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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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Thanks to all those who have generously shared your family stories and beautiful photos with me. I sincerely appreciate being allowed to add them to the memorials for your loved ones. The pictures and studio portraits that for years have been carefully preserved in family photo albums, add such a wonderful dimension to Find A Grave. They help create a memorial tribute that is all the more special and meaningful.
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Bulk surname transfers will not be considered under any circumstances.
Unless otherwise noted, all bios on my memorials were researched and written by me. Post-1922 verbatim obituaries have not been included in order to avoid copyright violations.
I have put a lot of time and effort into my memorials on Find A Grave. I strive to make sure that the information on them is as accurate as possible, but I am realistic and know that mistakes do happen. Please use the edit tab to leave a message regarding any errors or omissions that need to be corrected.
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Note: 30 Sep 2013 marked a very sad day for all Find A Grave contributors when the founder of this website sold us out to ancestry.com.
I will continue to add to and maintain my memorials as long as Find A Grave remains a completely free website, open to all without charge.
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|Donna Erdie||Kratzer family|
Samuel Sr., Samuel and Stella Skora-Kratzer are my uncle his wife and their son, I was wondering if you can transfer their find a grave memorials to me.
Samuel Sr. 100419946
Samuel Jr. 100420048
|Scottie6305||RE: Caroline Brannam Dewey|
Thank you very much for all that you have done.
I am still looking for the rest of Caroline's family.
Her father Absalom Brannam is listed in the 1840 Census of Hamburg in Calhoun County.
Males under 5-(This would be her brother Charles)
Males 30 thru 39 - 1 ( her Father Absalom )
Females 10 thru 14 - 2
Females 15 thru 19 - 2
Females 30 thru 39 - 1 ( her mother Mary )
There are three females that I have not located yet.
If you happen to come across any more Brannon,Brannam or Branham names that might be part of this family, please send me a message
|Rosalie H. Kaufman||RE: Harold and Peggy Hanbaum|
You wrote beautiful memorials for Peggy & Harold! I thank you very much!!!! Thanks for reading her Mom's memorial that I composed. If I come up with something more, I will get back to you! Rosalie
|Scottie6305||Caroline Brannam Dewey|
Thank you for posting the large amount of information about my ancestor Caroline Brannam Dewey.
(Our family name has been spelled Several different ways in various records )
You said that she is buried in the Hardin cemetery but no headstone could be located. Do recall what record you found that says she is buried in the Hardin Cemetery?
I am planning a trip to Calhoun County to visit the graves of my ancestors and would like to collect as much information as I can before my trip.
|Rosalie H. Kaufman||RE: Harold Hanbaum #100961879|
Thank you for your note. I can't wait to read the bio on Harold. As for "Peggy", I was going to research her today. Lillian "Peggy"'s maiden name IS O'Neal/O'Neil, as stated on Harold's death certificate. It is NOT Schwab. Harold & Peggy visited us every summer with their only child David. They visited her Mom & step-dad down the street. My Dad was their caretaker. She went by Peggy, never Lillian. Her middle name might have been Margaret? Do not know. I will research her today. Things are falling into place. Will get back with you. Thanks a million for writing. Rosalie ~MI ~
|Phyllis Huddleston||Johan Peter Lohofener Family|
Thank you Lynn for all of the work you have done on the Lohofener family. They are my grandfather's half-sister and extended family. I have not had much information about them until I read all of the lengthy background information on them. I truly appreciate being able to find my Grandfather's genealogy and history. I remember visiting Mary and Fred Lohofener and John and Violet Lohofner as a small child. Howevever, I never knew they were Grandpa's kin -- and my mother did not tell me much about them. Thank you so much for your diligent work in documenting their history.
Phyllis Wilson Huddleston
Find A Grave Member #48440608
|Shirley Wadell||RE: August Weber|
You're very welcome!!
thanks, Shirley :)
|Brian Brinkman||RE: notes on Harold Lane 150345863|
Thanks for your speedy reply! I figured the only people who would have much information would be Melvin's family. I spoke with Wanda Warner by phone a couple of times and was impressed by the different perspective she provided on Harold Lane. Melvin was much older (born 1903) than his half-brother (my grandfather, Dave Lane, born 1922), and from what my mom says, Melvin was more scholarly and precise. It is probably safe to say he knew his father better than the younger kids did. Granddad Dave was a fun-loving, hands-on guy, and he knew Ronnie. But my grandfather and his sister seemed to have no interest in genealogy, and by the time I was old enough to ask much about it, their answers, even about Harold, were pretty vague.
I must've made a typo on my great-grandma (Marguerite's) listing, so I'll fix that now. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Glad to meet you on here!
|Brian Brinkman||notes on Harold Lane 150345863|
While researching my one of my great-grandfathers, Harold Lane, I came across his Find A Grave page. On it, I read a more complete account of his final days than I had ever heard. My granddad (Dave Lane) never really said what killed his dad. Given the level of detail (hypertension final six years of his life), I wondered if you knew the family or had obtained old medical records. No matter what, I appreciate the time you took in creating his record.
I would submit the following correction: His 2nd wife, my great-grandmother Marguerite Lucy Lane (nee Storms)died in September 1984, at the age of 93.
|Shirley Wadell||RE: Nicholas Mehlen|
You're very welcome!!
Thanks, Shirley :)
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