|Nancy Kasper (#47023692)|
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I am active in my family association and in assisting my mother in researching our family tree. I am willing to travel to the following counties to assist others in finding family members: Piatt, Ford, Vermilion and Douglas. Will consider other counties based on distance.|
Family names looking for: Whigham, Woods, Carpenter, Hawkins, Dorrycott, Yaw and Jewell.
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|Search forever||RE: Donald Kenneth Sellers|
Good Heavens, Nancy, sorry for the late delay.
Yes, there was once an Armstrong Cemetery. I believe somehow it is now lost. I have documents showing that my mother's brother died as an infant and was buried at that location.
I do not log on into Find A Grave very often, as you can see. I will try to do better.
|Elaine ||Ingel G Kitterbusch Ackerman|
I submitted a correction for the above person. Her number is #72131255.
The text on the tombstone is in German and is difficult to read if you are not familiar with German letters. Her name should be Engel Gesine (maiden name Ritterbusch)Ackermann. [I forgot to mention the double m in my correction sent.]
There was no place to give the reason to correct the name so I write you now to explain.
She was born Engel Gesine Ritterbusch to Johann Frederich Ritterbusch and Johanne Justine Louise Kleinhans. She was born in Upschört, Ostfriesland, Germany.
I am researching the Ritterbusch family because her mother Johanne Justine Louise Kleinhans is the sister of my step great grandmother, Johann Marie Caroline Kleinhans.
I can write a lot about her for a biography if you would like to transfer her to me. If you are interested, let me know and I will request it by the share button.
Please change her name to Engel Gesine (Ritterbusch) Achermann for the reasons above.
Please change the surname spelling of her husband, Herman L. Ackerman #72131254 to Ackermann also.
Elaine Heaton #47302806
Added by Elaine on Jan 18, 2014 5:37 PM
|Carol Rossel||Ehm Aden|
#41164909, Ehme Hinrichs Aden, b. 24 Oct 1884, Adams county, Illinois and d. 14 August 1967, Champaign county, Illinois. Please link to his wife # 41164910 Grace Duden Aden. Her name is Geske "Duden" Aden.
Link Ehme to his mother # 86144617 Gretje Fecht Behrens Aden and his father # 86144449 Hinrich Mennen Aden. Thanks.
|Richard Rhode||Find A Grave Memorial# 104396451|
You have placed a Parker photograph on Find A Grave Memorial # 104396451 (Celia Higdon Miller).
This is not a correct photograph for this memorial. Please delete it.
|Rebecca Poertner||Vaughn Poertner|
The photo insignia on Vaughn's uniform have two bars on the top, and five rockers on the bottom - that of a senior master sergeant. A chief master sergeant has three bars on the top. Vaughn was close to achieving chief, but didn't quite make it.
|ltaborek||RE: Barbara Busboom|
Thanks for the info. They had so many duplicate names that I have trouble being sure I've got the right person.
This is a particularly confusing one because the oldest child has a birth year before the year I show Barbara & Heije married. So either I have a wrong date OR I wonder if Barbara wasn't married before and one or more of these children have a different father.
Also, I think there should be some folks buried around there somewhere that haven't found their way onto this website yet.
Thanks for your help.
Added by ltaborek on Aug 21, 2013 7:38 AM
|Deborah Sigrist||Leslie Cline|
Thank you for the photo of Leslie's monument. I see many that you have done. You must be a great a great person.
May God bless you.
|Gina Reardon-Gaddis||Calista Grim|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Calista's headstone. I appreciate it very much and for all you do for Find A Grave. God Bless.
|Deborah Sigrist||What A Sweetheart!|
Wow 6 photo requests provided in one day! That is for the monument photos of the Clines and Zimmermans that you did for me. Thank you many times over.
And,as always,may God bless you.
|Sandra Hunter||Reynolds photo|
Thank you so VERY much Nancy for getting the photo of my Grandmother Reynolds' gravestone. Your time and effort is VERY much appreciated.
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