|Nancy Mayer (#46795002)|
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I have been doing genealogy since 2000. I enjoy going to cemeteries as there is so much history in them. Have you ever thought about what is on a tombstone, why it was put on it, what is the meaning behind it-religious, organization, personal?Let me know if any of the memorials are your relatives and I will transfer ownership if I am not related.I will make any corrections needed.|
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|Louis Schleuger||George Alt (b. 1871) and Emma Reisbick (b. 1873)|
According to the Alt and Reiswig family charts of Norka, Russia researched by Dr. Igor Pleve, Saratov, Russia George Alt's name was Johann Georg Alt (b. 20 Dec 1871 in Norka, Russia) and his parents were Georg Alt (b. 6 Mar 1848 Norka, Russia) and Magdalena Hardt (b. 2 Oct 1849 in Norka, Russia, m. 30 Dec 1869 in Norka, Russia). Emma Reisbick's name (according to Reiswig family chart) was Anna Maria (b. 14 Oct 1873 in Norka, Russia) and her parents were Johann Georg Reiswig (b. 3 Aug 1851 Norka, Russia, d. 29 Dec 1945 York, York County, Nebraska) and Magdalena Schmer (b. 22 Aug 1848, Norka, Russia, m. 9 Feb 1871 Norka, Russia, d. 17 Apr 1877 Norka, Russia). Her father and his second wife Elisabeth Hohnstein and family moved to America in 1891. Louis Schleuger, Norka census and Database Coordinator, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
|Linda J. Morris||DAR|
It was hugh one in Phoenix. You know, if you really mean it and you can get this done for me or with me I should say, I will even join your group. I have a grandson and a sister inlaw that live in Auroa and Littleton. No, I live about 35 miles out of town and there is not a chapter down around here that I could find. Let me know what you think. I changed the working on my list of grandfathers to indicate who they fought with. I think you can tell I am proud of my family.
|Linda J. Morris||Your question about the DAR|
Nancy, I went to one meeting and I know I am not a club person. I kind of was turned off because the women that I met were. well lets put it like this, one would have thought they won the war. I feel like I was just plain lucky. I have sat here with two boxes of papers that are complete and have never sent them in. I want to but I hope to find other women who are more down to earth. I don't know if it was them or me but I have both a daughter and grandaughter that sure want me to join. Do you belong?
|Linda J. Morris||Irene Cunningham McGuire|
Hello Nancy, are you by any chance related to Irene. Please will you contact me if you are. I have about 20, give or take a couple, of generations up the tree for her. Please let me know. Her ancestors were Quaker who came in 1682 with William Penn.
|Vicki I.||Katherine Johanna Ewers Aden|
Hi Nancy, thank for transferring this memorial to me! Warmly, Vicki
Added by Vicki I. on Feb 14, 2017 6:23 AM
|Bryan Anderson||Herbert Arthur Schmidt|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to documentation, Herbert Arthur Schmidt was a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project, but I'm hoping to eventually publish something. When I do, would it be permissible to use your photograph of the grave of Herbert Arthur Schmidt (Find A Grave Memorial# 41023960)?
|Cindy Leister||Thomas Jefferson Bailey|
I have some additional information for you regarding memorial # 70093670. He was born Feb 1851 in Davis County, Iowa. Thank you for all the memorials you have posted.
|Jay Wade||Margaret Lavilla Patterson|
buried in Riverside Cemetery in Sterling, CO, would like permission to use the tombstone photo in my ancestry.com family file. My usual credit line is: photo credit belongs to and used with permission of Find A Grave member, then your name. Thank you!
Added by Jay Wade on Oct 03, 2016 7:34 AM
|Donna McKamy||Emerson Green site|
Thank you for this wonderful write up. He is my Great Grandfather.
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