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Genealogy / Re: Searching for informations about the Glenn-Family...
« on: January 06, 2008, 01:09:48 pm »
Michael, if you will go to this website, you will find a map of Paw Paw township (1903).  In it, there is a W. D. Glenn listed.

http://www.kansasmemory.org/item/209401/page/6

The page numbers are 18-19.   Best wishes to you.

Wowww... Thank you so much and excuse my non-answering, we  finished right now our christmas and new year vacancies in spain and you made me this wonderful present!

Thank you, thank you... and thank you - im sure W.D. Glenn could be a member of my familiy clan, it needs a bit researching but there was a person with the initials W.D. in our family.

Mike

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The Coffee Shop / Re: ROLL CALL TO ALL MEMBERS !!!!
« on: December 08, 2007, 02:31:52 pm »
Michael, your photograph are very nice. You have much better English than I have German. My father spoke passable German (his grandfather was from Germany) and he took several years of German in college since German was the language of science then. I understood most of what you said, but couldn't quite get it all.

Oh, I think your german is pretty good...I wrote that I´m happy that you like my stories and pictures.

...and that the desire is grown to a concrete plan to visit your county and I can´t await it. :)

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Genealogy / Re: Searching for informations about the Glenn-Family...
« on: December 08, 2007, 01:48:30 pm »
No, not right.  South Lawn Cemetery is in Greenwood County, about a mile west and a little bit north of Severy.  It is called South Lawn because it is just across the road south from Twin Grove Cemetery.  Twin Grove was the cemetery at Severy until more space was needed and not being able to go north with it, they went across the road south of it and named the new part South Lawn.  My in-laws are buried there.  It is easy to get to even though the highway that divided it has been moved.  The access from both directions is hard top and there are still several businesses east of the cemeteries.

thank you, i´m asking because it wasn´t clearly for me, if it is a greenwood or elk cemetery...greenwood okay.

i like to add it to my ancestry files. :)

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Genealogy / Re: Searching for informations about the Glenn-Family...
« on: December 08, 2007, 11:38:50 am »
Cemetery listings on the Glenns buried at Severy follow.  SL stands for South Lawn Cemetery and TG stands for Twin Groves Cemetery.
SL – GLENN, Albert Byron; Born May 1, 1918; Died Dec. 30, 1978; husb. of Mildred (Nearhood) Glenn; son of Elmer & LaVinnie
       (Acton) Glenn; auto accident victim 
TG – GLENN, Blanche; Born/Died Jan. 22, 1891
TG – GLENN, Infant; Died Feb. 20, 1897
TG – GLENN, Jane Elizabeth (Mock); Born 1857; Died Jan. 30, 1916; widow of William Glenn; pneumonia victim
TG – GLENN, Mary Jane; Born Mar. 4, 1822; Died Jan. 29, 1899; widow of William Glenn; dau. of Thomas Travis
TG – GLENN, Nellie; Died July 22, 1888; 1 yr. 8 mo.; dau. of R.O. & F. Glenn; victim of cholera
TG – GLENN, William; Born 1850; Died Apr. 26, 1914; husb. of Jane Elizabeth (Mock) Glenn
SL – GLENN, William Harry; Born 1898; Died July 15, 1944 




Others you may be interested in --
SL – JUAIRE, Byra Jean: Born Sept. 29, 1949; Died Oct. 11, 2004; widow of Gerold Jean “Jerry” Juaire; dau. of Albert Byron &
       Mildred (Nearhood) Glenn
SL – JUAIRE, Gerold Jean “Jerry”; Born Dec. 25, 1947; Died Aug. 16, 2000; husb. of Byra Jean (Glenn) Juaire; son of Joseph Jean
       & Wanda Elaine (Cummins) Juaire
SL – NEARHOOD, Terry Ray; Born Nov. 1, 1945; Died July 30, 1991; husb. of Norma L. (McCarter) Nearhood; son of Albert &
       Mildred Glenn


...the South Lawn cemetery is in the western part of Paw Paw- right?

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The Coffee Shop / Re: ROLL CALL TO ALL MEMBERS !!!!
« on: December 08, 2007, 07:34:31 am »
I'm sorry Michael.. I meant you have the German Language ..
 And those pictures of Ian are great.
The one of you is.... well.... cute... but I can see why you would think it is ghastly..  ;D ;D

Okay, here are my favorites...a couple of years ago...what a mess!!!! :D :D :D


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Politics / Re: U.S. Citizenship Trivia Test
« on: December 08, 2007, 07:03:39 am »

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The Coffee Shop / Re: ROLL CALL TO ALL MEMBERS !!!!
« on: December 08, 2007, 06:17:33 am »
Michael, Sie haben eine wunderbare familie. Vielen Dank fur teilen mit uns.

Es freut mich, dass Ihnen die Bilder und die Geschichten ueber meine Familie gefallen.

Ich kann Euch nicht schnell genug in Elk County besuchen kommen, dies ist schnell zu einem festen Wunsch geworden .

Michael

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Genealogy / Re: Searching for informations about the Glenn-Family...
« on: December 08, 2007, 06:03:19 am »
Cemetery listings on the Glenns buried at Severy follow.  SL stands for South Lawn Cemetery and TG stands for Twin Groves Cemetery.
SL – GLENN, Albert Byron; Born May 1, 1918; Died Dec. 30, 1978; husb. of Mildred (Nearhood) Glenn; son of Elmer & LaVinnie
       (Acton) Glenn; auto accident victim 
TG – GLENN, Blanche; Born/Died Jan. 22, 1891
TG – GLENN, Infant; Died Feb. 20, 1897
TG – GLENN, Jane Elizabeth (Mock); Born 1857; Died Jan. 30, 1916; widow of William Glenn; pneumonia victim
TG – GLENN, Mary Jane; Born Mar. 4, 1822; Died Jan. 29, 1899; widow of William Glenn; dau. of Thomas Travis
TG – GLENN, Nellie; Died July 22, 1888; 1 yr. 8 mo.; dau. of R.O. & F. Glenn; victim of cholera
TG – GLENN, William; Born 1850; Died Apr. 26, 1914; husb. of Jane Elizabeth (Mock) Glenn
SL – GLENN, William Harry; Born 1898; Died July 15, 1944 

Others you may be interested in --
SL – JUAIRE, Byra Jean: Born Sept. 29, 1949; Died Oct. 11, 2004; widow of Gerold Jean “Jerry” Juaire; dau. of Albert Byron &
       Mildred (Nearhood) Glenn
SL – JUAIRE, Gerold Jean “Jerry”; Born Dec. 25, 1947; Died Aug. 16, 2000; husb. of Byra Jean (Glenn) Juaire; son of Joseph Jean
       & Wanda Elaine (Cummins) Juaire
SL – NEARHOOD, Terry Ray; Born Nov. 1, 1945; Died July 30, 1991; husb. of Norma L. (McCarter) Nearhood; son of Albert &
       Mildred Glenn


I´m  surprised, you gave me a lot of new informations about some Familiy-members and brand new names and my hope to find still living relatives is reborn.

Thanks a lot

Michael

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The Coffee Shop / Re: Lets talk about pets
« on: December 07, 2007, 06:52:41 pm »


Brisko and his girlfriend Kaya, she´s an irish wolfhound and often a bit moody.

...but that´s not really a problem, he´s also often grumpy.

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The Coffee Shop / Re: Lets talk about pets
« on: December 07, 2007, 06:22:20 pm »



I stopped that nice hobby for six years ago and will start a new try, if Ian is getting a bit older.

Discus fishes needs a lot of work, consideration, calmness in front of the tank and they love it quiet.

Not really the right pets for a household with a six years old conqueror. :)

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