Andrew ringlein and Amma Bores were m. in 1916
so I believe the children listed all belong to
she m. her bro in law in 1916
He married Anna Gerdman and Emma Bores
a confusing mess
if you have records to prove me wrong please advise as I am not 100%
so bro in law m. sister in law
Send records if you have any
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|carol mckenzie||I am confused on this one|
wm Ringlein m. Emma Anna Bores had 14 children
e died 1892
she m. brother Andrew 1916 and had Louise
this is what moms book said do you have any records etc to help me out
Andrew and German had 14 children
and I never found any info on the
dan Miller Barbara Ringlein just their kids nothing further did out
|Pam Harris Campbell||Warren G Campbell Sr.|
If you like to know more about him, I am on Ancestry, Pamela Campbell_Harris and it has his wife and children.
|Pam Harris Campbell||Warren G. Campbell Sr.|
I am part of his family, Warren died 17 Oct 1986...There was a mistake made on his headstone. Warren was born in Bolton, Mass and died at Clinton, Mass Hospital
|Joan Viney||Margaret Thurman|
As a teenager, my parents and I knew Margaret when she was married to Harold Mullen. After marrying Joel Thurman and then becoming a widow, she attended the same church as my husband and myself.
|carol mckenzie||RE: Ringlein|
thanks foethe info will try to fix it
I am a bit rusty on this
I KNOW YOU ONNECT TO THIS FAMLY
I have 14 children for Wm and anna annie Gerdman
he died she married his brother Andrew in 1916 i can put them on if you wish if you don't want to transfer
My gr father also Andrew RiNglein his father was
|FLDL & Connections||Updating some memorials|
David, in the near future you might get an edit recommendation on some memorials you manage. I'm going through some memorials and editing the Plot/Lot # and which Section/Part of St. Mary's Cemetery the graves are located. I'm taking the info from an Excel document that is posted on the church's web site. The document uses the term "Lot" and breaks the cemetery down into three sections and uses the terms "Old Part" - "South of Chapel" - and "New Part." I don't necessary agree with their terminology to describe the sections of the cemetery, but am sticking with those terms since it comes from the church's document.
|Country Mouse||RE: C. Lowell in West Cemetery|
You're welcome. I just came across the duplicate when adding photos.
Have a nice weekend. Gail
|Country Mouse||C. Lowell in West Cem. Bolton, MA.|
I was going through the interments at West Cem. and realized that C. Lowell- 1834 is actually Charles Lowell Atherton. ( I didn't see the parent's surname on the stone,at first). There is a memorial for him with a photo on Findagrave.
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