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Kimmie (#47688771)
 member for 2 years, 9 months, 23 days
jj
Conrad S Zastoupil
Kimmie,

You are very welcome for the photo, glad to help

Added by jj on Aug 17, 2014 10:42 AM

Gerry Jean
RE: Sylvan P Selig, Sr
Anytime, Kimmie ... you're very welcome!

Added by Gerry Jean on Aug 16, 2014 11:31 PM

Kathy O
RE: Memorial #39638736 George H Augustine
Thank you for the additional information. Can you also provide his middle name and the where in California he was born? Thanks!

Added by Kathy O on Jul 09, 2014 8:47 PM

Melvin L. Halterman
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 20584268
Done ............

Added by Melvin L. Halterman on Jul 06, 2014 5:32 AM

sej
RE: Delant Lawrence Find A Grave Memorial# 113801010
The name Delant came from census records. I will gladly delete so you can add the correct memorial. My Grandfather was AA Elliott, married to Maud.

Added by sej on Aug 18, 2013 5:33 PM

Goldrush
RE: Ida Mae Jones (Davis) Find A Grave Memorial# 95118349
I don't know much of anything about the Davis line. William, husband of Amy, did not appear to ever live in Calaveras Co. He died in Oakland in May of 1902 according to a small obit in the local paper that year. William and Amy's son William W. Davis was born in Indiana in 1847 so they must have lived there at some time. His sister Luella Forrester was born in Murphys in 1857.
Amy's other husband Andrew Jackson is also someone that I know nothing about. An Andrew Jackson died in the Calaveras Co. hospital in 1913 at the age of 87 but Amy's obit in 1905 stated she was a widow so he many not have been her 2nd husband.
I only did the research on them when I saw the little grave marker with Amy Jackson on it and wanted to know why she was in that plot.
James Jones has a fairly distinct family line from Joshua Jones and Catherine Parks. Ida married James on 9/30/1881. Some of her children Josh, Clarence James, John, Hazel, Lawrence. They had a total of 22 children of which 6 survived.

Added by Goldrush on Jul 06, 2013 10:49 AM

Goldrush
RE: Ida Mae Jones (Davis) Find A Grave Memorial# 95118349
Kimmie: I am glad you were able to use the info in Ida Mae's memorial. On the rest of the family, maybe this will help you. Let me know if you have any questions that I might be able to answer:
Amy Biehl was born in IN on Feb 6, 1830 and died Nov 26, 1905 in Murphys. Her parents were Sarah Snell and Walter Biehl (sometime spelled Beal).
Her 1st husband was William I. Davis who she married 8/28/1847 in Vanderburg, IN and who died in 1902. 2nd husband Andrew Jackson. Mother of Luella Davis (Mrs. James) Forrestor, Ida Davis (Mrs. James) Jones, Clara Davis (Mrs. Anthony) Martell, Florence Davis McLaurin, Fenton, Thomas, William W. and George Davis and Alice Jackson (Mrs. Joseph) Wiley who appears to be the only child Amy had with Andrew Jackson. Both Thomas and William W. preceded their mother in death.
All the children except Thomas and Alice Jackson Wiley are buried in Buena Vista Cemetery, Murphys, CA and I don't know where they are buried.
Alice had a son named Willie Merrill Wiley, born in CA and died Feb 21, 1897 in Murphys, CA. at the age of 17 months, 7 days. Burial place not named but you would think the baby was buried in Murphys or somewhere close by. Alice, daughter of Andrew & Amy Jackson, is in the 1900 census in Murphys with husband Joseph Wiley and children William Wiley age 5 mo, and Andrew age 6 and Amy age 5 both with last name of Miller and who were children from Alice's first marriage. This 2nd William Wiley gave his DOB as 7/3/1896, which would have been the birth date of the dead baby brother, and gave his middle name as Merrill on 6/5/1918 when he signed up for WW I, maybe because he would not have been quite 18 at the time so used his dead baby brothers DOB instead of his own to appear older so he could sign up for the draft.

Added by Goldrush on Jul 03, 2013 6:30 PM

Kelly Drake
RE: Zastoupil Family
Hi.
Ok.. So Im a little confused once you bring in the Malone name. I do not know of that name. HOWEVER, we are related. You said you are related to John Joseph Zastoupil and Mary Anna Tuma?? Well... John Joseph Zastoupil had a brother Frank J. Zastoupil. Frank is MY 2x great grandfather. Frank married Agnes Ficek and had a daughter Mary Agnes Zastoupil. She married James Frank Samek and had my grandfather Wensel J. Samek.
If you would like, my email is drakek1984@gmail.com Feel free to email me as we can trade information. I have the ENTIRE tree (just about!) on the Ancestry app on my phone.

Added by Kelly Drake on Jun 08, 2013 2:44 PM

Kelly Drake
RE: Zastoupil Family
I know the Zastoupil tree pretty well. My grandfather's mother was a Zastoupil.

Added by Kelly Drake on Mar 17, 2013 11:07 PM

Kelly Drake
RE: Zastoupil Family
Mary Anna Tuma name is familiar. Its in my Zastoupil /Samek family history book.

Added by Kelly Drake on Mar 17, 2013 11:03 PM

Eldora Sasser
RE: Margaret J. Lawrence # 9353667
Hi Kimmie,
Would be happy to transfer memorial for you to maintin. Just need the cemetery.
Eldora

Added by Eldora Sasser on Mar 10, 2013 1:23 PM

High Plains
RE: Mary E. Malone
Kimmie,

I would be so happy to transfer the memorials of your grandparents and great grandmother to you if you are interested. Just let me know, please.

Thank you for the correction on Edward Malone's birth year! I had copied it wrong. I checked with the Social Death Death Index and with the U. S. Veterans gravesites for the dates that I have entered (which, of course, was the same birth year information that you had and gave me).

As for pictures, next spring or fall I would be happy to look for the graves and take pictures if you remind me know in April or May. We have about six inches of snow now so not a good time to look for markers.

Best wishes,
judy :)

Added by High Plains on Dec 29, 2012 3:37 PM

Kelly Drake
RE: Zastoupil Family
Yes, I am related to some of the Zastoupils. My email is drakek1984@gmail.com if you'd like to trade info. I cannot guarantee they are the same Zastoupils however.

Added by Kelly Drake on Dec 27, 2012 6:36 PM

Michelle
Book
Kimme,
I'm glad I could help. I just googled a few names, looked under books and found that one. I was enjoying reading some of the book also, even though the Small family is not my line.

Take care, Michelle

Added by Michelle on Jan 14, 2012 11:46 AM

Michelle
Schmal - Small
Sorry for any of the typos below.

Added by Michelle on Jan 10, 2012 7:01 AM

Michelle
RE: Schmahl
Hi Kimmie,

I'm so happy the the pictures of uploaded were able to help you in some way. That is why I add to findagrave. I'm not related to the Small family, but when I find an old stone I will sometimes google the name or check ancestry so I may add a little more information.
Google like this "Lorentz Schmahl" or Killian Small Schmahl" look through the results, the go to the left and click on books and you will find more information. Play around with differnt names and see what you find.
A very good sourch is The Genealogicl Records of George Small of York County. You can view the book on open Libray. Loaded with info.
It goes back to Lorentz Schmal and wife Elizabeth grandparents of Lorentz Schmal, the founder of the Small family of York County.
In this Book the children of Kilian and Eva are listed:
1.Jacob b. Oct 14 1759 d. Jan 4 1817 married Catharine Welsh
2. Johannes b. Nov 1 1762 d. Dec 12 1811 married Phillipena ?
3. George b. Arp 28 1767 D Sep 4 1838 married Anna Maria Albright
4. Michael b. Dec 16 1769 (another source states that Michael settled in Baltimore)
5. Jeseph b. "Feb 2 1772 d. Sep 8 1855 married 1) Elizabeth Etter 2) Elizabeth Krone
6. Peter b. 1774 D. Apr 29 1829 married 1(Anna Maria Spangler 2. Lucinda ?
7. Heinrich b. Dec 15 177 d. May 1849 married Mary Ebert.
Here is the link to the book (hope it works okay)
http://www.archive.org/details/genealogicalreco00smal
Click Read on line found upper left corner of page, the click Arrow to right at the botton. Page 1 Starts the Genealogical Record of George Small which begins with Lorentz Schmall and Wife Elizabeth grandparents of Lorentz Schmal, the founder of the Small family of York County. Enjoy reading, lots of information!
Michelle

Added by Michelle on Jan 10, 2012 6:58 AM

Brad Reinhardt
RE: Wesley Asa Saferite
Wesley married my great-grandmother's niece in a bower of butter at the Modesto Creamery where they both worked 7 Jul 1910. Maude Field married Wesley the day after she turned 16(legal at the time) against the wishes of her parents. The couple had three boys, the last dieing at the age of 2 and a half years in 1917. Maude died within the month. They are buried in Modesto Citizens Cemetery. The remaining two boys were then raised by Maude's folks in Modesto and Crescent City, and only one of the boys married to have children, some of whom still live in Texas and Florida. They know little or nothing of their grandfather Wesley. Wesley married Hazel about 1925 and they and Hazel's children appear in the 1930 census in Modesto. After that, I know nothing more on Wesley except his death in Oroville where his son, Melvin Stettson Saferite, was buried three years later after dieing in Sonoma County. For continued contact, and further information on the Augustines:

Brad
titanstyle17@aol.com

Added by Brad Reinhardt on Jan 04, 2012 3:57 PM

 
 

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