|Sandy Vandertol||Hendrikje Lieuwes "Henrietta" Haga Wibalda|
Please check out my page on Henrietta Haga Wibalda and see the edit links I sent you in your edit tab.
|William Wibalda||RE: John Albert Wibalda, 109033123|
No relationship that I have found. (I haven't gone deeply into Dutch records.) I did find on Family Search that in 1892 Hendrika Haga married Albert Balda. Unable to find 1900 and 1910 censuses. In 1920 Albert J has a son John who was born during Henrietta's lifetime. Henrietta (49835946) died in 1910. Ref. http://seekingmichigan.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/singleitem/collection/p129401coll7/id/362390/rec/369
In 1930 John A was living in Los Angeles with his brother Peter, who was also in the Albert J 1920 census.
Altogether, I think there's little doubt that Albert Jacob Wibalda (150711598) and Henrietta Wibalda(49835946) are are the parents of John Albert.
|Cindy ( Pennel )Paulson||Melgaard|
Charmie, I am transferring Oscar to you. He belongs with you. I have added his mother to his memorial. Have a good evening Cindy.
|Lisa Winner Haas||RE: Thomas C Allen|
I removed the obit. Sorry, my mistake. Thanks for catching it.
|amys||RE: Helena Ostrowsky parent links request|
I have transferred management of Helena's memorial to your care. You are more closely related than I am, which is, not at all. (-: Good luck tracking down your missing relatives! Take care, Amy
Added by amys on Aug 22, 2016 12:49 PM
|amys||Helena Ostrowsky parent links request|
Hi Charmie - Are you are relative of Helena Ostrowsky? -Amy
Added by amys on Aug 20, 2016 5:06 PM
|Robert Dogan||RE: Robert Grimes - Arlington National Cemetery|
I'm glad I could be of help.
There are approximately 400,000 interments at Arlington National Cemetery. Trying to capture photos of each plot would be a herculean effort for even a well-coordinated team of photographers. Plus, there are approximately 10-15 burials every day of the week, except Sunday.
I feel honored that I frequently witness the horse drawn caisson, military band, and rifle teams carrying a service member to their final resting place.
Today there was someone of extremely high rank buried. All service members are entitled to a 21-gun salute but few are entitled to a 21-cannon salute but today while I was photographing one took place. Occasionally there will be a missing-man fly-over for high-ranking Air Force generals and Navy admirals. Arlington National Cemetery is a unique and honorable place.
|Prairie wind & her old salt/usnr||RE: Angie Lay|
It was our pleasure and the moniker is one of my favorites.
|Ricky Eade||RE: Paul and Frances Hudson|
You are welcome.
|Sidney||RE: Ralph Ainsworth|
You are very welcome, I'm glad I could help.
Added by Sidney on Jul 03, 2016 12:38 PM
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