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|Shelby Schapker||Katie Bengert 1847/1918|
Regarding Katie Bengert at Locust Hill Cemetery in Evansville Indiana - if you could call the city (812) 435-6040 and request her section number, I would be able to find her grave and photograph it for you, since I am very near there. She was not listed in their online database.
I am not able to call, because they only give out 3 plot locations, and then charge for subsequent ones, and I was already at 3.
I was told Locust Hill had caught fire in the past and numerous records and stones were damaged or destroyed, which is why it is a rather odd looking cemetery with large open areas were people are resting. If I am unable to find her headstone, I can photograph her section so you will have something.
Also if she is not found at Locust Hill, there is another older cemetery called Oak Hill you may check. It is under the same number.
|Doretha Diefenbach-Hines||John A. Bauer|
John does have a tombstone.
It is spelled Bowers on the stone
info from justgravediggin.com
|Doretha Diefenbach-Hines||Margaret, Infant, Roy, Rena, August|
Not of the above Bauers have tombstones.
Infant Bauer died April 2, 1869 from general debility, parents are Jacob and Anna
Margaret Bauer died July 1894 at the age of 19 from malarial fever
Roy Jr. was born June 3, 1913 and died October 1913 at the age of 3 months 28 days from dysentery, parents Roy and Olga
August J. Bauer died November 1896 at the age of 6 months from meningitis
John A. Bauer is in my book "The LAST CALL.
Hope this helps
|Kerry Clark||RE: Bridget McCarthy|
Bridget is my wife's GGGrandmother. Her son Patrick Henry is my wife's GGrandfather.
It's funny that you mention Nancy Senior, as I have worked with her in the past on Ancestry.com.
I will check on photos, but I believe she got most of hers from her Aunt Maureen in Worcester.
I will work on getting what she has scanned, so I can send you some.
Looking forward to talking to you again. My email is email@example.com.
With Regards - Kerry Clark
|Kerry Clark||Bridget McCarthy|
Thank you very much for the photo. This person
is in a tree that I am doing for my wife. I am sure she will appreciate it.
|Jock-a-mo fi na ney||RE: Bauer Photos|
sorry for the late reply. the info i found on rena was from the newspaper archives at willard library. according to my notes, the paper listed rena bauer, age 64. i didn't write the date of the paper down, but it would have been the day after death most likely.
|Jerry Huffman||Charles Nuesseler|
Hope you can use....
Charles T. Nuesseler, 80: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
San Diego Union-Tribune, The (CA) - January 31, 1995
Deceased Name: Charles T. Nuesseler, 80
At the outbreak of World War II, Charles T. Nuesseler left his job as a paint salesman in New York City and enlisted in the Army Air Corps. Mr. Nuesseler was among the first wave of American glider pilots to land behind enemy lines in the invasion of Normandy.
Lt. Col. Nuesseler, who later worked as an auditor for the Air Force and in civil service, died in his sleep Jan. 22 in a Carlsbad residence. He was 80.
He was called to active duty again at the outbreak of the Korean War and served in the Air Force until 1967. With the aid of an Air Force program called Operation Bootstraps, he studied finance at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and became a certified public accountant.
In 1960, Lt. Col. Nuesseler was assigned as resident auditor of General Dynamics in San Diego. Subsequent Air Force auditing work took him to Spain and Germany.
After his retirement from the Air Force, Lt. Col. Nuesseler joined the Defense Contract Audit Agency. He was regional field manager of San Diego's DCAA office from 1979 until he retired in 1982. Lt. Col. Nuesseler, a native of Evansville, Ind., lived in Pacific Beach. He observed a strict exercise regimen during his retirement years and was a Veterans Administration and Meals On Wheels volunteer.
He is survived by his wife, Gerry; three daughters, Judith Kondon and Pamela Nuesseler, both of San Diego, and Nancy Nuesseler, of Los Angeles, and four grandchildren.
A memorial service was held Wednesday at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery.
|Linda Claxton 💕||Nuesselers in Ft Rosecrans|
His wife Elizabeth #3421868 is now linked to him. They are together SECTION T SITE C-97.
Hi Melissa, I'm related to Gertie Edins, who married Will Curren (son of Peter). So that's probably not much help to you, sorry!
Added by Karen on Jun 14, 2012 5:04 PM
|Bill Schraeder||RE: Anna Asmann Photo|
You are very welcome. I added a memorial and photo for Anna N. (Asmann) Bauer and her husband Gus. I hope this helps you with your search. You will have to ask Helen to correct the dates on Charles H. Asman and link him with his wife Mary V. Asman. She also needs to link Anna and Henry as husband and wife. Good luck. Bill
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