# 105640335 Julia Mathern Wolf There seems to be a mix-up with names here. You have Julia's maiden name as Mattern(which is correct) but you have her parents shown as Michael Wolf and Christina Senger. Perhaps you listed Michael and Christina under her instead of her husband paul?
Gustav Fahrner Hi, I contacted the cemetery and they stated that they had no record for Gustav. I found a death notice in the Boston Globe if you would be interested in having it. I can email or post to his FindAGrave account. Let me know. Kitty
William Stockman Washington Cemetery he is with Emma 1880 - 1927 and Rosalia E. 3.15.1907 - 1919. Her death cert is very faded, you can make out William's name, but not the mother. I don't think they have memorials, if you make them and put in a request, I will claim them. :o)
I found this passengerlist you mentioned. The Mattern family was from my place here in Germany before they emigrated to Russia. I have 2 Ferdiand Mattern born about this time in Russia. One was the son of Raymond and the other one was the grandson of Raymond's brother Karl Mattern. Do you know the parents of Henry's father Ferdinand?
So Ferdinand and Barbara should be buried in South Dakota. That wont be easy to find them, I guess.
--------------- My response:: I have not found their burial location yet. You are asking about the father of Ferdinand Mattern's father Raimund (born 1805). What I have is indirect from other Trees only...so can't say if it is correct. Raimund's father was Nikolau Matter (b 1768) and mother is Catharina Schlager (1762-1813). John
RE: Karolina Lauinger Mattern Hi Bee, I'm so sorry that I have not send you a reply (copied your query below). No, I don't know where in Germany they are from. I have Karoline's fathers Death Certificate, but it just says Germany.
I forgot to ask you about Karolina Lauinger. Do you know where the Lauinger family was from? It is a very typical last name of the village Malsch here in Baden, Germany. And it is a neighbor village to Durmersheim, where the Matterns where from. Bee
I posted the info to Frieda's memorial on a marriage license newspaper publication I found - for Freda Heck and Tom W. Beline. If you need the actual copy let me know, and I can email it to you. I wasn't able to post it to their memorials. Also, I don't know if your aware that LDS-Latter Days Saints/Family Research has marriages in Luzerne county on their website, there you will find actual scanned copies of the applications for marriage. Frieda and Tom will have a wealth of family historical information on this application. I usually find a time frame when their parents died especially for marriages in the 1920;s and later.
RE: Campbell In touch with the cemetery office this morning. They have no record of a George Scott Campbell, Scott Campbell or Ada Campbell. They did have a record of a Reuban and Mary Alma Campbell. I went to the designated location of Reuban and Mary to verify dates but could not find a marker. There were several open spaces missing markers in that area. I did, however, find a, Robert Campbell, (1915-1929). I cannot readily confirm but it is doubtful that George Scott Campbell would be buried there. I do not think the cemetery was in operation at the time of his death in 1912. Sorry, I tried.