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|Michal Holcomb||RE: Minnie Mithelman|
You are3 absolutely correct. I screwed up. listed are Theodores' sibs not hers.
the only sib that I have for her is:
Friedrich "Fritz" Johann Christian TOPPE
if you could make the change for me, or should I send in a new bio?
|Terri Koch||RE: Thomas Hotchkiss|
I know from family Bible records and family stores that Thomas Hotchkiss was buried i Wheatland Co., New York, however, I have been unable to discover in which cemetery or where. His wife, Lucy
( Stinoff ) Hotchkiss moved to Hastings, Barry County, Michigan with her son , James W. Hotchkiss. Her daughter Sarah had married a Nicholas Groce, they divorced and Sarah also moved to Hastings, Barry County, Michigan where she met and married Samuel Law. Sarah and Samuel moved to Iowa and are buried at Hazlewood Cemetery in Grinnell, Iowa. Lucy died in Hastings, Barry County, Michigan Feb. 22, 1875 and is buried at Riverside Cemetery there. James and his wife, Cynthia Tent`Hotchkiss divorced and Cynthia is buried in Highland View Cemetery in Mecosta, Michigan. After Cynthia`s death, James moved to Grinnell, Iowa, where he is as well buried. However, Hazlewood cemetery states they cannot find any records of James being buried there, yet the mi8litary sent his headstone here. If you need or want further information, please feel free to contact me.
I have added Myrtle to Find A Grave, but was unable to find anything on her death date. Also attached to her parents.
Added by DMD on Sep 23, 2014 6:52 PM
|None to be forgotten||John McKeag|
Please see memorial 74783299. I believe this is the same person HOWEVER I have him buried in a different cemetery. Even though my memorial was created first, I am willing to delete it since the other one has so much linked to it BUT we should make sure he is listed in the correct cemetery. Thanks - None to be Fogotten
|CheriMichele||William Carroll Warren|
I think we do have the same William C Warren..Please review the following information, I can provide documents if required. I think you will come to the same conclusion.
William Carroll Warren was my great great great grandfather. According to 1850 and 1870 federal census reports he was born in Tennessee about 1821. The date of birth is also documented in his service records.
William married Cornelia Lenard Ayers in 1845 in Morgan County, Illinois. He moved his family to Iowa in 1852.
Their children follow:
Mary Louisa Warren (my line) 1850 FCR
Julia Abigail Warren 1850 FCR
Cornelia Ellen Warren 1850 FCR
1852 – 1913
James Monroe Warren 1870 FCR
1855 – 1936
Margaret Helen Warren 1870 FCR
Carroll Sylvester Warren 1870 FCR
I have documents supporting these relationships and the marriage of each child (so on and so forth).
William Carroll Warren enlisted in Company G, Iowa 22nd Infantry on August 26, 1862 and mustered out on 10 Jan 1864 at Davenport, Iowa.
William C Warren applied for invalid pension 29 Feb 1864.
Widow's pension was applied for by Cornelia L Warren in 1885 after William's death.
Please let me know if you need any additional assistance.
Best Regards, Cheri Holsinger-Brown
|Paul Rolfe||Matilda Fleck|
In case you are interested, husband Joseph is buried beside her (Find A Grave #134000089). I created a memorial for him and will transfer it if you want it. I am not related. These are the only two Fleck graves in this cemetery.
|William Rogers||Gove, James, Williams, Gericke|
I am waiting on several more links to be made on these families. I have sent others some edits and links but they weren't as quick as you. Stay tuned.
|William Rogers||Link & Edits|
Just a note to thank you for all your help!!
|Kim Haukoos||Wallace and Keefe|
I have made the updates you have requested, and a little research. I have request the obit to be placed with Mary Keefe, and was able to place Charles Wallace's obit with his memorial. Kim
Publication: Fort Dodge Messenger
Date: September 19, 1905
MRS. KEEFE' S FUNERAL MONDAY
SERVICES WERE HELD AT SACRED HEART CHURCH
Many Out of Town Relatives and Friends Were In Attendance at Funeral.
The funeral of the late Mrs. James Keefe took place on Monday forenoon at 10:30 from the family residence at 1618 Fifth avenue south, thence to Sacred Heart church. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Father Heelan and the Ave Maria was beautifully sung by Mrs. James Coates of Sioux City.
The pallbearers were William Nicholson and James Keefe of Sioux City, H. Toohey and P. J. Toohey of Storm
Lake, G. W. McDonald, and Con Tieriey. The Forester Ladies of which order deceased was a member, attended
the funeral in a body.
Following is a list of out of town relatives and friends who attended the funeral. They all returned to their homes today:
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch, of Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Sherlock; Mr. and Mrs. T. Higgins
and Mrs. Patrick Naley of Emmetsburg, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. James Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. James Coates, Miss Mayme McKenna, Miss Lizzie Nicholson of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Keefe, Mrs.
James Lynch, Miss Sadie Lynch, Miss Hannah Keefe of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Toohey, Mrs. Elizabeth Toohey, Mrs. C. Toohey, Mr. Michael Toohey, Mr. and Mrs. H. Toohey, Mrs. Joseph Hopkins, Mrs. J. McKenna, Mrs. John O'Boyle, Mrs. Patrick Brown of Storm Lake, Iowa, Mrs. Elscheid of Freeport, Illinois: Mrs. James Toohey of Duncombe, Mrs. Staines of Humboldt, Mrs. Darby Foley of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lynch of Lehigh; Mr. John Lynch of Gypsum.
Humboldt Independent May 27, 1967 (page 5)
Charles Wallace, age 71, a well-known insurance and real estate broker at Gilmore City,Iowa, passed away Wednesday afternoon, May 17, 1967, at University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, following an extended illness.
He was the son of Samuel and Mary Ellen McClarney Wallace and was born in Gilmore City August 23. 1895. He attended the Gilmore City elementary and high school.
During World War I, he enlisted in the United States Army and served overseas in France with the infantry, in the 34th Division. On April 14. 1921, he was united in marriage to Sarah Keefe at Ft. Dodge, Iowa, and to this union were born three children, Richard C. Wallace of Palatine. Ill.; Mrs. Robert D. (Bette Jeanne) Smith of Grinnell, Ia.; and Thomas J. Wallace of Iowa City, Ia.
Mr. Wallace was a lifelong resident of Gilmore City. He was a member of St. John's Catholic Church in Gilmore City and a charter member of the Hartnett-Johnson American Legion Post in Gilmore City. He had been prominent in many civic responsibilities in Gilmore City.
He is survived by his widow, Sarah; his three children; 13 grandchildren; one brother, George Wallace of LaHabra,
Calif,; and two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Grayce) Dunker of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Vance (Miriam) Stubbs of Pleasantville, Ia. He was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters, as well as his parents.
Requiem High Mass for Charles Wallace was held at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 20, at St. John's Catholic Church, with the
Rev. John F. Cain, pastor of the Gilmore City church, officiating. Pallbearers were, Harry Hamersly, E. W. Hinrich, Victor Halligan, Howard Hogan. Bernard Shimon, and O. Dale Smith. Burial was made in Marble Valley Cemetery, Gilmore City, with American Legion graveside rites conducted by members of Hartnett-Johnson American Legion Post No. 239 in Gilmore City.
Rosary was recited at 8p.m. Friday at the Schellhamnter Funeral Home in Gilmore City.
Transcribed by; Kim Lowrey Murphy Haukoos
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