|Anna Mae Baxter (#47063677)|
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I am originally from Wichita Kansas, land of Dorothy and the Wizard! Moved to sunny Tucson Arizona some 35+ years ago. I am mother to 2 beautiful adult children and grandmother of 3 gorgeous gbabes. Family research has been my passion for most of those 35 years. Mrs Janie Lewis, my-mother-in-law (dod 2003 buried in Ford Cemetery with her husband and parents, Benton, KY)was my driving force and inspiration. God bless her! She researched the residents of Marshall County, Kentucky and with the assist of many, published 'Marshall County Kentucky', which I am proud to be a part of.|
I have served as President of the Saddlebrooke Genealogy Club, and VP of said club. I also teach Mary Hill's Color Code Program and on occasion speak at societies across the nation. My research has only scratched the surface of my family, and now, my 18 year old granddaughter has chosen to jump on board, assist and become most involved in the search!
I am so blessed!and so remember...
'life does not end with death'
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|Fran Bundy||RE: CPL Michael B Robinson|
You are welcome!
I posted Gladys' obituary on her memorial page. I could not find an obituary for her husband.
Most of what I found for Charles H. Stoeckle you already have based on the video I found online (SSDI, Department of Veterans Affairs, etc), but I did find an address in Lincoln, NE, and an old classified ad that has his address when he was 10:
STOECKLE, Charles H.: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Arizona Daily Star, The (Tucson, AZ) - Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Deceased Name: STOECKLE, Charles H.
58, Sept. 4, Adair Dodge.
Public Records Index
Charles H Stoeckle 22 Sep 1949 3816 Randolph St, Lincoln, NE, 68510-1653 ( I couldn't find any information on this address before 1992 )
Lincoln Evening Journal; 15 May 1960 - "Lionel trains and accorties for sale or trade for musical instrument. Charles Stoeckle. 4020 C St. IV 8-6126 age 10." ( I couldn't find any information about this address before 1998 )
I think his parents may have been William Stoeckle and Clara Hock.
Added by Audrey on Feb 12, 2014 8:56 PM
|Mal||RE: Martha nd James Philpot|
the information came from the following book:
NOBLE COUNTY CEMETERIES
by: Nola E. Eynon
propoerty of Noble County Library in Cambridge, OH
Added by Mal on Nov 22, 2013 7:33 PM
|Mal||RE: James and Martha Philpot|
Your message didn't come through with a memorial link, so I have no clue which one you are referencing. I have added a LOT of memorials, so need more information.
Added by Mal on Nov 21, 2013 9:45 PM
|~Marcia||RE: Roman & Charlotte Zwalsh|
Roman was the Doctor in Glenrock, WY when I lived there between 2nd and 8th grades in the 50's. I didn't know them well because their kids were a lot younger than I. My mom knew them better because she had the town beauty shop and did Charlotte's hair and occasionally the girls'. Heidi was a daughter and died in 1999 but I don't know the cause. Charlotte just passed in June. There are 2 girls living. I am in contact with one on FB but I would need her permission to talk about her. Will you tell me who the person is? Maybe a relative? They have memorials in the Glenrock Cemetery. The only obit I have been able to get is the small piece for Charlotte's page. Hope this helps.
Added by ~Marcia on Nov 17, 2013 7:42 PM
|Rick and Kathy Wright||Michael Robinson|
Thank you very much for sponsoring Michael Robinson.
Rick and Kathy Wright
|Richard Jordan||RE: Doris Vincent Wilson|
I will be glad to help in any way. My wife's father grew up in Lancaster. Just to be clear what are the last names buried in Taylor?
Anything I've done at Ft Logan is a labor of love to our Vets. I don't have anymore info than what is on the site. However, if you call the cemetery (303-761-0117)they can tell you what mortuary was used. Because they are a federal facility that is all they can tell you. By getting the name and number of the mortuary you may be able to find a gold mine. I have had much success in this route in the past. I would love to meet up with you the next time you're in Denver. Good luck with your venture.
Added by Concetta on Mar 03, 2010 5:41 AM