|Jan Wigley||RE: Infant Brown|
Ńo problem, Debby!
Added by Jan Wigley on Jul 10, 2017 9:08 PM
|Jan Wigley||RE: Infant Brown|
Hi Debby...you sent me an email about Infant Brown being a duplicate. The administrators have taken care of it.
To JanWigley51@yahoo.com Jun 12 at 12:29 PM
Find A Grave contributor Debby has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Infant Brown.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11123063
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47865850
Email address of contributor: email@example.com
Added by Jan Wigley on Jul 10, 2017 10:05 AM
|Jan Wigley||Infant Brown|
I sent the memorial to the administrators to be deleted.
Added by Jan Wigley on Jun 12, 2017 8:34 PM
Yep, in the "Old Jail". theojac.org
Added by Ferret on Apr 04, 2017 7:29 AM
You might give the library a call? 325-762-2672 Or even contact the newspaper or The Old Jail Art Center, which seems to have a lot of historical stuff. Good luck!!
Added by Ferret on Apr 03, 2017 10:15 PM
It makes you want to smack them for not publishing more details... the newspaper, that is. :)
Added by Ferret on Apr 03, 2017 8:29 PM
Sent you an email with two links to newspaper articles regarding the initial injury and announcing his death. No burial location mentioned, unfortunately.
Added by Ferret on Apr 03, 2017 12:27 AM
Debby, what year did he pass?
Added by Ferret on Apr 02, 2017 11:48 PM
No, not related, I was working on the Winkler family and was having issues making heads or tails out of Maria Sommers Winkler's parents - didn't make sense that her mom's maiden name was Sommers so I did some digging.
So Matthaus isn't buried at St Paul Lutheran Cemetery? Or were you looking for his brother?
Added by Ferret on Apr 02, 2017 2:10 PM
|yentnawildrose||RE: Janet Lee Stogsdill # 169096215|
There is still something wrong with the way her name is entered. You can't see it when you look at the name fields in the edit page, but I can tell by looking at it on the memorial's main page. I think if you accept my newest edit it should fix it. You don't need her last name in any field except the last name. And it looks like you have quotation marks somewhere...they don't belong.
From the FAQs:
Maiden name ...is only used if the individual was married and took the spouse's last name as their new last name. If the deceased was never married, then the last name is placed in the "Last Name" field, NOT in the "Maiden Name" field.
Do not use any other punctuation within any Name Field. (other than periods, hyphens, and apostrophes)
Hope this helps!
Added by yentnawildrose on Feb 05, 2017 10:04 PM
|Louis Svach||RE: Mann|
Ouch! I hope you didn't get any damage from that tornado last night!? Some friends in Lakeview (Hill County) sure were hit hard. No injuries but house badly damaged.
Added by Louis Svach on Jan 16, 2017 7:38 PM
|Abby Streight Birdwell||transfers|
Most welcome. Enjoy!
Added by Abby Streight Birdwell on Jan 16, 2017 7:35 PM
|R. D. Goforth||RE: Kathy Mullins|
I do not see anything that is wrong.
Added by R. D. Goforth on Aug 24, 2016 4:14 PM
|History Hunter||RE: Eudoris Dutschmann|
Happy to help.
Added by History Hunter on Apr 22, 2016 5:19 PM
|Steve Lawless||Ethel Mae Jander Dutschmann|
I don't remember what info that I suggested, but it looks like your info is correct. Thanks.
Added by Steve Lawless on Feb 29, 2016 7:13 AM
|ranny||RE: Leroy Ogwin|
It's ok. Perhaps you haven't looked at your edit tab in a while. It's at the top of your Contributor page where your messages are.
Thanks again, Randy
Added by ranny on Sep 16, 2015 6:31 AM
|ranny||RE: Leroy Ogwin|
I think I sent the original request for edits a while ago, and I have heard if they are not done in a two or three weeks or so, Find a Grave's "system" does them automatically...
Thanks for volunteering on Find A Grave...
Added by ranny on Sep 14, 2015 6:08 PM
|ranny||Violet Odell "Vi" Pillow Ogwin|
Thanks for the updates!
Randy O'Guin, ranny Find A Grave 47208269
(Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins/O'Quins)
Added by ranny on Sep 08, 2015 7:23 AM
|Janie Healer Davis||RE: Lorene Hull|
You're so welcome! Blessings!
Added by Janie Healer Davis on May 26, 2015 9:54 PM
Ryser's are part of my family tree and I would like to keep them. I would be happy to add information/links to the memorial.
Added by ambs on Feb 27, 2014 7:27 AM
|Jan Wigley||RE: Memorials|
Your welcome Debby and thank you!
Added by Jan Wigley on Feb 12, 2014 2:30 PM
Hi Debby...I hope you don't mind but I just transferred the memorial over to you. I am going through a hard time here at home. If you want any of IdaF's memorials and I am not connected I will transfer to you.
Added by Jan Wigley on Feb 12, 2014 1:10 AM
|Jan Wukasch Pelosi||And another|
Since you are Wendish, thought I'd share my Facebook post from tonight:
Happy Ptaškowa swajźba (The Birds' Wedding)
Several days ago, I posted about my joining the Daughters of the Republic of Texas through my ancestry on my mother's side. Today, you get a brief lesson on a custom from my ancestry on my father's side. As you probably know by now (since we are "friends," Wukasch is Wendish).
The Texas Wends are a group of people all descended from a Lutheran congregation of 588 Sorbian/Wendish people who emigrated from Lusatia (part of Germany) to Texas in 1854. This term (The Wends of Texas) also refers to other emigrations (and all their descendants) that occurred before and/or after the 1854 emigration.
So, back to The Birds' Wedding . . .
The Birds' Wedding (Ptaškowa swajźba) is a Wendish custom among the Sorbs (Wends) of Lusatia in Germany. It's called Vogelhochzeit in Germany and still celebrated by the children in Germany's Wendish communities. On the evening of January 24th, children put empty plates outside on window ledges, walls, or fence posts. On the morning of the 25th, they wake to find pastries, meringues, and candy in the shape of birds, usually magpies. The birds are believed to have left the treats as they celebrate their wedding.
The Birds' Wedding has its roots in the pre-Christian era when people sacrificed food to the spirits of their ancestors and, in turn, expected favors and kindness from the gods of nature. Over time, the sacrificial offerings to ancestors evolved into giving gifts to children.
The Birds' Wedding is said to come from the Upper Sorbian language region (Upper Lusatia) where the custom is common among families. In Lower Lusatia, the Birds' Wedding is celebrated in schools where the children feed the birds during winter and in return, they get to participate in The Birds' Wedding celebrations. A little girl is chosen to be the bride (representing a magpie) and a little boy as the groom (usually a raven). The bridal couple is dressed festively in Lower Sorbian costumes and the other children are masqueraded as birds. I even included a song about The Bird's Wedding that children learn in kindergarten and sing on this day.
Children celebrate the Birds' Wedding on January 25 because this is the time when changes between flora and fauna begin to be observed. It's about this time that several bird species begin to nest and lay eggs and people are looking forward to the coming of spring.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJ8q3wAjYvM (4 photos)
Added by Jan Wukasch Pelosi on Jan 24, 2014 9:51 PM
|Jan Wukasch Pelosi||One More Question|
Where do you live now?
Added by Jan Wukasch Pelosi on Jan 24, 2014 9:49 PM
|Jan Wukasch Pelosi||RE: Maria Dutschmann|
And I meant to include that Christiana's parents were Matthaus Schneider and Magdalena Schimann.
Added by Jan Wukasch Pelosi on Jan 24, 2014 9:48 PM