|Ann Hawkes (#46901917)|
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please disregard my previous letter. I realize my mistake now
|BRETT HEMLINGER||Alice Hemlinger|
Hi Sophia (Alice) May Hemlinger is my great aunt. I was under the impression she had 4 husbands but no children, respectfully yours Brett Hemlinger
|Wilmer L. Kerns||RE: Balzar Stoker headstone|
I have posted the photo again. I do not know why it disappeared. I am the owner, so there should be no problem with posting it.
|Tim Childree||Karl Kaminska in Magnolia Cemetery|
You are correct. His death record gives 1930 as the year he died, and he appears in the 1920 census residing in Mobile. The grave marker has the wrong year (1903) inscribed. Alabama death/burial records before 1908 are scarce online so I didn't bother to look him up. I have updated his memorial. I'll get a picture posted soon. Thanks.
|Timothy Trochelman||Charity (Fryback) Stoker|
Hello Ann -
I'm so glad that the memorial that I created for Charity Stoker turns out to be your 4th great grandmother. I am descended from her brother, William Fryback and Hannah (Bobo) Fryback who are buried in the same cemetery as Charity.
I know that Charity's father was John but I cannot figure out who John's father was. There was a George Thomas Fryback in Montgomery County, Ohio at the same time as John. Their birthdates are only a few years apart so I figure that they are likely brothers. There are some out there that believe that the Fryback group originated with those two men and that they came from Germany and that the original spelling of the last name was Freybach. I find that spelling in Germany and also the spelling Freybag (which would be pronounced that same as our Fryback). Do you have any info on any of that?
Thanks for any light that you might shed.