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My direct lineage is Knouffs, Gabelmanns, Greer, Sells, Ulrey, Wilson, Ware and many other lineages. I am also a member of www.ancestory.com, trying to preserve all sorts of records for my ancestors and their spouses and children :)|
My Grandma Potts already did most of Potts and Pate lineage, so I was not really working on them but I do have a book on them so I was actually working on my Mom's side..
If you want to transfer memorials just use edit button and let me know which memorial you want transfered to as long as you are related to them and actually working on family tree, I do not mind if they are your cousins, aunts, uncles grandparents, I will be gladly transfered to you :) as long as they are not related to me :)
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|HelenD||RE: I did not realize I had duplicate|
My understanding is that whoever created the memorial first has the rights to maintain it. In your case the spelling of Sheet and Sheetz didn't allow you to realize it was a duplicate. What I would do is let the other owner know you have accidently duplicated it and then send them the info you have thru the edit button. Your obit is lengthy so you might have to ask how they want that sent. Then you can delete your page and it should all be good. Hope this helps!
Added by HelenD on Jun 27, 2016 5:06 PM
|Suzy Bee||RE: thank you for explaining|
There aren't any other Turners. The Spring Grove records show 4 people buried in section 88, plot 78f. Space 1 Edward Bornschein, space 2 Anna Bornschein, space 3 Matilda Bornschein Turner (its spelled Mathilda in the records but Matilda on the stone) and space 4 George W. Turner. Only Edward and Matilda have stones. I have photos of the plot from a couple other angles as well if you want to see those.
Added by Suzy Bee on Jun 19, 2016 8:02 PM
|Suzy Bee||RE: Hi I would have left in private messge|
There is already an individual photo posted for Matilda. George does not have a gravestone, so I have posted a general picture of the cemetery plot which happens to show Matilda's stone again. As there are only 4 people buried in this plot, presumably he is buried in one of the grassy areas next on either side of her stone.
Added by Suzy Bee on Jun 19, 2016 6:05 PM
|Linda Cardinal Erler||RE: Hannah Ulrey Lewis|
His email arrived outside the Find A Grave Network. I'm assuming he is not familiar with the workings since he sent me the info at my email address vs a public posting. He can be reached at Charleslewis108@att.net.
|Linda Cardinal Erler||Hannah Urey Lewis|
I received the message below regarding a memorial that I transferred to you:
My name is Charles Bryan Lewis, this is my link to Hannah, my great-great Grandmother
Father: Lawrence Albert Lewis
Grandfather: Charley Lewis
Great-grandfather: Benjamin F Lewis, son of Ben and Hannah. Ben met his wife, Mary Folley when he was a field hand and she was a house Servant for Stephen Lewis. He was a half brother to my great grand father.
Great-great grandfather Ben Lewis married Hannah for his second marriage. She was 23 and he was 73. I think first marriage ended in divorce. The were married close to Cincinnati and Clermont in Indiana. She married Josiah Harvey, who she had known a long time. She spent time in Union, Wisconsin. Lived on Court St. In Cincinnati. Her son, _________ Lewis lived with her a long time.
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|James Gabelmann||Family History Wonders|
One of great great grandfathers brothers settled in the Cincinnati area and many of the Gabelmans are buried in the Spring Grove Cemetery with lots of the Ulrey distaff family members.
Then great grandfather's brother went to the Fairport/Paradise/Natoma area. My great grandfather went to Lincoln County and one of his daughters moved to Osborne County and became part of your family.
The wonder is: Did our various ancestors know one another in Ohio and come to Kansas and stay connected or is this all just some complicated set of coincidences? I would like to go back in time and check out all this. I do know that my great grandfather Christian, and his brother from the Indiana (just across the line from Hamiliton County) did come back in 1922 and met with their third brother who had settled in Fairport. I have a picture of the giant family reunion of all three brothers and all their kin taken on Thanksgiving day 1922 in front of my grandfather's house. Think of all we would learn is we had been at that meal!
|James Gabelmann||RE: Hello|
From "cousin" again. Do look at the Ulrey Find A Grave notes. I see that someone has taken Mary Turner Ulrey back and has some recent (this year) information on Find A Grave. Hope this will get you back some more on the Ulreys.
|Linda Hollingshead||Transfer of Estel Corder|
Thank you so much for transferring Estel to me I do appreciate it.
|Dave Peck||Ruth Lormar|
Thanks for the prompt transfer.
|Christina ||Raymond Johnson in Ferncliff|
Raymond did not have a marker and there are no other Johnsons buried beside him. This Raymond Johnson is located in a single grave section.
There are several Fannie Johnsons buried in Ferncliff but none are with a Raymond Johnson according to the online records.
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