|norma lewless (#47902620)|
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I have been working on my family history for 25 years. All of my ancestors are of German descent. The majority settled in Saginaw, Sebewaing and Scio Township, Michigan, even though there are family members scattered throughout the world. Genealogy is a never ending journey. That's what makes it so exciting! IT'S ALL IN THE JOURNEY!|
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|A Helper||Stephen and Leonard Krause|
Benjamin Leonard "Lennie" Krause (Find A Grave #148342664), Helen Bean Krause (Find A Grave #147976253), Stephen Holden "Steve" Krause (Find A Grave #148343219) and Leonard Holden Krause (Find A Grave #148342914) are all on the same stone.
I noticed that you put up photo requests for Stephen and Leonard.
Since there are already a photo for the parent's memorials maybe you can ask Kevin Conroy (#48587638) to also post his pic to Leonard and Steven's.
It would save a whole lot of "stone searching".
Added by A Helper on Feb 19, 2017 7:46 AM
|Anita||RE: Antoine Leduc|
Yes, I did read the whole "letter" to Antoine who died over 325 years ago. It also starts out like this and is filled with this sort of "information":
I know that you were a coureur de bois, which during the French Regime meant someone who traded without a license. It is not difficult for me to imagine you running the rapids, standing in the stern of a three-man canoe, guiding your craft down the white water through a passage no more than several feet wide. One false stroke or too weak a turn of your wrist at the critical moment would mean disaster. You signal your companions, there is no time for thought as your canoe speeds into the eddying rush. Faster and faster you go, your eyes trying to absorb the rushing scene, the rocks, the big green cone of water, the tumultuous rising and sinking of the foaming waves. The smooth-running pools suddenly open into great gurgling chasms and you give your paddle a convulsive twist, stabbing air instead of water. Your craft speeds ahead through the raging rapids and down a chute with the power of a thundering stampede of horses. Did you have a sense of dizzy, breathless intoxication?"
And you are correct that he states "I made the trip to Normandy again and, in the mayor's office in Grigneuseville, eagerly copied your genealogy from the brittle pages of the Louvetot Registers." in his story, but if you reread the story, he doesn't once mention the information that he wrote down (other than the death dates of Antoine's parents & uncle).
So while the person that entered Antoine's information on this site and entered a day, month, & year for Antoine's birth there is no PROOF of that information. It's no different that copying information from family trees on Ancestry.com or any other genealogy site. He used this "letter" as his reference for the information, but the information clearly isn't contained in the story.
I hope that you can understand my decision to not accept this edit, but I have accepted far too many edits without proof and I am the one paying the price for it when other members are upset that the information is either wrong or not proven. It got to the point that I removed my email address, due to the harassing emails, which I should have passed on to the administrators of Find A Grave.
Please be careful in doing your own genealogy and submitting edits and thoroughly check the references attached to the data that you are copying, as you can now see in this case, there still is no proof of Antoine's actual birth date.
Added by Anita on Feb 12, 2017 9:02 AM
|Anita||RE: Antoine leduc|
I've added the info that I didn't already have on his memorial and have given you credit. Since there aren't any records regarding the birth year and death place town, I've left them as is. Thanks!
Added by Anita on Feb 11, 2017 7:58 PM
Would you please provide references for the edit you submitted for his birth year and death place town? I haven't been able to find any records to verify that the edits are correct. Thanks so much for your help!
Added by Anita on Feb 10, 2017 9:18 AM
As you can see, the grave for Sophia is covered with mud and I personally never touch graves. I am hoping that it will wear down over time due to either winter or rain. But at least her name shows through.
If and when I go there, now that winter is coming, I will check their graves every once in a while to see if a better photo can be obtained. Those are from my phone via the app so I may shoot them with my digital cam next time.
|RAP||RE: george hofmeister|
No problem. Would you like me to post the Lillian Rothfuss image even though there is no DOD?
Added by RAP on Jul 06, 2016 9:48 AM
You have photo request for Lillian Rothfuss at Immanuel Cemetery in Huron County. There is no DOD on her stone. Would you like a photo posted anyway? She is has single flat headstone next to Eli Rothfuss.
Added by RAP on Jul 03, 2016 7:50 PM
|Wendy ||Frederick Wurst|
Are you relation to Frederick Wurst? His daughter Lydie was my great grandmother. I started working on geneology a couple years ago but am still quite new to it. If you have time, could you email me at email@example.com
I'm hoping someone with a more experience with this could help me along a little bit. Thanks!
Added by Wendy on May 06, 2016 12:40 PM
You are welcome. I have a question. I have three other Hofmeisters (Robert, Franklin and Joan) that do not have memorials. Are you looking for them? And nestled between a couple of Hofmeisters was Lorna R Smith. She doesn't have a memorial either. I believe they were all in Northlawn (Huron County). Those cemeteries seem to run together. If you are interested in them, please let me know and I will send you their dates. Thanks.
Added by RAP on Apr 25, 2016 7:36 AM
Norma I was so excited to find a photo of Mary Ann Fuerst Willy. I am researching the August Willy and Wilhelmina Marquardt family also. My sister in law is a descendant of Conrad J. Willy and Ester Ann Kuhne. You have helped fill in a lot of blanks.
Thank you so much for all your work.
Patricia Tierney Alessandri
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