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|Ken Harms (#47185919)|
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I have had a life long interest in genealogy. Most of my family has its roots in the greater New York City area, with special emphasis on Brooklyn and Long Island.|
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|Marilyn W.||Louis Harms|
According to the person that posted his info, he had brothers Henry, Otto and a sister Dora. I found a 1920 census that shows his birth date as 1865 (and his wife's as 1885.) Apparently, he was about 20 years older than she. I submitted a change of his birth date to the person who made the memorial. Could your Henry be his brother?
Louis H Harms
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Birth: Oct. 25, 1885
Death: Jul. 18, 1934
Husband of Agnes Rose Harms,
and brother of Henry, Otto and Dora
Agnes M Harms (1884 - 1967)*
|Marilyn W.||Louis H. Harms|
B: 25 Oct 1865 Bremman, Hannover, Germany D:18 Jul 1934 Queens, NY. Do you know who his parents were?
|Marilyn W.||Claus and Anna Rebekka D. Harms|
I was wondering if you had any info on them According to my info, they were born in Misselwarden (or somewhere near there) and died in Woodbine, Illinois. Claus Harms (born 1815-1816 had at least one sister (Helena Christina Harms). I believe that she was my 2nd great grandmother. She was married to a Hinrich (Henry) Wicht. He was born in 1800 and died in Misselwarden in 1874. I am trying to find out when and where she died.
|Marilyn W.||Louis H and Agnes HArms|
I was wondering if you are related and/or have ant info on Louis Ha Harms and Agnes HArms buried in the Lutheran cemetery in Middle Village, Queens. According to the 1930 census a Rudolph Wicht lived with them. The 1940 census states that Agnes is a widow and Rudolph Wicht is a nephew.
|Chris Mills||Alexander Leopold Arnold|
Updated his memorial and transferred to you. The online cemetery records for Inglewood only go back to 1974/1975, if his wife Lily died before that she could be buried there but wouldn't show up on the website. You can call the cemetery and ask, I have only spoke to them a few times but they were very helpful to me when I called.
All the connections have been made for Anna
Added by Sue on Jun 09, 2012 8:21 PM
Ken, I was not able to respond to your email- I kept getting error messages. So I will answer this way:
Well, it took me a long time to make all the memorials I've entered. I don't mind transfering but I like to stick inside of Find a Grave guidelines, which is 4 generations in either direction. I also have a lot of relatives in Greenfield. I had planned to do the whole cemetery, but last year I had to have a knee replacement. So what I have done is special to me, because I might not be able to get there again (20 miles from home too)….I hope you understand my point of view.
I am very willing to enter any info into your relatives memorials. If you word it in such a way I can copy and paste so it will be written exactly as you wish and credited to you.
Have a safe Memorial Day !!!
Added by Sue on May 26, 2012 6:19 PM
|ShaneO||RE: Long Island|
Yes you do..here is the correct one...
Added by ShaneO on May 23, 2012 9:39 PM
You should this to the correct Long Island national Cemetery where there are over 300,000 burial listings....
Added by ShaneO on May 22, 2012 8:00 PM