|Ron Hallberg (#46894376)|
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Ron is retired and enjoys doing his family's genealogy in the U.S. and Sweden and that of his wife's family from Australia and Ireland.|
I'd be happy to transfer the memorial of anyone to whom I'm not more closely related. I find it rather selfish of those folks who require Mayflower Society standards before a transfer can be requested. This is not a competition to see who can "acquire" the most memorials - and what happens to them if you get hit by a truck.
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Ron, Thanks for the info on the Myron J. Perry memorial!!
|Linda Daniels||RE: Henry Fiene|
You are very welcome. I set-up a memorial for his wife as well and tried to upload the same picture to her memorial but Find-A-Grave kept locking up on me this morning. I will try again later.
|wimnin||Minnie Bock 161995093|
Per your photo request of Minnie Bock in Gilead Cemetery- I photographed the entire cemetery so if there is no photograph of her stone it is not there. I could not find an obituary to place her there. Her 2nd husband preceded her in death and is at Maple Grove and her mother is in Jordan, so is she really in Gilead?
Added by wimnin on Jan 26, 2017 10:39 PM
|CWSam||RE: Pearl Lenz|
I just reread your note.
I would definitely use Lake County, IN as Pearl's birthplace as not Jasper County, IN. Several of her siblings were also born in Lake County, IN during that time period and the family is living in Eagle Creek, Lake Co., IN in the 1910 Census.
Added by CWSam on Dec 02, 2016 5:34 PM
|CWSam||RE: Pearl Lenz|
Thank you Ron.
I would show the information for both locations in your notes section. That way the information is out there for all to see.
The Indiana, Birth Certificates, 1907-1940 definitely shows Eagle Creek, Lake, Indiana, USA.
I would also show the death certificate info.
(Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899-2011) listing DeMotte.
Looking at Google Maps the two locations are very close to one another. Many times people will list the closest big town or city instead of the little township or that is what they remember from family stories. My leaning is to always go for the birth record over the death record as the death records are not always the most accurate. They are only as good as the informant knows.
Just my thoughts anyway.
Added by CWSam on Dec 02, 2016 5:28 PM
|daveandlibby||RE: Martha Perry|
You're very welcome.
|Rita Zipfel||RE: Charles Cramer Gravestone|
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer & thank you|
Hello again Ron,
Thank you for your generosity in transferring:
Thomas Jefferson Nuckolls # 23524869
to my care.
With your help, I have successfully connected him with his parents, his eight siblings, his wife and nine children.
As I receive more information, I will be adding it to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
|James D Holds||RE: Hamilton Family|
The death certificate (Which I know they arent 100% accurate) lists Frances C Hamilton. The informant is L.A. Clapp. Frances had a brother named Leverett A Clapp. Plus, her mother's name was Charlotte. The informant for the death certificate likely being her brother, combined with the common practice at the time of giving girls their mother's first name as their middle, indicates that C is most likely her middle initial, and that it likely stands for Charlotte. Hope this helps.
|James D Holds||RE: David Hamilton|
I will stop today and see if I can find where Frances is buried and get a photo of her grave.
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