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Hi, I appreciate all the work that you do. I just wanted to let you know that she is my Mom and no one ever called her Ann. She did not like it. I thought that could be corrected on the site. I tried but it would not let me. Thanks!
Hi, I do not know if he had any siblings. His obituary did not list siblings, however it did list his children: He is survived by his sons, Donnie Means of Victoria, Pete Means and wife Melissa of Nome, Royce Means of El Campo, Bill Means and wife Mona of Corpus Christi; fourteen grandchildren and twenty-two great-grandchildren.
I no longer add survivors to bio's per find a grave guidelines....... Hope this helps! Burrrrr, Wisconsin! Take care, LJ
Added by LJCL16 on Feb 02, 2017 5:47 PM
Hi, I am the grandchild of his daughter Emma Hadwig Grochowski Buehrens and was finding all the information on family members fascinating. I was wondering if this is a hobby for you or did you know the family? The reason the kids took the Block name was because at that time no one wanted a Polish last name. An older sibling did not take the younger siblings in or adopt them and it caused problems for years. Haddie was adopted and Emma became a ward of the state of Wisconsin. They sent her to live with farm families and she worked for her room and board.
|sarah kavran-drees||Alphronia LeMunyon Lamb|
I recently read your information on Alphronia...re: the obit for daughter Adelphia (Reed) McKenna...my late mother-in-law..Dorothy Walkinshaw McKenna(adopted by Uncle Frank at the time of her mother's murder)Drees...she(Dorothy) had done some family research(before the computer era) and listed the birth of Adelphia as Le Munyon,France!!!
Thank-you for the extensive work you have done on this family...
|Delila Duffy||Auguste Arndt|
The memorial for Auguste Arndt & others at St. Johnís Lutheran Cemetery in N/YA are not duplicates. Other contributors failed to realize that this cemetery, which to someone not familiar with the area, looks to be one large cemetery. It is not. There are in fact three cemeteries. None of them have distinguishing boarders. To the far north is the old Young America City Cemetery, next to it toward the south is St. Johnís Lutheran Cemetery, and then to the south is the new section of the Young America City Cemetery. My ancestor donated part of his hay field to the city for this new section because the old section was full or near full. Other contributors at some points, & I assume continue to do to this day, is when they realize their mistake/s, edit their memorials and place them in the correct cemetery. This editing makes it look that my memorials are duplicates when indeed they are not. I will leave my memorials as is for all three cemeteries, as they are and continue to be correct.
for the son/daughter correction for Polly. I must have been tired! :D
have find a grave merge them
Added by brenda on May 12, 2015 12:20 PM
Thank you !!!
I knew about all those sites.
I just had never found information on him.
So THANK YOU for finding it for me. :)