|Diane Elsasser Snider (#46512148)|
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|A hobby genealogist researching my family's ties in and outside the United States.|
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Thank you for taking the time to update information on some of the Scottish Graves. It is much appreciated. FAGrave is a wonderfully rich site and it is people like you that make it possible. Regards Jo
Added by Joanna on Sep 30, 2014 11:35 AM
|Loren Bender||McCaslin Sister|
Diane as you suggested I removed the the Mccaslin that was a nun. However I read there there were 5 priest and one Sister in the Family. Who was the Sister????? Is she still alive?? Just wondering Loren
|Loren Bender||Sr Kathleen McCaslin|
Good Point I will remove her from those Parents. I worked on that quite a while back and don't remember what sources I used. Thanks Loren
|Längenberger Familien||Barclay Warburton|
thank you - I have added the obituary as per your request
|Ken Scheffler||RE: Errol Alexander Inches|
I will delete the entry.
|Jim Hammond||RE: John James Snodgrass|
We were there and it was a fun experience.
|Martin Douglas Packer||Join Facebook Group Please?|
"A Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University from 1915–17 & 1928-29.and a President of Queens' College added to Find-a-Grave: GUESS WHO? One person should know: Diane S.? [Brought to my attention by a Professor.] — with Alejandra Revuelta Martínez at Ascension Island South Atlantic Ocean." x MARTIN
|Elliffen||re: Arthur Storz Sr|
Diane, came across another obit. Not sure if you wanted to add or not.
from Marshalltown IA newspaper Times Republican dated Saturday June 24 1978
Storz, The Brewer, Dies In Nebraska OMAHA, Neb. Arthur C. Storz Sr., 88, whose Storz Brewing Co. was one of the leading beer makers in the Midwest, died at his Omaha home Friday night after a lengthy illness. Storz, prominent in aviation, was a leader in civilian support of the Air Force and the Strategic Air Command. He was an Army airman in World War I. The Storz company was started in 1876 by Gottlieb Storz, a native of Germany. Gottlieb Storz died in 1939 and left the company to sons Adolph G., Arthur C. and Robert H. Arthur Storz became board chairman of the company that distributed beer to nine states under the Storz label for more than 90 years. The family sold the business to an Iowa investment firm in 1966 and the brewery was closed in 1972. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Arthur C. Jr. and Robert H.; a daughter, Mrs. John Markel Jr. ; a brother, Robert H. Storz, 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services are scheduled at St. Cecilia's Cathedral at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday.
Added by Elliffen on May 29, 2014 2:14 PM
|eobfindagrave||John Cudahy duplicate|
Thank you for letting me know about the duplicate. I appreciate you taking the time to contact me so I could delete it.
|BrideyLight||RE: Wentworth's Niche|
Dear Diane: You are very welcome. I created a memorial for John C. Wentworth and transferred it to you, did you receive it okay? Clicking on the GPS link and then selecting for "satellite" view will give you an aerial view of the spot on the roof of the mausoleum where the Sanctuary of Faith is. Would you like me to email you copies of the three photographs? RSVP please. Enjoy! Bridey Light
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