|Kathie Bunnell (#47264902)|
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I have been doing my family research for the past 30 years and I love doing it. I am researching my family Tree which is Wetzbarger,Stinnett,Shepherd,Pinkerton,Caldwell, Bunnell,Bonnell,LaBunnell,Haggaman,Tate and Moore. I am willing to share any info and pictures, just email me. Love to get any family info I can get, also please feel free to copy any pictures...|
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|Shannon D.||RE: Gerald Wetzbarger|
I've been transcribing a couple of the Sioux City cemeteries and the information on Gerald came from the directory. Hope that helps. I thought it was interesting that they would bury a limb as well, but in transcribing I have found that he isn't the only one with a limb buried.
I transferred the memorial to you. Always glad to get them back to family.
|Robert Kuhmann||69877005, 69877305, 142860012|
Volunteers have uploaded photos to all three memorials: Joseph Caldwell, Sarah Kellogg-Caldwell and that of their daughter, Mary Cushman Caldwell-Holmes... The stone for Mary confirmed her burial in the same cemetery as her parents, and provided missing dates - which I have added to the online genealogy at www.KUHMANN.com P.S. I am still working on a BIOGRAPHY for Joseph and Tyler - which I shall donate to the Wisconsin Historical Society upon completion...
Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 12 years, 6 months, 6 days.
|Storres Myers||RE: Catharine V Bonnell|
Thank you for responding. Enter this memorial number on the search form page,148077487, or search Catharine V. Bonnell, Lycoming County Pennsylvania died 1852. Good luck.--Storres
|Storres Myers||Catharine V Bonnell|
We documented this burial yesterday, Find A Grave Memorial# 148077487. She is located on the old Bonnell farm last known as Camp Kline. Can you help us determine her parents.--Clinton County Genealogical Society
|happee_grrl||Clarence Sheperd #69800958|
I just fulfilled a photo request for Clarence Shepherd. The bio stated there was no marker, but he in fact shares a marker with his brother, Charles. You might want to annotate that.
Have a lovely day!
|Brian DesErmia||Stephen D. Bonnell|
I'm looking for any information on a Stephen D. and Jane P. Bonnell. Stephen was born about 1787 and died Feb. 16, 1838. His wife, Jane P. (Parsalls?), was born about 1788 and died June 4, 1847. I believe there was a daughter, Ellen S., born about 1814 and died Oct. 29, 1838. All are buried here in Clinton, Michigan.
|Keith Bartz||Marie Christine (Yost) Bartz|
Thanks so much for the excellent work that you've done on the Yost family. One child who is missing from Louis and Bertha Yost's family is my grandmother, Marie Christine(Yost)Bartz. I'm just starting on family history and minutes ago became a member of this site, so I will be adding her record with verified information. For now, here's what I can tell you and others off the top- of my head:
Born: December 8, 1903 (Roberts County, SD)
Died: November 1, 1985 (Wheaton, MN)
Grave Site: Wildwood Cemetery, Wheaton, MN
Spouse: Leonard H. Bartz (1897-1961)
Son: Warren L. Bartz (9/19/1934 - 12/27/2012)
Grandchildren: Keith W. Bartz, Neil P. Bartz
In speaking with Martha Yost Klemm shortly before her death, there likely was a baby who died in infancy. I believe it was the first child before Elsie was born, but I don't have a name or any vitals at this point.
I may be contacting you as I begin the family history. For now, I hope I have been helpful.
|Oak Creek Mom||RE: Nannie Peck|
Sorry, I can not tell you anymore, her son was married to my husband's Great Aunt. :)
|Jamie Olesen||Thorvald olsen|
Thank you so much fir the information he is a relative on my great grandpa ole olson.
|Alice Horner||RE: Mary Bishop|
Thanks for your fast response. If I had any idea where her parents were buried, I'd have you transfer her, but at least I'll put the information off her obituary onto my Rootsweb tree so someone can find it.
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