|Joyce (Niehaus) Rea (#47793609)|
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For the most part I am into Find A Grave in a small way and generally post only people who have a personal or family connection. |
The one exception is most of the postings for Woodville Catholic Cemetery (also known as St.Mary's Woodville Cemetery). The primary source for Woodville Catholic Cemetery is the book Woodville Twp. Cemeteries published by Sandusky County Kin Hunters, Fremont, Ohio. The other source for burials in Woodville Catholic Cemetery is the records of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Genoa, Ohio.
It is possible that some of the graves in Woodville Catholic Cemetry have been moved to other cemeteries over the years. Also, many stones in this cemetery are broken and others are not readable. Some burials may have never been marked with grave stones. I will be happy to make corrections.
If you wish me to transfer a memorial to you, simply put in a request. Please ask me to make corrections using the "Edit" feature. I do my best to be as accurate as possible.
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|Jeanette||RE: Ida Strunk # 109746985|
I have the census and marriage information. Yes, they lived in Cincinnati. If you give me your e-mail I can send you attachement.
Added by Jeanette on Mar 26, 2017 9:00 AM
|Jeanette||Ida Strunk # 109746985|
I notice that you left flowers on Ida Twachtman Strunk's memorial. Her husband was Henry Strunk who may be my great-grandfather. Per the 1870 census Henry Strunk was living with Frances Strunk who married Henry Niehaus. Ida mentions a niece, Mildred Niehaus, in her will. If any of these names sound like they may be related to you, please contact me. I'm trying to determine if Ida's husband is my great-grandfather.
Thank you for reading and any help you can provide.
Added by Jeanette on Mar 25, 2017 5:30 PM
|Joan Bartz||RE: Transfer Dona Mae Welch|
I am happy to entrust her memorial to family.
|Denise Pitzen||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
|kuestr||RE: Emery Freimark|
Thank you for transferring my grandparents and great-grandfather. Do you have my great grandfather's baptismal record? I have him listed as William F, but would not be surprised if he went by his middle name.
I remember great grandma Lena. My grandparents took care of her for awhile. I used to do crafts with her; and my brother and I played cards with her. We were playing cards with her when she had what I think was a stoke. I think she went into a nursing home after that.
I have a family photo of William, Lena and children that was taken around 1919.
I would love it if we could share any family documentation we have, as long as we could do it privately.
Added by kuestr on May 17, 2016 1:55 PM
I notice you also have my grandfather's grave. Would you be willing to transfer him also?
Added by kuestr on May 16, 2016 4:31 PM
I would love to have this grave transferred to me.
I am unsure of how this is done, but I have noticed other family graves sponsored by other people, so I am interested in doing this.
Added by kuestr on May 16, 2016 4:28 PM
|Melissa Paskvan||RE: Duplicates|
I apologize Joyce, I double check before adding...
Maybe was originally under the spelling Ferstnau when I added. No problem, deleted. I did add my photo I've taken to Johann memorial, I hope you don't mind. Melissa
Deleted #159352414 Thanks Ray
Added by rakjr on May 14, 2016 12:16 PM
Her birth name is Bessie, not Bernice. Just because one census shows her name as Bernice it does not make it true. Her birth certificate, baptismal certificate, etc. all show the name Bessie. She was my grandmother. I know her correct name.
Added by kuestr on May 13, 2016 8:46 AM
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