Monthly Archive: July 2013

Jul 12

Müller—The French Connection

Seriously? The extremely common German name of Müller has a connection to France? Yes, to be sure. Last week, Karen’s Chatt received July 4th greetings from Marie, a French researcher with a Bierbach Müller connection. Her comment was written in French. No, I do not read French, but thanks to Google Translate I am able …

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Jul 09

Tombstone Tuesday–Henry A. Hoehamer

This is the tombstone of Henry A. Hoehamer, located in Mount Hope Cemetery, Adams County, Indiana. The marker is inscribed: HENRY A. Son of N. & A. Hoehamer Died Oct. 26, 1878 Aged 6 yrs. 9 mo. 10 ds. Sweet Henry unto earth A little while was given. He plumed his wings for flight And …

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Jul 04

July 4th, 2013

Happy July 4th! The birthday of our nation, when we fly the flag and watch parades and fireworks in remembrance and celebration of our country’s independence. And it is a day to remember the principles of freedom and liberty upon which our country was founded. Below is The American’s Creed, which we recite at our …

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Jul 02

Tombstone Tuesday–Anna S. Hoehamer

This is the tombstone of Anna S. Hoehamer, located in Mount Hope Cemetery, Jefferson Township, Adams County, Indiana. Her marker is inscribed: Anna S. Wife of N. Hoehamer Died Nov 4, 1880 Aged 28 y, 5 m, 1 d Anna S. (Manzelman) Hoehamer was born 3 June 1852, as calculated from her tombstone. She was …

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