|Jack Franke||orlando moffatt|
Used your info to edit this memorial plus found other info. but left his birth place the same as I had. Even added a new marker photo.
Thank you for including the death certificates. It makes it so much more personal for relatives from long ago as opposed to a name & date. Do you know any of the Revold genealogy?
Added by angel on Mar 30, 2017 2:59 PM
|Dana||RE: Grace (Paine) Winowecki|
I appreciate your update. The death of a child over age of one does weird things to people. Henry Sr. never does remarry.. I think there is one maybe two children left now. But after the fire,nothing was said about her.... Henry Sr's father was brother to my g-g Uncle Charlie.Henry (Jr)was Henry Anthony has passed and buried in family lot.Thank again for the prompt update.
Added by Dana on Mar 24, 2017 7:46 AM
|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 57051218|
Article from the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, 24 September 1888 reads...
A little child of Jacob Marts, Chapman, died last night. Funeral tomorrow.
|carole taylor puntenney||Gen Benjamine H GRIERSON|
good thinking for att'g HIS death cert on his wife's and thank you so much.... Carole Taylor (my family is GRIERSON too)
Thank you for posting the death certificate for Julia S. Lautner Ruthardt. I am pulling together information my mother gathered over the years, and I just this evening found her date of death and that of little Edward. I went looking for an obituary....
Added by KajiC on Oct 24, 2016 6:46 PM
|Andrew White||RE: Henry Burfiend|
Yes - the Burfiend cemetery has no grave markers. It is located in a field on the west side of Port Oneida Road and is marked by a large clump of lilac bushes and a large boulder placed there years ago so the graves would not be disturbed.
|Dana||P.S . on Kadrovach|
Oh yes Kedrovicz is another way of spelling it,once again parents count.
Added by Dana on Oct 05, 2016 7:07 PM
|Dana||Kadrovach or Kadrovich|
This is more of a FYI.
If you get either name,you have to look at parent's names.Which is correct,probably would be an opinion.It's a German/Polish name which would depend who wrote it down.
Added by Dana on Oct 05, 2016 3:10 PM
|Dana||RE: Thank you, Dana.|
May have passed you on the road.I got together with one of my Matlawski relatives,showing them the cemetery at Isadore and how some had nothing when they died.
I have another relative saying I'm letting out family
history.I told them that I attempt not to mention living people unless it's a transfer and give bios usually on people deceased 50 years or more.
Added by Dana on Sep 08, 2016 7:52 PM
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