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|Judy S||Ottilia Habel death date|
Jesse, on this page: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6896043 I've just done an edit to report that Ottilia died on 29 Nov 1939, not as it is stated on the gravestone as 19 Nov 1939. The death certificate for Ottilia says the physician attended her from January 3, 1939 until November 29, 1939 and the last day he saw her alive was November 28, 1939. You can contact me for verification if you wish; Ottilia's page in my tree is here: https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/89627761/person/48591928328/facts and the death certificate can be accessed there.
Added by Judy S on Jul 19, 2017 1:43 PM
|Rosalie M Kenney-Poyntz||Location of spouse|
I was wondering if you might assist me? I am looking for the spouse of Mary Elizabeth Grabber Schroeder Find A Grave Memorial# 6893397. His name is Joseph (Johann) Schroeder died 1860 in New Vienna, Dubuque, Iowa, age 57. he should be buried close to Mary
|Harold & Bonita Meier||Donald Dugan|
We have brought this up to date I rechecked the Ancestry article with Halligans today all okay. Thanks
|Harold & Bonita Meier||Donald J. Dugan|
You can get this information on Ancestry very easy sad to leave it with no birth or death records. Thanks Bonita Meyer Meier #84006290
|Bob Elliker||Find A Grave Memorial# 6899724 Frank A. Graf|
We would like to ask for a correction on this Memorial. Frank's daughter Janice was not with Adela, but with his first wife Gladys Rupp, and they had a second daughter Nancy as well While married to Adela they did have a daughter Sandra Lee Graf Bodenheimer and she was their only child.
Thanks for your help.
Bob Elliker (Member #336903855)
|Cheryl Locher Moonen||John Hennessy|
Jesse, do you have this article?
Dubuque Herald, August 4, 1900
ESTATE WORTH A MILLION
Executors of Archbishop Hennessy
File Will and Statement in
There has been much speculation as to the value of Archbishop Hennessy’s private estate and there, therefore, will be much interest in the authentic statement of that amount. Archbishop Hennessy’s private estate is valued at $1,400,000. This information comes from St. Paul and is obtained from a statement filed by the executors in court there. An Associated Press dispatch from St. Paul says:
St. Paul, Aug. 3.- The will of the late Archbishop John Hennessy of Dubuque, Iowa, has been filed for probate here by the executors, Roger Ryan and Clement Johannes, of Dubuque. The estate amounts to above $1,000,000, $400,000 of which is Minneapolis real estate and personal property, being situated in Iowa.
The Minnesota property is divided among nine relatives. The Iowa property is divided between relatives and sisterhoods of the church.
|A.J. Marik||Re: step parents|
Thank you for your suggestion. We do not have plans at this time to add anymore family linkage fields, but I'll certainly put the idea into the hopper.
Curator of Archives, Find a Grave
|Karyl Bissell Jorgenson||Ella Cornelia (Ellie) Bissell|
Your entry for Ella has Find A Grave#125908782 & there is one under E C Bissell #129443070 that I think is the same person. Can you take a look at the gravestone & see if it's the same? (the pic just shows the initials, the same as her brother & father's)
Thanks so much..
|Donna J Breuer||Jesse|
Could you please get a closeup of the grave marker for Dolores Jane Wright buried at Linwood Cemetery in Dubuque. Her memorial # is 133761309. Thanks for your help
|Carl Ingwalson||Preston Family Cemetery|
Memorials #6924597, #6924596, etc. Another website (Geocaching.Com) says David H. Preston, son of Sylvester and Anna (West) Preston, is also buried in this cemetery with a small American flag next to the stone. If you're in the area and have a chance to verify that, another memorial could be added. David served in the 21st Infantry during the Civil War, was wounded at Vicksburg 05/22/1863 and died at Memphis 07/15/63 (or 07/16/63 - records differ). I would normally expect him to be buried in the Memphis National Cemetery but, in addition to the above reference, an inventory of his effects says they were "turned over to Annie Preston" indicating his mother, aware that he was wounded, may have gone south to be with him in the hospital and then taken him home for burial. It's also possible the stone in the cemetery is a cenotaph.
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