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daniel cherouvrier (#47474100)
 member for 6 years, 6 months
RE: Family Jonvaux-Wucherpfenig-Noblitt

Thank you for your message, although I am not sure exactly who you are referring to. If you could give me more specific information about a particular memorial or name that would be helpful. I do have a French connection in my family.

Added by Gilly on Jan 18, 2016 4:45 AM

Missouri Duv
Thank you for your message on Pierre Roine, my great, great, great grandfather.. This information fits and you have added information which I did not have. August was his brother, entered through New Orleans.

I appreciate this information.

Added by Missouri Duv on Feb 03, 2015 9:16 PM

Judy H
RE: Elisabeth Palis Vaney
Thank you for the information. I have posted it to her memorial page. I am not related, I just walked that cemetery. There are mostly nuns of the School Sister of Notre Dame. There are just a small group of lay persons buried at this convent cemetery.

Added by Judy H on Nov 10, 2014 1:50 PM

Eileen Bridges
Sorry, I am not connected to the descendants of the Ulmers. I do have a connection a few generations back to a Strohl which may have a connection to them.

Added by Eileen Bridges on Jun 03, 2013 8:41 AM

RE: Jonvaux Photo Request
Ok, I understand now what you want. I went out to the cemetery yesterday and looked at the stone, hoping to be able to read it in person. The inscription is more worn than ever and I had no success being able to read the inscription. I'll study it again sometime when I am out there next.

Added by BjJ on Jan 20, 2013 7:01 AM

Missouri Duv
Dear Sir,
My ancestor was Pierre Roine from Nantes, France I am trying to link him to Jules Edwouard Roine famous artist in the late 1800's
I have a very old lithograph of a building in Nantes France and I found a Roine' who made playing cards (Alouette) The building is decorated with the four deck symbols, Heart, club, spade and diamond - This lithograph is from the mid 1800's and I treasure it.
Again, thank you for honoring M. Cabet.

Added by Missouri Duv on Jan 19, 2013 6:05 PM

Missouri Duv
Etienne Cabet
Thank you for sponsoring Etienne Cabet's Memorial.

Added by Missouri Duv on Jan 19, 2013 5:52 PM

Jonvaux Photo Request
Hi - you requested a photo for Antoine Jonvaus at Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, IL. There are already 2 tombstone photos on this listing so am wondering what else you wanted. If you mistakenly requested a photo, please delete your request. If there is something else you need, please let me know. Thanks.

Added by BjJ on Mar 31, 2011 6:41 AM


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