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|Genealogy has been a topic of interest since college when a Kansas History course required either a term paper or a family history; the family history topic intrigued me more than any other random topic available.|
Since that time, I have continued to search out my extended family as well as work closely with the Kinsley Public Library to document those early settlers of Kinsley and Edwards County, Kansas who moved west to grow up with the country.
Whenever possible, I have found obituaries to 'flesh-out' my family members as well as those early settlers.
This avocation is truly an enjoyable journey and I have been fortunate to meet some wonderful individuals along the way.
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|Lisa Schaefer||Joseph T. Schubert|
Thank you so much for entering the information on Joseph T. Schubert. He is my 2nd great granduncle by adoption. As far as I can tell, he was born in Bohemia in December 1849. He married Rosalia Brousch 21 May 1872 in Saint Louis, Missouri. Thank you again for showing me his death date. His wife, Rosalia, is also buried in that cemetery, possibly near him.
|Row Walker||Obits: Lulu Bowman Mumper|
Thank you so much for your having added to our families genealogical record. Sincerely appreciated.
|Shannon B||Mt Muncie - Charles Enochs (126458756)|
Hi! Another member requested a photo request for Charles' marker. According to the cemetery office, he was buried at Mt Muncie but was disinterred the same year. There wasn't any note of where his remains were moved to only that he is no longer buried at Mt Muncie Cemetery. Thought you might like to know.
|Trulymatters||Thank You Swede Regarding PM Jones|
I sent a private message to you. My family and I appreciate your information. Lets correspond further through email when you get a chance. Thanks again.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Edwin A. Green|
You are truly welcome, Swede. I am still waiting for Donna, who
Made the requests, to erect memorials for the others on the obelisk
Then I will upload the photos. They are:
Maria wife of Jesse, died Sept. 27, 1840 aged 23 yrs 9 mos 11 days
Caroline wife of Jesse, died Sept 1, 1889 aged 68 yrs 6 mos 18 days
Samuel N., died Oct 1, 1865 aged 44 yrs 3 mos 1 day
Byram son of Jesse & Caroline, died Aug. 20, 1847 aged 2 yrs 6 mos 3 days
|Gone But Not Forgotten||RE: Rebecca Wolcott|
Sure will tell him hello for you. We can all help each other. Without help, we would all still be searching for our family.
Have a great week.
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||RE: James Nance|
Thanks. Never saw anything like that before; kinda sad to see it all broken.
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||James Nance|
Thank you so much for those photos! Do you know what the "box" is below his headstone that's cracked? Is means a lot to me that you took these pictures!
|D.E. Losey||Kathryn A. Losey Javier|
Thank you so very much for your time spent in taking and posting the photo of her headstone for me. It is greatly appreciated.
|Pat R||milton houston, az, buried Mt Muncie|
I have added the information you sent as requested & put him in the correct cemetery.
Take care, Pat
Added by Pat R on Mar 14, 2014 10:45 PM
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