|Jana Marie Lashmit (#47372371)|
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John E. and Shirley J. (Burkhart) Lashmit.
Jonas B. and Ruth E. (Snider) Burkhart
George F. Lashmit and Rose T. (Lechowicz) Lashmit
Am so glad I came across this site. It has lead me to relatives I never see or knew about, new friends and many I will never see.
I recommend everyone to get involved in genealogy as you will be amazed at what you can find about your roots and where it will lead you. It is a history lesson in itself..
To my cousin's Maurice and Kay, I am very thankful to have found you. You have been a tremendous help with our family history and I am very grateful.
I am also very interested in my Mother's side of the family. The Mennonite's and our distant Amish families. I am very intrigued in their ways and lifestyles.
Would love to find more about our Polish root's. I have very little information regarding my paternal grandmother's family: Rose Theresa Lechowicz. All the searches I have made become road blocks. Possibly due to the uprisings, wars etc., I am thinking maybe many of the documents were destroyed?
Same with our "Dutch" roots, the Alder's. Henry being my 2nd great grandfather and his brother John my great grand uncle. From Netherlands/Holland and lived in Kent County, Michigan.
Surnames I am interested in are:
My Father's side:
De La Chaumette, DeLashmutt, DeLashmut, DeLashmitt, DeLashmit, DeLashmett, DeLashmet, Lashmit, Lashmitt, Lashmett, Lashmet, Lashmutt, Lechowicz, Wiklanski, Gibes, Kozinksi, Alders, Rominger, Stuart (Stewart), Padgett, Nelson, Palazy, Zulkiewski (Zulski)...
My Mother's side:
Burkhart (Burckhart, Burkhard, Burckhard, Burkhardt) Snider (Snyder, Schneider) Brubacher (Brubaker, Brubacker, Bruppacher) Eby, Lehman, Gehman, Bontrager, Weber, Weaver, Detweiler, Gingrich & Gingerich, Wenger, Sherk, Gerber, Hostetter, Herr, Yoder, Bauman/Bowman, Martin, Good/Gut, Hershey (Yes I am distant cousin of "Milton Snavely Hershey")...
Would love to hear from more relatives!!
Last of all, if you don't see certain information on a memorial or an obit that doesn't show certain living relatives, it is because of privacy laws. Unless I have your permission I cannot add your name.
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Thank you for adding my great grandfather to this site. He left behind many children when he passed, one of which was my grandmother Frances. He immigrated to the USA and worked as a lumberjack in the great woods of Northern Michican, where he had the fatal accident.
|Make Me A Taco||Find A Grave Memorial# 8656788|
I have added some family history to this Memorial.
I am a cousin to him through his wife' family. I was surprised that no one seemed to know that the Sobleski family is descended from the Sobieski Family of Poland. But to be fair must of the family from Poland did not speak English the fist Generation here. Some spoke Russian others German and a few Polish. As you probably knew it was literally illegal to speak, read or write in the Polish language during the Russian occupation of Poland. It was also dangerous to be known as szlachta for many generations due to the Political reprisal factors when the peasants revolted after being paid to do so by the Germans and Russians. I guess I spend too much time doing this, but I saw it immediately. Please accept the edits that I have sent to you. They are all from church records in Poland. I have attached the citations but not the actual Parish documents. Have a excellent day.
Julia Kruskie Kuberski
|Monika Kawka||Family from Poland|
Hello Jane Marie,
My mother Elisabeth found your profile on this webside when she was looking for her Father's family roots. We know that Katherine Gibes and Kazimierz Anioł had three children: Sophia Wróbel, Jan Anioł and Aniela Sierleczko. Jan Anioł was my mother's great grandfather. If you want I would like to make contact with you and give you more informations about your family from Poland.
This is my e-mail: email@example.com
Monika and Elisabeth
Please review her memorial. The obit is now under the bio and it would be good of you to delete it under photos. If you have a photo of her, it would add much to the memorial page. Thank you!
Added by Aavedt on Oct 02, 2016 8:24 AM
With respect I think Mary V Spencley Gwilt is the same person as Mary Violet Spencley Chase-Gwilt. Both buried in Lakeview Cemetery in Mackinaw City Michigan.
|JoMae Brintnall Ruth||Find A Grave Memorial# 16159532|
Are you a descendant of Cora V Fox. I saw that you added an obit to this memorial.
You mentioned Edwin and Lasena Slocum.
I am a descendant of Edwin Slocums and would like to connect.
|Petoskey History||Hope you are well!|
Hope you are well. Write when you can. Miss you! Hugs.
|Tom Glowacki||Hartley George White & Ida Gaumer|
I see you created Find A Grave records for Hartley & Ida. As a FYI you might want to add that they are buried in the Old Section of the cemetery in Lot 500.
Tom Glowacki Hollister, CA
|Elfi Meister||Francisca "Frances" Meister Hoffman|
Hello Jana, thank you so much for your work!
I'm a Meister relative from Germany.
The birthday of Francisca Rom Meister is 12 Sep 1963, born in Piendling, near Roding, Bavaria, Germany (I have a copy of her birth from the archives in Regensburg). Parents: Georg Meister and Magdalena Haberl.
She immigrated 19 May 1873 together with her uncle Peter Meister (1845-1931) (who married Anna Maria Helmberger in 1879)to Petoskey, Emmet, MI.
She married Mathias Hoffmann 19 Feb 1882, Emmet, MI.
-Barbara Frances Hoffmann (1887-1888)
-Francisca Ann Hoffmann (1892-1902)
-Johann Mathias Hoffmann (1893-)
-Margarita Barbara Hoffmann (1896-)
-Francis Joseph Hoffmann (1904-1958)
-Theodore Emil Hoffmann
-Mathias Jr. Hoffmann
She lived 1880 and 1900 in Bear Creek, MI and 1910 in Granville, Platte, Nebraska.
Regards from Bavaria, Germany!
P.S.: if any relative is interested in more Meister information, let a message at Anton Meister
I will pass by from time to time.
|Martha Diehl||Lechowicz Family|
Mary Lechowicz was my grandmother. What ship did your great-grandfather sail on to the U.S.?
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