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Ken Thompson (#46888098)
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Bio Photo Originally from NW Ohio, currently in the state of Misery -- near the confluence of the Illinois, Missouri & Mississippi Rivers.

Mine:
Paternal lines: THOMPSON, KRIEGER, SPROSS, WILHELM, also Niemeyer, Meiring, Curtis, Roscoe.
Maternal lines: WESTRICK, LAUBENTHAL, BAUER, SEIFERT, COTTON, HAMMES, also Dietrick/Deitrick, Simmer, Schon, Mead, Lynch.

My wife's:
Paternal lines: FLEMING, MCKENNA, CAMERON, MAXWELL, FRAME, KANE, also Munro, McCann.
Maternal lines: HARCOMBE, HAMMETT, GREEN, SAUNDERS, CUMMING, COSTE, KOHLER.

If you should see any of your relatives in my memorials, please let me know -- will gladly update a/o transfer memorials to family members.
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Ruth Donnelly
RE: Isabelle May Schmidt Smith
I found the marriage license for Isabelle and Ralph and it does say that her parents were John H Schmidt and Mary Leibher, the same parents as Mary Josephine, Ralph's mother, so I think he really did marry his aunt. Here's a link to the marriage record:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-23431-21654-13?cc=1614804 and here's the source for Mary Josephine's marriage record, listing the same parents: Ohio-EASy , GS Film number: 909007 , Reference ID: 30
Added by Ruth Donnelly on Dec 22, 2014 10:52 AM
Ruth Donnelly
RE: Isabelle May Schmidt Smith
I don't have anything yet, but I'll let you know if I find something to clear it up.
Added by Ruth Donnelly on Dec 21, 2014 10:33 AM
Linda
RE: Nivens, Mtn View, Alberta
Excellant ...
Added by Linda on Dec 20, 2014 9:19 PM
Linda
RE: Nivens, Mtn View, Alberta
You're welcome for the transfers - I'd prefer the records were in the care of family.

Info - a/o memorial in Pictou County, Nova Scotia - I don't know if you've discovered this free online source for birth/death/marriages in Nova Scotia but you may find some help here:
https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com

Good luck!
Added by Linda on Dec 20, 2014 7:51 PM
Linda
inscription translation - Anna Hamm - Coaldale
Hi - thank you for the translation of the inscription - very much appreciated.

-- Linda
Added by Linda on Dec 20, 2014 7:44 PM
Ruth Donnelly
Isabelle May Schmidt Smith
Ken,
According to the information on Isabelle May Schmidt Smith, Ralph F. Smith, and Mary Josephine Schmidt Smith's findagrave web pages, Ralph married his Aunt Isabelle (her 2nd marriage), his mother Mary's sister?
Added by Ruth Donnelly on Dec 20, 2014 1:28 PM
Linda
RE: Nivens, Mtn View, Alberta
Hi Ken - I've transferred the records to your care. Please be in touch if there are any other family records that would be helpful.

- Linda
Added by Linda on Dec 18, 2014 10:44 PM
Rob Wiggins
jennings
Those are the only cemeteries I know of that would be in the Jennings area.
Added by Rob Wiggins on Dec 11, 2014 1:12 PM
Terry Gosselin
RE: laubenthals & Dahlquist, Cadillac area
Arvid & Helen are both in Mt Carmel cemetery too. Went to the library and found the records done by the historical society back in 1989 and they were listed there. Snow on the ground right now is preventing a trip out there to get there photos, but supposed to warm up later this week.
Added by Terry Gosselin on Dec 09, 2014 7:43 PM
Henny R
RE: Deitzen/Dietzen
You are right. Many families chose different spellings of the same name. And church & cemetery scribes often spelled names to suit themselves as well. I agree the name should always match the headstone (not the records) if possible. Photos will tell us for sure how Nicholaus should be memorialized! Thanks for adding the bio. As long as the links remain, its all the same to me. Happy Holidays to you...., Henny
Added by Henny R on Dec 09, 2014 3:09 PM
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