|Carolyn Wells (#46996420)|
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|Scott McManimen||Shirley Ann Cremer Zbinben|
Just had a question abt the spelling of Zbinben, I'm seeing many in north central Illinois with the surname Zbinden???
|mverzi||Bertha Keller Frey and William Walter Frey|
Hi, Carolyn, this is Marianne Verzi. We have exchanged numerous messages on ancestry. I noticed that you are managing Bertha's and William's memorials. I have some pics of them that I would like to add. I wasn't sure if I could go ahead and add them, or if I needed your permission. FYI, they are also added on ancestry, along with a pic of Uncle Walter Frey. Hope all is well, Marianne
Added by mverzi on Apr 29, 2014 12:45 AM
|Grace ||Burleigh Wells|
I changed his death place to New Hampshire which his NH death record says. Thanks for bringing to my attention. Grace
Added by Grace on Feb 22, 2014 2:40 PM
|Have A Heart||Celistiel Frances Stonehocker Melcum|
I added your info as a Bio. Since I now maintaine Celistiel's memorial, I try not to change anything the orginal created entered. I know the orginal created, I add your info with it being noted from you.
|Tim & Grace||Bertha Irene Keller Frey in Skowhegan, Maine|
I enjoyed researching Bertha Irene (Keller) Frey for you on RAOGK [Random Acts Of Genealogical Kindness]. Sorry that there was no obituary to be found, but I am confident that her death record will confirm what you have already gleaned from the census records about her parents and her younger brother Jesse.
I have transferred control of her memorial over to you. [The Outer Limits ?!?] I can also transfer the Denegars over to you if you wish. Findagrave is a great way to link up with other cousins who may be researching the family. That way you can "compare notes". The more you know, the less you don't know.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
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