|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Bernice Oellerich _ FAG #70685750|
Those that served deserve our honor and respect, God bless them and their families who all sacrifice so much for all of us.
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Margaret Oellerich's Grave|
Hi Clyde, Your mother is still on! She is linked to her parents, and all is well. :) If you go to her parents you will see her memorial and you can click on it from there. Your memorial for Minnie was made after the other one, you should just put your picture and information on the other if you can. Did you see the picture of your mother and her sisters with their dolls, so cute! Luella
|Wilfred Alan Revering||Delbert Christian Rubink|
Thank you for making the changes to their memorial. Have a Great day!
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Ida Bell Abbott|
Thanks, I thought you'd know what was correct! I was only guessing, & some times there are variations between "old" spelling and "new", I find that quite often on stones. Glad we can link them so family is easier to follow when that happens. Luella
|Har37x||RE: Elizabeth & Adolph Ott's Headstone Photos|
Yes, I think I may have a Mary (1828 - 1897) & Matthew (1828 - 1900). They were on the same Block R, lot 8.
Added by Har37x on Feb 17, 2013 5:58 AM
|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Margaret Schnepp|
I hope you'll be able to come visit both cemeteries this year! They're both nice cemeteries. Everything is right now, glad you never had any trouble changing it. If I can help with anything else let me know. Luella
|Luella Hinrichsen||Margaret Schnepp|
Your mother's grave is at Pawnee City & her parents are in Table Rock, like I explained before. Sometimes our memory plays tricks on us I think, if wishes could make it true, we know she would be by her parents that's for sure. If you go to your memorial of her, there is an EDIT for the Cemetery, click on it and where you have Table Rock just backspace and wipe it off, then type in Pawnee City Cemetery, it won't put all of the last word on, but go on to the bottom will be SAVE CHANGES, click it and her cemetery will be the right one then. After you have that done I can just delete mine. You must not of got to come back to see her grave site? She is not by Clemmie, she is by a little boy. I DO NOT think he is even in this cemetery, probably AZ or where he lived at the time he died. I have found no record that he is in Pawnee. Hope this helps resolve this for you, I could get wide angles of where she is and also her parents at Table Rock if I haven't already put that on. I think I just put a close-up of your mother's. Luella
|Dale Russell||Donna Cordon|
Please Link Donna Cordon 96911348 to Matthew Cordon , she was Matthew's Mother and recently died in Chanute, Ks. on Sept. 10, 2012. Thanks. A Family friend, Dale Russell
|Hobo Jim Hinkle||Thank you|
Was so glad to see that my G Grandparents Monuments were on this site. I am trying to visit all my direct lineage ancestors burial sites and add information so I can be contacted by cousins in the future and also add information that will make the name become a person. Jim Hinkle family Historian for over 50 years.
|Hobo Jim Hinkle||Margeret "Maggie" OELLERICH|
History: 1895 August 5 - Johnson County Nebraska Marriage Book __,page __ - Margeret "Maggie" Oellerich and Fred Selle were married at the residence of Mr. Aversman in Johnson County, Nebraska by G. Bergstrener, Pastor.
Census - 1900 - Sheet 10B, ED #157, 12 June, 1900, Missouri, Lafayette County - Dover - Linesw 79-82, Maggie Selle age 26, born abt 1874 in Germany, wife of Fritzi, Married five years, Immigration year 1890. Household members include, Fritzi Selle age 29, Claude Selle age 4 and Edwin Selle age 2/12. Number of years in USA, 10, Immigrated in 1890. Number of years in USA for Fritz, 12, immigrated in 1888. Fritz naturalized citizen and farmer.
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