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Zelda (#47502021)
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Lavidaloca
Mabel Cornell
Thank you for the explanation about the cemeteries. I totally agree with you about noting them by name. It would make it so much easier.
Added by Lavidaloca on Feb 01, 2017 7:47 AM
fran carte
RE: Hartung half siblings
Thank you. Charles "Carl", Frank and Marie are half siblings to the Hartung Children. Frances Grell Hartung Frischman/Freshman had 5 children with Louis Hartung and 3 with George Frischman. Noticed Marie still used Frischman spelling. She was also married to a man last name Faler before being married to Howard Robbins. Hope this helps.
Added by fran carte on Jan 12, 2017 12:32 PM
fran carte
Hartung half siblings
Tried to add the following, but couldn't figure out how to do it:

Charles Leonard "Carl" Frischman/Freshman
3 Jul 1894 19 Nov 1961
Sunset Cemetery

Frank B Frischman/Freshman
17 Jan 1900 11 Dec 1982 Dade City Fl.
Sunset Cemetery.
Added by fran carte on Jan 09, 2017 8:06 PM
Roibeard
RE: What the...
I meant the thought following "What the..." Not the :)That's perfectly fine. ;)
Added by Roibeard on Jan 02, 2017 12:25 PM
Roibeard
RE: What the...
Now the rest of THAT thought is not blasphemous. It's simply impolite in mixed company. ;)
Added by Roibeard on Jan 02, 2017 11:45 AM
Roibeard
RE: What the...
"When I hear "Mother of God," it conjures images of a fat old plumber with a beer gut wear saggy work pants and contemplating an emergency repair of asbestos-covered pipes, not someone revering Mary, if'n you know what I mean."

And that's exactly the difference.

And I'm not a plumber.
Added by Roibeard on Jan 01, 2017 2:34 PM
Linda GB
Francis Xavier Geschwilm
Hi, I am very new to this find a grave contributor thing and have a correction request for you.
Mary Norman Geschwilm was married to Frank Geschwilm, but not Francis Xavier Geschwilm.
Francis Xavier Geschwilm was probably Frank's Uncle. My Frank was born in Columbus in 1855 to John C and Barbara Gschwilm, both of whom are buried in Mt Cavalry. Frank died in 1887 and his wife, Mary died in 1889. They left at least four children, one of whom was my grandfather.
Thank You LindaGB
Added by Linda GB on Dec 31, 2016 6:32 PM
Roibeard
Happy New Year
One more year on this site for us and you haven't had to keep me from getting kicked off this one even once. Happy New Year.
Added by Roibeard on Dec 31, 2016 11:42 AM
Roibeard
RE: What the...
Mother of God, no, that isn't blasphemous. But what I just said is.
Added by Roibeard on Dec 31, 2016 11:40 AM
Paula Segrest
Daniel Allard
Greetings . . .
I made the corrections you suggested. What you said makes a lot more sense. I would not have had any family information on Daniel and Ruth when I posted their pages. They are not related to me, therefore I have not done any research on them. Guessing it was one of the automatic edits, as I only posted the original pages for Daniel and Ruth, and the obit sent to me later by Robert Weller. All other links have been made by other people. Thanks for catching the error!

Hope you had a Merry Christmas and are looking forward to a safe and Happy New Year.
Added by Paula Segrest on Dec 26, 2016 7:29 PM
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