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Jan Dahlquist (#47234381)
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Bio Photo I'm a retired registered nurse and zoo docent.
Have been really into genealogy these past several years. Most of the ancesters came to the US mid to late 1800's.
I'm now living in Dallas Georgia (Paulding County).
I really appreciate all the help others have given me and would like to pay it forward by helping others.

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M K Baden
Elmira Amanda Decker Kinsey
I live near the Glade Run Cemetery and went there today. There is no headstone for Elmira Amanda Decker Kinsey. I, by luck, talked with the caretaker who was there to mow the cemetery. He did not remember the name, but he is going to check his records (he has all but a few really old ones) and get back to me.

I will let you know if the caretaker gets back to me.
Added by M K Baden on Oct 01, 2015 5:41 PM
Jill White
Caroline Pauline Kinsey Mackenroth
As a member by marriage of the Kopf Kinsey family, I would like to make a few corrections and additions, if this is Caroline Pauline Kinsey Mackenroth's grave, who went by Carolyn.
Her Mother's name was Caroline Pauline Kopf Kinsey 1881-1965 and she always went by Carrie. She was named after her Mother in the German tradition, Carolina Paulina Aldinger Kopf. The B in the Social Security Index is in error as is her great granddaughter Linda who never met her, showing her middle name Barbara in her tree. I am only guessing that her grandchildren were told to call her Barbara, and Linda is very close to her Aunt Louise, Carrie's granddaughter, her father's only full sister by William E Emrick, who visited her often as a child.

Carrie Kopf and John Henry Kinsey had 3 daughters:
Louise May Kinsey Emrick Cooper Nelson 1902-1992
Alice Eola Kinsey Henderson 1909-1991
Caroline Pauline Kinsey Mackenroth 1915-1977
"Carolyn" was married to Charles Mackenroth 1912-1974 who would be buried with her. They had two daughters.

I noticed in the US Census records that there was a Black Caroline Kinsey in Pittsburgh close in age, which someone who commented believe it is her grave - unless the Cemetery records show her surname as Mackenroth, it is not her grave. Her great grandparents from Stuttgart, Germany built St John's Lutheran Church in Millvale, PA outside of Pittsburgh where many in the Kopf family are buried in the first two generations.
Added by Jill White on Aug 20, 2015 12:47 AM
Richard Boyer
RE: Carrie Kincy
Carrie died 3 Apr 1968 at the age of 65. She was African American, born in Atlanta, GA and died in St. Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh. I have her obit which I will send to you.

Rich Boyer
Added by Richard Boyer on Aug 19, 2015 6:21 PM
Howard Simons
RE: Helen Harlow Kay
Your correct in that the vagueness of records is very prevalent. A good example is the Belmont Park Cemetery that is physically located in Liberty Township of Trumbull County, Ohio but has always had a Youngstown, Mahoning County mailing address.

Go figure.

Added by Howard Simons on Aug 18, 2015 8:10 AM
Howard Simons
Helen Harlow Kay

Thank you very much for your information updates.
Oral family history indicates that she died at home, which was located in Church Hill, Liberty Township, Trumbull County, Ohio.

Added by Howard Simons on Aug 18, 2015 7:46 AM
RFB Jenkins
Edward Craven

Thank you for the additional information
Added by RFB Jenkins on Aug 12, 2015 9:54 AM
Stouppe North Shore
As he was cremated and there is no mention of ash burial , something to considered is that the ashes maybe collected and by either family or undertaker.
They may have been scattered.
Added by Bev on Jul 17, 2015 1:17 AM
Richard Boyer
RE: Bissells
Florence Cathers Baumgartel is buried in Allegheny County Memorial Park. I set up a memorial and put a photo of the marker on it. Her husband's name was Lewis, I also set up a memorial for him.

Rich Boyer
Added by Richard Boyer on Jul 08, 2015 2:13 PM
june adkinson
RE: kinsey joseph
Ok, I looked up Kinsey in Barnwell I saw the two markers I added to Jack and Spouse, So I will not go back as I checked it already not knowing I was in the other cemetery So sorry, June
Added by june adkinson on Jul 03, 2015 3:46 PM
june adkinson
RE: kinsey joseph
I looked up Barnwell and can not believe I was there all along I saw no marker stating Barnwell. I will go back next week I hate unsolved details
Added by june adkinson on Jul 03, 2015 2:43 PM
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