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Trying to Tie Annie Hayes Conn to Parents and
believe that this is her Mother. In US Census 1870.
There is a James Hayes and Kate Hayes Which I think is Catherine Hayes. List children Mary Hayes, Harvy Hayes, Bridget Hayes Which I think is
Annie Hayes,and a younger brother Martin Hayes.
And some of these tie to Dorr Plot in Cemetery.
Any help would be appreciated.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Chuck on Dec 17, 2014 5:05 PM
|Bill Haseltine||Hazelton - Photo's|
Thank You for all the Photos, Chester, May, Marjorie, and Chester. Very much Appreciated!
Find A Grave # 47181122
|elsavorwerk||Weis/Weiler, Hillside Cemetery|
Thanks a million, Leslie, for adding the Weis/Weiler photos the their Hillside memorials! Wishing you a blessed holiday, ~ Elsa
|nancy robison||Walter P McMartin|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to photograph Walter's headstone. I really appreciate it.
Looking for James Hayes and burial site for Him and his wife which I think is Margret Hayes.
They would be my great, great grandparents I think..
They had a daughter who was Annie Hayes and Married Washington Conn in Mn. which are my great grand Parents.
Added by Chuck on Dec 06, 2014 12:30 PM
I thank you for the photo of my ggg grandfather's grave site, Xavier Rebholz, in St. Anthony's Cemetery in Minneapolis. Unfortunately, Xavier is my "brick wall". However, what concerns me is that his wife, Mary Gerger Rebholz is listed as having an unmarked grave. How can Xavier's be so grand and hers unknown? If you have any info on this I would love to know. My email is email@example.com. Sincerely, Joseph Anthony Rebholz III.
My grandfather was Joseph Anthony II, his father was Joseph Anthony I, and his father was Xavier.
|Nancy Dahlstrom||Carole Margaret Schumm 1934-1937|
I want to thank you for finding our cousins stone.We had been to Hillside cemetery five years ago and tried to fine her and were told that she was probably buried in a paupers grave and there would be no headstone and no record.We found that so sad and had a hard time believing that was true, she died of a broken neck from a fall down three steps and was misdiagnosed by doctors at three years old. We are so grateful to know, thanks to you,that it wasn't true. Her cousins Nancy and Barbara
|JosMorn||RE: John and Nicy Darling|
Happy to help! I was working on a separate project but took a glance to see if there were any requests. I almost didn't find yours! The face was mossy but Nicy's name stuck out (somewhat) and is distinctive enough that it caused me to pause. If you have any photos of the two, I encourage you to post them to the memorials.
Added by JosMorn on Oct 11, 2014 4:03 PM
|John Bracchi||RE: Joseph Menard|
Here's the web page with lots of articles in French and English about Joseph Menard. Browse away.
|John Bracchi||RE: Joseph Menard|
Got poking around for answers to your questions. Yesterday I noticed that the newspaper article you posted was dated 30 July and said Joseph died yesterday (the 29th). His headstone says 2 July. Found other obits saying he died 29 July (one in French, one in English). That's also what it says in the History of Hennepin County, 1894. My choice for his middle name has changed. The info I found earlier is that he had a son who was a Jr. (or something) so I inferred that Joseph's middle name was the same and his son Joseph Alfred. Turns out that he has another son, Joseph Louis IV and so Joseph seem to be Joseph Louis Menard III.
Here's a website with his family tree, showing that he is a III: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/70704853/person/36225246124?ssrc=
Don't know if I can attach the article, but I'll try. Nope. Can't. It tells where he and Aurelia were born, St. Ours, Richelieu. Quebec, Canada. Don't have your private email so I can't attach things.
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