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Robert Cline (#46512028)
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Bio Photo I retired from the United States Navy and have become interested in my family history, surnames I'm interested in are Hamilton, Schuyler, Morris,
Brenenstall, Cline, Sager, Maple, Martin, Mills, Shafer, Galbreath, Saunders, Tate, Stuby, Krigbaum and Caywood.
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Mike
RE: James Williard
Thank you for letting me know about the picture. I have removed it.
Mike
Added by Mike on Jul 26, 2014 11:58 AM
Rick Kuhns
RE: Parents
Robert, I don't think we are directly related. The only one of the folks you mention that is in my tree is Clarence Bowen, he is my grandfather. If you are making the assumption I am related to all of the Kuhns' that I have memorials for on Find-a-grave, sorry. I just happened to be up around Donegal Cemetery, noticed there was a bunch of Kuhns'. and added them to Find-a-grave in the hopes that there would be a connection. I have, however, not found one.

Rick Kuhns
Added by Rick Kuhns on Jul 25, 2014 12:54 PM
Grace Younglove Hudson
RE: Obituaries
We have no obituary for William. I will email the one for Ansel.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jul 20, 2014 4:59 AM
Carrie Johnson
RE: William Harrison Heath
Thank you for taking the time to search for me. I will have to get with my aunt who said they were there. Now, the search is on. :-)
Added by Carrie Johnson on Jul 18, 2014 10:54 AM
Marie Bonafonte
RE: John church hamilton
Hi, sorry it has taken so long to respond but much going on personally right now. To answer your question, the headstone photo was taken at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. It looks like they are buried in the other cemetery but headstones are in SH Cemetery? Marie
Added by Marie Bonafonte on Jul 06, 2014 8:02 PM
Christiane Howard
RE: August Neugebauer
You're welcome and thank you for posting the original information.
I grew up hearing about Grandma Neugebauer, she was long gone before I was born but she was remembered. We didn't know much about her until I found several descendants from her previous marriages years back. I'm just glad I finally know more now! And boy are there a lot of descendants out there!

Cheers,
Christiane
Added by Christiane Howard on Jul 06, 2014 3:42 PM
Christiane Howard
August Neugebauer
Hello -
I would like to add a few more details if I could.
This is my Great Great Grandfather.

August Hugo Neugebauer
Born: Sept. 18 1848 in Breslau, the capital city of Silesia
Died: Aug. 20 1903 buried in Aspen Grove Cemetery, Burlington, Des Moines County, Iowa

Obituary from The Burlington, Hawk-Eye: Friday Morning, August 21, 1903.

An Everyday Drama

August Neugebauer Succumbs to a Paralytic Stroke

After years of suffering that he bore with cheerfulness was a veteran of the Franco-Prussian war - a good man.


One of the most pathetic sights to be met on Burlington streets during recent years was poor August Neugebauer, invalided beyond hope of restoration to health, wearing a cheerful smile and greeting his numerous friends as of old. And his friends were numbered by the hundreds. And no a few of them would hasten down another street, because they lacked the courage to meet the man who was bearing up so bravely in what he knew to be a hopeless fight.


August Neugebauer was born in Breslau, the capital city of Silesia, Germany, September 18, 1848. He received a good education and then learned the goldsmiths trade. When the war between France and Germany broke out, he was sent to the front. He took part in a number of engagements but escaped disease or serious injury. In 1873 he came to the United States. After a brief sojourn in South Carolina he turned the north and then west, arriving in Burlington in 1875. This city remained his home. He found employment at the C, B and Q freight house under agent Skinner going from there to the baggage room, rendering faithful service in both positions. some twenty years ago he entered the employment of the Dallas Transportation Company. His relations with the firm were of the most pleasant nature and were interrupted only by repeated paralytic attacks which compelled him to lay aside the pen.

Deceased was untied in marriage some 27 years ago with Frederika Lietsch, and the union proved a very happy one. It was blessed with three children - Ernst, Mary and Augusta - all of whom are living at home. Seven step-children mourn the deceased, who was a true father to them. They are. A. L Hoppe, D.P. and T.A of the Rock Island and route; Mrs. J.A. Wick, of Mt. Union; August Hoppe, of Seattle, Wash; A. L. Leitsch of Mt. Union; Iowa; L. Lietsch of Mendota, MO; Mrs. F. W. Miller of Davenport, and W. Lietsch, of Galesburg, Ill. Two sisters amd two brothers remain in the fatherland. August Neugebauer was a charter member of the Shoquoquon Council No. 610 of the National Union and the district deputy and treasurer of the local organization. He was a faithful member of the Turner society and of the Des Moines County Sterbekasse Everin. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family home no. 111 North Gunnison Street.

http://www.worldvitalrecords.c

C. Howard
Los Angeles, CA
Added by Christiane Howard on Jul 06, 2014 9:56 AM
Debbie O
RE: Elizabeth Ruth Crawford
Hi Bob...

No I'm not related to Mr. & Mrs. Crawford...I was just finishing up another request when I saw their markers and put them in the F.A.G. database.

I would be glad to help you if I could...do you know her sister's maiden name? Maybe when she divorced she took it back and maybe you could find her that way.

If I can do any thing to help you let me know.

Debbie

Added by Debbie O on Jun 30, 2014 7:10 PM
Debphoto
RE: Lawrence Frank Whaley
Yes, Lawrence Whaley is my grandfather on my mother's side. I would love for you to add photos of my grandpa Whaley to Ancestry.com. And I thank you very much for asking my permission.

Deb
Added by Debphoto on Jun 30, 2014 5:07 PM
Grace Younglove Hudson
RE: Denias Smith
The Dundee Reporter
June 13, 1924
Denias D. Smith
Denias D. Smith, born December 10, 1833 in Charlestown Montgomery County, New York. Died June 7, 1924 at the age of 91 years, 5 months 28 days. He was married in June 1851 to Hannah Jones, to this union was born four daughters and two sons.
His wife and one daughter preceded him in death. He was also married to Phoeba Barber and Mrs. Sarah Larry who preceded him in death.
For the last five years he has made his home with his daughter, Mrs Wm. Eads.
Mr. Smith was a Civil War Veteran in the service of his country for three years, wounded in action twice near Petersburg Virginia, discharged at the expiration of service August 22 1864.
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Grace Hudson
Old Mill Museum Archives
Obituary Notebook 1911- 1940
25 June 2014

Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jun 25, 2014 12:26 PM
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