|David Fauss (#47827780)|
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I am a retired forester living in Oregon. My roots are in eastern Nebraska. Genealogical interest include my father's side: Fauss [+Fouss, Fouse], Edelman, Sohl, Packer, Boschult, Hiebenthal, Lueninghoener, Dau, Marks and Hennemann; my mother's side: Anderson and Bode; my wife's paternal side: Gohde and Gramenz; and my wife's maternal side: Crawford, Lowe, Rossman and Aul.|
I am collecting stories, obituaries, and photos of individuals and their gravestones and assembling books for each of our families, as well as posting relevant data on FAG memorials.
I welcome inquiries about memorial records that I maintain, as well as inquiries about our family trees.
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|Deborah Wall||Hello from Ohio|
Your welcome. I sent the obit to her also. ;-)
|Deborah Wall||Amelia Fouse|
Mrs. Amelia Fouse, 93, mother of Arthur Fouse of Newell, died Tuesday morning in the home of another son, Walter Fouse at Lowell, near Marietta, following a long illness.
She was a member of the Baptist Church. Her husband John Fouse, died about 30 years ago.
She leaves another son, W.O. House of Parksersburg, and three daughters, Mrs. Pearl Williams and Mrs. Clara Macintosh of Parkersburg, and Mrs. John Thomas of Walton, W.Va.
Rites will be held Friday at 2 in Lowell.
The Evening Review newspaper - East Liverpool, Ohio Nov. 25, 1953 Wednesday - Page 5
|JDM||RE: Fred Foust's mother link, etc|
You are GOOD....I love it when all the children are linked to their parents. We are making genealogy EASY for future generations!!! Thank you for the kind offer but I will pass on the Fouss/Fauss info.
Added by JDM on Feb 02, 2017 11:53 AM
|JDM||RE: Fred Foust's mother link, etc|
I must tell you that I did not add all that you sent to the bio. I added the dates and locations you sent for Fred. In linking him to his parents, all the brothers and sister show up on his memorial, except the one I could not find which was Louis. I found Daniel and Phillip and they are now linked to the parents also. If Ancestry trees are correct, it seems Louis died in 1927 in Washington County, Ohio. Do you know where he is buried? Jill MacRae
Added by JDM on Jan 27, 2017 12:27 PM
|JDM||Greenlawn Cemetery, Lowell, Washington County, Ohio|
You might want to rethink your mother edit for Fred Foust.....Chester Kelly? JDM
Added by JDM on Jan 27, 2017 7:27 AM
|JPW||RE: Daniel Fouss photo (#64524253)|
Maxine Hopp has this photo. We sort of wondered about this as week, but the physical features of Mary are very distinctive and the lady in the picture looks just like Mary in her older photos.
Have you looked at the pictures I have on ancestry.com?
Do you use Facebook? I've been thinking of starting a Fouss ancestry FB group.
Added by JPW on Jan 26, 2017 6:19 PM
|TombstoneChavers||Lillian Kline #|
I received your edits and will approve. Are you related? Would you like a transfer?
|EGF||RE: Ida Eggler #173038523|
Happy to help. I happened to catch it when I posted your edit. When I accidentally create a dupe (too often than I'd care to admit!) I make sure to delete it as soon as I discover my error. Dupes wreak havoc, especially when they're double-linked to other memorials. When embedded, they can become very difficult to eradicate, especially when dealing with memorial managers who don't want to be bothered with them.
I've done some work at Mount Crest Abbey, and I believe it's treated for Find A Grave purposes as a separate entity, even it is managed by City View Cemetery. It was my understanding (I could be wrong!) that MCA was incorporated separately from CV.
Added by EGF on Nov 22, 2016 11:59 PM
|EGF||Ida Eggler #173038523|
This memorial duplicates an existing one for Ida Eggler with a burial (and marker photo) at City View Cemetery. To avoid confusion, it should be deleted or merged with the existing memorial.
Added by EGF on Nov 22, 2016 10:19 PM
|Bethany||RE: Malissa Henderson gravestone photo|
I finally got it to work after a eight tries. It took the help of my husband.
Added by Bethany on Sep 11, 2016 9:26 PM
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