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HJ
RE: Katherine Seelye
Hi,

Not trying to be difficult, I promise, but at the bottom of the info you sent, it notes a Death and Stillbirth Index. When I have searched for that, the only one I find that includes stillbirths in the title, is a site of Ancestry's, not a State of Illinois website. Am I missing something? Could you maybe send the link to me? Thanks! I truly appreciate your help!

HJ
Added by HJ on Apr 19, 2014 2:13 PM
Becky Montgomery
RE: Peter Henry Weyand Sr.
I googled it. Here is what it said:

Sankt Ingbert is the fifth-largest town of Germany's state of Saarland and is situated at an altitude of 258 m close to the capital city of Saarbrücken. The place was first mentioned as Lantolvinga in a document of 888 AD. The name St. Ingbert appears first in the 16th century, while the name Lendelfingen disappears around 1600. Mining for coal began in 1611, the first iron works were founded in 1732/33. Between 1795 and 1814, St. Ingbert was part of the French Republic. During this period, in 1797, it formed an independent republic, which however lasted only for 8 days. In 1816, it became part of the Kingdom of Bavaria. In 1829 St. Ingbert was chartered as a town. By 1859, it was the most important industrial town of the Palatinate. After the Treaty of Paris (Versailles) in 1919, St. Ingbert became part of the Saar region in 1920, which was administered under the League of Nations until 1935, and after that became part of Germany. After World War II, the Saar region became autonomous, but formed a customs union with France between 1947/48 and 1956. Mining for coal was stopped in 1959.

Same location, was just part of the Kingdom of Bavaria in 1861 (not to be confused with the free-state of Bavaria today). I don't know enough about genealogy to know how to write things. If I wanted to find further records, I would want to know to go to the modern equivalent like was written in his obituary.

Can you let me know where you found the obituary? I'm uploading documents to Family Search too.
Added by Becky Montgomery on Feb 14, 2014 8:52 PM
Mary Scott
RE: Ada Victoria
The only record I have on the Kimble/Boucher children is Audrea. I will have to contact my Aunt Marian, she is Audrea's daughter. She might be the person who can answer that question.
Added by Mary Scott on Jan 31, 2014 11:43 AM
Mary Scott
RE: Audrea Gene
I was going through my photo's and ran across a record of names I believe are Audrea Boucher fathers side. Sam Kimble b. June 19, 1854 to May 17, 1924. Cora Kimble, b April 20, 1862 to August 23, 1912. I also found a photo of a "Madge" signed to her mother in 1926. If I recall correctly, my mother had told me that Madge, was either Audrea's mother or sister.
Added by Mary Scott on Jan 31, 2014 10:53 AM
Donna Roginski
Cullenbine/Scharpenter/Allard
Are you related to any of these? I see that you left flowers for William and Beatrice (Scharpenter) Cullenbine, and Beatrice's mother's maiden name was Allard (from Kewanee, IL). My husband is related to the Allards, and was born and raised in Kewanee. donnaroginski@hotmail.com
Added by Donna Roginski on Nov 05, 2013 10:03 AM
Mary Scott
RE: Audrea Gene
Ok, here is what I have....Hope it helps

David Franklin Boucher b. 3/17/1855 Arlington Ill
d. 4/9/1926 Manhattan Ks.

Married: Ester Annette Simpkins (date of marriage unknown)

Ester Annette Simpkins b. 1/12/1861 Prinston, Ill.
d. 5/?/1928 Manhattan, Ks

Daughter: Mattie Elizabeth Boucher
b. 12/?/? Mitchell Co S.D
d. 10/?/1931 Manhattan, Ks

Mattie had a relationship with: Kenneth W. Kimble

Daughter of that union: Audrea Jean Boucher b. 2/21/1910 Manhattan, Ks
d. 1999

Audrea married: James Norwood Tobias 7/1/1927

James Norwood Tobias b. 7/27/1903 Manhattan, Ks
d. 6/13/1965 Manhattan, Ks. Sunset Cemetery

Notes on "Kimble":

Sam Kimble b. 6/19/1854 d. 5/7/1924
survived by sons:

1. Lyle of Dallas, Tx
2. Robert, a Captain in USA at Ft Wadsworth
3. Kenneth W.

Wife? Cora L Kimble b. 4/20/1862 d. 8/23/1912
Added by Mary Scott on Oct 31, 2013 10:21 PM
Mary Scott
RE: Audrea Gene
Dear Betty

Audrea Jean Boucher's fathers name was Kenneth W. Kimble. Her mother name was Mattie Boucher. They were never married. Audrea Jean was born out of wedlock. The info I have on Kenneth Kimble is he was a Dr or Attorney, don't recall which of the 2. I'll have to go through my ancestry files to find the correct info. Audrea married James Norwood Tobias. Sorry I can't be much help at this time. Will go through my files and get back with you. Thank you for your patience.

Sincerely,

Mary Scott
Added by Mary Scott on Oct 31, 2013 9:03 PM
MARIE BAYLES
JOHN TERANDO
I see you posted the picture of the first wife of John Terando tombstone. Her name was Margaret Troglia 1882-1920.

Where is John Terando's second wife Lena Klos buried? I cannot find her on Find a Grave.
They were married in 1920 till his death in 1942.
(22 years)

Lena was the mother of Helen Terando mentioned on John's Find a Grave page.

Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely,
Marie-Frances Bayles
eebayles@comcast.net


Added by MARIE BAYLES on Aug 08, 2013 6:12 AM
Julie Nicholson-Turbide
RE: Sarah Boucher Lyons
Betty,
Thanks for trying to help me understand! I'm confused though ... why at the ending paragraph for the Boucher's does it say ...
Children (Of Henry and Mary Shoemaker): and says 'Sarah (of previous mention)

The only Sarah that was previously mentioned was Sarah that married Jonathan Lyons.

Thanks for your help!
Julie
Added by Julie Nicholson-Turbide on Aug 05, 2013 8:24 AM
Julie Doty
Adrienne Testa
Hi Betty, I have linked Adrienne to her parents for you. If you are family and would like a transfer, don't hesitate to ask. If not, that is ok too. Sincerely, Julie
Added by Julie Doty on Aug 04, 2013 6:50 PM
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