|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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|John Otto||RE: Katherine Elsasser Zimmerman Pflug|
First, thank you for the contributions you have made to findagrave.com. While I am probably not related to anyone you have honored with a memorial, your contributions have certainly helped my research.
With respect to sources, I temporarily added a collage of two records on findagrave.com memorial 33484628 for Katherine (Elsasser) Zimmerman Pflug. I added a long caption which explains my recommended addition of the middle name Regina (or Regine).
FYI, while my relative, Katherine (Elsässer) Faulstich, was also from Baden-Wurttemberg, she listed Asbach (near Mosbach) as her last residence on the passenger list of the SS Berlin that arrived in Baltimore MD on 16 Jun 1871. I have no information that suggests a relationship between the Nebraska and Maryland Katherines. (I was very surprised during recent research to learn how common the Elsässer name was in Baden, especially the Stuttgart area.)
If you can't delete the collage photo, Let me know when you want me to delete it.
Va. Beach VA
|Buck||Edward Cudahy Sr|
Hello - I sent an edit adding Chicago as his place of death. My source is his New York Times obituary, October 19, 1941.
Added by Buck on Jan 08, 2016 9:49 PM
|Kathleen Werner||Alexander Davidson Kemp 119805297|
Hi, I believe this might be a distant relative of mine. I know he was born and died in Calcutta but I don't know where he was buried. He had a son and grandson with the same name but they died in England. How did you get his name as being buried in the Scottish Cemetery? It seems that this is a distinctive enough name that it is probably him. If you agree, or have some way of verifying it, his dates are 4/Oct/1802-10/Dec/1858.
|Steve||Judson George Squires|
Hi Dianne, I see you created a record for Judson George Squires (1895 - 1972). I have a handwritten letter from Sgt. Judson G. Squires to his mother Mrs. George G. Squires in Omaha Nebraska. The letter is dated Nov 4, 1918 and appears to have been sent while he was on duty in France during WWI. I am looking for relatives who might be interested in receiving this letter. Thank you, Steve
Added by Steve on Oct 11, 2015 4:06 PM
|Tru Calling||First Husband: Henry Warren|
in the 1900 records they have him as J Henry Warren is this right. I thought i would ask you seeing that you have a little info on him.
|MrsB||Thanks too for the bio for Vickie|
Please accept my sympathy--you really do become family when you work together.
Added by MrsB on Aug 23, 2015 3:33 PM
|MrsB||Thank you for the Vickie Carlisle edits|
They are appreciated!
Added by MrsB on Aug 23, 2015 2:14 PM
Thanks very much for the transfer. Have a very nice day!
|Pat McArron||RE: David Hearst Sr.|
Diane I agree about the photo and have removed it. Thanks for the tip.
|Bill Bourbeau||Monica Cahalan (148291913)|
Yes, I used the birth year of 1905 because it is on the headstone. I have updated the memorial...Thanks for the info.
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