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Donna Lange (#47052205)
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InMemory
RE: Sprague
The photographer recorded under the photo. I thought it should be on the bio, so I just copy/ pasted it. I also questioned it but from what I could see it looked ok

Added by InMemory on Dec 04, 2014 9:47 AM

William Wenzel
Germans from Hanover
Hi Donna,
What a wonderful thing you are doing with your research; the sort of study I'd like to do if I had the time.
I think it's important to keep family information, but also interesting to see if there's any connections between Germans immigrating from a particular area of Germany, which wasn't a country until 1874.
Bless you!
Bill Wenzel

Added by William Wenzel on Nov 24, 2014 8:22 PM

ksabbey
Daniel Carver of Sauk
Do you happen to know the parents of Daniel Carver who married Amanda Skidmore?

I'm descended from Zalmon Carver, born in New York State in 1800, by his 1st wife, Achsah Smith. He lived for a time in Michigan and Ohio, before moving to Salk, Wisconsin. I wondered how he related to Daniel.

Thank you for all your effort!

Added by ksabbey on Nov 15, 2014 2:33 PM

Glenn Massey
RE: Rosine Gall
Hello Donna,

Sorry for the delay in responding to your email. John D Gall is the 2nd Great Grandfather of my sons mother Mary Catherine Bischer. I believe this is where I obtain maidename of Schara. I also have been checking in FamilySearch.org with the Morman Church. I will continue to research this information. The name Sauk is one of the Counties in Wisconsin. John D Gall passed away in Merrimack, Sauk, Wisconsin, USA; so did Rosine. I will contact you once I verify this information.

Thanks, Glenn Massey

Added by Glenn Massey on Nov 14, 2014 1:25 PM

Ross, NM
German history
Your edits have been accepted.
My Ancestors are German.
If you ever find information concerning German troops hired by the Brits during the war of 1812 let me know. Of interest is if some of the German soldiers stayed in the States and/or if any fathered children while here.


Added by Ross, NM on Oct 29, 2014 5:52 PM

caching hound
RE: Struck
Hi Donna,
I apologize, normally I send an email explaining that there is no headstone and asking if the requester would like a photo of the grave site. However I arrived to find no headstone, and myself heading out of town for a few weeks so I snapped a photo and posted it with a caption stating there is no headstone, the name of the reference stone in the left of the photo and GPS coordinates. Next time I will take more care to get my requests done in a more timely manner. Would you like the photo to stay or would you like me to remove it?
-Heidi

Added by caching hound on Oct 21, 2014 9:42 AM

Richard Michniak
RE: Halbersleben
Talked with the Sexton Dale and he confirmed that William & Mary are at Green Wood. Sec 7, Lot 3

Added by Richard Michniak on Oct 20, 2014 10:28 AM

Dee
# 104991568
Hi - Would you connect Roy Ervin Sopher with his parents Gilbert Sopher # 64335481 and his mother May Whiteaker Sopher # 64335621?

Thank you for your time :D

Dee

Added by Dee on Oct 19, 2014 9:51 AM

Bill and Elaine Schrock
RE: Struck
Change of subject. I am interested in your statement "I am fortunate to have the German church records in my home. Hundreds of people here (Sauk Ct, Wisconsin)"

I believe my Schrock family (Carl and Augusta) may have come through that area before settling in Winona, MN. Their eldest daughter, Bertha, married a John Godfrey Loeffler in Baraboo, Sauk Co. Oct. 31 1883.

Added by Bill and Elaine Schrock on Oct 16, 2014 8:36 PM

Sarah Oppelt
Edgar Wadepfuhl
Hi Donna! Thanks for letting me know about the double-entry on the spouse; it is all taken care of now. :D

Added by Sarah Oppelt on Oct 13, 2014 8:37 PM

Bill and Elaine Schrock
RE: Struck
I find a lot of mistakes in the old obits so I'm not surprised.

Here's the obit for Herman Struck #123571010

Morning Olympian (Olympia, WA)
Tuesday, December 17, 1940, page 1

Herman Struck, 79, died at his home, 701 Fifteenth Avenue east, Monday. He lived alone, and when his neighbors did not see him during the day they made an investigation and found the body in the home.

Mr. Struck was born in Hanover, Germany, and had resided here since 1882. He was a gardener.

Surviving is one son, Herman W., of Olympia; three daughters, Mrs. Freda Halliday and Mrs. Louise Durham, of Seattle, and Mrs. Anna Diamond, of Tumwater. There are three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A brother, William M., lives here. The body is at the Mills & Mills parlors.

Added by Bill and Elaine Schrock on Oct 13, 2014 4:24 PM

Bill and Elaine Schrock
William M. Struck
Hi Donna,

I accepted the edits you sent for William Struck #38559268 and also found an obit for him. The info is a little different in the obit from what you sent. I know obits can be wrong, but I thought you might want to take a look in case it provides some new info for you.

Elaine

Added by Bill and Elaine Schrock on Oct 12, 2014 6:17 PM

Robin Toms
RE: #54266325
The pink is a soft, inert chalk. We usually use white but made an unexpected stop at this cemetery and did not have white with us. It is washed off after the picture is taken. Per Find a Grave rules, I removed the picture from the site since you were apparently not happy with it there. We work hard to preserve the information of the stones without damaging them. We use chalk only to make the stones more readable.

Added by Robin Toms on Sep 17, 2014 6:44 AM

El Memorializer
Helen Kuchar # 59744727
You sent me an edit to link Helen to a Joseph Kuchar #114865037, her husband you're saying, that I approved. However, after giving it a second look, I found this Joseph was married to a Marie and that they were married in 1942 and when she died in 2005, he survived her. Marie and Joseph share a headstone. I removed the link. Am I missing something?

Kathy

Added by El Memorializer on Sep 16, 2014 10:03 AM

cayuse
Gerd Johnson
No, not a relative

Cayuse

Added by cayuse on Sep 16, 2014 7:34 AM

SWilkinson
Joseph Kuchar
Hi Donna, I did not catch the duplication. Thanks for the reminder, I've been meaning to double check, been so busy I had not gotten to it.

Added by SWilkinson on Sep 15, 2014 9:28 PM

Robin Toms
RE: Dussel
I have no idea which marker you are referring to, but we never use crayon!! We never do anything to harm a marker!!

Added by Robin Toms on Sep 04, 2014 4:57 PM

Jacki Bierma
RE: Dexter Holton
Donna - that was a big help. I am transcribing Wisconsin Deaths & Burials records - Walworth County, Wisconsin onto Find A Grave. When there is a piece of information not listed on a memorial, I forward it on, just in case family members don't have that tidbit of information. I don't have any personal knowledge of this person, only what the death record states and it listed the cemetery he was buried in which is this one. I have no further information on his wife except for her name which was on his death record.

Jacki

Added by Jacki Bierma on Aug 27, 2014 8:28 PM

Jacki Bierma
RE: Dexter Holton
Donna,

I need the content of my e-mail in order to figure out information on this person. I find no "edit" pending on him in my edits file so I can't review what it was that I sent.

Jacki

Added by Jacki Bierma on Aug 27, 2014 7:55 PM

Tara Bandekow
RE: Lydia nBlack Dierken
Sorry but no I am not a relative.

Added by Tara Bandekow on Aug 21, 2014 3:18 PM

Fawn
RE: Photo
Thank you so much for your kindness which is deeply appreciated. It is so nice to finally put a face to a name!

Added by Fawn on Aug 13, 2014 5:39 PM

El Memorializer
RE: Location
None that I'm aware of. Just added memorials there.

Added by El Memorializer on Aug 13, 2014 9:13 AM

Suzy & Rob
RE: Site
Here's the main portal for Arizona Death Certificates up to 1963. After entering the name and dates, I suggest you take the automatic check mark out of the birth certificates box or you will get way more listings than you'll be interested in. Hope it helps in your searches.

http://genealogy.az.gov/

Added by Suzy & Rob on Aug 09, 2014 4:31 PM

Suzy & Rob
RE: William Schuette
I'm sorry but I don't have any primary information regarding the marriage of William Schutte and Anna Jackson but I can direct you to his death certificate that does show his wife's name as Anna. The information regarding his marriage must have come from another contributor whose contact information I no longer have. William's death certificate can be found here:

http://genealogy.az.gov/azdeath/0233/02331018.pdf

Added by Suzy & Rob on Aug 09, 2014 3:00 PM

pomnik
Henry and Dora Halms Kohlmeyer
Thnaks for the additional information.

Added by pomnik on Aug 06, 2014 3:44 PM

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