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Michael Keltch (#47354213)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 15 days
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Bio Photo I live in Eastern Nebraska. My daughter and I love going through cemeteries looking for family members and taking pictures.

I will happily transfer any memorial as long as they are not related to me.

Feel free to use any of our pictures for your genealogy purposes. The only thing I ask is for credit when you post them on the internet.

Thank you to those who have helped me with my past requests - and for those of you who may help me in the future.

Happy Hunting!
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Bryan Vanshur
John and Henry Klintworth
I was reading the Snyder Centennial book about Herman and Anna Klintworth. According to the write up about them, the mother of John and Henry was Gesche Brunjes (Herman's second wife). She passed away in Germany from tuberculosis.
Added by Bryan Vanshur on Mar 11, 2017 7:17 AM
Bryan Vanshur
Helena Borgelt Legband
I submitted an update to change her father. Her dad's was Johann Heinrich Friederich Borgelt. You had Johann Werbelow. I got the info from the Snyder Centennial book. Let me know if you have any questions.
Added by Bryan Vanshur on Mar 04, 2017 11:06 AM
Bryan Vanshur
Carl Julius Schneider update
I submitted an update for Carl. I got the information from the Snyder Centennial book. Thank you for all you do! :)
Added by Bryan Vanshur on Feb 25, 2017 6:49 AM
keith jansen
misspellings
I noticed in the Zion Lutheran Cemetery, rural Bancroft, NE, the name of Repschlaeger was spelled correctly until it came to A.H. Repschlaeger and the names following were misspelled to Resschlaeger. The first spelling was correct. Thank you for all the work you do. It is appreciated.
Added by keith jansen on Dec 01, 2016 2:22 PM
Robert Aldrine
Henry Martin family
Hi, Michael. I am a relative of the Martin family from Osage City KS. My grandmother is Jessie L. Martin, daughter of Edgar Martin.
I'm curious how you are related to the Martin's, and how you got all those great family photos!
Your contributions to this site with all the Martin info. is very much appreciated.
Thanks!
Robert Aldrine
Contributor (#47745462)
Added by Robert Aldrine on Sep 09, 2016 2:34 PM
Phil Wegner
Memorial Transfers
My name is Phil Wegner contributor #47600568. I would like you to transfer memorial numbers
116685053 and 116685054 and to me.
Clifton Metzger and Lydia (Wegner) Metzger
Added by Phil Wegner on Sep 07, 2016 3:41 PM
Bryan Vanshur
Ernest Seebeck
According to the Snyder Centennial book, Ernest was born 12/26/1884 and died 2/21/1885.
Added by Bryan Vanshur on Jul 30, 2016 7:12 AM
Bryan Vanshur
Arthur Seebeck
Michael, I was going through my Snyder Centennial book and I found information on the Seebecks. You have Jurgen and Meta Seebeck listed as Arthur's parents. They're actually his grandparents. John and Emilie Seebeck were Arthur's mom and dad. Would you like me to send the updates via the edit tab? Thanks for all you do! :)
Added by Bryan Vanshur on Jul 30, 2016 6:17 AM
Patricia Kennedy Max
Inscriptions on three stones
I'm having problems reading the inscriptions on the two stones on Find A Grave Memorial 42162966 and the one stone on Find A Grave Memorial 42162965. Did you happen to keep a record of those inscriptions?

Thanks.

Patricia Max
Added by Patricia Kennedy Max on Jul 08, 2016 7:27 PM
Alan DeKay
Mewhirter transfer
Thank you for the transfer of my great grandparents Hannah and Frederick. It is appreciated. If you would be so kind as to transfer my aunts and uncles, I would appreciate that too. Aunt is Bessie Mewhirter. Uncles are Ward Mewhirter, Don, Harry, and James Theodore who we called Uncle Ted. Your work taking pictures is appreciated and I thank you for your good work.
Added by Alan DeKay on May 23, 2016 8:36 PM
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