Conrad Lindeken At the Mountainview Cemetery you have Conrad Lindeken as the son of Theodore Lindeken and Helena Konermann Lindeken with one known sibling. Here is a list of all his siblings gathered from census records:
Gertrude, Johana Helena, Theodore Edward, Mary, Frank Joseph, Harry John, Margaret Anna Mary, Henry August, Clara Debra, George, Edwar Albert, August Theodore, and Fred Henry Lindeken. I descend through Johana Helena Lindeken who married Jacob Charles Wageman. Information also gathered from church records.
Elizabeth Baumgartner Schneider I have a copy of Elizabeth's death certificate. I'd like to add it to her memorial, but it is already full of photos. Could you possibly delete one of the photos so I could post the death certificate?
Melba Ruth Lucas #95480356 Hi, I added some information for Melba Lucas (she was a good friend and 1st cousin to my Mother) I see another Memorial for her at #119079547 which has known burial information. I don't know your connection to Melba but is it possible for you to work this out with the other Memorial Maintainer? Thank you. Wayne Raschdorf
RE: Doll Memorials - Union Cemetery I believe what I have now posted both on Find-a-Grave and Ancestry is about the extent of my research on the Doll family. I ordered a Family Group Sheet from a professional genealogist who reads German. He went through the LDS records on film, newspaper obituaries, and U.S. census records and provided sources for births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths. Unfortunately, he is no longer in business or I would recommend him to you for further research. I don't know how much further the records go back. I was actually only researching Ulrich's first wife who is the sister of my husband's second great grandfather, Joachim Adam Jenss. The only tidbit I can tell you is that Ulrich's parents are listed as Joachim and Maria Sophia (Puls) Doll and his baptism is dated Dec. 7, page 108, Satow Evangelical church records. My husband's GG grandfather and his sister, Louise Marie Friederike Jenss, were children of Adam Christian Friedrich Jenss and Margaretha Catharine Eva (Puls) Jenss. So, the Jenss, Doll, and Puls families are very intertwined. I believe you may be talking about the Dec. 10, 1857 passenger list of the Nord America bark. I found it very confusing. It was like the entire village of Kogel left at the same time. I think the key to figuring it all out is the church records from Germany. I potentially am going to Germany next year, so will keep the Dolls and Puls' in my mind when I am researching the Jenss's. Is there a way I can contact you privately?
RE: Siems in Pilgrims Rest Cemetery Thanks for the beautiful way you handled the situation. I deleted my memorials for Joachim and Dorothy, put their headstone pictures to your memorials, and attached the 3 sons to your memorials. I also transferred the sons so you could keep the family together. Regards, Frank Germanson
IRA (Kenneth) Light Greetings from Lakewood, WA. Ira K. Light Jr. is buried in his family lot in the Steilacoom Masonic Cemetery. I have added a grave photo to his memorial if you want to update his place of burial.
Bertha Bastian I thought I had pointed out that I copied the contents of the article into the biography section of her page. And if you look at the top of the newspaper page itself, you will see that the paper is dated April 12, 1880, so your original date was correct.