|Judy Mannenbach (#47516053)|
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I have been doing genealogical research for about nine years now. The family names I am most interested in are Mannenbach, Retterath, Foertsch, Bleuel, Braun, Freund, Steffen, and Sippel in Wisconsin (the Holyland area), and Hendricks, Boysen, Zessin, McGrath, and Beard in Nebraska and Iowa. Also, Hendricks in the Netherlands and Germany and Free in Alsace Lorraine, France.|
If I manage a memorial for someone that you are more closely related to, please request a transfer if you would like to manage the memorial.
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|Dan Dreifuerst||RE: David Boehnlein|
Judy, I added the grave photo to the other memorial and told Joe Selinski the cemetery location. I deleted my memorial. Do you want to send him an edit for the links?
|Dan Dreifuerst||David Boehnlein|
According to Judy Schmitz's "The Boehnlein Family" book his parents are Alfred Boehnlein (1912-1979) married to Lorraine Korb (1918-?).
Alfred was the son of Nicholaus Boehnlein (1867-1955) and Barbara Vollmer (1871-1943)
|Jon Patzman||RE: Doris and Maxwell Nelson|
Hi they are on the same marker the way you can tell is Doris has the section and plot number on her side.
|Lynette Jones||Thanks for your diligence|
Thanks for checking on accuracy before accepting edits.
|Janet||RE: Pallister Family|
Anna Pallister - No Additional Info
Anthony Pallister - I have census transcriptions and a transcription from a history book.
Clarissa Hillman Pallister - I have transcribed her obituary.
Leon - a couple of census transcriptions
and yes, he was a twin to Leona.
I'm not related but researched a small part because of George & Ann (Alderson) Pallister. Ann Alderson is a sister to my 2nd great grandmother. George & Ann did not emigrate to US but their son, Anthony did.
If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask!
Added by Janet on Jun 01, 2016 11:50 PM
|LLW||RE: Mary and Mathias Kellner|
You are most welcome.
Added by LLW on May 30, 2016 7:07 AM
|Lynette Jones||RE: Lillian Cameron|
I would appreciate you checking because I do have a question that this is her correct husband. The Tyler line are my ancestors.
Here's who I think this is:
1920 census (can't find any of them in 1930 census)
Name: Marie Tyler
Birth Year: abt 1914
Home in 1920: Horicon, Dodge, Wisconsin
Street: Hubbard Street
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Marital Status: Single
Father's name: B*I* Tyler
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's name: Agusta Tyler
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Attended School: Yes
Neighbors: View others on page
B*I* Tyler 41
Agusta Tyler 35
Lillian Tyler 8
Marie Tyler 6
*and Tyler 75
|Betsy Monson||RE: Atkinsons|
Hi Judy: I am guessing that Hattie is with Archie and perhaps Joseph T is their son. They were all next to each other along with the Infant of Jesse and Matilda. Considering the first three all have the same markings on the gravestones I would have to say without knowing the family they are related.
Thanks and if there is anything else I can do, just let me know.
|Betsy Monson||RE: Atkinsons|
Hi Judy: You are most welcome. I also added memorials and posted photos for an Infant Son Atkinson, Hattie, Archie and Joseph T Atkinson. Not sure if you need them or not, but thought I would let you know they are in the Hampton Cemetery as well.
|Elise Parish||RE: NIlssons|
Yes, that would apply to both of them. Forest Lawn has a crematorium which provided service to several funeral homes. The designation CRM means the cremains were returned to the mortuary (and probably then to the family). There is another designation, CRF, which means the cremains were returned to the family. If you know which mortuary handled the arrangements, you might be able to find out more.
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