|Kent Thompson (#47107969)|
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Been doing genealogy for over 10 years now and it remains one of my most favorite free-time consumers. |
Primary lines being researched include Thompson, Hantsbarger, White, Kenner, Walker, Warburton, Jenness, Myers, Marolf, Eshelman, Negly, Schramling, Valet, and Finkenbinder. Most of my and my wife's ancestors hail from Iowa, Wisconsin, Ontario, British Columbia and Nebraska, but there are some from Illinois, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, too. Immigrants came primarily from England, Ireland and Switzerland.
Feel free to contact me if you have questions about memorials I've added or if you have information to share. If a memorial I've added has helped you in your research, I'd be delighted to hear about it. Let me know, too, if you would like me to transfer ownership of any. You can contact me directly at "kent857("at"-symbol)gmail.com".
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|Nancy Silvernail||Patrick Molohon|
Please ignore that rambling correction I added for Patrick O Molohon. Never should one try to send a message while on the phone with one's Mother.
This particular branch of the Molohon family is a bit convoluted. Patrick Oswald Molohon was married first to Florence Yeomans. They had a son, Patrick Oswald Molohon Jr. I only have a birth date for him..5/5/1929. When Florence died, Patrick SR married Margaret Barbara Herbert Molohon. They had no children.
Margaret had previously been married to Patrick's brother, Joseph Herman Molohon. They had 8 children.
Margaret is the older sister of my grandmother, Cecelia Magdelin Herbert Jewson.
I sincerely hope this makes a lot more sense than that rambling mess I originally sent!
|Julia||Edith Z Jungmann|
thank you for connecting Edith Z Jungmann, to her husband,
Added by Julia on Jan 05, 2017 6:00 PM
|Julia||Edith Z Jungmann|Added by Julia on Jan 05, 2017 5:59 PM
|Klaus Duenser||Agatha Blum|
I found a letter of Agatha Blum
135 4th Ave. North St.Paul dated Nov 14. 1929
which she sent to my great grandfather Ulrich Mittelberger in Goetzis Austria. They must have been neighbours, before Agatha migrated with her husband Josef Blum to the US.
In case you are interested in a copy, please send me an email adress.
|Barbara [Myers] Slater Nelson||related|
Hi Kent, I believe we are related. I used to share info with Doug Thompson. My mom was a Myers. My GGgrandpa was Jeremiah who raised Ella. I have a tree at www.mibabs.tribalpages.com if you want to see it. I am on fb with hundreds and hundreds of cousins if you want to look me up. I"m under Barbara Slater Nelson. Best wishes.
|Lisa Voeks||Oh my goodness|
Thank you my son Andrew Patrick Voeks died of SIDS in 1987 and I just saw his grave for the first time in 27 years! I couldn't remember what I choice and it felt horrible. When my husband and I buried him it was a black out moment and hard to breath.
Seeing his little grave made me feel like I could almost visit again.
We moved soon after and it was so hard to leave and I felt I was leaving him. This is the hardest time of year because he was born in March and died in May. I can still after all these years smell him.
Also, we have Thomson's in our family, Marge and Norm, they have also passed on.
Thank you for giving a grave to visit even if on the web.
|Thomas Rex||Elizabeth M. Campbell|
Scott: Many thanks for your photo of my mother's grave in St. John's Cemetery in White Bear. I was very moved as I was not able to be at her funeral.
Thomas Rex Campbell, Jr. (son) New York
Kent: Thanks so much for the transfers and for all you do to preserve our history! pam
Added by Pam on Aug 26, 2013 7:03 PM
Thank you for adding the links as I requested. It is nice to see families linked together once again. Thank you for all your work on Find A Grave.
|Cindy Rea||RE: Calvin Elliott Latta|
Thank you so much for updating the memorial. A transfer is not necessary. I had just learned that my paternal grandmother was adopted and I was tracing the adoptive family's roots. I have sent you a proper request to link him to his parents.
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