|Robert Werlinger (#46910172)|
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Searching for WERLINGER, KRAFT, FISCHER, WOLK, VOLK, VOLLER families form North Dakota, Russia, and Germany from my fatherís side of the family.
Searching for NEWTON, RUSH, SHEESE, FENDER, PHILIPS, FITCH, KILLIN, EALY, ROBINS, WILSON, AND SATCHALL from Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Maryland, and Pennsylvania from my motherís side of the family.
I am not related to most of my memorial entries. With respect to those entries, I have no other information available as I have tried to include as much info as I have.
Transfer guidelines DO NOT apply. If it is not a family member of mine, transfer requests will be done for your relatives or people you loved if you promise to care for their memorial and will keep it updated in the years to come. That means you will need to stay an active member of FindAGrave in the years to come and check to see if others send you updates for them. Otherwise I will be happy to add any information, links, or corrections you send me.
PLEASE USE the "EDIT" TAB on the upper right side of the memorial to send corrections.
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|Orlena||RE: Larremore family|
Thank you so very much.
Added by Orlena on Oct 28, 2015 1:34 PM
|Orlena||RE: Larremore family|
Thank you for adding the updates. I manage others of the family, if you aren't related and wouldn't mind, I would appreciate a transfer, in the hopes I may be able to find more on them.
Added by Orlena on Oct 24, 2015 10:52 AM
|Pamela Davis||Reginald Cross|
Thank you accepted my addition.
|jrose||RE: Joseph Werlinger grave|
Don't lose hope! While my husband and I searched the cemetery best we could, it is possible that we missed the marker and that it's there. Hopefully someone who lives closer can give it another shot.
Also, there is a second graveyard in the area that goes by St. Boniface Cemetery. It's a much older site, used from 1905-1930, and predominantly served the farming and homesteading population of Germans from Russia. We accidentally ended up there first when we were searching for the other Saint Boniface, and I wonder if you might want to expand your search to include that site? Here's the link to it's wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Boniface_Cemetery,_Wrought-Iron_Cross_Site
Best of luck to you!
Added by jrose on Jul 26, 2015 2:11 PM
|Lillian Fisher Curylo||Thank You!|
Thanks for transferring my family members' profiles to me so quickly. I greatly appreciate it.
|Lillian Fisher Curylo||Clara Ellerholz|
Clara is my great-grandmother and I was wondering if I could take over the site #93857931. I would also like to take over her husband's site #93857930, Arthur Ellerholz.
Your consideration is greatly appreciated.
Lillian Fisher Curylo
|Rebecca Johnson Oldham||Pauline Roberts|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I appreciate your time and efforts.
|Larry McNeal||Hand & Newton|
Hi Robert, I have transferred the 3 memorials you requested. We are related by the Sheese side of the family. But you are a closer relative to them. Great pictures that you added. I know I transferred others to you before. They are now in your care. Valarie McNeal Smith
|mike c||Re: Theodore Kovarik|
I'd be happy to add your information to Theodore Kovarik's memorial, but my preference would be to transfer management of the memorial to you. I don't have a family or personal connection there and transcribing the cemetery was just a summer project for me. You obviously do have a connection to him so let me know if you'd like me to make the transfer.
Added by mike c on Jul 01, 2014 8:57 AM
|Susan ||James Alfred Warne|
I have the Warne family and can say James was the son of William Warne and Isabel Olivia Elizabeth Vane.
James was born in Kent, England 12th July 1896.
Added by Susan on Jun 26, 2014 4:02 PM
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