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Kathy Burr (#47226369)
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Sharon MacLean
RE: Emanuel William Gruber
They are buried, I believe, in Los Angeles but I will have to check that out when I return to the States this summer. I will see what I can come up with on that.

Added by Sharon MacLean on Jan 20, 2017 8:13 AM

Sharon MacLean
RE: Emanuel William Gruber
Emanuel Vincent Gruber and Tamar Round Cruber had one son: Robert Bruce Gruber and here is is information:
Robert Bruce Gruber (my Dad)
Birth: 10 June, 1923
Place of birth: Ord, Nebraska
Death: 25 June, 2001
Place of death: Springhill, Florida. Buried at Bushnell National Cemetery Bushnell, FL
Married: Mae Ernersteen NORRIS 23 July, 1960 in Fort Pierce, Florida
Children:
Stephen Paul GRUBER

Sharon Gail Gruber MACLEAN

Mae Ernersteen Norris (my mother)
Birth: 15 January, 1929
Place of birth: Dade City, Florida
Death: 21 December, 2016
Place of death: Brooksville, Florida; buried at Bushnell National Cemetery Bushnell, FL

Added by Sharon MacLean on Jan 20, 2017 2:13 AM

Sharon MacLean
RE: Emanuel William Gruber
Hi again, I couldn't figure out how to add My Grandparents information so here's the information: Emanuel Vincent Gruber (my Grandfather)
Birth: 3 September, 1897
Place of birth: St. Paul, Nebraska
Death: 9 March, 1971
Place of death: Los Angeles, California
Married: Tamar Lura ROUND
Mildred Ann BROOKSHIRE

Tamar Lura Round (my Grandmother)
Birth: 9 April, 1900
Place of birth: Butte City (Silver Bow), Montana
Death: 28 November, 1986
Place of death: Arcadia (Los Angeles), California

Emanuel Vincent Gruber is brother of Lydia E. Gruber Fafeita.

Added by Sharon MacLean on Jan 20, 2017 1:28 AM

Sharon MacLean
RE: Emanuel William Gruber
Thanks, that is helpful. I am quite new at the genealogy bit--just started basically this month after my mom died last month. I had started a tree on my dad's side after he died in 2001 with the bits and pieces of information I had found in old newspaper clippings he had but then I stopped until this year. I was trying to avoid paying to get on ancestry bu iot looks like I might do so.

Added by Sharon MacLean on Jan 19, 2017 11:15 PM

Sharon MacLean
Emanuel William Gruber
parents' name

Added by Sharon MacLean on Jan 19, 2017 2:24 AM

Sharon MacLean
Emanuel William Gruber

Added by Sharon MacLean on Jan 19, 2017 2:23 AM

Sharon MacLean
Emanuel William Gruber
Hi Kathy
I saw that you created the page for Emanuel William Gruber. On it you have only one child listed which is Lydia E. Gruber Fafeita. I know she is the sister of my grandfather Emanuel Vincent Gruber. What is your connection? and do you know for sure what the names of Emanuel William Gruber?

Added by Sharon MacLean on Jan 19, 2017 2:22 AM

Pattie Ford
RE: Edna Ingraham Knoell
ok let me know

pattie

Added by Pattie Ford on Jan 11, 2017 8:05 PM

Pattie Ford
Edna Ingraham Knoell
Hi Kathy

I have created a memorial for Edna in Custer Center Cemetery and links to Frank and her parents. Are you sure Edna is buried there? Hope I understood your instructions.

Pattie

Added by Pattie Ford on Jan 10, 2017 8:08 PM

Amanda Fox
Oscar & Edna Hackett
I've updated their burial location. Thanks for the information.

Amanda :)

Added by Amanda Fox on Jan 08, 2017 9:14 PM

Leonard J. Shorty Grudzinski Jr.
Rosalia Rozmiarek
Kathy I submitted a date change to 1910, not 1916, I went up and took another pix, rubbing the date, as you can see it is a 0 not 6, with the rust spot it look like a 6.
Finding these two articles brought this to question.
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ST. PAUL REPUBLICAN Thu, Jul 7, 1910 St. Paul Nebraska Page : 8
Mrs Frank Stenka was seriously sick last week appendicitis being the cause of the illness she was getting worse every day and it was necessary to operate Dr Pedersen with the assistance of a livery man brought the patent to the hospital Monday and Dr performed the operation, and now she is getting along fine.
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ST. PAUL REPUBLICAN Thu, Nov 10, 1910 St. Paul Nebraska Page : 8
Mrs J R Stenka died at the Far well hospital Monday after a long illness during during which she battled bravely for life but It was no use The funeral was held Wednesday She leaves a husband and three small children The sincere sympatby of all Is extended to the bereaved family.
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Upon finding these articles, question is raised on the dates on the stone. If she died Monday, and the funeral was wednesday, and printed on thursday the 10th, death had to have been 7th, funeral 9th. Verified with picture, it is 1910, not 1916.

Added by Leonard J. Shorty Grudzin... on Dec 28, 2016 12:30 PM

MrsB
RE: Dembowski
You're welcome!

Added by MrsB on Dec 17, 2016 11:57 AM

MrsB
RE: Dembowski
Thank you for the offer! I assume you are familiar with the Greater Omaha Genealogical Society https://gogsmembers.wordpress.com/

Their obituaries are very brief: name, age, perhaps cemetery, perhaps wife/husband, newspaper and publication data. But they also have links to marriages, divorces, etc. and not just for Douglas County.

It, too, is a free site.

Added by MrsB on Dec 16, 2016 4:12 PM

MrsB
RE: Dembowski
http://www.newashcogs.org/obits_alpha.asp?alpha=D

This one is set to D; but there are other items too: burial plots/marriage licenses, etc. The obits have SOME connection to Washington County, Nebraska, but that said, it may simply be that somebody cleaned out her grandma's house and took a lot of things to Washington County Recycling (where I also volunteer, and where the paper sorters save back funeral leaflets and old newspapers), or that a person attended Dana College, or that somebody's aunt lived in Washington County..you get the idea. We have recently been going through old microfilm/microfiche, and picking off the obits. It isn't perfect, by a long shot, but it is still pretty good, and we are adding to it all the time.

Currently I am proofing the D's, and that is why I sent one to you.

It is free and you don't have to be a member (and though donations are welcome we don't nag).

Added by MrsB on Dec 16, 2016 3:46 PM

MrsB
Dembowski
You're welcome!
We actually have over 17,000 obits on our free site, and are adding to it.

Added by MrsB on Dec 16, 2016 2:10 PM

Peggy Bargen Duey
Wauneta Hiner Waln # 30534661
What proof do you have that she was born in Ord, NE and died in Kansas? I don't accept Ancestry trees or personal family histories as proof. At least two of her siblings were born in Arcadia. If you have an obit for her I would gladly add it. thanks!!!

Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Dec 14, 2016 8:53 PM

MTM
Bradt Family
Thanks for the edits!

Added by MTM on Dec 13, 2016 4:09 PM

JanTenny
Mary Luzella Tenny Johnson photos
I deleted two photos from her memorial page so you can add your two photos. I would love to see them. Are you related to Zell?

Added by JanTenny on Dec 13, 2016 8:40 AM

Connie Pillsbury
RE: William Joseph Todd info

Winnie Alwilda Todd Wells buried Glenns Ferry, Elmore County, Idaho, 1949
Clifford A Todd died after 1940 in Denver, Adams County, Colorado
Martha Emeline Todd Wells buried Marathon Cemetery, Marathon, Buena Vista County, Iowa, 1954
Anna Laurie Todd Reno died Denver, Denver, Colorado, 1963
Frances Elma Todd Erickson buried Park Hill Cemetery, Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, 1967
Celia A Todd died Rockwell, Cerro Gordo, Iowa, 1882 (age 4)
Mary Virginia Todd Zepernick Heiser buried Ridgefield Cemetery, Ridgefield, Clark County Washington, 1952

Mary Virginia Klipstine Todd (d 1936) and her daughter Frances Elma Todd Erickson are buried in the same cemetery in Vancouver.

Added by Connie Pillsbury on Nov 16, 2016 1:01 PM

Ronald Hyer
George Weaver Rawson (1841-1889)
Are you related to George Weaver Rawson ?
I am a member of the SUVCW (Sons of Union
Veterans of the Civil War). He had a G.A.R.
Post named in his honor. I am planning to
locate his grave and confirm whether or not
he has a grave marker. If there is one, I will
take a photo of it (I'll add it). If he has no
marker, I'll see if one could be obtained from
the V.A.

Added by Ronald Hyer on Nov 10, 2016 7:21 AM

Carole Christensen
William Joseph Todd
Thank you bunches for posting this, Katie, and for the photos! We've searched for W.J.'s grave location for many years. He was my gg-grandfather.

Thank you!

Added by Carole Christensen on Nov 06, 2016 10:29 AM

Mary Dahlberg
Children of David Roberts
Just wanted to confirm that Paul David Roberts and Joseph David Roberts are the children of David and Nellie Roberts. I got left out some how! I am Mary Cecilia Roberts Dahlberg, bd 1/5/1939 and am still alive. Could also correct Nellie Roberts and Paul Roberts info which would be the same.

Thank you
Mary Dahlberg

Added by Mary Dahlberg on Oct 21, 2016 3:13 PM

Jim Eggert
RE: Infant Fox in Ord
Sorry, I don't have a name for this baby Fox 168452737.

Added by Jim Eggert on Oct 19, 2016 6:28 PM

KDQ
RE: Paul Lambrecht # 169792643
I like it. We'll stick with A. until further verification.

WWI data can be off depending on who wrote out the registration. This looks like someone filled out the form for Paul.

KDQ

Added by KDQ on Oct 17, 2016 12:53 PM

KDQ
Paul Lambrecht # 169792643
Hello,

Thank very much for sending the edit's to Paul's memorial.

I see that sometimes his middle name is given as Adolph and other times (such as his WWI draft registration) it is given as August. Do you have something that clears this up definitively?

I appreciate your help greatly.

KDQ

Added by KDQ on Oct 17, 2016 11:58 AM

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