|Patty C (#46926670)|
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I have had a passing interest in family geneology for a long time, but only got into it more in the last few years. |
I am interested in Rosenthal, Schechinger, Sondag, Book, & Heller. My extended family came from Germany in the 1800's & lived in western Iowa.
I am also interested in Carson in Chicago & Goddette/Martin in Vermont.
If you find any errors, duplicates, typos, etc, in any of my entries, please let me know. I will be glad to fix them. Please use the Edit tab, Suggest a Correction (SAC). If you have more information, I will add it or release management to you if you are a relative or friend.
I also contribute gravestone photos to oregongravestones.org
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|quiltedv||Walter D Thomas|
Thank you for the photo and for the edit. I have uploaded his death index as well.
Added by quiltedv on Mar 24, 2017 1:36 PM
|Martin Burrell||Alvin Burton B-1850?|
Sorry but Find A Grave is not working properly. I cannot sent it another way.....Martin Burrell
Alvin and his brother came to Salem to set up a modern brick yard. His brother, Edwin E. Burton, arrived first in February, 1890. Soon after Edwin left to help his brother bring the families and their household goods to Salem that fall. The brothers were already experts in the manufacture of bricks. His brother died at his home from the onset of erysipelas [a bacterial skin infection that is very serious] on Saturday, 06 July 1895.
|Debbi||Re: FAG Memorial #54630057|
I did try to put in the dates to arrange the marriages, but it did not accept the changes. The only thing I can figure out was that the one marriage was added from the husband's memorial. Thanks anyway.
Debbi Girth Geer
Added by Debbi on Mar 22, 2017 2:29 PM
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Another transfer and another thank you|
Hello again Patty,
forgot to thank you for the transfer of John and Sarah Watt's daughter Jennie Marie # 24113041.
Always with appreciation,
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfers & thank yous X2|
Hello again Patty,
Thank you for your generosity in transferring:
John Thomas Watt # 24113042
& his wife;
Sarah Matilda Smart Watt # 24113044
to my care.
With your help, I have successfully connected both with their parents, siblings, each other and their six children.
As I receive more information, I will be adding to Our shared memorials.
With sincerest appreciation,
|Debbi||FAG Memorial #54630057|
Could you please try to switch the two spouses so that they appear in marriage order. I am trying to make wife #2's spouses in order but can't since she was connected to Charles Guy Henderson via his memorial. Thank you.
Debbi Girth Geer
Added by Debbi on Mar 21, 2017 1:53 PM
|okwheeler||Thanks for Transfer|
Thank you very much for transferring management of the Find A Grave Memorial for my great grandmother Martha Anderson-Wheeler-Hilliard who is buried in the Mormon Cemetery, Macedonia, Pottawattamie Co., Iowa. Your promptness with this is much appreciated.
|Judy Llamas||memorial #6485374|
Please check your photo for this memorial. I think you may have posted the wrong side of the stone. Thanks....
|Sandy Gage||Fred Choteaw Campbell|
You might want to check Fred Choteaw Campbells memorial for accuracy as you have a child for him born 1890 when Fred was born in 1932 and died in 1944.
Fred Choteaw Campbell # 73421281
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