Thanks for checking out my bio. I have been researching my various family lines for several years and have met and reconnected with many new friends and distant relatives in my endeavors. I support Findagrave and many other genealogical-related organizations and post my extensive genealogical research material online as The Weber & Landerfelt Family Tree Project as a tool for those who may be researching their own immediate and distant family history. Click here to visit The Weber & Landerfelt Family Tree Project database I have compiled and maintain on Rootsweb. This data contains over 65,000 individuals, all of whom are related.
Click here to visit The Weber & Landerfelt Family Tree Project webpage where you will find some wonderful pictures, stories, and various preformatted report links.
On both sites you will discover a wonderful cross-section of America and the world and find sports greats, war heros, a president (Abraham Lincoln), a notable frontiersman (Daniel Boone), and even a gangster, along with all the typical hardworking people that made us who we are today. You might just find some of your family members there!
Joseph Rudolph I was unable to find Joseph Rudolph so far at Calvary Cemetery, but I believe I may have found his son's grave. No marker stones around it, at least that I was able to find. I will add a memorial for his son.
RE: Alice Landerfelt Gravestone Photo You are very welcome! The first time I went to this cemetery, I couldn't find her. I looked a little harder this time and found her in a spot that I think I must have missed the last time.
Manning Hello, I see you are the manager of the memorial for Thomas Manning (1836-1904) at Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery in Shelby, Richland, Ohio.
I am the great-great-great grandson of his sister Catherine (Manning) Meade.I was wondering if you are a descendant of Thomas and if so if you have any information about the Manning family before Thomas and Catherine. I have not been able to find their parents names anywhere.
My 79 year old grandma is the great-granddaughter of Catherine (Manning) Meade and although she never knew her, said the family pronounced the last name "Mang-gun" and not Mann-ing.