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Carol Shobe (#46993821)
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Bio Photo I have had the genealogy bug most of my adult life and enjoy helping others with their research as well. I am happy to transfer memorials who are not my family and am grateful to those contributors who have done the same for me. Please use any headstone or personal photos I have posted without further permission. Good Luck in your family research!


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TeddyD
RE: Clarence Roske
So it looks like Helen was his spouse but were divorced in January 1969 and they were married in 1953. Nothing came up about her getting remarried.

Here maiden name was Saylor.
Added by TeddyD on Dec 15, 2016 2:35 PM
TeddyD
RE: Clarence Roske
Carol, I do not see Helen on Find A Grave. I see a Helena but not a Helen. And she is buried in Minnesota.

B. June 28, 1933 D. Oct 9, 1993.

I was guessing that Gramms was a name of endearment for grandma.

I was also guessing that she is Clarence's wife since she is buried next to him. Clarence does not show a wife on his memorial.
Added by TeddyD on Dec 15, 2016 2:13 PM
TeddyD
Clarence Roske
Carol, I am about to upload the image of Clarence Roske. When taking the image there is another grave for a Helen Roske-Gramms. Is she related? LMK if you create the memorial and I will upload this image as well. Ted
Added by TeddyD on Dec 14, 2016 11:09 PM
Arnold L. Corkins
RE: Isaac Shobe, FAG #73250085
Ho Carol,

Hey no problem about that. I was just wondering because I was coming up with Jan myself. But at least you got it right.
Added by Arnold L. Corkins on Sep 29, 2016 4:35 PM
Arnold L. Corkins
Isaac Shobe, FAG #73250085
Alright, thank you Carol.
Added by Arnold L. Corkins on Sep 28, 2016 11:25 PM
Arnold L. Corkins
Isaac Shobe, FAG #73250085
Is his DOB 5 Jan 1889 or 5 Jun 1889?
Added by Arnold L. Corkins on Sep 25, 2016 11:40 PM
Ann Harris Humble
RE: Roy L. Thompson # 39759418
Hi, Carol - I don't have information as to where Lucinda Thompson was buried but my hunch is that she may be at Ozro Falls which is 250 miles from me.

Julius Thompson was my Grandma Cynthia Ann Thompson's first cousin; Betty and I are third cousins. I'm going to send you some information on Julius and his brothers via email. Ann

Added by Ann Harris Humble on Jul 25, 2016 5:54 PM
Ann Harris Humble
Roy L. Thompson # 39759418
Dear Carol - I would like for you to consider linking Roy L. Thompson to his father Julius Edgar Thompson who is buried at the Ozro Falls Cemetery, Hewins, Kansas. The memorial number for Julius Edgar Thompson is # 23860981.

Please note that that both Bill Thompson and Leroy Thompson, sons of Roy, were born at Hewins, Kansas. I think we are on solid ground, but if you have questions, please let me know.

I have researched the Thompsons for the last two years. Julius and my grandmother Cynthia were first cousins, so I would be a third cousin to Bill and Leroy Thompson.

Ann Harris Humble #47942841
Added by Ann Harris Humble on Jul 09, 2016 2:06 PM
Donna White
Paul LeaVelle
could you please tell me where you found the picture its one i dont remember seeing
Added by Donna White on Feb 20, 2016 1:10 PM
Craig Dunstan
RE: Bennett Family
James Edward Bennett (1840-1932) was by Great-Great Grandfather. His daughter Edith Bennett (1872-1974) was by Great-Grandmother. Her Daughter Nita Alta Clark (1915-1991) was my Paternal Grandmother. Her son Floyd "Eugene" Dunstan (1937- ) is my father.

I am a Civil War Enthusiast and James Edward Bennett was a soldier in the Confederacy. His Daughter Edith married Nathan Samuel "Sam" Clark (1868-1941). Sam's father was Ruben "Matthew" Clark (1832-1923) who was a soldier in the Union Army. Edith's Daughter Nita (James Edward's granddaughter) maried Floyd Samuel Dunstan (1912-1985) who was the Grandson of Samuel Dunstan (1840-1904) who was also a soldier in the Union Army. So, I am the Great-Great Grandson of two Union soldiers and one Confederate soldier.

-- Craig Dunstan
Added by Craig Dunstan on Jan 02, 2016 8:09 PM
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