|Bob & Nancy Cannon||Elizabeth E. "Kate" Barrett Harper|
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|Jill Kozak||Emmanuel T. Mller|
I'm pretty sure the top picture is William Miller (pictured on the right in the photo of the brothers). Emmanuel had a heavier brow than his brothers.
Please note I have added the accident report from the newspaper. If you would like it removed, please let me know.
Added by Joz on Aug 26, 2015 3:45 PM
Mine are descended from Michael Eiselen, Johan Michael Eiselen, and then the spelling changes to Eisele: Jakob Freidrich I and II, Charles Alfred Freidrich, and then from his daughter Anna Marie and Charles Ferber White. Many of the family are in Northwood Cemetery. They all came from Evangelisch, Groetzingen, Schwarzwaldkreis, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. (That's a mouthful).
There's a Frederick J Eisele in the neighborhood who I have not been able to connect up. And A Frederick Eisele who was a Civil War Vet who is another loose thread.
Thanks for the reply.
Added by Cara on Aug 17, 2015 4:35 PM
Are your Eiseles connected to mine? I cannot find a Richard G. (J Frederick, Caroline Sophia, Ameila Caroline (Emily), Pauline. Charles Frederick, Marion, Anna Marie).
Added by Cara on Aug 05, 2015 5:19 PM
|Robert David Miller||Tobias Miller transfer|
You now have management of his memorial. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Robert David Miller||Williams correction|
Thank You for the correction. I have applied it to her memorial and as is my custom, I gave you credit. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: William Thomas Clark|
You're most welcome. It is my honor. Warm regards.
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||William Thomas Clark|
Just thought I'd drop you a note. I've been photographing Beverly National Cemetery and have found this soldier's marker. I have posted a picture for the memorial you manage. Warm regards.
|Janet LaMotte||Jane Allison|
Thank you for the correction. It makes a big difference in my family history.
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