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I've been researching my families' genealogy for over 30 years. I've also researched my husband's family, friends' families and try to help others in their search. I compulsively read obituary notices (even though there is no one I know) and love to visit old cemeteries and read the stones, so this is the next logical step.|
Please submit requests and corrections to memorials I maintain via the "Suggest A Correction" tab. I only transfer memorials within FAG guidelines ("our family" is not part of the guidelines) but am more than happy to do any and all corrections and updates. I do not add links on my memorials to "burial unknowns".
Please do not add scans of obituaries as photos. Send them to me and I will transcribe them into their proper place in the bio section of the memorial.
I have entered a lot of memorials but haven't been able to go back and add additional information and links as I would like. However, that doesn't mean I'm not interested. I am gradually adding information but I have a very busy life outside of Findagrave. I welcome all information and try to respond to Suggest A Corrections promptly.
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|Anne1950||Leah Loos Painter # 57977445|
The father of Leah Loos Painter is Johannes Loos not Johan George Loos his brother.
Leah is the sister of my great grandmother Magdalena Loos Painter. Leah and Magdalena married brothers. Robert Painter died during the civil war, leaving Leah a widow.
Joseph Painter married Magdalena Loos.
Added by Anne1950 on Dec 31, 2016 2:34 PM
|Charlie Eppinger||RE: Hi Charlie!|
Hope to see you in the spring, that would be great.
Please email or call when you get a chance.
|Charlie Eppinger||My father|
Thank you for all your work on our families.
|Theresa Brown||Sarah Ross White|
What relation are you to Sarah? She is my great Aunt.
Could you transfer him back to me...I transferred him to you by mistake. sorry
Added by Jett on Oct 29, 2016 9:49 PM
|Jett||Marena Wills Storie|
Kim...we have a mystery....two ladies with very, very similar data.
or is it the same person...
I found an obit for Marena Wills Clemens Storie.
She lived in Sioux Co, Iowa, then moved to South Dakota..which is an adjoining county...just crosses a state line.
Do you have any info to indicate that her remains were moved to Wisconsin after her initial burial in South Dakota.
It would make more sense if her husband Wm Storie
was buried there, but I'm not finding a record of that in Columbia Co, Wisconsin. I do have 2 different Wm Storie/Story in the Canton,SD area. The one in the same cemetery,but his dates don't jive and the other, there isn't any data, just a record from a WPA record.
I've only done internet research. I live about an hour from Canton and could research for obits locally.. are you near Lodi, Wisconsin? Any interest in helping with the mystery?
Marena Wills Storie
Find A Grave Memorial# 171766115
Jun. 29, 1924
South Dakota, USA [Edit Dates]
Storie,Marene (Mrs. Wm.) 1862-1924
STORIE, WILLS, CLEMENS
Posted By: Mary Lou Verburg (email)
Date: 11/23/2013 at 13:53:43
Born Spril 1862 Hazel Green, Wisc.
Died June 29, 1924 Canton, South Dakota
Mrs. Wm. Storie, a former resident of Hawarden, passed away last Thursday at her home at Canton, following a lingering illness which dates back to November. However, she had been up around until about three months ago, since which time she was confined to her bed.
Marene Wills was the fifth daughter of a family of thirteen chldren and was born in April , 1862, at Hazel Green, Wis., and died June 26, 1924, being some past 62 years old at the time of her death. When a young girl she united with the Methodist Church at Hazel Green, Wis. She was united in marriage with Albert Clemens in 1878 and one son, Albert, was born to them. Her husband passed away in 1881 and following his death she came to Hawarden and lived with her sister, Mrs. W. T. McPherson, so well known by many of the older residents of this city. In 1896 she married William Storie at Cuba City, Wis., and for a number of years they made their home in this city. From here they moved to Canton. Besides her husband she is survived by one son, Albert Clemens of Sheldon, seven sisters, Mrs. Mary Eddy, Mrs. Katherine Eddy, Mrs. Elizabeth Clemens and Mrs. Susan Willey all of Cuba City Wis., Mrs. Jesepha McPherson of Hawarden, Mrs. Emma Nelson of Missouri Valley, Iowa, and Mrs. Hannah Wilson of Butte, Nebraska, and three brothers, William Wills of Butte, Ne., and John and Grant Wills of Platteville, Wis.
Funeral services were held at the home at Canton at 2:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon and she was laid to rest at Forest Hill Cemetery at Canton, South Dakota/Lincoln County.
Source: Hawarden Independent Junly 3, 1924
#67409169 Marena Storie may be the same person, but unsure why her grave would have been relocated.
Added by Jett on Oct 25, 2016 8:49 PM
|Tara||RE: re Musmerci in St. Peters|
Added by Tara on Oct 08, 2016 7:00 AM
|Tara||RE: Musmerci photo at St. Peters|
HI Kim, I'm not sure how to add it!
Added by Tara on Oct 07, 2016 6:44 PM
|Kaitlyn||Stillborn Male Culver|
Hi Kim! My suggestion of "Stillborn Male" was not meant to be the name for Boy Culver. I should have made myself more clear--I'm so sorry for the confusion!
Added by Kaitlyn on Sep 30, 2016 11:54 AM
|Darlene Mcqueen||RE: Arnold E. McQueen|
Arnold D McQueen
I have my ancestry back on the McQueen side to 1738. There are no uncles or first cousins with Arnold D.
Only my father Arnold Eugene McQueen.
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