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Kathy Burr (#47226369)
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Sue Ann Harfst
RE: Larsons in Boise
I plan to check into that, but tomorrow, when their staff is in the office. It is helpful to have more names, though. Thanks.

Sue Ann

Added by Sue Ann Harfst on Sep 01, 2014 3:07 PM

Amy
RE: Amy Konruff
You are very welcome!
Amy is in an area that is single burials as opposed to family plots.
I looked for Frederick. He is not listed in the cemetery directory. There are Konruffs listed as buried in plot 862 original section, but I didn't find any markers there. I'm sorry I couldn't find something for you.
:-) A

Added by Amy on Aug 31, 2014 6:50 AM

Laura Mattingly
Infant Littlefield in Aurora
I finally got back to Aurora to retake the photo of the top of the infant Littlefield's grave. Sorry it took so long. The sun was shining too bright the first time, again today too, buy my iphone got a better pic than my Nikon. Yes, the name is Frank G. Got that fixed so his memorial is in his name.

Added by Laura Mattingly on Aug 30, 2014 2:28 PM

brunissen
RE: Curtis family
So I found the obit for Theresa (Stanleys wife). It doesn't mention him or where she was buried:

CURTIS, THERESA B.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Rocky Mountain News (CO) - Sunday, November 5, 2006
Deceased Name: CURTIS, THERESA B.
94, of Englewood, CO, passed away November 3, 2006. She is survived by 5 sons: Stan, Carl, Arnie, Ray; & Richard Curtis; 2 daughters: Loraine Lunnon & Dorothy Russell; numerous grandchildren & great grandchildren; 2 sisters: Joanne Wysocki & Loraine Ignowski; brother: Adolph Bonczynski. Viewing 5-8 pm Monday Nov. 6th at Newcomer Family West Chapel. Funeral Service 10 am on Tuesday Nov. 7th at Newcomer Family West Chapel.

Edition: Final
Donated to the Denver Public Library by the Rocky Mountain News, under the permission of the City and County of Denver, other rights reserved. Copyright 2006 Rocky Mountain News. All Rights Reserved.

Added by brunissen on Aug 29, 2014 1:52 PM

Jim Ziola
RE: Louise Newman
Thank you again, Done I think due to your help!
Jim

Added by Jim Ziola on Aug 22, 2014 6:22 PM

Jim Ziola
RE: Louise Newman
Kathy,
I tried for over an hour to do the edit but just not that familiar with Find a Grave. Can you please do it?
Sorry,
Jim

Added by Jim Ziola on Aug 22, 2014 3:59 PM

Jim Ziola
Louise Newman
Kathy,
Thank you for making the edit!
James Ziola

Added by Jim Ziola on Aug 22, 2014 9:52 AM

M Carter
Schaaf
You requested a transfer for Mary Dorthea Larson Schaaf, Find A Grave Memorial# 114517605. I am making an assumption that you are related. Any way, I have a question. Is it possible that the daughter, Anna Schaff, that is linked to Mary and Joseph is the wrong Anna Schaaf. I am thinking that the correct Anna is Anna F. Schaaf Seberg, Find A Grave Memorial# 129627087. Please let me know what your thoughts are regarding this issue.

Added by M Carter on Aug 21, 2014 1:43 PM

angela chelewski
fran schachta
I would like to have the memorial of frank schachta #100800575 transferred to my care he his my great grnd father it would be appreciated thanx :)

Added by angela chelewski on Aug 18, 2014 5:02 PM

Jason Cerny
RE: Quelle requests
Going through my photos, found the Quelle ones I took and couldn't remember why I hadn't posted them yet. Helen and Theodore where not in Highland Cemetery in Casper, they where in Natrona Memorial Garden. But they where not in the computer, had to go to the old file cabinet to find them. But they are up now.
Jasom

Added by Jason Cerny on Aug 18, 2014 1:25 PM

MrsB
RE: Evelyn Kokes pic
Hi, Kathy! Thanks! This was helpful.

Added by MrsB on Aug 14, 2014 3:43 PM

MrsB
RE: Evelyn Kokes pic
Hi, Kathy,
I am doing some research on the National Archives for Rupert T and for Lillian Lucile ("Lucile"). One census indicated that Bohemian was the language spoken at Rupert's home, and one census had Anton born in Czechoslovakia and another census listed Bohemia for Anton. Back in 1877 (before WWI) there were some different configurations of countries (for instance, "Prussia" was made part of Poland after WWI, but all my Prussian relatives spoke German. Other parts of "Prussia" became West Prussia and part of Germany. So I don't know the history, but I do know Czechs and Bohemians didn't really see each other as the same. Perhaps you could look up in family files about where Anton was born?
Also, while Rupert had a lovely wedding and a 5 month old daughter a year or so later, there was a significant event that happened to Rupert and his wife that resulted in them quickly selling their pharmacy--and then I couldn't find anything more about Mrs. Rupert. I am going to put that in Rupert's bio--but a little more gently--take a look and if you wish removal or change please let me know.

Added by MrsB on Aug 14, 2014 1:49 PM

BarbCL72
Robert J. Wit
Hi Kathy,

I just found this site and am trying to figure out how to add children to someone. Robert Wit was my Grandfather and I would like to include some additional information.

Added by BarbCL72 on Aug 13, 2014 8:00 PM

LF
Lemburg
thanks for taking the photo for me I appreciate it

Added by LF on Aug 12, 2014 3:07 PM

Linda Berney
Hudson stone
I am so pleased you photographed that stone and figured out it was the obit I had entered! Great work!
Linda

Added by Linda Berney on Aug 11, 2014 11:28 AM

A.M. Wagner
RE: adoption
Thank you for getting back to me.
My grandfathers birth name was Charles Edward Ogle, adopted by my great grand parents "Rickard" became his last name.

My no biological great grandparents could not have children. Upon my Great grandmothers death bed is when my Geandfather found out he had been adopted, we know vwry little.

I have (in storage at this time) his original birth records. I know it listed county/town, but don't have it on hand.

I found this link by searching Ada Ogle, Nebraska via.google!
I know what my biological Great grandmothers name was, no father listed as I said.
But looking @ the dates of the other children, I figured maybe just maybe they may not have been able to support a 3rd child, and oppted to adopt under her maiden name, because of coarse she was older for that time, I see she had a child when she was around 30.
My grandfather was born may 23 1916.

Added by A.M. Wagner on Aug 09, 2014 3:24 PM

A.M. Wagner
RE: adoption
Thank you for getting back to me.
My grandfathers birth name was Charles Edward Ogle, adopted by my great grand parents "Rickard" became his last name.

My no biological great grandparents could not have children. Upon my Great grandmothers death bed is when my Geandfather found out he had been adopted, we know vwry little.

I have (in storage at this time) his original birth records. I know it listed county/town, but don't have it on hand.

I found this link by searching Ada Ogle, Nebraska via.google!
I know what my biological Great grandmothers name was, no father listed as I said.
But looking @ the dates of the other children, I figured maybe just maybe they may not have been able to support a 3rd child, and oppted to adopt under her maiden name, because of coarse she was older for that time, I see she had a child when she was around 39.
My grandfather was born may 23 1916.

Added by A.M. Wagner on Aug 09, 2014 3:12 PM

Rhonda
RE: Thank you!!
I do. He's an "uncle" to the friend I'm helping. I just got her going and set up a couple of weeks ago with find a grave. I'm taking care of things for now and then transferring to her.
Thanks so much and enjoy your day,
Rhonda

Added by Rhonda on Aug 08, 2014 12:02 PM

Rhonda
Thank you!!
Thank you for the transfer of Martin Brandstrups grave. I really appreciate it.
Have a great day,
Rhonda

Added by Rhonda on Aug 08, 2014 11:10 AM

Scott
RE: Josefka Veverkova
Oh golly, I'm sorry, I thought the correction meant Martin wasn't her first husband! Thank you for the clarification! I removed the link to Martin.

Added by Scott on Aug 05, 2014 5:21 PM

Scott
Josefka Veverkova
Kathy- Just curious as to why you keep submitting automated messages regarding Josefka Veverkova's first marriage. As I've stated in my responses (twice) I added that information to her biography.

Added by Scott on Aug 05, 2014 10:23 AM

Russ C
Condolences to your family
Kathy, I learned through Ellen of the passing of your uncle. I alerted my side of the extended family.

Prayers for you all.

I believe today would mark the 110th anniversary of the wedding of John and Anastasia.

Russ

Added by Russ C on Aug 04, 2014 9:24 AM

A.M. Wagner
adoption
I did a search for my biological Great Grandmother, her name wss Ada Ogle, lived in Nebraska. She was the only "parent" listed on my Grandfathers birth certificate. Do you know if the was any children born in 1916 that were adopted from your family?

Added by A.M. Wagner on Aug 02, 2014 1:03 PM

Luella Hinrichsen
RE: Houston Benschoter
Kathy, I found my notebook with the information about him. It was from the Falls City Library, Steele Cemetery Book, page. 688. So I added that to the memorial, if the just went by the cemetery registry perhaps if there is no stone he isn't listed? Oh, it would be under Baby Son, not Houston. Did you give me his name? Somebody had to, I only had Baby Son of John Benschoter. Luella

Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Jul 31, 2014 4:46 PM

Luella Hinrichsen
Houston Benschoter
Hi Kathy, I wonder if there just isn't a stone for him & not on the registry? Without digging through my records I'm not sure where I got the info, but it was probably from the library cemetery books. I sometimes randomly pick some to add hoping family will find them. That cemetery had so few added at the time. Hate to delete it without knowing he isn't there, especially now with family linked. :( Luella p.s. I'll try to verify where I got the info.

Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Jul 29, 2014 2:01 PM

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