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Kathy & Jerry Strickland (#47169054)
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I have recently been going thru each of my memorials 1 by 1.. It looks like my oldest memorial is that of

Laban Worth, 1770-1814.

Wilhelm Lochen, 1787-1867

Mary Roe.1776-1799

Mathias Tix. 1790 - 1875..

Albert Overton 1792-1870, and his brother, Nathaniel Palmer Overton.. 1801-1859
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I found the following translation from Czech to English
Leden >> January
Unor >> February
Brezen >> March
Duben >> April
Kveten / Kvetna >> May
Cerven >> June
Cervenec >> July
Srpen >> August
Zari >> September
Rijen >> October
Listopad >> November
Prozinec >> December
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Susan Medlock
Father Fulton
Hi, Yes Father Fulton was very special to our Family. He Prayed for a Soft Ball Pitcher and Our Family joined the Catholic church when I was 11 Yrs old. He Baptized my whole family. Married me and my husband. and Baptized my children. We all LOVED him very much!!!
Added by Susan Medlock on Jul 24, 2015 2:01 AM
Red
RE: Elizabeth Hallman
The large photo with names is a lot photo with the location of those in the same lot marked. If Elizabeth's maiden name is Ogilvie, these could be her relatives.
Added by Red on Jul 20, 2015 9:39 AM
DPittjr
RE: Ronald shank
I'll see what I can turn up in the next few days or so.
Added by DPittjr on Jul 19, 2015 1:49 PM
DD
RE: Nicholas Eischens
Yes,both Nicholas Eischens were the children of Jacob and Anna (Kollei) Eischens. In the Scott Co. birth records, there is a stillbirth recorded for another child, Jacob, for Jacob and Anna, Helena Township, occurring on June 22, 1891. The mother's place of birth is listed as "Georgia" (Anna was born in New Jersey). There was another Jacob Eischens (with a wife Anna) living in Scott Co. at the same time, but not in Helena Township. And there is listed on Find-A-Grave one Jacob Eischens, child of Valentin and Elizabeth Puetz Eischens born and died June 21, 1891, and buried (in New Market I think). There is no grave for this stillborn child in the Benedict Cemetery. So this record could be an error made by the person reporting the birth or it could be that because doctrine at the time held that one got one's soul at drawing the first breath of life, the bodies of stillborn infants, having no souls, were given sanitary burials or were buried outside the consecrated boundaries of the cemeteries (without headstones or committal ceremony). It is curious that there are no other graves for any stillborn babies (stillbirths surely happened) in that cemetery. That's why I left Jacob's name out of the list of Jacob and Anna (Kollei) Eischens children. (Too many possible explanations, every one of which could be an error)
Added by DD on Jul 19, 2015 12:40 PM
DD
Your message?
Today's email from Find-A-Grave says you have a question for me but the questions/comments are all a year old (August 2014).
Added by DD on Jul 19, 2015 7:33 AM
BJ
John Neisen
Thanks much...
Added by BJ on Jul 18, 2015 8:42 AM
Kathleen M. Bailey
RE: Michael Moran
It is added. Read her bio and click on Michaels name. Doing that will take you to his grave site.
Added by Kathleen M. Bailey on Jul 14, 2015 9:37 PM
marypie
St. Nicholas
I've got "the book" out and am making a list in preparation for a trip to St. Nick. Weather here is extremely hot and humid so I want to map it out first (I hate hot and humid) :)
Added by marypie on Jul 13, 2015 12:17 PM
Lorri Stute
Emma Scherer
Hi Kathy, I was wondering if you have taken any photos of Emma Scherer in the Valley Cemetery she was the daugther of Mathias Scherer & Mary Unze Scherer Emma was Born 1867 Died 1877 I am working on my Grandfathers Family the Unze's if so could I get a copy if not that's okay also


Thank you Lorri
Added by Lorri Stute on Jul 11, 2015 12:21 PM
marypie
RE: Edna Simon Dirks Weckman
My understanding was name on stone which is why I sent the note....you are right though they've been known to change things and usually without notice:) BTW in her bio she is called both Edna and Enda - a typo you might want to correct. Thanks for the fix.
Added by marypie on Jul 08, 2015 3:16 PM
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