|Pieter Manny (#47923295)|
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|I have been researching the following families since the early 1980s. Mostly the Many, Maney, Manny, Manney and the Jerome & Bowe families and related persons. |
I enjoy seeking the photos and paper proof of my relations.
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|Gordon98||RE: Management Transfer Request|
George W Dunston 104646451
Sorry about the wrong number.
Added by Gordon98 on Jan 18, 2014 6:32 PM
I'm working on the family history of Alvin Shipman. He did not die in 1867 , but in 1858 when he was 10 days short of being 74. The tombstone says he was 74. Looks like the dates were almost worn off, so it looked like 1867.
The proof I have for this is at
especially in a copy of an 1861 letter that says the writer (John Shipman)'s father Alvin had died in 1858.
Alvin's # is - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=95352350&PIpi=67625014
Added by Nancy on Jul 08, 2013 7:22 PM
|kentuckywoman2||Thanks for the photo!|
Thank you so much for the headstone photo of Arla Sime! I appreciate your volunteerism; it's a big help to those of us who live so far away. :-)
|Andrew Daft||RE: Robert & Marie Barlow|
Thank you very much!
|Andrew Daft||Robert & Marie Barlow|
May I have permission to add the photos you took for these memorials to my Ancestry.com tree? I would credit you, of course. If not, there's no need to respond, I don't add any photos without permission.
Thank you for your quick response to my requests for the Kralls. Great work and greatly appreciated.
Added by Peter on Jun 02, 2013 5:13 PM
|janealogy50||Thank you kindly,|
Pieter, for transferring the Mongoven memorials in the Calvary Cemetery at Chippewa Falls to me. It's very fitting this Memorial Day weekend. I promise to care for them well.
|Bobbi and Giselle||Sorrentino|
Thank you so much for going out and getting this photo for me. Have a good day!
|janealogy50||Mongoven Graves at Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin|
I can't begin to thank you enough for the lovely photos of my great-uncle Frank Mongoven's grave, and that of his son, Francis Jr. Frank, an electrician at a power plant in St. Cloud, Minnesota, died tragically in 1940 when he touched a live wire conducting 32,000 volts. His baby had died the previous year, and his widow, Marie Elizabeth (Blaeser) Mongoven, went back with her two young daughters to her girlhood home near Chippewa Falls. Thank you for taking your time to photograph the gravesites and to honor them. You are appreciated.
|Mike||RE: Anastasia Gervais Jerome|
I wrote to you via your email address posted on your profile. Hope you got it. If not, write to me at my email address posted on my profile. Enjoyed hearing from you. Mike
Added by Mike on Mar 25, 2013 8:28 PM
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