|Pamela Rossmiller-Peters (#47059163)|
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|Researching Rossmiller, Swoboda, Crumb, Hayes, Haase and Haas.|
A BIG thank you to all of you who wander the cemeteries looking for my ancestors. I'm glad we share the same passion!
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|jrauland||photo Emilie Fish|
Thank you very much for the photo!!
Added by jrauland on Feb 03, 2016 12:10 PM
|Bob Wilson||Floyd & Emily Hunter|
Thanks for your response. There's no problem with waiting until Spring (or whenever). I tend to forget that some areas (like Minnesota) have a more severe Winters than we do here in western Oregon. Happy New Year! :-)
|Sandie||Vicky Marie Peyer Palmer|
Thank you Pam for your recent post of the photos to Vicky's memorial, it is very much appreciated! What a Beautiful Memorial Stone!!!
Added by Sandie on Dec 03, 2015 3:59 PM
|charles berndt||Minna Berndt Johnson Lake Geneva|
Thank you so very much for adding the photo of Minna's headstone. She is one of my grandfather Charles August Berndt's sisters. Charles Berndt Mchenry Illinois
|J H Abbott||RE: James Kern|
Jacki Bierma (#47657130)
Above is the person that created the James Kern memorial on Find A Grave. They created the following info on this person:
Birth: Apr. 1, 1817, England
Death: Sep. 28, 1896
Son of George & _?__ Rebeck Kerns
Based on your picture of Henry Kern grave the dates do not match so I am "guessing" they are two different grave? But, if volunteer # 47657130 added this memorial to:
Oak Hill Cemetery
for James Kern... where did they get this info if this cemetery has no record of him? Did they see another grave with "Kern" on it or did their facts come from another source... like an Obit or Newspaper.
All the info I have on the Kern's shows no record of who his parents might be or if he had a middle name. For your info: I am thinking that this Henry Kern might be the first husband of my 4th GGM who for some reason left (or divorced?) Rebecca Kershan and moved West. They had one son George Kern (Kearn) before she married an Abbott...thus my connection?
Thanks for the picture! Do you feel we should create a separate for Henry and Mary Kern and remove the picture from this James Kern,the evidence here would suggest we should. Maybe the other volunteer will weight in... as I did message them as well?
I am in your debt...Pamela Rossmiller-Peters ...Thanks You!
|J H Abbott||I was looking for a Henry Kern (or Kearn)|
The only Kerns buried in Oak Hill Cemetery are Henry & Mary Kern in Section F of Oak Hill along with Louis & Susan Lusignan.
Henry Kearn ( born abt. 1816 in England)was reported to have died Sept. 27, 1896 in Geneva, WI by a newspaper clipping (http://mv.ancestry.com/viewer/0164a545-6857-4419-9885-847dd4f7a73e/9405326/6946254796?_phsrc=hLu344&_phstart=default&usePUBJs=true)
This person's listing looked so much similar I wanted to compare. Your report of a Henry and Mary Kern in section F is more closely aligned with my info. A search of Find A Grave in this Oak Hill Cemetery only listed James and Mary, could be the name James is wrong. Can you consider adding Henry Kern to this cem. and getting a picture of both him and Mary?
Thanks for your work!
James, Texas, USA
|Shapell Roster||RE: Isaac Newton Marks Jr.|
Thank you very much for your photographs! They are very helpful in my research.
|Richard Noonan Jr.||William/Bill Patzold|
thank you for posting this grave memorial.
Could you please link
to his father - William Patzold
and to his mother - Anna Danneman Patzold
under 55695883 you will see a writeup. William was the youngest sibling. He is my grandmothers brother.
|Shelley Miller||William D Burdick, Inez Shuey Burdick, and Dorcas Burdick Dorcas|
I can't thank you enough for the fantastic photos of the headstones for this family! I have long waited to see them. What a beautiful cemetery.
|Robert Boehm Rathbun||Frank Fermano|
Is Frank buried next to his first wife, Edith. I have him buried in a different cemetery.
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