|Dave Wallace (#47306911)|
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|I have had photography as a hobby for a very long time, and enjoy being able to help people obtain images they may not be able to acquire in another way.|
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|Ross Morton||RE: Marie Charipar|
FYI-I have sent a request to link another daughter Esther M Charipar Dye (#143807562) buried in Oak Hill Cemetery in Cedar Rapids with her husband. She was a close friend of my mother's.
There is a 3rd daughter Bessie Charipar Wagner but she moved to Wisconsin in the 1940s so is probably buried out of state
|Ross Morton||RE: Charipar info in Cedar Rapids|
thank you-sorry for initial confusion over the maiden name of Marie-it was the Vaclav that confused me and I originally thought this was senior rather than junior.
The Benesh-Charipar's are my step great grandmother's family (My gr grandfather's second wife Josephine who raised my maternal grandmother and was a close step grandmother to my mother). They came from Bohemia and went by the name of Charipar but "Benesh" is on my gr grandmother's marriage licence and a few other documents. Not sure if it is the Czeck version or if Vaclav was actualy Mary Krupa's second husband and he raised all or most of the children who were born in Bohemia.
This Vaclav (the junior) went by the name of Wencil (all censuses from 1880 to 1930 except for W.F. in 1925 Iowa Census). He and his parents came to Cedar Rapids shortly after his birth. He and his wife lived at 1432 C Street W from at least 1900-1930.
Marie was the daughter of Anton & Anna Kusy Motycka of Bohemia however Marie was born in Cedar Rapids. I am glad that you added a FindAGrave. My mother had smudged Maries date of death in a book she kept and the Iowa Cemetery Records project had listed her death as 1937 rather than 1957-the tombstone picture was fuzzy.
|Ronald Kyes||RE: Norah Morgan info|
No, I think you're correct...I've had her name forever, found her in the 1940 census with her half sister Eva, I was just hoping for a lead...anyway, thanks!
Safety Harbor, FL
|Ronald Kyes||James & Ursa Morgan|
I noticed for the burial info on James E. Morgan, you have listed a daughter "Norah H. Morgan" and 2002 as a date of death. I've been researching this family in part for nearly 30 years, could you give me an idea what her married name was...or where she died, anything that would point me in the right direction. Thanks!
|deanna french||RE: FAG PHOTO|
Thank you so much. You are much Appreciated!!
|deanna french||FAG PHOTO"S|
I would like to ask you for permission to use your Find A Grave photo's of Civil War Veterans on the Vermont Civil War data base. (www.vermontcivilwar.org) You would get the credit for this, and "bring home" many old soldiers/sailors who had some tie to Vermont,ie; birth, marriage, service, death etc.
Thank you for your consideration on this.
|Jack McCabe||RE: Ronald Bromwich|
Thanks for trying Dave
|beffkin||RE: Mr. Sanders' birthdate:|
hahaha! You wouldn't believe some of the stuff I've seen in Ancestry trees- 80 year old women having babies, or dying years before their "kids" were ever born, etc. Baby steps! :-)
Added by beffkin on Jun 27, 2016 11:41 AM
The Social Security Death Index says 25 August 1889. Don't know why this site won't let you edit the "messages" you leave, pretty useless. (haha)
Added by beffkin on Jun 26, 2016 8:03 AM
|beffkin||C. C. Sanders|
Maybe the trees have it like that, but both of his draft registration cards (WWI and WWII, which he signed) say 25 August 1889.
Added by beffkin on Jun 26, 2016 8:01 AM
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