|Suzanne Hemmelgarn Oudejans (#46874991)|
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|Erika Procaccini||RE: Pearl Halferty|
So sorry to hear you aren't feeling well. I hope you feel better soon!
I'm looking to forward to hearing from you until then.
|Erika Procaccini||RE: Pearl Halferty|
I replied to your e-mail but haven't heard from you. Perhaps I have the incorrect address? I am very excited to receive the information regarding my ancestor from you! Please let me know the best way to reach you! Thanks.
|Bill Plock||Dietrich Family in Allegheny County|
My father-in-law, Bernard W. Sloan, was the son of EMILY CECILY DIETRICH. Emily's father was Rev. Ivan Dietrich. Bernard is almost 92 years old and doesn't remember much about his Dietrich line. Apparently Emily was married and/or lived with a few different men. As a matter of fact he is not even positive that Sloan is his legal last name. It may be Hartwig. I have pretty much done all of the research on my wives side of the Dietrich family and would really like to know more to be able to give to my kids and grandkids. I do know that Emily was born around 1898 and died about 1950. Do you have any further information on her or her life that you can provide me? Thank you.
|Erika Procaccini||Pearl Halferty|
I believe that Pearl Halferty is the biological mother to my grandfather (born Cameron McCrellias, but adopted later). Eva Eugena Myers Halferty is stated to be her mother in the obituary, though I am unsure whether Pearl was also adopted or if Eva was her bio mom. I am hitting many dead-ends in my research on Ancestry. Any info you may have would be great.
|chevydelray55||RE: 2 Crowners!|
You are so welcome.
J Henderson Crowner was my maternal great-grandmother's husband. These folks are his relatives.
Thank-you again for linking them.
|Dustin Austin||August Moorman|
Suzanne, after looking at August's H/S (I posted a photo of the back) I noticed your dates you have for him do not match what the stone says. I just thought I would let you know...this august of the stone you posted a photo of had 21 children by 2 wives
|Kerry Rae Smith Moser||RE: Carl Hemmelgarn|
No I am not, just working on the Colfax Cemetery.. uploading pics, etc.. sending out corrections if I notice them.. if you want a transfer, just go to edit and that way it's easier to do it
|MJohnson||RE: Hemmelgarn Photos|
I was so excited when I realized that so many of the unmarked graves had been identified. A relative of yours (Mary) is one of the volunteers that are so much work to identify those graves. Coincidently, we are both volunteering at the museum in Perham. I just started but she has been there for about ten years.
Added by MJohnson on Sep 13, 2012 4:44 AM
|anna geis||RE: Mathews Family|
I do not own the memorial for Ray R., but I will ask the owner to tie to Andrew and Saraphina.
Did you realize there are two memorials for Saraphina?
The one you added #1742828 and the Longmont Historical Society also added one #60873667.
Nellie is tied to yours, Dasie is tied to theirs.
I have asked the Longmont Society to untie Dasie from #60873667 and tie Dasie to yours #1742848, and then delete their memorial.
Do you have any info about where Fannie is buried?
I see a baby Mathews buried in the Mountain View Cemetery b) unknown d) unknown....I guess this could be Fannie. Otherwise, I see nothing more about a Fannie M.
I see an obit for Andrew A (Longmont Ledger April 23, 1926) and Saraphina (Longmont Ledger Feb 29, 1924) I have these obits on my list to get next time I get to the Longmont Library.
The links have been added, thank you, I appreciate it.
Added by JFI on May 29, 2012 1:06 PM
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