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Added by Virginia on Jan 17, 2014 9:06 AM
|Andy Baker||RE: Frank and Florence Miller|
A living (as far as I can determine) daughter of Frank and first wife Rose was married to a cousin of mine for a short time.
|Drifting On A Memory...||Christopher C Doby|
I just recently started doing our family genealogy and found Christopher C Columbus to be my great grandfather. I would love to have this site transferred to me that is possible . I have information that I would like to add. Please email me at valerie6061@me. com. Have a nice day.
|Deborah Hayward||Fay H Collins|
I am seeking info on my darling aunt Fay Hutchinson Collins. The youngest of 11 children. Last time we were all together I got all 5 surviving sisters together. Such delightful and loving "girls". Super attitudes!!! I will research photos and hopefully provide some. Thank you! Any info you may have will be very appreciated! Smiles, Debbie
Thank You very much for the transfer
Added by Ace on Apr 16, 2013 7:40 PM
|Lynn Marie Vint||RE: U G Auer|
I was not aware of a second marriage, but it certainly looks like you are right even though I could not confirm it through anything other than her death record. Grant was listed as a widower on the 1930 census, so they must have married sometime between then and her death in 1933.
I searched old newspapers all morning, but could find nothing in them about the second Mrs. Auer. However, I did find an article in the Edwardsville Intelligencer that revealed the circumstances of Grant Auer's death. He was a psychiatrist and committed suicide in his daughter's attic following a nervous breakdown.
Grant took his life the day before what would have been the first anniversary of his second wife's death. Coincidence? I was unable to find anything about her cause of death. She was only 46. I wonder what part that played in Grant's subsequent breakdown.
If you come across any additional information, I would really appreciate it if you would let me know.
|Lynn Marie Vint||RE: U G Auer|
Yes, memorial #42816367 for Dr. Ulysses S. Grant Auer was created by me. I did some research on him and added what I could find to his Find A Grave bio.
If you have additional information, or corrections, I would be very interested. I like my memorials to be as complete and accurate as possible.
|Kathy Salazar||RE: Ada Duncan Johnson|
I didn't notice any other Johnsons near Ada but Graceland is a very old and sprawling section of the cemetery. If you know his first name it would be worth check the online burial locator.
|June Viets||Lep Harrison|
Thank you , after looking at the picture it does look different when made larger. Some markers are very hard to make out. A lot out there didn't have names.
|Clara "Tad " Pomroy||RE: Myrtle Doby 73261167|
Thanks so much, wow what a goof. Have a nice day. Clara.
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