On this visit to Puerto Rico—the first two were by cruise ship and this visit was a four night hotel stay— we visited Old San Juan twice during this trip and it was a wonderful experience. Our first visit was a guided food tour that included seeing and learning about some of the sights of Old San Juan. The tour group was conducted by Spoon Food Tours and it was excellent. Our tour guide, Caroline, did a fantastic job.
The home is no longer there. It was replaced by a concrete block building which became a dry cleaning establishment operated by my future brother-in-law, Charles Ricciardi. Both my father and mother are buried in the cemetery in Culver, Indiana. He died 27 January He was naturalized on 12 October, in Allegany County, Maryland.
He died in Judith Schultz was born on 3 December, in Somerset County, Pennsylvania and died in Eglon, West Virginia in where both she and her husband are buried. I do not know who Casper Werner's parents were, or if the place of his birth in Germany is spelled correctly.
Her mother was Mary Fike who was born in and died 7 April Please see Werner--Miller Family Tree for additional information on the family history. I was the youngest of five children, not including my mother's first baby which was stillborn.
Now to my mother's family. Her maiden name was Lessie Elizabeth Taylor. She was born in Arcadia, Ohio on 12 July, His father was George W. Taylor, born and died in He is buried in Arcadia, Ohio. Taylor's mother was Elizabeth Peters vho was born in and died in She is buried in Arcadia, Ohio.
My mother's mother was Mary Maria Pore. Both she and her husband are buried in the cemetery at South Whitley, Indiana. She was known as "Molly. Her Mother was Charlotta Thomas, born in and died in in Indiana. She died on 7 January, in Culver, Indiana. Mary's twin sister was Martha Werner, who was born 15 minutes later.
Martha died 3 January, in Culver, Indiana and is buried in the cemetery in Culver, Indiana along with her first husband, Harold Robinson.
Robert died 16 August, in South Bend, Indiana. He was cremated and the ashes were scattered on the St. Joseph river in South Bend.
Ruth Werner lives in Jackson, Mississippi having never married. For more information on my immediate family please refer to the attached family trees. The first thing that I can remember is my father talking about the first World War, circawhen I was about three years old.
I recall that I was worrying over a battle which I thought was just on the other side of Lake Maxinkukee. We only lived about two blocks from the lake. I also remember the Armistice that ended the war on 11 November, because everyone was out in the street celebrating and someone gave me a piece of candy, free.
I also remember my father talking about how he was riding a bicycle down a hill in West, Virginia. The bike did not have any brakes. You were supposed to wedge a stick between the wheel and the bike frame for a brake.Mar 31, · Puerto Rico isn't the Caribbean's biggest tourist destination for nothing.
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