|Becky M (#47086502)|
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Searching for Albert in Texas, Davis, Jordan and Fritcher in New York and Iowa, Smith in Iowa; Mascari, Morialli/Monreale and LoPiccolo in Tennessee, Michigan and Sicily. Many thanks to the volunteers that have taken photos on my behalf. The photos that I have taken are free for you to use, but a photo credit isn't unwelcome.|
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I've been meaning to make a drive out that way to search for my 2nd great grandfather. He is buried somewhere in Crawford County. He is August Emil Ohl. I don't know which cemetery he is buried.
He had two wives, my 2nd great grandmother Sophia F Christensen Ohl, and Meta Margaretha Moeller Ohl.
I have August as born on 29 Sep 1851 in Schleswig, Holstein, Germany, and died on 21 May 1934 in Denison, Crawford, Iowa, USA.
Ernest Heinrich Ohl 1818 – 1907
Telsche Magdalena Dibbern 1822 – 1907
Here are some other vital record sources confirming my details:
Iowa, Select Deaths and Burials, 1850-1990 about August Emil Ohl
Name: August Emil Ohl
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 29 Sep 1851
Birth Place: Germany
Death Date: 21 May 1934
Death Place: Denison Twp., Crawford, Iowa
Burial Date: 24 May 1934
FHL Film Number: 1514206
Reference ID: 33
Iowa, Select Marriages, 1809-1992 about August Ohl
Name: August Ohl
Birth Date: 1851
Birth Place: Schles. Holstein, Germany
Marriage Date: 27 Oct 1908
Marriage Place: Denison, Crawford, Iowa
Father: Ernst Ohl
Mother: Magdalena Dipper
Spouse: Meta Moeller
FHL Film Number: 1035132
Reference ID: p 82
If you ever happen about an August Ohl with these details, I would be ever so grateful for a photo.
No worries if that opportunity doesn't present itself, I'm just hoping to one day find his grave.
Added by rnf68 on Aug 18, 2014 6:55 AM
|rnf68||RE: Ohl's in Dunlap|
Thanks Becky. You are awesome. Have a great Monday!
Added by rnf68 on Aug 18, 2014 6:44 AM
Sorry ignore my last statement, I understand what you mean. Related very distantly, no need to transfer.
Added by sibe80 on Aug 17, 2014 7:35 PM
If you send me their memorial numbers I would be happy to transfer them to you.
Added by sibe80 on Aug 17, 2014 7:32 PM
|Crystal Toenjes||Phoebe Carver Nelson Photo|
Thank you SO MUCH for this photo! We drove through Iowa from Illinois to Colorado in June and were told it was unmarked so I didn't look for it and didn't leave flowers as I did for several other ancestors in the cemetery. I am so sad I didn't have this information before, but now that I have this when we make a trip through there again someday and we can stop and pay our respects. THANK YOU again!
|Conita Williams||Summerfield stone|
Thanks so much for taking the time to get the picture of Bernice's stone, I greatly appreciate the time you have taken to help me, knowing I can't get there myself. Best regards, Conita Williams
Thank you very much for the photo!
|Conita Williams||Summerfield stones|
Becky, I thank you for taking the time to get the tombstone photos of Earl and of Nellie Summerfield! My best regards. Conita Williams
Thanks so much for the Ohl photo! I appreciate it.
Added by rnf68 on Aug 11, 2014 9:46 AM
|Marthann Kohl-Fuhs||Eleanor Margaret Hoffmann Honz|
thank you for the gravestone photos
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