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Connie Langvardt (#47150099)
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Bio Photo I am a retired medical clerk and have been interested in genealogy since I was a child. I have lived in Ottawa County, Salina, Chapman and Junction City, Kansas. My FindaGrave memorials are in Ottawa, Dickinson, Clay, Geary, Riley and Wabaunsee Counties.
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Mary Bickenheuser
Connie, thank you for caring and being thorough. I have been to the cemetery several times and they have asked me to supply them with information. I also have copies of all the related cemetery registers concerning Great-grandmother and related family. This might make your work easier knowing this. Thank you again for caring.

Added by Treestump Lady on Apr 04, 2014 8:52 AM
DeAnn Smith
Thank you!
Thank you for walking the Fairview Cemetery in search of a Headstone for Baby Hassebroek. I've added an image to the Memorial so others will no that there is no marker. Thanks again!
Added by DeAnn Smith on Mar 23, 2014 11:26 AM
Katherine E S Price
Eulert transfers
Thank you so much for the speedy transfers. I am most grateful, Katherine
Added by Katherine E S Price on Mar 17, 2014 7:22 PM
Cheryl White
Otto Palenske
Connie,
Thanks for the link for his mother. I've added it to his page.
Added by Cheryl White on Mar 11, 2014 5:46 AM
Tom Oatney
Carrie Frances Otney Carlson
Thanks for the date update - looks like a typo on my part. Now fixed at http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=65194772
Added by Tom Oatney on Mar 04, 2014 7:45 AM
Cherri Lusk
Adelbert Clapp Baker
Thank you for linking the parents. The Clapp is his mother's maiden name. They seemed to do that a lot back in the 1700 and 1800's. Poor guy really had a name that was a mouthful.
Added by Cherri Lusk on Feb 28, 2014 4:08 PM
Jessie Champ-Batten
Green Headstones Milford cementary
Ms. Langvardt,
Thank you so much for posting the pictures of my father and mothers headstones. I was very young when they passed. I was five when my father died and seventeen when my mother died. This is such a wonderful and caring gesture!


Again, Thank you!

Jessie Champ-Batten
Added by Jessie Champ-Batten on Feb 21, 2014 7:22 PM
Julie
RE: MADGE
My father was the original genealogist, and Winona Madge Struble was how he had the name. At the moment, I can't think how to confirm it.

Regarding the Family of Cornelius Struble, that's my direct line. The twins are buried in the Bennington Cemetery, according to my grandmother, who was their older sister, both in the same small casket. Their was also a girl, born and died unnamed in 1880, who is in the Bennington Cemetery as well.

My grandmother was Sara Jessamine Struble (went by Jessie) and I remember my great aunts Luella and Rachel. I never met several of the siblings.

There were 11 children total, including the 3 infants and a boy who died at 13 years old. I have very complete information on this family if you want anything. Email me directly, so we don't add any more correspondence to Findagrave.

Julie Busse
bussejl@gmail.com
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Added by Julie on Feb 10, 2014 2:09 PM
Randall Chandler Stroot
RE: Romick
Ok, thanks..just afraid of using my email since it got hacked last year, so I try to keep it at a minimum.

Yes, I caught the similar birth year between Jennie and Eda. I didn't want to make any assumptions that they might be twins, since different inaccurate versions of the list exist on internet. So, I didn't want to add to the confusion, but it is nice to see someone else pointing out what had crossed my mind in the past.
I do have Eda listed as an offspring or sibling on other Romick memorials...just need to update all the Romicks in that regard.

Also, I know Mrs Edgar is Agnes, more confusion to the soup as she is listed twice as Agnes and Edgar Alice(from another errant list from ancestry). Thanks for the reminder.

Admitedly, the offspring list of Frances and George needs to be researched further and cleaned up; although it seems I've exhausted my resources on the internet,anyway.

I'll contact you by email, unless you have skype which works well for uploads also. Look for an email 'From Randy' to know it is me.
Added by Randall Chandler Stroot on Feb 09, 2014 1:36 PM
Randall Chandler Stroot
RE: Romick
Thanks Connie,

Since we last communicated, I found the Harris lineage.

I knew Della last lived and may have died in San Mateo(my old stomping ground growing up); but her body at some point may have been transferred to Hawaii for burial with her husband(Willie, d1961), which is more than likely her final resting place. Of course, all that still needs to be verified.

And yes, I also saw the George/Frances children list and surmised some time ago, that it may only be 11 children, not 12; not to mention other twins besides Winnie/Minnie.

BTW, I can't find much on Minnie in Pomona, CA; other than she was a teacher(a KSU grad) and popular locally; being buried with Frances and George. She wasn't married, nor had kids. I would sure like to know more about her. I had a picture and bio of her years ago, but lost the data in a computer crash and can't find it on the internet anymore.
Would you know more about her?

Much thanks,
Randy
Added by Randall Chandler Stroot on Feb 09, 2014 9:55 AM
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