To Skip Farrow Hello , I noticed you put pictures of Daniel M Rhodes on your site . Are you a friend or relative of his ? I ask because my mother is hos daughterby first marriage and I would like to know if you have any other pictures of him or his family ?
RE: Milton Sengelmann You can access his birth record, Texas Birth Certificates, 1903-1935 at FamilySearch.org. I have viewed the original and it shows his full name along with his parents names which are correct. Hope this helps
Cyril John Polasek Hi, I'm Martha Polasek ex sister-in-law of C.J. C.J. born in Plum, Fayette County, Texas Father's name Henry Louis Polasek and his mother's name is Leta Blanche Ladig. Henry was born in 1900 I don't know if you need how C.J. died, but I'll give to you and you can do what you want. He was shot in the parking lot of an United States Post Office which was located, I believe, on Hopper Road in Houston, Texas. The murder was not solved.
Per her surname, the Find A Grave guidelines suggest that the last marriage surname should be utilized i.e. Henry.
About James, I've sent/requested corrections for the linking to Monemia. He's actually a brother.
Clementine was a popular name during that era - I have 3 great aunts named Clementine usually shorted to Clemmie or Clem. (one of them was married 5 times!)
FYI, I've been spending the last year attaching all the Blankenship's starting with our 9th generation grandfather (Ralph) when he arrived here in 1692. I've caught a lot of bad connections and assumptions over the year.