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DMWorrel (#47927235)
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Rosenergers at Salem
I deleted my Charles Rosenberger and transferred Gladys to you. I'm not related, so I was glad to do it for you.
Added by DLSnyder on Mar 01, 2013 4:13 PM
Brett Jones
Knorr plot Genola Cemetery.
Hi, The person buried to the right of Matilda is Margaret Hanson 1890 - 1948. The stone looks to be in the Knorr plot but wasn't 100% sure.
I did take a picture of her stone while I was there. I know you already have one of Matilda's stone that was taken from an angle and I took one that is looking straight down. I posted both of them on William Knorr's listing so you can see them. Let me know if at some point you would like the two pictures deleted from William's page. Brett

Added by Brett Jones on Jan 26, 2013 10:12 AM
Davina Alfont
RE: Emanuel Worrel
Glad you found him David!
Added by Davina Alfont on Jan 26, 2013 9:26 AM
Davina Alfont
RE: Emanuel Worrel
Hi David,
That is great! Hopefully you can find some records for him. Let me know if there is anything I can do to aid in your search! Davina
Added by Davina Alfont on Jan 19, 2013 7:57 PM
Davina Alfont
Emanuel Worrel
Emanuel is not buried in Beech Grove Cemetery with Frank. My source is the Muncie/Delaware County Digital Resource Library. I did find funeral records for three Worrel's but I did not know if they are any relation to you. A Margaret Mary Worrel(this was a baby)17 Sep 1950, parents Harry G & Lucilla Worrel; Patricia Ann Worrel 21 Sep 1950, parent Harry G Worrel (on these two records for Margaret and Patricia, the address is the same for Harry and both girls were cremated);Edythe M. Worrel (23 Apr 1933-11 Aug 1989). And I'll try to have Frank's headstone posted soon.

Added by Davina Alfont on Jan 19, 2013 5:52 PM
RE: John H. Worrel (Private)
I did find out that near Montfaucon France there was a farm called Chaudron.A big battle ensued around their and many Americans were temporarly buried there until after the war.If relatives could not afford to have their loved ones returned to the States,they were permanently interred at Meuse Argonne American Cemetery in Montfaucon.
Added by Mr.Ron on Dec 31, 2012 1:04 PM
RE: John H. Worrel (Private)
So far,the nearest cemetery to where your Grandfather was killed was Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery and Memorial,Romagne-sous-Montfaucon,France.I searched for him but didn't see anything.He may be there.It might be a matter of poor record keeping.Then again some of those killed in WWI were buried where they fell.
I'll try some more ideas or you can send me some.Keep in touch,Ok?
Added by Mr.Ron on Dec 31, 2012 9:58 AM
John H.Worrel
Sometimes Find a grave has overseas sites.Usually I try to get up the city in which someone has listed as to where they died and run the cemeteries.Its time consuming but sometimes you get lucky.I'll continue to experiment!
Added by Mr.Ron on Dec 31, 2012 5:23 AM
John H. Worrel(Private)
Son of Emanuel and Charity Worrel;born 25Sept.1897,Madison Co.Ind.Moved to Muncie in 1904.Glass blower.Entered service 5Sept.1917,Charleston Va.Sent to Camp Lee,Va.assigned to 35th Company,9th Training Battalion,155th Depot Brigade.Transfered to Troops.Overseas in Sept.1918;assigned to Company C,11th Infantry,2nd Division.Killed in action 14 Oct.1918,Montfaucon France.Taken from:Gold Star Honor Roll 1914-1918 Indiana.
Added by Mr.Ron on Dec 30, 2012 8:19 PM
Ralph Satterfield
RE: Charles Rosenberger
You're welcome. Happy to help....
Added by Ralph Satterfield on Sep 10, 2012 3:22 PM
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