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Europe / Falkenecker of Heutingsheim, Germany
« on: Friday 22 June 18 21:52 BST (UK)  »
Some more documents relating to the Falkenecker's.

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Europe / Falkenecker of Heutingsheim, Germany
« on: Friday 22 June 18 19:43 BST (UK)  »
More attchments

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Europe / Falkenecker of Heutingsheim, Germany
« on: Thursday 21 June 18 23:29 BST (UK)  »
Records related to Anna Berta Falkenecker (1890-1970) of Huetingsheim. They may show her, her parents. There is also said to be one brother Adolf Eugen Falkenecker, b. Jul 21 1900 in Heutingsheim, Germany.

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United States of America / Roland Kulhanek (1936-2016) of Illinois
« on: Friday 01 June 18 13:31 BST (UK)  »
looking for arrival records, or naturalization records.

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United States of America / Roland Kulhanek (1936-2016) of Illinois
« on: Thursday 31 May 18 18:22 BST (UK)  »
Vaclav Kulhanek, Berta K Kulhanek, Roland Kulhanek, and Willi Kulhanek all arrived to the USA via the city of Miami before 1964. It is not clear whether they flew in or traveled by boat.
There are also naturalization records for Willy Kulhanek and Elsa Frieda Barmus, aka Elsa Kulhanek.

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One Name Studies: H to M / Kaess
« on: Tuesday 29 May 18 22:38 BST (UK)  »
Link to Bio/Obit on Gerd Edwin Paul Kaess:
https://weremember.com/gerd-kaess/84d-pgw/memories

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Talmage Edward Dawson appears to have been living at 1843 Mintwood Place NW in Washington D.C. in 1942. This is relatively close to the Thai Consulate as mentioned in family accounts about Talmage. Also, in the 1930 Census he is mentioned as a Veteran and the conflict is mentioned as 'WW' or World War. This is a third proof that Talmage is a WWI Veteran along with his WWI Kansas Bounty Claim Record and his name being mentioned in the 88th Division book. Also, Talmage is mentioned as a Linotype Operator. In the 1942 draft registration, his birthplace is mentioned as Topeka, Kansas. Also , in the 1930 Census, Sadie Dawson is mentioned as a Stenographer.

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Photo of Newell Taylor Kirkpatrick Swartz (1881-1946), one of three sons of Joseph Godfrey Swartz (1847-1887) and Margaret Jean Ochiltree (1847-1928). Newell was married to Gayry Elizabeth Gibboney Major (1888-1935) and had 11-13 Swartz children. They lived in Virginia and Maryland. They raised their children near the Natural Bridge, Virginia.
  Looking for a brushup on the photo. Thanks in advance.

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United States of America / Denver Ray Elliott (1945-2017) of Xenia, Ohio
« on: Tuesday 01 May 18 21:02 BST (UK)  »
Denver Ray Elliott was born March 4 1945 in Barbourville, Kentucky, and died on Dec 29 2017 in Xenia, Ohio. He retired from Anderson foundry and his motto in life was 'Family is everything.' He came from a large family in Kentucky. His wife was Clay Willoughby (1941-2016), also from Kentucky.
Link to Obit at Xenia Daily Gazette:
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/xeniagazette/obituary.aspx?n=denver-elliott&pid=187717788&fhid=4855
Link to Clay's Obit:
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/xeniagazette/obituary.aspx?n=clay-elliott&pid=179738451&fhid=4855

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