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On December 13, 1986: Civil Rights activist Ella Baker, who worked behind-the-scenes for the NAACP, SCLC, and SNCC and whose career spanned five decades, died on her 83rd birthday in New York City.
It never fails to impress me (but I am no longer surprised) how willing people are to help you when you ask nicely. It would appear that the plot was purchased by Amanda Roemhild at the time of the death of infant Ferdinand Gustav Insel.
In 1880 he is living in Philadelphia, age 40, born Prussia, living with (?3d) Wife Fredericka, his three children, and three step children named Cook. Reconstructed sequence of marriages, children, and places: First known wife was Mary Francisca Hauckauf with whom he had Alvina in NY in 1866. This is how your name and profile photo will appear on Panoramio if you connect this Google+ account. Use Flickriver Badge Creator to create a badge linking to your photos, your group or any other Flickriver view.
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By 1873, he was married to Amanda with whom he had Lillie in NY and Alexander in 1875 in Philadelphia.
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Every time I have left my keyboard, I made spectacular discoveries and met equally wonderful friends and relatives.
This was a common custom in my German families for 300 years.) Next to die was Lillie Roemhild.
The cemetery drove me by car to the plot to make sure I found it, but it is not far to walk over the hill behind the office.
While I was looking for some Eckers, I stumbled on some wonderful new leads about the Insels for whom my research progress had been slowing. It is noteworthy that Lillie's mother was named Amanda, but the mother of her older sister Alvina was Mary Francisca (Hackauf).

To shorten the story, I recovered the death certificates of my Great-Grandparents Johann Gustav Insel and his wife Alvina Clara Roemhild. I did not know the years of their deaths, but for the years 1900 through about 1935, the New Jersey State Archives in Trenton have all the deaths for a given year alphabetized so no index work is necessary. In a half-day I was able to recover 50 relevant certificates that would have taken many months or years to obtain through the mail (if at all).
Next in the grave was the family patriarch, my Great-Great-Grandfather Gustav Adam Roemhild. In truth, save for the date of death, the information was not earth shattering as it confirmed what I already knew. She was fairly sure it referred to the Lutheran Cemetery on Long Island, a place she knew many German families used. It was easy to call the cemetery and confirm that there were not just two, but six burials in their plot. As a throwaway gift, that same archive staff member suggested the name of the Zion German Evangelical Church in Brooklyn that immigrants used. I confirmed the correctness of the cemetery, but additional footwork and a request did not find family in that church.

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