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|Ellen Hegdal||RE: Audrey|
Sorry Rich, but I rarely visit this website these days. Yes, you can transfer Audrey's to me if you want. Incidentally my mother, Sonya Haack passed away April 15, 2017
Richard, Are you a descendant of Anne White and John Bennett of Devonshire, England? If so, we are cousins.
|Leslie Galliher Gawne||Re Kate Kurtz Smith|
If she married George W Smith in 1864, then Alfretta Smith, b 1860 wasn't her child, but his first wife's (Mary Ellen Moore). William L Smith was most likely her first child.
I was browsing through some of my ancestors' memorials tonight, and I noticed that the stone posted for Charles Gadwa seems to be the stone for a person named Charles Gemose. I double-checked the birth and death dates on the stone against a database on Ancestry for Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions, and it corresponds to Charles Gemose. Charles Gadwa's birth date is abt. 1814, death is 15 Feb 1861. The memorial is #94848257 Thank you for your help!
18 Sep 1887
23 Dec 1891
OUR TREASURE BOY.
|John Holliday||RE: Edit of Gray information, Ottawa,Mn.|
Thanks for your reply. I would be happy to assist in any way I can. Accuracy is tricky, and I have found that even headstones are not infallible. So as you are surely aware, the more sources available the greater chance for correct information. I appreciate your attention to detail.
|John Holliday||Edit of Gray information, Ottawa,Mn.|
I appreciate your effort in providing this information and have some corrections to suggest regarding the Grays, my relatives via Lillie Gray Haines, my grandmother. The name for her father is Conard, not Conrad. It is clearly visible on the headstones but easy to mistake. Also, the daughter that died in 1863 was Orie, not Oril. I hope you can make these corrections to the data on the Find A Grave site. Thank you.
Sincerely, David Holliday
|Marilyn Pregler||RE: Lowery|
Thank you so much for all your efforts! If a lot of your relatives are at that cemetery...a lot of the rest are probably relatives of my children! :)
Again, thank you. Maybe I'll hear from you again sometime. Marilyn
|Marilyn Pregler||RE: Lowery|
You are so kind!!! I just happen to be an "Old Gal" without a car so its a little hard to run around and check these things out sometimes! Again, thank you so much. :) Marilyn
PS It turns out that they (AG & Willmuth) are part of the "first famalies" of Ottawa. I think AG is grandfather to CDW Scott, who built one of the first churches in Ottawa. This is getting kind of exciting!
Mr Bennett...I was wondering if I might ask a favor of you. I have traced A G Lowery to my family recently. He would be my childrens 3rd great grandfather. BUT...I can't seem to find his wife anywhere. Is there a way to find out if she is in the Ottawa cemetery with her husband and maybe not have a headstone? Her name was Willmuth or spelled similarly to that. Her last name was Monroe (Monrow). I would so appreciate your advice and expertise on this. Thank you, Marilyn Pregler
|Shannon B||Rose Young (Naylor) - Mount Muncie|
Hi Richard! I have uploaded your photo request for Rose Naylor. She is buried under her married name: Young. There are 5 others on this plot.
The others are:
- her husband, Henry
- 3 of her children: Parker, Grace, & Ruth
- Ruth's husband Donald Lohman
I have created memorials for them with photos, linked family members and added information found on ancestry.com when I was trying to verify relations. I apologize if anything I entered is incorrect.
I went ahead a transferred each one to you.
Thankfully you mentioned Henry in your note because that was how the cemetery office found Rose.
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