|Vickie Hellmann||Friedrich Rohrkaste|
I live across the street from Woodlawn Cemetery and I have been trying to find your relative's headstone.
I did find out that he is in Section 1 Lot 91 according to the records that the sexton had.
I couldn't find a headstone, but I did find some other Rohrkastes that might be related to you in the same area.
I'd like to send you the pictures that I took.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
William Rohrkaste 1861-1906, Rottlieb(sp) Rohkaste
1812?-1883, Martha Rohrkaste Aug 27 1894-Dec 13 1940, (Anna)? E. Rohrkaste 1845-1918, F.C. Rohrkaste 1829-190?
In an other section I found Ernest Rohrkaste Serf Co 1 15 MO INF March 22,1837-Jun 23 1892. He just got a new headstone to replace his damaged one. There's an old stone next to this stone, but I can't make out any first names or dates.
Sorry I couldn't help you more.
|Steven H.||RE: Dale Klueter|
you are most welcome! it was my pleasure to get it for you.
|Steven H.||RE: Klueter/Anderson|
Your welome glad to help.
|Bismarck||RE: Margaret & Eldon Kimberlin|
Always happy to help!
Added by Bismarck on May 28, 2015 3:10 PM
|judy lakkis||RE: Victor Gibbs|
You are most welcomed.. My pleasure
I wish I had one of his brother, my 3rd great grandfather Gottlieb Rohrkaste. I do have one of his wife though.
Added by Rob on Jan 19, 2015 3:50 PM
Does your husband happen to have any pictures of his 2nd great grandparents Rohrkastes?
Added by Rob on Jan 19, 2015 12:46 PM
I come from another branch of the Rohrkaste family. Rosa Rohrkaste's grandfather Ernst Rohrkaste was my 3rd great grand uncle.
Added by Rob on Jan 17, 2015 8:10 PM
I think we may be related through the Klueter side. My 2nd cousin 3x removed Rosa Rohrkaste married J. Henry Klueter.
Added by Rob on Jan 17, 2015 10:00 AM
|acl||Noah/Wilburn vs Lilborn Barber|
I took the photo which I could clearly read "Noah" but could not entirely make out the other name although it did not look like "Lillian". I guess it could be "Lilborn".
However, I arrived at the conclusion based on the a document I found at http://madison.illinoisgenweb.org/cemeteries/troycemetery.html where I did a search on the first name of "Noah" which indicated that Noah was a "Barber" with a notation of "Kimberlin??" and the next grave's name was attributed to "Wilburn D Barber".
So I'm not entirely sure if it is "Wilburn" based on the document or "Lilborn".
I hope this information helps.
Added by acl on Sep 04, 2014 8:59 AM
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