|Cindy Menze Gregorius||Video|
Thank you, thank you for the beautiful video! That is certainly a treasure!
Could I post the video and photos in Ancestry.com?
I have pictures of these people, but the video is just so much more revealing. I would love to show these to some of the people still in Ottertail!
|Zella||RE: George Washington Stone|
If he was under the North Street Bridge then he must have fallen in lock 14. The depth of water in those locks was only about 3-4 feet, but a lot of people did drown in them, including many adults. Usually at night with alcohol being involved. The remains of many of the locks are still there although they are dry or partially so. Are you in the Akron area?
Added by Zella on Sep 22, 2014 4:57 PM
|Zella||George Washington Stone|
I went to the library today, and among other things, intended to get a copy of the article about George W. Stone's death. According to the index book, the article was in the April 25, 1881 issue, page 4, column 4. However, the paper was a weekly in those days, and there was an April 20 and April 27 issue, but none dated April 25. I looked thru the April 27 issue, but could find nothing; furthermore, page 4 was always devoted to international news. I also checked the first May issue, but found nothing there either. I have no idea where the indexer saw the entry. :(
Added by Zella on Sep 20, 2014 2:51 PM
|Beth Bush||Wain - Crown Hill Cemetery|
I would be happy to take photos of Wain's stone at Crown Hill Cemetery but I need the section number. Please contact cemetery for this information and forward to me (330-425-8128).
|Mary Ann Fisher-Procopio||RE: Florence Wain|
Florence's husband's grandmother (Margaret Ann Hall Wain Williams) and my great grandmother (Sarah Hall Hogan) were sisters. A while back you shared pictures and information with me on ancestry.com. I looked and do not know the plot they are buried in. I'll try and find out that information for you. Thank you so much for your offer to take a photo of their tombstone. It would be an added addition to my tree.
|Cindy Menze Gregorius||RE: Helene Rastedt|
I tried to link Helene and Helen, but I don't have Helen's site, so I can't do it.
Loved the photos!
Fred Rastedt married Annie Ohlrogge, who was my grandmother (Erna's) sister. My dad was Verlin Menze. Did you ever meet him?
|Zella||RE: Perry Hartz|
Death certificate says "la grippe and carbuncle" - with Brights Disease as contributory. I will email you a copy.
Ohio Death certificates are available 1909-1953 for free on Familysearch.org.
Added by Zella on Feb 02, 2013 6:09 PM
|absintheminded||RE: Robert headstone|
The only ones listed on that lot are for;
Stella M. Stone date of death 1-1-19 age 6m cause of death - Marasnuis
Baby Stone date of death 8-7-22 stillborn
Baby Stone date of death 4-21-23 stillborn
Herbert Stone date of death 9-16-30 6m cause of death = Dysentery
Charles M. Stone date of death 12-15-53 age 60 cause of death Myocarditis
The only headstones on this lot is for Emma and Melvin, there is no other Melvin listed.
I contacted the cemetery office, and am sorry to report that there is no headstone for Robert David Stone. He is between Emma and Melvin.
However, I do know his date of death was 4/26/36
78 years old
cause of death - Fractured neck
Emma Stone date of death 6-18-16
47 years old
cause of death - apoplexy
Melvin Stone date of death 4-25-45
16 years old
cause of death - intracranial hemmorage
All are in Section 27 lot 91 S 1/2
|absintheminded||regarding Robert David Stone|
The stone was not near Emma's, I will asked the cemetery office if he is buried in Glendale and where.
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