|Doreen McGowan (#47459042)|
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I live in Oklahoma, where I have been for 23 years. Born in Georgia, raised mostly in Colorado, lived in Spokane, Washington for 5 years. Married to a wonderful husband for 33 years (who also loves genealogy). Our favorite vacation trips always include cemeteries and courthouses! We have three grown children,four grandchildren. Besides genealogy and cemeteries, I enjoy teaching piano lessons and composing/ arranging music, gardening and landscaping, quilting, camping, and reading. |
Surnames I am researching include: Blake, Boise, Burnett, Cargill, Creech, Crouch, Dickinson, Field, Frink, Graham, Hawley, Hickman, Hooper, Hudgens, Johnson, Lake, Long, Mann, Marshall, Northcross, Porter, Powers, Stewart, Thomas, Weaver, White, Williams.
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|Irene Dowling||RE: Minnie (Moller) Faltersack|
The records at the cemetery list her as Faltersack, but since this husband is also buried here, that's what you often see.
|Joy||RE: Lester & Gladys Faltersack|
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure. If you would like me to transfer management of Gladys, feel free to send a transfer request.
Added by Joy on Mar 30, 2015 8:49 PM
Hi!! I have research your question into the children of Fred Faltersack and Mary Antes.
They had nine children altogether. Bernard Faltersack was born in 1902 and died in 1902 therefore would not be seen in any census. Matilda Faltersack was born in 1901 and was married before 1920. She dies in 1933 under the name of Marino. Emma Faltersack is Jessie Faltersack. Sometimes appearing under the name Emma and sometimes under the name of Jessie. I have deleted Emma from any memorials.
Added by Denice on Mar 30, 2015 8:03 PM
Doreen, I found the grave site of Minnie Faltersack, however, she is buried under the name Moller. There are 2 memorials for her, # 32518922 and # 23909144. I added a better photo to 23909144 which you are welcome to use. You should probably request that 32518922 be taken down and ask the owner of 23909144 to update her information.
|MollieD||RE: death date for Darcus Huddleston|
Thanks for pointing that out. I have corrected it.
Added by MollieD on Sep 04, 2014 6:30 PM
|Hopper House||Aaron and Elaine Wood|
Thank you for the photo of the headstone of my cousin Elaine and her husband Aaron Wood. Thank you so much...
|Rebecca Wright||Floyd & Elizabeth Skaggs|
We can't thank you enough for the nice clear photos of Floyd & Elizabeth's grave markers. Your time and efforts are sincerely appreciated.
Rebecca Wright #47388083
|thawley||Isaac & Chester Hawley photo|
I didn't even realize someone had requested these photographs. We were in Northampton for the 2013 Hawley Society reunion, & visited several cemeteries, searching for Hawley graves. If you are a Hawley descendant, I'd love to have your ancestry for the Hawley database on RootsWeb
or contact me at thawley444@Q.com
Added by thawley on Oct 17, 2013 8:25 PM
|Susanne D||Biron at St Boniface|
Today I will post photos from the Biron family plot. There is a record of the burial of Peter Biron d. 1913, but no stone. There are a number of other graves there. If you create the memorials for the following I will post the photos.
Peter Biron d. 1955
Charles Biron Hoffman d. 1918
Bertha Biron Hoffman d. 1924
Thersia Uhrich d.1914
Aloysius Biron d. 1919
Odilia Biron d. 1953
Anna Smith d.1940
Mattie Lehr d. 1948
|Elliott Mason||Marie Carroll Biron|
Photo requests in St. Boniface mostly only get filled if you have plot information, because it's an enormous, densely-filled cemetery that's mostly not shot to Find-A-Grave yet, so any random person going in to shoot 30 graves is not likely to happen across your person by accident.
The Calvary Cemetery office (847-864-3050) has all the St. Boniface information; if you call them during office hours in Central Time they can get you the plot information to put in your request. I've noticed that requests WITH a plot attached usually get filled within a week, because there are several local photographers happy to shoot specific requests there (as well as working on methodically shooting the whole thing, but that will probably take years to complete).
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