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|I've been researching the surname Curtis for many years, particularly the descendants of Thomas Curtis of Wethersfield. Also surnames Bestler, Bouchard, Ashton, Egermann, Kreyder, and Stoos in Illinois, Indiana, Germany, Alsace, and Montreal. Anyone looking for Curtis ancestors, please feel free to contact me.|
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|mpgenroots||RE: Jennie Fling Everett|
Thank you so much for changing the cemetery. I did notice it and have uploaded the photo of her stone.
|mpgenroots||Jennie Everett #113744724|
I apologize for the public message, but I sent an edit to you on 9/11/2016, asking you to move Jennie Fling Everett from Woodlawn Cemetery in Allen County, Ohio, to Woodland Union Cemetery in Van Wert, Ohio, then I will add the stone photo to your memorial and delete my duplicate memorial. Thank you!
|nancy linder||Thomas Jefferson Larkin, Sr.|
Just wondering why you did not mention his son, Thomas J Larkin, my grandfather. If you need more information I can be reached at either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
|Ted Rice||RE: John B. Curtis|
The John Curtis that went to Illinois was the father of the John who died in Washington County. He went to Canada first - probably because the Curtises were loyalists and he had family there, then went to Illinois. Possibly this man, as the dates are close: https://secure.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Curtis&GSfn=John&GSbyrel=all&GSdyrel=all&GSst=16&GScntry=4&GSob=n&GRid=117026712&df=all&
Added by Ted Rice on Apr 26, 2015 11:07 AM
|Ted Rice||RE: John B. Curtis|
That only has the one John Curtis on it (1809 - 1880). I found a link elsewhere (http://records.ancestry.com/john_bishop_curtiss_records.ashx?pid=22355337) that says he moved to Illinois, and others that say he went through Canada first.
Added by Ted Rice on Apr 25, 2015 4:12 PM
|Ted Rice||John B. Curtis|
I have been researching the early history of White Creek, NY. John and Margaret Curtis were among the early settlers. I believe John B. Curtis, whom you have listed as being buried in Woodlands Cemetery, is related to them as I have a deed of his selling land there that seems identical to theirs.
I was taking photos of gravestones there, and found John B. Curtis 1802-1880 with his wife, but couldn't find John B. Curtis 1772-1855. Can you tell me what part of the cemetery you found that stone in?
Added by Ted Rice on Apr 25, 2015 6:25 AM
|bhd||RE: Leo George Bestler|
Hi, I am not related to Leo. I was taking pictures in Saints Peter & Paul and when I was searching to add them I noticed the duplicate. The cemetery is nearby and has many memorials without a photo. bhd
Added by bhd on Oct 10, 2014 3:06 PM
|STUPEK||Rev Lansing PORTER's wife info|
Thanks for putting in the info on his wife. I am working on the surrounding CURTIS' who are buried in their plot: Fort Hill, Morning Side, Lot 24, Graves 1-13. Thanks again, Phyllis
Added by STUPEK on Aug 25, 2014 8:34 PM
|Scot Dailey||Tase / Brenn|
Hi, It looks like Tase has been removed as a sibling of Louis Brenn but I didn't fix it. I have not even been able to find a Tase that I have added or manage. I did find some marriage records that I added to Ancestry.com. I also have been unable to find a memorial for John Tase with that birth & death date. Do you know what the memorial number was? Always a good idea to include with any correspondence. If I can be of help let me know. Thanks and take care... Scot.
|Sue P.||RE: Louis C Brenn submission|
Thanks for catching that error! I'm not sure what happened or how I made that mistake but I'm glad you noticed and let me know. Thanks.
Added by Sue P. on Jun 21, 2014 3:51 PM
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