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|Kayla and Scott (#46981956)|
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Scott and I became involved with FAG when I wanted to start putting together our family trees so I could give our 3 children their "roots". |
For the most part, our work has been on hold, however, we are working to transcribe the Manning Cemetery based on city records. Please let us know if you are a relative or family friend and would like us to transfer ownership of a memorial. I will gladly do so, unless I too am a relative to the individual. I would rather the memorial be in the hands of someone that can truely represent who they were.
Also, please use the photos that I take in any manner that you would like.
Please let us know if we can help in the Manning, Iowa area! God bless.
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|Diane Jestes||RE: Remove pic|
Thank you for your reply and explanation. Your
photo of the entrance to Oak Hill Cemetery is
Thank you again for all of your efforts, it
is very much appreciated.
|Janet Morence||Catherine Dalman Wanta|
I am researching my Dalman family and believe Catherine was a sister of my great-grandfather, Frank Dalman and daughter of Anton and Josepha Walczewski Dalman. While I did not find Catherine's baptism I did find the marriage of Anton and Josepha Walczewski Dalman and the baptisms of their children, Marianna, John, and Frank Dalman and the marriages of Marianna and John in the Catholic Parish in Waldau, Krs. Zempelburg (aka Sepolno Krajenskie), Bydgoszcz, Posen. These records noted different cities in the parish. Sepolno Krajenskie was a city and a governing district like a county. Krajenskie comes from the Polish word Kraj which means land or country and is a part of many names of cities in Poland. Sepolno Krajenskie was orignally the land of the Ostrorog Family. Anyway it is plausible that the place was just called Sepolno and that Opole is what someone thought they heard and recalled when Sepolno was said.
|Judy H||Fritz (Fred) Ehlers, # 25748940|
I think the death of Fritz should be 1956 instead of 1955 according to his obituary March 5, 1956, Carroll Daily Times Herald found on Newspapers.com. Thanks for all your work in the cemeteries. You have helped greatly with connecting my family. Judy Bogue Haguewood
Fritz C. Ehlers
Manning, Iowa: Funeral Services for Fritz C. Ehlers, 89, who died at his home here Saturday, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Ohde Funeral Home, with the Rev. Fred Hamlin officiating. Burial will be in Manning.
Mr. Ehlers was born at Lost Nation, IA. March 1, 1867 and came to Western Iowa when he was a young man.
He married Anna Wegner of near Aspinwell, March 12, 1894. The couple farmed in the Botna area until moving to Manning about 15 years ago. Survivors include his eight children: Mrs. William (Emma) Hagedorn, Manning; George, Manning; Herman, Manning; Mrs. Arnold Witt (Florence), Carroll; Mrs. Arthur Stuhr (Rose), Coon Rapids; Mrs. Roland Kuebler (Selma), St. Petersburg, Florida; Fred, Manning; and Ernest, Botna; three brothers: William, Flandreau, S.D.; Emil, Botna; and Louie, Manning and one sister, Mrs. Rose Steen, Manning. 11 grandchildren, and 10 great grand children.
Five brothers, John, Henry, Dietrich, Charles and Ed, and two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Schmidt and Mrs. Emma Mohr preceded him in death.
Added by Judy H on Aug 20, 2016 4:24 PM
|Kari Ehlers ||Wilhelm Ehlers - GG Grandfather|
Thank you so much for your work and publication of this information. I am a distant relative of Wilhelm.
|Judy S||Martin Petersen family|
Thank you so much for posting the obituaries for Martin and his daughter Alma Petersen Kuhse! So appreciated!
Added by Judy S on Dec 09, 2015 5:19 PM
|Tami||Daniel Spicer Bowman #38764937|
Thank you - thank you! For posting a pic of the marker for Daniel Spicer Bowman. I will attempt to link family. I am most grateful for the pic on the memorial!
Added by Tami on Mar 14, 2015 9:00 PM
|Mary Sicard||Hilbert and Agnes Eischeid|
Thank you for posting a photo of their tombstone on their memorial pages.
|Colorado Celtic||Thank you!|
Thank you for the photo of Ruth and Ronald Hiatt!
Thank you for all you do!
|Mary Sicard||Clarence & Caroline Vonnahme|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of their tombstone on their memorial pages.
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