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Glenn (#47146293)
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Bio Photo I research the German name Homrighausen and its various spelling variations in the US: Homrighaus, Homrighous, Homrighouse, Humrighouse, Homrig, Humrickhouse, Humrichouser, Humrichouse, Humrichous, Humerickhouse, and Houser.

If you are interested in the family and its ancestry, please contact me. I like to share information and connect family as much as possible.

If you are closer in relationship to these individuals than me, let me know and they're yours. I'm not a hoarder, just a middleman waiting to pass on my info to others.
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Amy Elizabeth
RE: Humrighouse memorial
You're very welcome! :)
Added by Amy Elizabeth on Nov 09, 2016 12:38 PM
Sanebee
RE: Maria Levy Humrichouse
Wish I could have found a stone. I am sure there was one at one point. I have asked in the office if there is a pile anywhere on the grounds of the missing broken stones and they say no. It is obvious that broken stones were removed since there are plots where "stumps" remain.
Added by Sanebee on Nov 04, 2016 7:25 AM
LoveHistory
RE: Homrighaus #170569316
I found an article about the Greve Cemetery from the 1980s. Do you have access to the Chicago Tribune databases?
Added by LoveHistory on Oct 06, 2016 4:30 PM
LoveHistory
RE: Homrighaus #170569316
Are you in the Fairfield Cemetery area...Libertyville and or Barrington area?

The Bar. library does not have a original list. They lose things and or they get stolen. The Barr. historical society might have copies.





Added by LoveHistory on Oct 06, 2016 4:27 PM
LoveHistory
RE: Homrighaus #170569316
A possibility is the Fairfield grave after 1953 reading could have been moved or just the headstone. Don't know. I need to review the original lists from the 1953 inventory and see the order of Homrighaus . Is this your relative?
Added by LoveHistory on Oct 06, 2016 9:21 AM
LoveHistory
Homrighaus #170569316
Interesting Homrighaus burials sites. I have revised the bio on the above.
The "Homrighaus" headstone was there at Fairfield Cemetery in 1953. Then a 2012 inventory failed to turn up the Homrighaus stone.

Thanks for the notice.
Added by LoveHistory on Oct 03, 2016 3:31 PM
Heidi A. Olinger
Record for Homrighouse, Clifton Wilbur
Dear Glenn ---

Clifton Wilbur Homrighouse is my great-grandfather. His first wife and the mother of his three children is Margaret Rees, born in Wales in 1875. Margaret immigrated to the United States in 1881 when she was 6 years old. Clifton and Margaret were married in 1896 when she was 21. They had three daughters, as follows:

Alta G. Homrighouse, born 1896
Clara B. Homrighouse, born 1898
Beatrice Elizabeth Homrighouse, born 1902

The family lost Margaret in about 1906, the cause of death of which I am unsure. I also am unsure of the exact date of her death or where she is buried.

Is this something you would be able to help me track down?

I very much want information on Margaret, but my documentation thus far is the 1900 Census and our family bible.

Beatrice is my grandmother. She married John Carl Olinger (1899-1977), with whom she had two children, Elizabeth Ann (1928-2016) and James Carl (1930-2016). James is my father.

Clara and Alta, my grandmother told me, each were driven from the home because they chose to marry men who were Catholic. I do not know their married names.

Thank you for your research into my great-grandfather.

Sincerely,

Heidi A. Olinger

Added by Heidi A. Olinger on Aug 16, 2016 1:04 PM
Spiritwalker
RE: Homrighausen pictures
You are most welcome!!!
My pleasure!!!
Added by Spiritwalker on Mar 29, 2016 11:28 PM
MJRICH
RE: Catherine Jones transfer
welcome ;-)
Added by MJRICH on Mar 24, 2016 10:58 AM
linda fisher
Luella Rose Humrichouse
Hi Glenn, I will be going out to take pics of gravesite for both Louella and also Blanche Stanley.
The info I recd is that they are located in the same plot:
Section 11' Plot 467,Space 5 I am told there is a marker there. Will be in touch soon.
Linda
Added by linda fisher on Mar 15, 2016 12:04 PM
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