|Bob & Sue (#47206658)|
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|Bob and I have completely different interests except for computers. Bob is a retired truck driver and I have been doing genealogy for over twelve years. I became hooked on "Find a Grave" after finding two of my missing ancestors had large headstones on the site. I wrote and thanked the creators of these Memorial Pages and was charged a "fee" of taking photos of strangers as my way of saying thank you.|
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|Sandra Branz||Susannah Bird Ross|
Thank you for the transfer of my third great grandmother. I will be writing her bio and hope to add a memorial for her husband Milan once his location is confirmed. Sandi
I cross referenced information found on your Find A Grave connections and found an 1880 census which gave me the name of Isaac's wife - America. It listed her father's birthplace as Tennessee.
Furthermore, they lived only a few doors down from Isaac's parents.
I will email a copy of the census photo ASAP.
I hope this helps.
|KAYE JONAS||Virginia Marie Miller Blenman|
Have corrected the name..it is as above...hope that helps,,I would like a picture of her stone or marker...and we can delete which ever one is not needed...thanks .Kt JOnas
|anonymous||RE: Westfall - Evergreen in Tucson|
Looks good, Thank you
|Rosalie H. Kaufman||Walter Clago|
Many thanks for linking Walter & adding a bio to his memorial. Very thankful!! Rosalie
|HollyMaxine||Clyde and Edna Tenny|
Thank you so much for your kindness in making the edits for the Tenny records. We do appreciate your help!
|Theresa Brown||William L. Contraman|
I have a question. How many times was William
married? Reason for asking is I have a cousin who
was married to a William L. Contraman.
|jeik||Searching for Any Information!|
I am looking for any family for Mr. Allen J Haas or his wife, Evelyn. Please contact me. Mr Haas was a real estate broker for Butera Realty and passed away Feb 1., 1984. Evelyn may have been a member of the Tucson Symphony (we aren't absolutely certain)
My husband and I have some very important for any surviving member(s) of this family. We have been searching for Mr. Allen Haas for a few years now, and were very saddened to discover he had passed away.
Any info would be so very much appreciated!
Thank you and God Bless.
Added by jeik on Jan 22, 2014 9:01 AM
|Phillip Meek||RE: Jack Meek|
Thank you. I will take care of the link.
|Ash Montagu||Joseph Daly|
You asked where I got his exact birthday. It was on ancestry.com He registered for the WWI draft and gave that date in 1918. He was married to Agnes and worked as a foreman for Independent Packing Co.
Another source was an abstract from his death certificate also on ancestry.com. They used to have the real thing. Now they give you an abstract leaving off much information like cause of death, informant, etc. The abstract gave the same date, his wife's name as Agnes and the names of his parents. According to it he was born in County Cork as well as his parents.
There is also a file card for his naturalization giving his birth date as well as the date he came to the US and his naturalization case number in Superior Court in 1917.
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