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KatyDee (#47291400)
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Grammyb8
143677474 George Moke
Thank you so much for your keen eye and help in getting this memorial. I appreciate your help! :)

Added by Grammyb8 on Sep 16, 2017 10:10 AM

DHB
Allen Henson
The two memorials are the same person. Allen Henson was married 3 times. First to Augusta Wolford,18341869,Birth ABT 1834 Saxon, Germany
Death 1869 Edgar, Edgar, Illinois, United States
Second Wife: Elizabeth Ann Creech, 18531937. Birth 8 APR 1853 Owen Co., IN, Death 10 DEC 1937 Paris, Edgar Co., IL.
His third wife:Nancy S Porter, 18341893, Birth 14 MAR 1834 OH, USA, Death 24 OCT 1893 Edgar, Edgar Co., IL.

Nancy May Henson,18751925,Birth 6 NOVEMBER 1875 IL, USA,Death 5 APR 1925 Edgar, IL, Married Jacob Arthur Crum,18731934,Birth 14 APR 1873 ,dgar Co, Illinois.
Death 04 JAN 1934 Edgar County,Illinois.
I hope this clears it up. I'm not sure what his correct death date is. I am seeing both. Joe

Added by DHB on Sep 14, 2017 6:06 PM

Dan Ryan
RE: Gladys Holford
Very welcome, glad to help.
Dan R.

Added by Dan Ryan on Aug 27, 2017 9:45 AM

Paul Davis
Hasselbring
Always happy to share data, but most of my material on this family is based on your memorials. Augusta Hasselbring (1877-1940) was married to John Frank Schutz (1877-1958), for whom I have much data from other sources. Haven't found burials for them, however. Other linked surnames in Illinois Find A Grave memorials are Kahle and Rascher.

Added by Paul Davis on Aug 22, 2017 2:51 PM

Judith Dolanski
Julia Baselski
There is no "Novska" Poland in the Find A Grave database, but I Googled it, and it shows up as being in Croatia.

Added by Judith Dolanski on Aug 13, 2017 7:55 AM

Judith Dolanski
Peter Baselski
Thanks for the information!

Added by Judith Dolanski on Aug 12, 2017 12:17 PM

Robert & Sam Hanson
RE: Mary Baker
http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/somerset/wpa/paint/sscyril-method/S.SCyril06.jpg

Added by Robert & Sam Hanson on Aug 08, 2017 6:32 PM

Robert & Sam Hanson
Mary Baker
I have a source document (WPA Inventory Sheet) if you are interested.

Bob H.

Added by Robert & Sam Hanson on Aug 08, 2017 4:37 PM

Rick Hayden
August Joseph Braker
KatyDee,

That was very kind of you to leave flower on August Joseph Braker. May I ask, do you know of August Joseph Braker? He was my 2nd great grandfather and I'm always looking for information or persons that might information about him.

Thanks,

Rick Hayden

Added by Rick Hayden on Aug 08, 2017 11:44 AM

Nancy Louise
RE: J. Casper
Hello, there!
Thank you for getting back to me about the name change. I'm new at this, so forgive me for not being too aware about how changes go. Even though my bio says 2 years, I only signed up at that time, I didn't do much on the site until a few months ago.
Here's my thinking on using Johann as the first name and John as the nickname, especially with these long ago relatives. Accuracy and completeness have helped me find many folks from the family histories.
An example of not using the exact wording from a headstone is John Casper's father's headstone (Garrelt Jacob Casper) It says Caspers which was correct at the time, but the "s" was dropped in all descendants from that point on, so his Find A Grave site uses Casper. Also, his name is misspelled on the headstone as Garrett, but his Find A Grave site is amended to Garrelt, the correct spelling of his name from family histories and as you know from John Garrelt Casper.
J. Casper's brother went by Frank and the headstone says Frank, but, to me at least, it's interesting to have his given name Friech on his site, with his Frank name in quotes, "Frank" as the name he went by.
It doesn't matter to me that much, I just love the fact that we're honoring these long ago folks and are remembering them all these years later in our new, technological world, thanks to FindAGrave!

Added by Nancy Louise on Jul 20, 2017 10:19 AM

Jack Parker
RE: RE:Lorenzo Dow
Thank you for your gentle reply to my curt note. Sometimes I forget how much everybody else does in this grand effort.

Regards,
Jack Parker

Added by Jack Parker on Jun 30, 2017 4:45 PM

Bryan Fields
RE: Kogler
You are most welcome - glad to be able to help you!

Added by Bryan Fields on Jun 24, 2017 6:36 AM

amiplex
RE: Quirin photo
You are so welcome! I did get one photo of the full stone, and you can see his name in it. I can post it to his page, but I'd be glad to go back and take a close up of his stone if you'd like.

Added by amiplex on May 26, 2017 1:19 PM

Archivist77
Trobaugh
Hello Katy. Happy to meet you on Find A Grave. Other than a small number of family, I place memorials in honor of veterans. I am happy to place these memorials with their families with faith that you will not delete as some do. Transfer today. God Bless.
Roberta and Richard Moody

Added by Archivist77 on May 24, 2017 10:15 AM

Leona
RE: Hasselbring Photos
You're very welcome! It's always nice to be appreciated. :-)

Added by Leona on Apr 25, 2017 11:39 AM

abancroft47
Steele Cameron
Thank you for the suggestions. I'll add the links-

Added by abancroft47 on Mar 18, 2017 1:13 PM

Dawn
RE: Cemetery Marker
My Pleasure!

Added by Dawn on Feb 17, 2017 3:45 PM

Dawn
Cemetery Marker
Have added picture taken Feb 9, 2017 of cemetery marker at Memorial Park Cemetery for Della Johanna Hasselbring Walls and Samuel Huntley Walls.
Dawn

Added by Dawn on Feb 17, 2017 12:13 PM

Jayne Dunn
Trobaugh
Yes, I'll add the photo of Louella with Mayme's twins. Thanks for giving me the heads up! Hope you have a great Christmas!

Jayne

Added by Jayne Dunn on Dec 20, 2016 6:44 PM

Diona Dickerson
Hogan memorial
Thank you for the kind words, and all you do here as well :)


Diona

Added by Diona Dickerson on Oct 01, 2016 5:22 PM

bschuette
Grace M. Quirin
Hi Katy,
I have a photo of Grace M. Quirin's headstone from St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery in Smithton, however the dates don't match the Grace Quirin that you are requesting. The headstone reads :
Quirin
Raymond J. 1909-1942 "Father"
Grace M. 1907-1982 "Mother"

Let me know if this is the marker for which you are looking and I will post it.

Added by bschuette on Aug 26, 2016 6:58 PM

Cameron Disney
Kenneth Paul Dillman
You sent me 2 emails regarding Kenneth, but you did not send me an email where I can send the documentation I have

I have to send you public messages.

I have an Indiana birth certificate showing Ida O'Connor as his mother.....

You say you have different, but you did not send that documentation along with it

my email is dcdisneydarby@gmail.com

Added by Cameron Disney on Aug 15, 2016 12:39 PM

Jon Sanderson
RE: Kesner family
Katy,

that is the one. I believe that John is Ephraims brother, George and Ananais are his sons from his first wife. You can find them in Mississipi county Missouri in the 1870 census and In the 1880 census however the name spelling is Kessner. then somewhere between 1880 and 1900 John Died. we then find a Sara Kestner With 3 children at home in the same county and township. Belle Kesner Meisner's death certificate says its Geo Kestner and Sara Baily as parents but is was filled out by her husband who died 3 years later from senility so he may have been confused. Belle Kesner (Meisner) is buried in the same cemetery as my grandpa and great uncles. who I think were her brothers. Im just trying to prove that they are brothers and sisters but running into a brick wall finding John and Sarah C (Catherine) Katy Kesner/Kestner Ha Ha isn't geneology fun!

Added by Jon Sanderson on Aug 09, 2016 2:38 AM

Jon Sanderson
RE: Kesner family
Yes that is the John I am suspecting is correct.

Added by Jon Sanderson on Aug 05, 2016 9:33 PM

Jon Sanderson
RE: Kesner family
Katy,
This is not 100% accurate and based on some speculation but the similarities are to remarkable to ignore. Particularly with the name Kaziah

John C Kesner is Ephraim Kesner's brother.
He should be Kaziah Isabel "Belle" Meisner father. John C Kesner married Sarah C Bailey in 1860. His second wife. They moved to Missouri in around 1880. In census records name spelling Kessner. (neither John nor Sarah could read nor write.) 1890 burnt so no records. 1900 census Shows a Sarah Kestner with 3 children at home Anis (Ennis Andrew) Joseph, and Isaac. Sarah had 13 children of whom only 5 were still alive. The 3 at home, and Kaziah (Belle), and another unknown. Kaziah (Belle) is buried in the same cemetery as the Ennis Isaac and William. Joseph is lost possibly died young. I am searching to find John and Sarah whom I think are Ephraims brother and sister in law. I need proof then I can link the 2 groups. Because It would Be John, then Ennis, then Eurie, Then Bobby, then myself. LOL sorry such a long message. I am in champaign Illinois by the way

Added by Jon Sanderson on Aug 03, 2016 10:17 PM

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