreder Son M 2 Minnesota
Theresia Schreder Daughter F 0Minnesota
( https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M99T-ZRS?from=lynx1&treeref=MCXP-PJX )
Fast forwarding to the 1920 census we now see the Schreder children living with Paul. The Catherina listed there was born estimated 1880.
Paul Stadthen Head M 43 Minnesota
Katharina Stadthen Wife F 40 Minnesota
August Stadthen Son M 18 Minnesota
Hildegard Stadthen Daughter F 15 Minnesota
Wilbert Stadthen Son M 13 Minnesota
Norbert Stadthen Son M 9 Minnesota
Albert Stadthen Son M 6 Minnesota
Alma Stadthen Daughter F 2 Minnesota
Jos Shrvedor Stepson M 21 Minnesota
Tresy Shrvedor Stepdaughter F 19 Minnesota
Miles Shrvedor Stepson M 18 Minnesota
Anton Shrvedor Stepson M 16 Minnesota
( https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MW1G-QHN?from=lynx1&treeref=KP98-PWB )
Thank you for all your hard work!
Added by Film Milk on Aug 05, 2017 3:32 AM
Frank's birth certificate that is on his MN Historical death certificate clearly states January 28, 1884.
Added by jhrc on Jul 26, 2017 2:00 PM
My records tell me that Frank Roering was born in Nov. of 1882, yet his tombstone has 1884, my problem is that Heinrich Roering was born on Jan. 1, 1884 and Frank is listed as Jan. 28, 1884. So my question is how can 2 parents have 2 sons, 28 days apart? He was always referred to as the oldest of my Dad's uncles.
Added by jhrc on Jul 25, 2017 9:30 PM
|LMS||Catharine Hines Neubauer|
Find A Grave Memorial# 60000049
I think the parents and siblings linked to her are incorrect. If you look at her marriage certificate it lists her parents as: Edward Hynes and Margaret Belson.
Added by LMS on Dec 19, 2016 8:55 AM
|Kerry||Aloysious Conrad "Al" Welle 119456511|
Are you interested in a transfer? If not, I will transfer to #8..
Added by Kerry on Sep 15, 2016 1:10 PM
|Peggy Cassady Harris||Ralph Fichtinger|
Is it OK if I use your photo of Ralph Fichtinger's headstone in my genealogy files?
Added by Peggy Cassady Harris on Jun 14, 2016 6:45 PM
|Claire||Ronald Morehouse 69196251|
The photo submitted is not his grave!
Added by Claire on May 15, 2016 10:41 PM
|Kerry||Mary Kaufmann 148086225|
Daughter of Franz Kaufmann (B.Prussia) and Gertrude Fuchs (b.Prussia)..
wondering if you have any info on Franz and Gertrude? Where they are buried..etc.
Added by Kerry on Dec 28, 2015 4:19 PM
|Kerry||Peter and Katie Fuchs|
Wondering if you might happen to have any info on them?? 147940969 and 156355362
Added by Kerry on Dec 25, 2015 2:43 PM
Thank you for all of the photos you take! It is greatly appreciated!!
Added by Chris H on Dec 03, 2015 5:22 PM
Hello. You listed on Edward Schanhaar's memorial he was buried on foreign soil, but US Rosters for Military Dead from WW2 records show he was returned to Minnesota for final burial. While half of the other members of his flight crew are buried in Normandy, I believe he is actually buried there in the family plot in Minnesota, do you have any other information either way?
Added by Frogman on Nov 25, 2015 5:51 AM
Thank you for taking the picture of Emil Gohman SR.
It seems as though you might of posted it to his Emil Jr. could you please correct it and post Sr. and his wife Antonette.
If you have one for Emil Jr. that would be fabulous.
Added by Greg Ferguson on Oct 24, 2015 12:37 PM
Thank you for transferring my uncles Richard and Alphonse Pohlmann to me.
Added by Dorie on Oct 16, 2015 9:46 AM
Thank you for transferring my grandparents Fred and Agnes Pohlmann's memorial accounts to me.
Added by Dorie on Oct 14, 2015 10:31 AM
Thank you for all your contributions to FindaGrave. May I please use your photo on our private family tree with credit to you? Mary
Added by Mary Fisher on May 26, 2015 8:36 AM
|BJ||RE: Hilda E Hoppe 85790937|
Added by BJ on May 05, 2015 7:44 AM
|Bradley Pierson||Emmanuel Grove Cemetery, Lake Henry|
I was wondering if you have any information about the Emmanuel Grove Cemetery in Lake Henry, Minnesota. I have at least three ancestors buried there, Wilhelm, Augusta and John Schmidt. You have taken photos of Wilhelms and Augustas headstones there, any maybe by chance you have also taken John's? I was wondering since you photographed so much there, if you know where the sexton record might be held for that cemetery.
Thanks so much for taking the photos you have! I never would have seen them if you hadn't don it!
Added by Bradley Pierson on Feb 09, 2015 4:20 PM
|Sheila S||Henry Rohling|
Thank you for adding the obituary of my Great Great Uncle Henry Rohling. I really appreciate it!
Thanks, Sheila S
Added by Sheila S on Feb 01, 2015 4:44 PM
I just wanted to give you some burial information for one of your memorials, Lloyd Stroeing (1928-2014). I just happened to be doing some browsing and researching and happened to find that he is at Fort Snelling cemetery in Minneapolis, section 37 space 191. I thought you would want to know to update your records. Hope you are enjoying the findagrave web site!
Added by KPtheGraveHunter on Jan 15, 2015 12:57 PM
I have uploaded photos for John Welz: if he is part of your family, let me know. I would be happy to transfer his memorial.
Also, the memorial for Ida Welz.
Added by Khat on Aug 11, 2014 8:22 PM
|Carmen Gardiner||William C Taylor|
Thanks for the link to the information on William Taylor!
Oakland Cemetery, where he is buried, was once known as the GAR cemetery for all the veterans that are buried there. Sylvia Townsend was a nurse who followed her husband Alfred to the war.
There are also some soldiers buried there who died in the Indian Wars, and were probably first buried in a cemetery in town that no longer exists and were moved to Oakland. Young Philo has a sad story:
I might just have to learn how to get "my" veterans registered on SUV!
Thanks for your work. I grew up in Sauk Center, but now live near Minneapolis and don't get back often enough!
Added by Carmen Gardiner on Jul 20, 2014 8:17 AM
|Charlotte johnson||Thank You|
I wanted to thank you for what you do. I don't know my dads side that well which make the effort of putting a family tree together rather difficult, and i don't live in the county. you have helped me find my great- grandparents and several family members after that. it helps me feel close to them and closer because of the pictures you added up as well. Thank you So much :)
Added by Charlotte johnson on Jul 07, 2014 11:33 AM
|Sheila S||Daniel, Lawrence & Florentine Koetter|
Thank you very much for finding the gravestone, taking the gravestone photos & for adding the gravestone photos for Daniel, Lawrence & Florentine Koetter. I really appreciate it!
Added by Sheila S on Jul 06, 2014 10:27 AM
|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||Danke Shoen for "photo work" on Bernice Braun memorial|
Quincy... thanks so much for both taking the photo of the new/replacement memorial stone. I really do appreciate the collaboration/support in the on-going process of documenting family members. Namaste, "PJ"
Added by Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun on Jun 30, 2014 11:19 PM
Might be easier for you to make those corrections...have transferred all of the "Dierkhissing" memorials" to you...did delete the Herbert Dierkhissing memorial...
There is a grave directory posted at the cemetery..that is where I took my info....and of course the gravestones...
If there are any other memorials you'd like transferred...just let me know...
Added by BJ on Jun 28, 2014 9:06 AM