|Lynn Marie Vint (#47138895)|
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One of the best features of Find A Grave is that it provides a forum where years of genealogical research can be shared with others. Please let me know if you have additional biographical or statistical information for any of my memorials, as it is always welcome. The wealth of knowledge that others have sent to me through Find A Grave is astounding. |
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Please transfer my grandparents to me. William Melvin Parker 47192646 & Essie Ella Lawson Parker 46700831. I would greatly appreciate this.
Eileen Parker Kizer
|MP Maurer||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 126993786 & # 126993707|
It definitely refreshed my intentions to do more research after reading your report. Michael, son of Leonhard and Christine was my great grandfather and the first Michael in a long line of Michaels after him. There was considerable research in my ancestry account going back to C. 1630's on the Maurers. Like you, I found nothing for Eva but thanks to you I now have Margaret. I agree that the image in the 1850 census could be "Marg" instead of Mary and that resolves another question so I appreciate your response. I considered the name Of Rohmer as Christine's family name for a long time but came to the same conclusion some time ago that it was not accurate. Lestler is a new name for my research. Thank you again.
|MP Maurer||Find A Grave Memorial# 126993786 & # 126993707|
re: Margaret Maurer Ruebel & Christine Lestler Maurer, Scenic Hill Cemetery
I was thrilled to read your report. I have been searching for years to find the female offspring of Leonhard and Christine Maurer. Christine shows up in the 1850 census of St Louis MO as "Cho" along with her husband Leonhard listed as "L". "Michl", Mary and Eva are the children in 1850. By 1960 John and Joseph show up. I have never found Eva. Could it be that Mary and Margaret are the same person? The last name of Lestler for Christina was a name I had never heard until reading your post. Did I say that I was thrilled to get this information? thank you for your research.
|Steve Maynard||RE: Roy Schlieper (74690589)|
Verse on headstone:
"Favored of heaven to wear the crown
Without life's weary race to run"
The first line is from a Longfellow poem, but the second line is different. An Internet search showed the quote was widely used on headstones of children in the 19th century.
|Steve Maynard||"Infant son" Schlieper|
I was at Hamburg Cemetery recently and came across the grave you recorded as "Infant Son" Schlieper (#74690589). The baby's name was Roy, which is barely legible on the top of the headstone. The birth and death dates on the face match my records for a child by that name born to Charles B. and Rachel (Wineland) Schlieper, who are buried at Pleasant Hill.
The grandfather you mentioned--Charles Henry Schlieper--was my great-great-grandfather. Roy would have been my paternal grandmother's first cousin.
Thanks for your work.
|Yvette Elliott||RE: Ruth E. Rhein|
Your very welcome!
|Michele Bailey Brady||Louis Geske|
Thank you for your email Lynn, I made the changes.
|jennifer dickey||Sam Maurer|
My pleasure! It makes me happy that I was able to help so your family could view it. I just started to assist and I decided to make it a habit to look around to make sure I might get other family members that might be around in case this helps people. Im happy I was able to get Shirley for you as well. :) Have a terrific day!
|pat staley||Samuel McCartney|
I found Sam's tombstone while visiting the Carrico Plummer Cemetery. I also visited the Hardin County Clerk's office. In the write up on the site it states Sam was born in Belfast Ireland. Most census reports state he was born in Scotland.
Our family bible says Ireland. I have his 2 marriages and the children from those unions. But, I have NO other information on Sam.
I have been searching for him for 7 years - Sam is my Great Grandfather. Our line is Sam Mccartney - Hiram McCartney - Tony Mccartney - myself Patricia Ann McCartney.
I so want info on Sam and the previous generation - how did he get here?
Any help would be appreciated!
PS: So appreciate all the work you volunteers do!!
|jim eydmann||RE: Bertha Dieckmann|
Thanks. I realized that after I tried to add her and did not know what to do to correct it. Now I have to correct her sister Emilie Fiedler.
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