|John A Senn (#47879264)|
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|researching Senn, Bongers, Weis, Gilmore, Faber, Keeler, Graney, Moehn, Ennis.|
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|Mae||91051072 Dr. Bongers|
Dr. Bongers is not interred in the Hanover City Cemetery. His stone (along with his wife) is in the St. John's Cemetery which is also in Hanover. (I'm from Hanover; he was my doctor).
I have twice requested through SAC to have the memorial moved to the correct cemetery. So I thought I'd try leaving a message in the hope that this can be corrected.
I have finally made a duplicate in the St. John's Cemetery and will remove it when the earlier memorial of which you are now the manager is moved to St. John's.
Added by Mae on Jul 11, 2016 7:28 AM
|John West||Carr, Nancy Meenam (1824-18?)|
You've put up quite a few memorials of my ancestors. Thanks! I came across your record for Nancy (Meenam) Carr and just wanted to give you an update re: her death date. I have her on the 1885 Iowa State Census living with her children Susan, Mary, Catherine and Charles.
If/when I find more info I'll pass it along...
|Maurice Roefs||Dutch family Bongers II|
I made a mistake, our common ancestor dates from 1774 (and not 1798).
In the meantime I did some research in the digital Dutch archives and have found the birth certificate of Theodora Lammers (1828), the wedding date of Antoon Faber x Anna Hegeman (1854). He was a widower at that time, so it was his 2nd marriage.
Just let me know if you are interested!