|Mary Green Kerr (#47386241)|
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|Robert Drexler||Charles I. Popple Find A Grave Memorial# 102055538|
Greetings from Pasadena, Maryland. Would you have any additional Information for Charles I. Popple? I am researching my wife's 2nd great grandfather, Charles Ira Popple.
Charles was born on 24 Mar 1863 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut. In 1893, Charles moved to Virginia. His movements after 1893 is unknown. His wife Victoria (Roger) Popple remarried in about 1900. Sad to say, she died in 1904 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut. It's reported that Charles died in the 1890's.
No death records for Charles can be found in the Norwich City Hall Archives.
So here's hoping your Charles I. Popple is the man I am looking for.
Thank you in advance for any leads that will help me make a family connection to Charles.
|Deb||Mary Beacom Newcomer|
Mary--thanks for the super quick update!
Added by Deb on Jul 30, 2015 9:26 PM
|Jan Summers||Kurtz Family in Chestnut Hill|
Hi Mary, thank you for updating the memorials and making the family links. Best regards, Jan
|Jan Summers||Painter and Emma Crossland|
Thank you for making the updates and links for their memorials. Best regards, Jan
|Robert Loken||RE: Hillgrove Cemetery, Connelsville, Pa|
Yes, that is him, we've had family walk the cemetery and tried everything to locate his grave, my uncle remembers the funeral, but we've been unable to locate the grave.
|Robert Loken||Hillgrove Cemetery, Connelsville, Pa|
I am trying to find my Great Grandfather Charles Louis Lotman,died in 1946; we have had information that he's buried here possibly in plot B136, one of the "Gravers" Ms. Tressler sent me a message that there's no record of him and Showman, Atkins, Kuhns and Townsend were buried in this area of the cemetery, I looked up the graves and saw your name under these memorials and thought I'd take a shot in the dark and ask if you ever saw or heard of Mr. Lotman; any information would be appretiated.
|Jan Summers||Walker Swink|
Thank you for linking Walker to his mother. Best regards, Jan
|Jan Summers||Josiah and Elizabeth Stillwagon|
Thank you for linking their sons. Best regards, Jan
|Amy I.||Moses McCormick|
Thank you for clarifying Moses' parentage. I was thinking that is what happened but couldn't find proof.
Added by Amy I. on Jun 07, 2015 7:25 PM
|davidbritt||RE: Charles L. Britt|
I'm so sorry you're right it's in Connellsville,too many Saint Josephs Cemeteries.
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