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Cathy (Nimerichter) Smith (#47258230)
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Dean Weckman
RE: Nimerichter
Yes in the same cemetery here is a baby Louise Franz and the parents were Mr. and Mrs Franz. In the records it said Mrs Franz was Margaret nee Nimmerichter. That baby was 1949-1950 so Margaret could have been married twice and still living. Regards Dean
Added by Dean Weckman on Nov 24, 2015 6:22 PM
Lynn Mason
Ferdinand Nimerichter
Hi Cathy, Ferdinand was my grandfather's uncle. My grandfather (Joseph Nimrichter) stayed with Ferdinand when he immigrated to the US. I have been trying to find genealogy info on the Nimrichters. I have very little on them in the US, but some from the Czech Rep, as we visited relatives there. I would love to trade info with you. You can contact me at azhydros@yahoo.com

Lynn
Added by Lynn Mason on Sep 19, 2015 3:21 PM
rhondabrent
Hamilton-Hayes Cemetery, Wayne County, Iowa
Dear Cathy, Can you tell me how to get to this cemetery? It looks like the cemetery is located in a field, and the map doesn't show any roads to the given location. I am planning on visiting the area around June 5, 2015. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you Rhonda
Added by rhondabrent on May 30, 2015 8:42 AM
cindy hoppe
RE: David Washington Stapp
Cathy- Here is some more information on the Stapp family:

DAVID STAPP:
Birth 24 Feb 1834 in Madison County, KY
1862 6 Sep — Age: 28
Macon County, IL
Date of Muster Union Regiment State/Origin: Illinois Regiment Name: 116th Illinois Infantry Company: A Rank In: Private Rank Out: Private
Civil War1862 — Age: 28
Company A of the 116th Regimen-

According to his daughter, Mary Emily, his family watched him get on a boat and never saw him again.

Death 05 May 1863 in Jefferson Barracks, MO. He died of typhoid fever at Lawson Hospital.


David’s wife: LOUISA A Odor 1836 – 1873
Birth 18 Nov 1836 in Garrard County, KY
Death 09 Apr 1873 in Moultrie County, IL
After her death at age 36 the children's uncle, Stanton H. Thompson, became their guardian. His wife, Lucy, was David W. Stapp's sister (born 1838).

Children:
MARY EMILY Stapp 1858 – 1949 (my maternal great-grandmother)
Birth 24 Nov 1858 in Decatur, Macon, Illinois Death 29 July 1949 in North Platte, Lincoln, NE

Cassius Marcellus Stapp 1860 – 1925
Birth 12 Sep 1860 in Township 15 Range 4 E, Lovington, Moultrie, Illinois Death 01 Aug 1925 in Denver, Adams, CO

David Washington Jr Stapp 1862 – 1940
Birth 27 Nov 1862 in Decatur, Macon, IL Death 22 Dec 1940 in Bell Gardens, Los Angeles, California

How are you related?
Cindy Hoppe, Prior Lake, MN
Added by cindy hoppe on May 09, 2015 7:45 PM
Karen Hill Walker
Sarah Jane Donaldson
Find A Grave Memorial # 86596581
Sarah Jane (Donaldson) Smith-Adams' death certificate has her parents as Abraham Donaldson and Barbara Shutley both born in New York.
Here are the census records I have for the parents I have, Abraham and Barbara Donaldson:

1850 Hopewell Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Census page 14 & 15, 102
Donaldson, Abraham 31 M Farmer Pennsylvania
Sarah 28 F Pennsylvania
Mary A. 8 F Pennsylvania
Martha 6 F Pennsylvania
Rachel 3 F Pennsylvania
Calvin 1 M Pennsylvania


1860 Hopewell Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Census page 283, 94
Donaldson, Abraham 41 M Farmer Pennsylvania
Sarah 38 F Pennsylvania
Mary A. 18 F Pennsyvlania
Martha 16 F Pennsylvania
Rachel 14 F Pennsylvania
Calvin 12 M Pennsylvania
Sarah J. 10 F Pennsylvania
David 8 M Pennsylvania
Samuel 2 M Pennsylvania


1870 Green, Ashland County, Ohio page 26, #178, 182
Donaldson, Abraham 52 M W Farming Pennsylvania
Sarah 46 F W Pennsylvania
Calvin 21 M W Pennsylvania
Sarah J 18 M W Pennsylvania
David 16 M W Pennsylvania Idiotic
Samuel 12 M W Pennsylvania


Her death certificate also lists her birth year as 1851 and on her headstone it is 1853.

I don't know why her death certificate lists Barbara Shutley and not Sarah? Of course, we both could be wrong???

Karen Walker
khw4@yahoo.com

Added by Karen Hill Walker on Mar 08, 2015 5:17 PM
Irish eyes
Reisdorff family
Hi Cathy
Your Grant grandma is my Grandmothers sister . We should chat .. my name is Patsy my email is badponycompany@gmail.com your grandma was a sweet lady
Added by Irish eyes on Nov 25, 2014 9:53 PM
rockthehouse
RE: Frank Richard Nimrichter
I uploaded the portrait photo, but it came from the newspaper or the funeral home website.
Added by rockthehouse on Nov 18, 2014 8:22 PM
rockthehouse
RE: Frank Richard Nimrichter
Hi Cathy,

No I'm not related. I just happened to enter his information from the newspaper obituary and later took photos of his grave.

His name appears to be spelled differently than your name. Are you related to him?

Steve
Added by rockthehouse on Nov 18, 2014 8:11 PM
Rhonda Brown
#112751360 Ira Hopkins
Cathy if you are not in direct line of descent would please transfer this memorial to me. He is my great grandfather. Thanks
Added by Rhonda Brown on Oct 12, 2014 2:13 PM
JudyJDM
RE: Birth date - Melvina J. Early Sears
Cathy, you just took the photo. The memorial is managed by classic. She has not responded recently so she may still be without a computer and using a smart phone. The only census where Melvina appears is the 1850 Whitley Co., KY (age 19) with William Sears (age 26) and his mother. Reportedly Melvina was the first burial in the Early Cemetery. Therefore, the replacement marker could have been done by the cemetery board or the Early family. Melvina's parents were John G. Early and Eleanor Rockhold. The marker appears to be fairly new.

Judy
Added by JudyJDM on Oct 08, 2014 10:10 PM
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