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Hi--My name is Cathy. I am a retired HS English teacher with a BA from IL ST and and MA from Bradley, formerly of IL, now enjoying life in AZ.|
I have been doing geneaology for both my and my husband's family for the past 40+ years!
My interests on my mother's side :Irmscher-Doerr-Lochmiller--Borcherding-Mohn. My mother was born in St. Louis; her father and family in Leipiz, Saxony, Germany; her mother's family in Texas Co., MO and Albany, NY.
On my father's side, my interests are Schmidgall-Dallinger-Schieber-Wagner, mainly. Both of my father's parents were born in Wurttemberg, Germany.
My husband's family has been from Schuyler Co., IL since the 1820s--on his dad's side: Bartlow-Black-Suddeth-Hightower-Moore-Springs. On his mom's side: Caldwell-Pickinpaugh-Horton-Dunlavy-Gragg.
I have many photos from Schuyler Co, IL and Morton, IL. My husband and I have always enjoyed visiting old cemeteries around the country.
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|Sabrina Fletcher||RE: Requests|
Thanks my application doesn't always match up with the actual website as I'm sure you know! :)
|Sabrina Fletcher||RE: Mason cemetery|
You are most welcome for my efforts. I always try to hit cemetery especially the one with most requests when I am out of town. I was a little skeptical going over the fence on someone else's property but sometimes I cross the line because I feel the need to deliver remembrance and honor others lives rather than leaving them hidden and crumbling away in the woods.
|Angie||RE: Herman Henry Lockmiller 46887344|
If I remember correctly, I found it at the Historical Center in Springfield, MO. It was several years ago and I found several photos in books featuring the Shilling and Lockmiller (Lochmiller) families. I was fortunate enough to even find where my great-great grandmother, Salena (Lena) Shilling was married to Christian Lochmiller when she was a young girl.
I have had some photos shared with me from a Shilling cousin, but I'm not sure if this was one of them. I always try to document where I do receive or find my information, but I had major neck surgery the week prior to the visit to the history center and came home with a ton of info, but I didn't document it as I was back in the ER upon returning home. I wish I could tell you for certain, but it was one of the two listed above.
Added by Angie on Jan 27, 2017 11:51 AM
|Erin Schommer||Update for Kenneth Bartlow|
Hi there! I just happened across this site in my search for information. I am Wayne K Bartlow's daughter. His sister and sister to Mervin Bartlow passed away recently (last of the 3 siblings) Here is the information: Shirley B. Ward June 22, 1922 - October 21, 2016. Delight to realize (after 57 years) that my father's middle initial K was probably from his father's name Kenneth!
|Mary K. Ward||RE: 163934538|
Hi Kathy. Many thanks! I made the corrections. I am transferring his memorial to you. I do hope that's OK with you! I am not related nor connected. At age 81 I'm slowing down.
You wrote: 163934538
His mother's name was Johanna DALLINGER, not Gallinger; she was never referred to as "Jennie." She died in Ittlingen, Germany. His actual birth date was 23 Oct. 1884, in Ittlingen. To his family in Illinois and in Germany, he was Martin.
|Ian D. Swart||Vantine|
Thank you so much for photographing the Vantine graves!!
|LS||Dano Ion Gartin|
A big thank you for providing a pic of Dano. I appreciate your work!
Added by LS on Jul 08, 2016 5:50 PM
|Suzy & Rob||James Ostrom|
Yes, James Ostrom was Pearl's son. You can find his death certificate here to verify:
|Robert DeVowe||RE: Michael Klenck|
Are you asking about the church photo? It was not added by me but it is the church (Church yard) where he was buried.
|Robert DeVowe||RE: Michael Klenck|
Which memorial? Can you give me a name and or a number.
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