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|cathy w||Suzanne O'Brien|
Sorry to send you out to no avail. However, her husband Tom told me she is in Owatonna. Dalby Data is not always accurate. I will remover the request and have Tom take me to the grave. C
Added by cathy w on Sep 07, 2016 8:43 AM
|Anna Young||I found it!|
Here is the website where I got my information...it is not "researched", but much of the information looks like items that only a family member would know.
|Anna Young||Matilda Pavik|
Here is one other interesting piece. In the Minnesota State Census in 1895 for Steele county, It looks like Matilda may have had her brother or other family member living with her and Anton by the name of Frank Skalicky. He is married to a Matilda, their child is named Mary. I found these names several times when looking up the name Skalicky.
If I had to make an educated guess, I am betting that Mathilda Skalicky and Frank Skalicky are siblings.
|Anna Young||RE: Mathilda Pavek|
I was wrong! After researching I found three different Anton Paveks. I mixed some information together. Anton I. Pavek came to the United States in 1882, and settled in Pine, Minnesota. Anton was also married to Matilda in 1882. Their son Edward, died in 1918 and both parents are listed on his death certificate. https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FDSG-1YJ
(I got mixed up with additional children names listed in family search.) The 1900 Census states that they were married in 1882, and they were the parents of 9 children with only six of them alive at the time: Anna, Emily, Adolph, Edward, Josephine, And Bessy.
Here is their marriage information:
So sorry for the mixup. I asked the person in charge of the find a grave site to fix my goof! I will fix it in family search as well.
|Anna Young||RE: Mathilda Pavek|
I was researching for a friend and came across two different Anton Paveks. One is Anton A. Pavek. The other is Anton I. Pavek. Anton I Pavek died in 1925 in Mission Creek Pine Minnesota. The other, Anton A. Pavek died in 1940 in Steele, Minnesota. He was born in Austria.
All of the information came off of family search.
|Kathy Brick||RE: Vincent Klecker photo|
You're Welcome Jo,
I was glad that I could fill your request.
|Chuck Barden||Edwin Verplank|
I have a bio of Edwin Verplank at www.1stMinnesota.net May I add his photograph to the site credited to you?
|Jim Krahulec||Dorothy Kubicek|
Thank you so much for the Dorothy Kubicek memorial transfer.
|Nancy D||RE: Memorial 92049712|
In Regards to Claude Apfelbeck the headstone is definitely in Vermont - I have never been to Wisconsin to take a picture.
His wife is definitely buried in Vermont ie
excerpt from her obit
No funeral services will be held in Wisconsin, Hazel wishes to be buried in Bennington, Vt., with her parents. She missed her green mountains for the past 57 years
I believe that they are both buried in Vermont - his name is on the headstone and I believe after 57 years he would be buried next to his wife. He was from Wisconsin and his family is probably buried there but I am sure he is in Vermont. It is probably just a memorial in Wisconsin with his family.
I will add a note to his memorial referencing that.
Added by Nancy D on Jul 03, 2013 7:57 PM
Janice has been linked to her parents as requested! Happy Holidays!
Added by larry on Dec 06, 2012 7:56 AM
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