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I am a completely obsessed amateur genealogist, researching both my and my husband's ancestors and am a huge fan of the findagrave site. I am grateful to all the volunteers out there who help us connect with our past. It is God's work. Thank you!|
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|Sherry||RE: Martin, Sara and Gordon Biehn|
Oh my goodness! I am so glad you wrote to me. For sure you can use the photos! Yes, my husband is one of Gordon's son. I have been so "stuck" trying to follow Martin's line back. I tried looking up Catherine Biehn Roes on Find A Grave, but did not spot her. I have a good bit of info on Martin's parents - but have no idea where they are buried. Martin's father just seems to have "appeared" in the U.S. about the time he married his wife Catherine Thrill. I'm tickled to death to find another Biehn from the line. I'd love to share info with you. You can write me directly if you want - my email address is on my Find A Grave page. Sherry
Added by Sherry on Oct 14, 2014 8:22 AM
|MaryBeth Marcon||RE: search for Treilings|
Thank you for responding - was hoping i could find a link with my great grandfather Frank Adam Treiling. Have met alot of dead ends on my part and get into the genealogy search now and then and it gets to be an addiction - but I keep trying. Yes thanks maybe the death certificate might link him with the Frank Adam Treiling that had died young (as so my grandma first said then changed the story later as i got older and told me he left Adelaide Voss Treiling and remarried and went back to Germany.) Can't find a death certificate or know a year if it happened.
My grandma gave me the "engraved" teacup so i presume Martha thought alot of Adelaide on her 26th birthday in 1880 when she married Frank Treiling. His father was Adam T and mom susan meyer.
Do you have any ancestry search paperwork for the treiling side beside the death certificate, please send it to me or mail to my home:
484 Emory Rd
Mineola, NY 11501
There are alot of Treilings in NY state and i have a cousin in NJ that would like a mystery solved! Thank you and appreciate your help, be well!
|MaryBeth Marcon||search for Treilings|
Where do i begin? Trying to find in what way Frank Treiling (NJ) is related to my great grandfather Frank Adam Treiling in NYC who married Adelheid Voss in 1880 had a son Frank in 1883.
I have been handed down a beautiful cup that Martha Treiling gave to Adelheid on her 28th happy birthday wishes in german!
My mom's maiden name is Helen Treiling. Remember her mom Helen talk about visiting the "Sandwich King in Jersey City" an uncle Charlie? i think.
|Bruce Speck||RE: Ruhl|
Thanks for the offer, but as far as I know, all of my Ruhl family connections are located in Lebanon, Dauphin and Berks County, Pennsylvania.
|Roibeard53||RE: Ruth Barlow|
You're very welcome. Glad to do it.
|Robert Doughty||Stanley Modzelewski|
You are doing a fantastic job with the Hodgkiss genealogy. I hope we'll be able to add a few tidbits in the future. Reviewing the birth of Stanley, his stone says February 16, 1916 yet the data line in Fund-a-Grave says February 20, 1916. Has the stone been engraved incorrectly?
Bob & Jan Doughty, Seattle, Washington
|Barbara Schaffer||Norman M. Hotchkiss|
Hi, you are correct ~ his name is Norman not Herman. Thanks for letting me know :)
|john filozof||John Donnelly|
You Got Him
|Rosemary Robbins||RE: Phyllis and Charles Balbach|
You are most welcome. Glad I could be of help.
|Ron Meyers||RE: Mary Keefe Hodgkiss|
I'm glad I could help. I hate when the grave is unmarked, but there's so many in HNC. If there's any others you want me to photograph just LMK...Ron
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