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I'm researching Bruegger, Halbrook, Huff, Langehennig, Luhrsen, Russo, and anyone else who catches my attention. |
Corrections/Changes: If I've made a mistake or if you just want to correspond, send a message. If you want a source for one of my suggestions, I'll gladly name it if you ask. If you request a correction or change and if I am not a relative, I will probably transfer the memorial to you unless you specify in your request that you don't want it. I don't have as much time for genealogy these days, but that doesn't mean that your requests are not important to me.
Transfers: If it's not a blood relative of mine, or if you are more closely related, I'm happy to transfer.
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Thank you for the transfer of the memorial page for Wayne Grote. I'm not sure how Paul fits into the Grote family. But thanks for the offer. I will let you known when/if I figure it out. Do you happen to remember who he was buried next to? Maybe that will give me a place to start.
Added by chcobe on Aug 20, 2014 9:11 AM
Thank You so very much!!!!!!!!
Added by Glenda on Jun 04, 2014 6:19 AM
|Glenda||RE: Donald Bradshaw|
Yes I would like that very Much!!!!!!
Added by Glenda on Jun 03, 2014 9:01 AM
No she is not. She was married to a Ed Pope for a few years later in her life. Thanks for transferring to me.
Added by Mavis on May 03, 2014 9:48 AM
Sorry, obits were found at www.starbeacon.com this is the ashtabula county newspaper.
Added by RMH on Apr 04, 2014 11:13 AM
It's free and has census, birth, death, WWI & WWII draft cards and social security death index. All items with a camera icon is the actual document. just click search on the first page. Typen in last name and in residence put Ohio. You have to play around some because sometimes the transcriber had a hard time reading the document. Less info gives more results.
I'm not related just took the pictures. I'll transfer them to you.
Added by RMH on Apr 04, 2014 11:10 AM
Born May 7, 1918 in Ishmel, MO; daughter of Samuel Paul and Lula Mylona Martin Breakfield. She and James Paul Halbrook Sr. were married on February 16, 1940 and he passed away on December 19, 2007. Mrs. Halbrook was a homemaker and of the Baptist Faith. Survivors include: sons Roger Hal Brook of Fredericktown; James Halbrook Jr. and William Halbrook Sr. both of Marquand; daughters Lassen of Granite City, IL; Ruth Ann Francis of Fredericktown; sister Cleo Halbrook of Desoto; eleven grandchildren; thirty two great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents, son, Roland Gary Halbrook, daughter Barbara Ann Halbrook, a brother, ten sisters, granddaughter Brandy Halbrook, grandson Robert Halbrook and a great-grandson Dillon Karn.
Added by Mary on Apr 02, 2014 1:58 PM
|Sue||RE: Jerome Parr|
I am not related. I have found allot of Parr family in cemeteries that I took photos in, I did allot of research on them and put in any Parr I find. Thanks
Added by Sue on Mar 06, 2014 2:59 PM
|Susan Fudge-Will||RE: Dolores Phifer|
Thank you so much. I don't need a transfer.
|Keith Piskur||Agnes V Witte #101870084|
Would you be willing to transfer the memorial for Agnes V Witte? She is a distant relative. I have found information about her and would like to update her memorial.
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