|Jan Dahlquist (#47234381)|
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I'm a retired registered nurse and zoo docent.|
Have been really into genealogy these past several years. Most of the ancesters came to the US mid to late 1800's.
I'm now living in Dallas Georgia (Paulding County).
I really appreciate all the help others have given me and would like to pay it forward by helping others.
Please feel free to use any information or photos as you wish, anywhere.
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|Tom McManus||RE: Weston Stow|
You are very welcome!
|FindFamilyTrees||Henry & Caroline Straub children|
P.S. Here's one of Henry & Caroline Straub's 8 children; only 4 survived childhood.
Karl J.T. Straub
Find A Grave Memorial# 94997787
Their other children I have are (from the 1880 Census):
Daughter Marry Straub 6
Daughter Alida Straub 5
Daughter Louisa Straub 3
Then two more children in the 1900 Census:
Daughter Anna E Straub age 15 Jun 1884 in Illinois
Son Henry M Straub age 13 born Sep 1886 in Illinois
I haven't pursued data on the Straub children beyond this. The Straub line is not central to my tree.
|FindFamilyTrees||Elizabeth Sophia Lahmberg Annacker|
Hi. Jan, Trying to find more data on Elizabeth. Maybe we can help each other. Her profile:
I have Elizabeth born in about 1814 in Hanover, Germany. (She was age 66 in 1880 Census. Hanover is on many docs.)
I have Conradine "Dina" Annacker as another daughter; Elizabeth is "mother-in-law" with that family in 1880 Census; head of household Dina's husband Julius Sander.
(Dina's maiden name has been reported as both Annacker (Anneker) and/or Burghoff. Confusing family.)
Where did you find that Elizabeth's maiden name was Lahmberg? Do you have info on her parents?
I also did not know her middle name was Sophia (although there are Sophias among descendants, so it makes sense.) Where did you find that please?
How did you confirm that Elizabeth's husband was named Heinrich (Henry)? Any data on that?
I have the ship's passenger record for Caroline (born Carolina); she immigrated from Germany to NY with Julius and Dina (Conradine) and their eldest child Sophia.
Please email me at Leslie@FindFamilyTrees.com if you have attachments.
Thank you!!! Leslie
|Vonna||RE: Joseph Dean Hobbs 1955-1997|
Super! Glad I could help Jan. Thanks! Vonna
Added by Vonna on Feb 20, 2017 2:38 PM
|Vonna||RE: Joseph Dean Hobbs 1955-1997|
Jan, I am sorry, I don't know. I usually explain when I decline. If you can just check his memorial and see if it is correct. Maybe resubmit if you see what is wrong. Thank you for your help! Vonna
Added by Vonna on Feb 20, 2017 12:35 PM
|HistorySeeker||RE: Old Good Hope Cemetery|
From what I did find on Lucinda Harrell. It says she was the mother of 10, 5 or 6 of whom died in infancy. I would imagine they are the children listed and that is why records have been difficult to find.
|Frogman||RE: Richard Schrom|
Added by Frogman on Feb 07, 2017 6:07 PM
|Richard Boyer||RE: John A Hiller|
I have that the cemetery is administered by St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church Corp., 418 Maxwell Dr., Pittsburgh 15236, phone 412-884-3232. It is actually Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of the South Hills. Not sure if that is still valid, give it a try. The note I have says contact the church secretary on Mondays or Tuesdays.
|Richard Boyer||RE: Marie Seiferth|
Actually very little snow this year, but today temps below freezing.
Thank you for the information regard Fielder Hardman's mother. You mentioned that you were not sure where I got the information that his mother's name was Lula. She is shown as the mother of Fielder and his two brothers, William and Charles, on the 1900 U.S. Census. I am not a family member, so am only going by what I read on the census. Perhaps Frances was the biological mother, then died, and he married Lula who should have been identified on the census as a stepmother, but was inaccurately listed as the mother.
Added by Essex on Feb 02, 2017 2:43 PM
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