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My name is Ann Lounsberry Rampke Monnier.|
I live in the beautiful Northwest.
Surnames of interest:
Lounsberry--Connecticut, New York, Minnesota
Zehner--Pennsylvania, Indiana, Oregon
Crary--Rhode Island Vermont, New York, Minnesota
Vredenburg--New York, Michigan
Monnier--Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Oregon
Wickizer,Weeks, Benedict, Brooke--0hio, Pennsylvania, Indiana
Hoskins--New York, Minnesota
McNitt--New York, Michigan
Cooper--Vermont, New York, Minnesota
Worden--New York, Michigan
Letson and Pender--Canada, Michigan
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|Ed M||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 79969007|
Yes, you had thanked me previously and once again, you are very welcome! Hope this finds you in better health.
Added by Ed M on Feb 22, 2014 4:32 PM
|Ed M||Find A Grave Memorial# 79969007|
Just uploaded a photo for this memorial and thought you might like to see it.
Added by Ed M on Dec 22, 2013 9:42 PM
|Brian Cooper||Coopers of New York|
Thank you for your work. I am a descendant of Thomas Cooper Jr through Henry George Cooper. If we could collaborate sometime that'd be great!
|Katherine (Kathi) White||siblings for Clement A. Lounsberry|
Greetings from NY. I am curious as to whether you have any information on his siblings. The pedigree chart for this family lists Sarah (died 1848), Lucy (died 1848), Joshua, Harriet (died at 1 day), George, & Mary as siblings for Clement. Of particular interest to me is Lucy (born 1835) who I believe did not die in 1848 as the pedigree chart indicates, but married William Morgan in NY in 1853/54 and they are my (ex)husbands gggrandparents. Curious as to whether you have ever seen the probate record or a newsapaper obituary notice for Clement that may indicate he had a sister named Lucy. Look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
|streets56||Henry George Cooper|
We haven't been in contact for quite a while. Didn't know if you wanted to link Henry George Cooper #72072575 with his parents; Charles Erastus Cooper #73932127 and Murice VanOrnum Cooper #73932851. Hope all is well.
|RM2013||RE: William Messerschmidt|
Have you searched the rest of the cemetery profiles and determined whether the other Messerschmidt names there line up with your data? There have been a lot of Messerschmidt families in the United States. If the Messerschmidts buried at Liberty Prairie are all related to my family member (and not just the few others I know are for sure), that particular line has had a fairly long history in Wisconsin (if I remember correctly).
Added by RM2013 on Jul 08, 2013 8:45 AM
|RM2013||RE: William Messerschmidt|
I am afraid I don't know much about this William Messerschmidt. When I was at this cemetery, I saw his and other gravestones and photographed them. Other Messerschmidts in that cemetery are related to a family member of mine, but I haven't researched their line very much and don't know exactly how this William fits in.
Added by RM2013 on Jul 08, 2013 8:25 AM
|Marni Turnbull Rose||RE: Transfers Logeman and Creamer|
Always happy to take photos and transfer family members!
I noticed on your page that you are interested in McNitt surname. My daughter married a dairy farmer in Conklin, Michigan and they are caretakers for the McNitt cemetery which dates back to the late 1800's. I don't know if you're related but you may want to check out the cemetery.
|Sue||Kelton Athol, MA|
Just looking at the picture you included on the site. If you enlarge it you can see that September 29, 1858 is the death date. Age listed as 53 yrs.
Added by Sue on Jun 19, 2013 2:45 PM
Hope you're having a fine day. I'm working on my Zehner clan and read some of your memorials, and just wanted to sort of answer a question you had posed about "Adam" versus "Johann Adam". This is not an official genealogist's answer, just my own from experience within my families.
I have two German branches where there were men named "Johann Something Smith" but they used only the "Something Smith". I think the unused first name is a baptismal name, and the middle one is the "real daily" name. My Romberger clan's immigrant ancestor was Johann Bartholomaus Romberger who used the Bartholomaus. In my Fleck family, there were 4 brothers who fought in the Rev War, and every one of them was a Johann - Johann Peter, Johann Adam, etc etc. Needless to say, with four Johanns, the family probably didn't use the baptismal name in real life!
Surely someone more practiced than myself and with a good handle on naming customs could answer this better, but I did want to let you know that your Johann thing might be like mine.
Added by sr/ks on Sep 11, 2012 7:36 AM
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