User talk:Sharonlemley51

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Welcome [27 mrt 2014]

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hi Sharon,

i stumbled upon your username because a relative of mine from Holland was buried in Stanley, WI. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=littlechute&id=I283

because it is such a small town, i thought perhaps you found some material about the community there that speaks about Huiting or Arink family ?

thx, Ron--woepwoep 14:19, 27 March 2014 (UTC)


Next step: Review your GEDCOM [31 March 2012]

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Next step: Review your GEDCOM [2 April 2012]

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GEDCOM, Norwegian line.ged Imported Successfully [10 April 2012]

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Vesta Family [7 August 2012]

Good afternoon, I stumbled upon the Vesta family pages on this site and want to thank you for your detailed work. I am a great grandson of Austa Vesta and Henry Grant Wright - much of what I know of the Vesta / Haugen families does not add to what you have provided - I will try to update what I have on the wrights here if you are interested.

thanks again

David Wright wright.davids@gmail.com--Dwright 13:34, 7 August 2012 (EDT)


Hello [10 September 2012]

Hi Sharon, My name is Jamie (Martin) Oppert. Margaret (Stuve) is my great grandmother. Her son Lyle Martin is my grandfather. I just happened to find this website while doing some research. Is there anything that your looking for any information or photos?--Jamieoppert 23:06, 9 September 2012 (EDT)


Frank Rosenthal and your Family Tree [10 August 2015]

Hello Sharon!

My name is Greg Kruger, from Michigan (though I do have a cousin also named Greg Kruger still living in Mondovi WI).

I have been working on my family tree off and on over the last few years but I have really dove in over the last few months. I just recently started going down my Rosenthal line and as I worked my way down, I ended up finding your werelate page. It was an ENORMOUS help for Frank Henry Rosenthal Jr. So THANK YOU!

Our common ancestor (in case you were curious) Carolina "Carrie" Kruger who was married to Frederick Gottfriend Rosenthal.

I cannot pull up the specifics at the moment as ancestry.com is currently down but I thought you might find the following interesting, IF you did not already know:

-Caroline and Frederick Rosenthal lived right next door to Caroline's brother, William and Ernestine Kruger. William died somewhat early in life after having 4 children (one of which whom was William Kruger JR.), and Ernestine married William's brother, Henry Kruger. Sadly, their two children died in infancy and Henry soon passed afterwards as well. Ernestine ended up marrying a third time, but married outside the family this time. She married a Struck and they lived there for quite some time. If you fast forward all the way to 1940, this family land somehow ends up back into my Kruger family's hands as in 1940, a cousin named Gordon Kruger is now owning that same land, AND this Kruger is still living right next door to a Rosenthal! At this time it is actually Frank Rosenthal JR! The very person I just thanked you for all the information on. So not only have the Kruger's and Rosenthal's married at one point, but they sure seem to be like each other quite a bit!!

I know that currently the Kruger land is NOT owned by Kruger's anymore, though I am not sure when that ended as of yet. I still have several cousins in the area none the less, including one named Greg Kruger just like myself.

This, at long last, brings me to a question I have for you. I found a very nice obituary for Frank Rosenthal Jr.'s son, Bob. In it, it mentioned that he lived on the family farm at least up until his childhood. I am not sure how close you are to the Rosenthal's, but do you know if any of the family is still living on the land? Also, do you happen to know if anyone in the family has any possible old pictures, family documents, family stories, even something like old farm tools, from Caroline and Frederick's time? It is a shot in the dark but I thought it might be worth asking. Both my father and I are hooked on learning about our ancestors, and we seem to be the only ones in our entire Kruger family that are even remotely interested. :) Any information would be greatly appreciated.

IF you happen to have any questions for me, feel free of course to ask. I have never used this webpage before so if you send me a message back and I do not reply, please just send a few more. I am assuming it will send me an email alert and it is always possible I might miss the first one.

Thanks, and have a great day!

Greg K.--Samsaba 05:20, 10 August 2015 (UTC)


Hi Greg, It was nice to hear from you! Please contact me by regular email at Sharon_lemley@yahoo.com because I think we might want to correspond further, and I would like your permission to forward your email. You see, the Bob Rosenthal whose obituary you found was my step-brother. I am close to the two remaining children of Frank Rosenthal Jr. They are my step-brother and -sister as well as my 2nd cousins. My family was always close to Frank Rosenthal Jr. and his family, and my sisters and I grew up with their kids. After my father died, Frank and his wife used to take my mother out for fish fries, etc., and after Frank's wife died, he continued to see my mother, and they were married in 1973. Frank was my dad's nephew, a son of Frank Rosenthal, Sr. who was my dad's older half brother. As you know, Frank Sr. was a son of Frederick Rosenthal and his first wife, Carrie Kruger. After Carrie Kruger Rosenthal died, Frederick remarried to Mary Rheingans and had four more children, including my dad. Therefore, my step-siblings are blood relatives of yours, whereas I am not. With your permission, I would like to forward your posting to me on WeRelate to my step-sister, Judy Rosenthal Hacker. You and she would probably like to correspond, as well, because you are directly related, and Judy can answer your questions better than I can. I know she would be very interested and would love to make contact with you. What I do know: Frederick Rosenthal owned the farm just up the road (at the end of the road) from the farm which Frank Rosenthal Sr. and then his son, Frank Rosenthal Jr. owned. So Grandpa Fred's farm was where he and his two wives had lived and raised their children and where Frank Sr. and my dad grew up. Frederick and Carrie had three sons who lived to adulthood (Fred, Frank and William), but Fred, Jr. never married. When Grandpa Fred retired, his farm went to Frank Sr.'s brother, Will Rosenthal, whose descendants are also your blood relatives. Frank Jr. retired from farming and sold the farm after his children grew up. He and his wife, Alyce, moved to Mondovi, but I don't remember the year. I know Frank was always upset at how the farm buildings had gone into disrepair afterwards. I don't think Grandpa Fred's farm is in the family any more, either, but I have even less knowledge about that farm, although I do know some of Will Rosenthal's descendants. We have a Rosenthal reunion in Osseo, Wisconsin every year, and I keep in touch with many of the descendants of Fredrick Gottfried Rosenthal. We just had this year's reunion on August 15. If you are interested, I can add your name and address to my contacts list for next year's reunion. I hope this gets to you and that we can engage in a good correspondence. I would be interested in hearing more about how you are connected to the Rosenthal family through Carrie Krueger. Thanks for contacting me! Sharon--Sharonlemley51 13:03, 10 August 2015 (UTC)