"He shall cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his truth shall be your shield and rampart." Psalm 91:4
Genealogy is one of my favorite hobbies. My ancestors immigrated from Germany to Kansas and Missouri: Buck, Eggers, Fischer, Hopfer, Schmoekel, Schroeder, Stueve/Stuive, Wienholt, and Woldt. My husband's ancestors include Brown, Delano, Gaskill, Holdaway/Holdway, Manley, McDowell, Oliphant, and Petty.
Sadie Harris Gaskill and Lewis Gaskill (ID 85406242) Hello I see you mention that Gaskill is a family of yours. I have been trying to find a descendant of Lewis and Sadie Gaskill, as Sadie is my Great Aunt and I am working on my family tree and searching for photos of her, her husband , her siblings, parents, and also her children and grandchildren for my tree.
Is this something you might be able to help me with, or connect me to someone who might have info on Sadie and family?
Thanks, Dwight Furleigh
Spouse: Sadie Harris Gaskill (1885 - 1970) Lewis Daniel Gaskill (1882 - 1945)*
Children: Beulah Irene Berkhimer (1908 - 1967)* Helen Marie Gaskill Jones (1910 - 1998)* Edith E Gaskill Banas (1914 - 2001)* Betty Lou Gaskill MacGregor (rumor she recently died but i cant find confirmation)
August Fischer I see that you already have a memorial for August that predates the one I created. I'll transfer mine and let you determine its final disposition, unless you would prefer that I delete it.
While it's probably not recommended, it might serve as a placeholder for anyone that would otherwise re-create the memorial with the misspelling.
By the way, would you happen to know who are the parents of Pauline Katherine Thaemert Fischer / 117059761?
Delbert duplicate Miriam, I deleted my memorial for Delbert Holdaway. I am not related - you have done a lot of work linking family etc so I'm glad to delete mine. My sister in law had people there in that cemetery - and I just entered in some names I found on a cemetery list. Thanks, Sue
RE: Peter Stueve, Apple Creek Cemetery Thank you Miriam-yes I was forever wondering where gg grandpa Peter was buried-it is hard to accept he and his wife are buried miles apart. it tends to make me wonder the events that bring such misfortune. perhaps petulant thoughts of a mortal being such as I.-It is always good to hear from concerned cousins like yourself knowing we share a strand of dna of these forefathers. hopefully they see our earnest endeavors to know them though they are long gone.keep in touch-Respectfully Ernie Clary