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Terry Chaplin (#46985790)
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Theodore Brown
Church Books
Do you or any of the Rev. Chaplin's relatives, know the whereabouts of the North Parish record books he took when he left in 1792? I need to find those records to prove my ancestry.
Added by Theodore Brown on Feb 18, 2017 9:10 AM
Jim Carn
RE: William H Johnson and Catherine
Catherine "Kate" Pifer Johnson was my Gr-Grandfather's (Levi Pifer) sister. I don't believe they had any children. Matilda Jane "Jennie" Pifer, who was Levi's daughter is also buried on the same lot along with Levi and his wife Catherine Ulrich Pifer. Matilda (Jennie) was born in 1866 and died in 1915 in NJ. She was married to Richard Hillard DuRant and I believe they divorced. She was then married to a Foulkrod or Fullerut (Obits had her married name spelled two different ways). No, I'm not familiar with the Johnson family at all or the others.
Added by Jim Carn on Jan 29, 2017 1:43 PM
Jade
RE: George and Susanna Roth
Their daughter Theresa married into my Starck family.
Added by Jade on Jan 18, 2017 11:42 AM
Phillip
RE: south of Stockhausen plot
If I decide to walk about in the cold I am taking more then one tombstone. After that I went home. :-) I didn't know that was important until I got home.
Added by Phillip on Jan 09, 2017 9:34 AM
Phillip
south of Stockhausen plot
is a Keyser tommbstone. I added them and the pictures too.

On the tombstone is:
Dunker, Constance
Keyser, Elizabeth Grace
Keyser, Henry J.
Keyser, Mary Caldwell
Kunzelmann, John L.
Kunzelmann, Kathleen Keyser
Added by Phillip on Jan 08, 2017 8:04 PM
Phillip
Stockhausen Plot
others in Stockhausen plot: I added all.
In Memory Agnes
Son Andrew
Henry -- Not on main tombstone, tombstone west of it. 1870-1923
Unknown (baby) 1912-1912 no text on tombstone.
Added by Phillip on Jan 08, 2017 7:43 PM
genieresearcher
Margaret
is now linked to William and my research found her maiden name is Fox. do your records agree?
Added by genieresearcher on Apr 13, 2016 1:16 PM
genieresearcher
Glasser William
I am sure you've seen the 1870 and 1880 census for a William Glasser and wife Catherine. Is this the brother perhaps? He and his son Louis were both "coal diggers". I've even found name spelled Glosser on some records. I think their son Louis may actually be named Ludwig? But there is a findagrave for him in Minnesota. Can't seem to find William or Catherine after 1880, can you?
Added by genieresearcher on Apr 13, 2016 10:27 AM
genieresearcher
Glaser/Glasser
no I am not related to this family/families and it was most challenging to determine which one spelled Glaser vs Glasser. The only way I know for sure is if someone finds their grave and posts a photo. I presume you sent a message to Cathrine's memorial contributor with all the info about her marriages, etc. Do you know what happened to her brother Wilhelm? thanks
Added by genieresearcher on Apr 13, 2016 10:09 AM
Paul Dobrogowski
RE: Henry Bendinger #157444267
Terry, I am related only by marriages. I looked at the City Directories as well. I am not 100% sure
he died before 1914. I have come across other families where the wife was abandoned and she was listed as a widow. Not to say that this is the case for Mr Hagedorn just a possibility. I was at the Family History looking up the burials of Hagedorns at Wanderers Rest/Lincoln Memorial and have added memorials for all of them. Considering
all of the family members buried there it seems strange that Emma's husband isn't among them. I will try the Milwaukee Public Library to see if William shows up in the Milwaukee County Death Index through 1916.

Paul
Added by Paul Dobrogowski on Mar 07, 2016 7:54 AM
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