|Gloria Barnes (#46921412)|
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My quest to learn more about my ancestors began as a young teenager. My great-grandmother had a book about her Drinkard family, which was written by her first cousin. It was so interesting I was insired to learn more about my other ancestors. Some lines I knew very little about. The journey has gone on over 40 years and I am still working at it. It has been fun. |
Along the way, I also come across records for people not related. I enjoy sharing my family and other records at Find A Grave. It is such a great website!
This photo was taken when I visited Wisconsin for an Adams Family Reunion in 2005. Our ancestors, Henry Adams and Margaretha Misslich, immigrated from Germany in 1848 and settled in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry was born in 1818 at Enzen, Zuelpich, Rhineland, Germany.
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Your are so very welcome. It was a pleasure.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Shirley Brubacker|
Always glad to help others out on their search.
|Lindie Lahiff||Finding an error|
Is there any way to know who might have entered parents for memorial #137915419?
Clicking on the father listed, they have his census records entered, and the ALICE HUCK listed in those census records indicate she was born in about 1903 or 1904.
The subject of Memorial #137915419 was born in 1912. In fact I believe this is Jeannette Alice Huck Haubrich 1912-1994, who many times has her first and middle names switched in various records.
Her parents are Bridget Hart Huck and George Thomas Huck. Death records definitely have the birth and death dates and the four names: Jeannette Alice Huck Haubrich 23 MAY 1912 - 27 OCT 1994.
I would be happy to be the one to make the changes, if you like, or her daughter may wish to do it (I am not sure she is a member, but I am. I am a cousin). Let me know what you think. Thanks. Lindie
Hi Gloria, I have posted the picture for John. Glad I could be of help.
|MJ||RE: Davy & Long|
Your Welcome! I did not find Albert Vilmure at St. Mary's I did not see a stone in the Vilmure for Alfred. I'm not saying he couldn't be buried there, it was a large lot, If you can find out more specific information on where he might be from either the church records or the funeral home, I would be more than happy to look again. I'm not sure which one would hold the records. Like I said, if i can do anything else for you just let me know
Added by MJ on Jul 06, 2015 7:23 PM
You made a request for a photo of the headstone for the above.
The cemetery won't give me the location but if you call them at 410-796-8024 and tell them you need the lot location for your relative/family member and let me know what it is I will go out and take a picture.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Added by LindaP on Jun 22, 2015 9:29 AM
|Cheryl Moala||RE: Madelein Jean Hancock Cobler|
Hi Gloria. It is me again in reply to your statement about Madelein Jean Hancock Cobler. She is listed as a daughter to Walter and Amelia Hancock on www.familysearch.org . So until I get proof of any other information stating something else, I will leave her on here as their daughter. If you have proof, ie...birth certificate, death certificate ect. stating aomething else please email it to me and I will glady change it. Thank you. Sincerely, Cheryl Moala...email@example.com
|Cheryl Moala||RE: Amelia Moon|
Hi Gloria. I am sorry it has taken me such a long time to reply to you. I dont get on here hardly since my computer gave up on me. I went in on Amelia's page, and listed Loammi Emilus Moon as being her second huaband. I have not been able to find a marriage date for them, or also if they had any children. If you have any of that information please let me know and I will most happily add that information. Sincerely, Cheryl Moala
|Cynthia Kenny||WILLIE LEWIN|
Gloria-I hope this is the correct stone, the only thing I could read was Death date, which was Dec. 20, 1881. It is almost all completely illegible. I know he has a stone according to the researchers in the 1970's for Gone Home I. :)
Could you transfer the following sites from St. Ben cemetery in Platte County to me: Henry Kramper, Mary Kramper, Rose Kramper, Clara Ludden, John Ludden. These were my great aunts & uncles on my grandmother's side
Added by JPP on May 18, 2015 9:55 AM
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