|Angela (Pehlke) Scott (#47029099)|
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I mainly research my father's side of the family since my mother is researching her side.|
Paternal Grandparents: Pehlke & Zittel
Their maternal lines: Warnke & Gueltzow
Their sisters married names: Paul, Ziehlsdorff, Grasham, Fredrickson, Henning, and Ashwell.
Mostly from Wisconsin and Minnesota but family is found throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and a sprinkling through a few other states.
Maternal Grandparents: Golden & Newbern
Their maternal lines: Conger & Swilley
Mostly in Georgia
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|bfjkprairiesd||FYI. The F.A.G. Picture & Poem Source|
" Honoring Our Angels" Picture and Poem source.
Dear Ancestor, Your tombstone stands among the rest; Neglected and alone. The name and date are chiseled out, On polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care. It is too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist. You died and I was born. Yet each of us are cells of you. In flesh, in blood, in bone. Our blood contracts and beats a pulse. Entirely not our own. Dear Ancestor, the place you filled
One hundred years ago. Spreads out among the ones you left.
Who would have loved you so.I wonder if you lived and loved. I wonder if you knew, That someday I would find this spot, And come to visit you. Walter Butler Palmer (1868-1932), written in 1906
Member #46915173 no longer has a message link, but this poem was on her Bio with a lovely picture and and the note that the author was unknown. Here is the Author.
|mjshistory||Amelia and Herman Pehlke ?duplicates?|
Both Jim S. and I checked carefully and rechecked when creating our memorials and adding the photos to be sure there were no duplications. Now ours are duplicates? Could it be that the 'earlier' ones were listed as burial unknowns and now moved into the correct cemetery, or under a spelling variation that has since been corrected, or in a different cemetery? I will submit all of them to Find a Grave to review and merge following management review of the history of all of them. Yours have no photos. If I delete them, the grave photos also will go. Better to have the review and merge. It takes about 3 weeks usually for the management people to process.
|Jerry Swain||Patience Golden Hester|
I believe you requested a photo of Patience Hester's grave a while back. I just ran across her under another name and thought maybe you might want to merge your information with the memorial that was created first. The memorial that she is under is Patience Hester Minchew in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Tift County, GA.
Yes, if you look at Russell's gravestone the Fetting family grave stone is behind it at a slight angle to the right. The marker is a large upright pink colored stone.It has Lavina, Millie and her father's name on it.(sorry I can't remember his name)His half sister's Betty and Marilyn are still living. We just had a family reunion down in Buffalo City a week ago. Can I ask how your related to Russell? Are you related through his fathers side?
Added by Lisa on Aug 11, 2013 8:25 PM
I have a genealogy base for the Salois in Montana. Are you related? Ralph DeLange in Montana, member #47284995
If you would like to manage the memorials that I made for Swilley and Newbern in Luke Cemetery, I'd be happy to transfer them to you.
|Jerry Swain||RE: Family Links|
The Newbern links have been made.
|Jacki Bierma||Amanda Lydia Warnke Krentz|
Obit has been added. If this is your family, I would make the transfer.
|Bill Hart||Pearl Holcomb|
Since you have obituaries, do you want me to transfer these memorials to you?
Thanks, Bill Hart
Many thanks for the obit! As a member of the Dunn County Historical Society, I am adding names and information to Dunn County Cemeteries. All added information is wonderful as it is "bread crumbs" for those that follow us! Best thoughts your way!
Added by Aavedt on Aug 06, 2013 1:29 PM
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