|Vicki C. (#46790005)|
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I am researching the names-Ives, Van Valkenburg, Wright, Babcock, Brush, Conklin, Kutz. Many of these people are from the East coast, New York, Connecticut, Massachuesetts, New Jersey. The Kutz's came from Germany in 1891 by way of Baltimore, MD.|
If you think we may be distant cousins, please e-mail me, I'd love to hear from you!!
Please do not use my photos without my permission. I will gladly share if asked.
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|Andrew Daft||RE: Rutt/Wright|
Find A Grave's search function is pretty rudimentary. It gets the job done, but it's best to keep things as simple as possible so as not to confuse it.
I grew up in Racine and I visit family there sometimes, but I don't live there anymore. I've found the cemetery office to be helpful in providing grave locations. Their contact info is at racinecemeteries.org.
I have a family tree on Ancestry: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/2054843
All of my Thielen family gravestone photos are there.
I noticed you declined several of the edits I submitted to you. FYI, entering two last names in the last name field makes the memorial completely unsearchable. Your Rutt(Wright) memorials do not come up on searches for either Rutt or Wright, so no one will be able to find them. This is why Find A Grave policy is to enter the last name as found on the tombstone. Any alternate names can be entered in the bio.
By the way, if you're related to Theodor and Anna, we have a connection. My great-great-great-grandfather's brother William Thielen married their daughter Elizabeth (see memorial #95858318).
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