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Charlotte (#46617978)
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Will Carrick
RE: Anna Killian
You're welcome (Austria -- no, you're not going to just drop by & take a photo sometime). Will

Added by Will Carrick on Feb 25, 2015 7:34 AM

William Neill
Mayor Dana 'Buck' Rinehart
Thank~you so very much for the flowers and voting on Buck
being famous. I know he would appreciate your kindness.

Blessings to you and your family.

Added by William Neill on Feb 21, 2015 7:36 AM

Steven Weinreich
Photo
Charlotte.....I hope this message finds you well. Any chance that you live near Vienna? Might you be able to assist with this photo request?

Hi all. Is there anyone in this group that lives in Vienna, Austria? If so, would you be willing to pass by the address, listed below, and take a photo of the house and the street in general. I hope the address is enough to go on to show the residence where my great grandparents, Jacob Pisk and Irene Weiss, lived and eventually perished in the Holocaust. I would like to see a part of their history. Thank you.
Address:
Leopolds Gasse 22, Vienna, Austria.

Please reply to steveweinreich26@gmail.com

Thanks. All the best

Steve Weinreich

Added by Steven Weinreich on Feb 08, 2015 8:09 PM

R Burnett
Robert Galcatcher
News Article - Robert Galcatcher - Stilwell Democrat Journal - June 2, 1960
Charges have been filed against Jim Harris, 39-year-old resident of Bunch, in connection with the fatal shooting of Bob Galcatcher, 30, Saturday night in a Stilwell parking lot. The shooting evidently followed an argument which started in a tavern owned by Rufus Rider in the 100 block on West Oak Street.

Bob Leatherwood, who manages the tavern, is said.to have ordered Galcatcher from the place earlier in the evening for quarreling with Harris and other occupants. Adair, county Sheriff R. L. Swepston said Harris told him he had started to go home and was seated in his car with Art Myers, of Watts, when Galcatcher attempted to force his way into the front seat of the vehicle. The car was parked behind the Rider tavern. Harris said he feared Galcatcher was attacking him with a knife. Harris pulled a 25-caliber automatic pistol and fired one shot at Galcatcher from close range. The bullet entered Galcatcher's body in the right side, just below the shoulder, and left through his left chest.

The wounded man staggered approximately 20 feet into the Worley pool hall and fell back out of the door. Seconds later, he was dead.

Harris and Myers drove away from the scene. Approximately an hour later, officers said Myers called to inquire about Galcatcher's condition. When he was told of the man's death, he told Swepston he would bring Harris right in. The sheriff waited an hour and then he and Gene Philpott, undersheriff, decided to go after the pair; However, they met them, with one of Harris' neighbors, on the road to town.

Myers was placed under arrest in connection with the affair. He was later released. Swepston said. Harris was released Tuesday under a $6,000.00 bond.

Galcatcher was a former resident of this area but has been living in Tulsa for some time. Funeral services for Robert Galcatcher were held Tuesday, May 31, in Echota church, under the direction of Roberts Funeral Home. Burial was in Echota cemetery.

He was born March 4, 1930 in Stilwell. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Ida Galcatcher of the home, in Tulsa; one son, Ronnie, also of the home; four brothers and three sisters.

Added by R Burnett on Feb 06, 2015 7:13 AM

Lori DeArmond
Thanks
Thank you for visiting my momma's memorial and leaving your blessings. Did you know her?

Added by Lori DeArmond on Jan 10, 2015 9:19 PM

EmilyAnn Frances May
New Year's Blessings
Charlotte, Bright blessings for new beginnings. May 2015 be a year filled with all good things, people and events for you.

Added by EmilyAnn Frances May on Jan 02, 2015 5:55 AM

LKat
Thank you
Thank you for the Christmas token for my mom. I appreciate your kindness.

Happy Holidays

Added by LKat on Dec 24, 2014 6:22 PM

Julia Milton
Violet Martin
Thank you for the sweet message you left for my cousin :-)

Added by Julia Milton on Dec 15, 2014 6:36 PM

Winged Spur
Eva Queen Wolfe
Charlotte, I thought you might enjoy.
Click: Eva Queen Wolfe

Bill

Added by Winged Spur on Dec 09, 2014 3:48 AM

Winged Spur
RE: Queen family
Looks like we are making good progress with this family! Happy Holidays!

Added by Winged Spur on Dec 06, 2014 2:28 PM

Andrea G.
Sehr lieb von Dir!
Liebe Charlotte, ganz lieben Dank für Deine "note" für Henk. Schon 6 Jahre vergangen.
Hoffentlich geht es Dir gut, wünsche es Dir von Herzen!
Ich werde zu Weihnachten bei allen lieben Freunden wieder ein Blümchen od. Kerzchen hinterlassen.
Grosses Bussi und einen herzlichen Gruss von Deiner Andrea

Added by Andrea G. on Nov 24, 2014 11:42 AM

Lorraine
Transfer of Family
I thank you for your kindness. Have added family information to some and linked family members to others. This will be a big help to those who follow after we are gone, helping future generations to know who belongs to who.
Thank you again, this really meant a lot to me and my husband. The older we get the more FAMILY means to us.
May God Bless,
Love and prayers,
Lorraine

Added by Lorraine on Nov 22, 2014 7:43 PM

Teri S
Flowers left
Thank you for leaving flowers on the memorial pages for my grandparents. You're very kind.

Added by Teri S on Nov 22, 2014 2:06 PM

Lorraine
RE: Hello dear Charlotte,
Charlotte, You are most kind. With your asking about transfers I would want. I will take as many of the Lambert's you would like to transfer, it is stickily up to you and what you would like to do.
I thank you for your generosity,
Have a blessed Thanksgiving.
Lorraine

Added by Lorraine on Nov 20, 2014 5:06 PM

Maggie Mac
Aleda McCormick
Thanks for remembering my Mom on her birthday. Kind regards,

Added by Maggie Mac on Nov 19, 2014 5:56 AM

Lorraine
Thank you
Your kindness is appreciated. I will take extra care of our family members.
Blessings to you always,
Lorraine

Added by Lorraine on Nov 18, 2014 9:33 PM

Lorraine
Lamberts
Thank you again for your kindness. I appreciate the transfers, have added some information.
Thanks again dear friend.
Lorraine

Added by Lorraine on Nov 16, 2014 4:54 PM

Lorraine
Jesse Raymond Lambert
Charlotte, thank you for the transfer, an unexpected surprise. So very kind of you to transfer a family member.
Blessings to you,
Lorraine

Added by Lorraine on Nov 16, 2014 10:43 AM

Muriel Butler
Eric William John Williams
I extend a very sincere thank you and apology for the 4 month lateness in acknowledging the lovely token you left for my loved eldest brother.

He is now with our parents and in God's keeping.

Muriel Butler

Added by Muriel Butler on Nov 14, 2014 6:30 AM

Rebecca King
RE: Hello again,
The name is not familiar to me. If there is a relation, it is distant, but I will ask my King family cousins if they know of a Christopher Ian King in our family. Also, I asked my father, and he says he's never heard anything about the Frantz family having Jewish ancestry. I will keep digging to see what I can find. God bless!

Added by Rebecca King on Nov 12, 2014 5:26 AM

Clair H
Thanks
Thank you for your token that you left on my wife memorial. I really appreciate it very much.

Added by Clair H on Nov 10, 2014 5:21 PM

Rebecca King
RE: Hello fro Austria !
Hello, Charlotte! I am also related to the Frantz family. My Great-Grandmother was Mary Anne Frants born 10 January 1896 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania and died 16 September 1937 in Avonmore, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. She was married to Clarence Pollock King first (my Great-Grandfather) and Robert Berry second.
My line of the Frantz family has been in Pennsylvania since about 1750, and before that they came from the Alsace region of France. I'll just give you a quick list starting with her parents:
David Howard Frantz (1868-1928) married Laura Elizabeth Howlett
Joseph Frantz Jr. (1838-1909) married Regina Held
Joseph Frantz Sr. (1809-1887) married Leah Swartz
Daniel Frantz (1784-1853) married Catherine Shaffer
Heinrich Henry Frantz Jr. (1753-1836) married Maria Catharina Hahn
Heinrich Frantz Sr. (1716-1777) married Maria Susanna Girardin
Georg Michael Frantz (1681-1758) married Anna Margaretha Birin
Johann Jacob Frantz (1640-1722) married Susannah Specht. They were from Diedendorf, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France.
I am still working on verifying all this information, as it is what I could find online. Please let me know if I can help you in any way with your research. If you'd like to share what information you have on your father's family I'd be glad to see if I can link it in with my Frantz family. It's nice to meet you, Charlotte, and I hope I can help!

Added by Rebecca King on Nov 09, 2014 7:10 PM

Doris Ohler
RE: Hello again !
Hello :) No one that I know of has done the DNA testing. I've thought about trying it but just have not done it yet. I wanted to wait until I had a better base line for my branches back as far as I could go before I mixed DNA results into the picture too. Wish I could help you more Charlotte.

Added by Doris Ohler on Nov 09, 2014 7:05 AM

Doris Ohler
RE: Hello from Austria !
Hello Charlotte ! My Great Great Grandmother was Rosanna Frantz. Her Grandfather was the first to arrive in the USA from Lorraine, France in the 1700's and later he was killed by Indians in an attack. I really don't know much about his family in France. I do have info on & about his children, and the generations that grew from him in the USA.

Added by Doris Ohler on Nov 09, 2014 5:30 AM

janice webb
Seweese Bradley
This is the wrong picture of the Cemetery for this person. This is a picture of the Old Bradley Cemetery inside Smokemont in the National Park. The last person buried there was in 1928.

Added by janice webb on Oct 20, 2014 9:43 PM

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