|Jacob B (#47342702)|
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|Mamarama||RE: Merline Benoit and mother Agnes|
Hello Jacob: The link was added as you requested.
Added by Mamarama on Feb 10, 2016 6:10 AM
|herndon b wederstrandt||wederstrandt|
Do you have anymore info on the wederstrandts
|Bernie||Antonio Domingo Truxillo|
Hi Jacob, There is a memorial to Antonio D. Truxillo, #68554276, with a photo attached, that has a link to you. Was it taken in Assumption Cemetery in Plattenville, and if so, what section was it located? Thanks, Bernie
Added by Bernie on Oct 18, 2013 11:13 AM
Thank you so much for having this page. I have been looking so long just to see my grandparents faces and you made it happen. Do you think maybe you could find my uncle too? My cousin was there but not my uncle, his name is Jerry Eskind. He's in the same Cemetary. Thank you again, My email is email@example.com if you need to get back in touch with me. also are you able to find more pictures? let me know please and thank you
|Margie Luke||St Martin headstone|
No, there is no headstone for him. His name is among those listed on a marker honoring Revolutionary War patriots. I entered the names using information found in DAR and church records. Hope this answers your question and that you enjoyed your visit in St Martinville. Margie
|Carla McClasky||RE: Asbiah Denney in Vance cemetery|
You are welcome. I changed the spelling of the name so it is now correct. He was married to my husbands distant cousin Sarah McClaskey.
Have a wonderful day,
|Make Me A Taco||Mary E Bellmer|
Hey Jacob, could you help me find the right cemetery for Mary E. Bellmer. She is buried there in Emmet County or Petoskey. Her first husband was John Kruskie and her second husband was George Ritter. I have her birth and death date correct on her Find a grave listing but folks went out to get a foto for me St Francis and said she was not buried there. Any help you can give me would be great. Also I would like to link any Bellmer family info you can give me to find a grave and our family tree. I think we are friends on facebook so if it is easier you can message me through facebook see Julia Marie Kuberska or email me direct at work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks cousin. :)
|Make Me A Taco||RE: Mary E. Bellmer photograph|
I have more fotos on our family tree @ Ancestry .com. I think you may have them already though they are of Sarah and Peter Bellmer or Salome and Piere Cordier dit Bellhumeur as they are known in the French Canadian style. Peace :)
|MLG||Wizi in Fort Thompson S.D.|
I haven't found more stones for the Wizi family ... at least, none that photographed well enough to make out the information.
I do have about 30 photos of graves that, while marked, lack identification and am trying to locate someone who can help me.
Added by MLG on Feb 13, 2012 10:24 AM
|MLG||RE: Wizi family in Fort Thompson S.D.|
Hi, there. After growing up here I moved to Alaska and lived there 30-some years. When I moved back here a few years ago, I realized just how horribly different the attitudes are towards Natives, "up there" and "down here" and wish I knew more how to help fix that.
I'm awed by the beauty of the cemetery there in Ft.T., and I spent a couple afternoons there with the intent of uploading these photos to F-A-G.
I'm bothered, though, that so many of the graves lack ID, even when they are marked in some form or other. I still took photos of those, however, in hopes that I can find a way to ID them so they, too, can be uploaded.
If you have any suggestions or ideas on how or who I can contact to find this out (my preliminary inquiries, of the Episcopal Church & the Buffalo Cnty. Courthouse) have really led nowhere -- again to my consternation -- let me know and I'll follow up with that, too.
In the meantime, just an FYI re Native research: The Native Studies Department at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion has a really impressive set of history and documents re especially the Sioux. In just the last few years they've been inventorying their holdings ... which include *tape-recordings* and/or transcripts of interviews with Native Americans, back to even the 30s, if I remember correctly.
They are a wonderful group there, small in number but very willing and enthusiastic about their work, and I know they would do their best to help you if you make an inquiry to them. I"ve spoken to them a few times about the difficulties in Native family research/genealogy (White names versus Native names, e.g.) & am hopeful that somehow, some way, I can help them in their efforts.
Good luck to you, no matter whether we "talk" again!
Added by MLG on Jan 20, 2012 3:07 PM
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