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Richard Merrill Coatney Portschy Mann (#46607380)
 member for 12 years, 10 months, 25 days
Memorial# 57922560 stephen g. banner
I do not know you, nor do I know the late Mr. Stephen G. Banner. I have acquired a Confederate Memorial Grave Flag Holder for Corp. Banner of which has been long over due him for his services for what he fought and believed in. I have photoed the grave sight with a Confederate Flag Holder and a Confederate Flag that I purchased to honor him for his services. You may wish to bring the other photo of Mr. Banner back to the front page. If you wish for me to post it, I also have a closeup photo of just the Confederate Flag Holder along side of the headstone showing just the name and dates on his headstone, but you would first need to delete the lone flag photo of yours before I could but mine on. Let me know either way. Ronald

Added by RONALD V. BROWN on May 02, 2016 4:10 PM

delbert falsken
John Robert Philpot #54878176
On this memorial, a photo of William R Philpot tombstone appears. Delbert Falsken

Added by delbert falsken on Aug 08, 2015 11:37 AM

Chris Gutzmer
Daniel Gutzmer
You said in a bio for Daniel Gutzmer born 15 Feb 1824 "Daniel Gutzmer was one of at least two brothers who were born in Deutschland and came to Nebraska" Do you know the name of the brother?

And also "Daniel married, Wilhelmina "Minna" Korber, and together, this couple shared six known children." I can only find 5 children, do you have the names of all six?
Thank you
Chris Gutzmer

Added by Chris Gutzmer on Jul 28, 2015 8:34 PM

Donald Knoepfel
Bio for memorial 55115245
I noticed your Bio for Daniel E. Rutherford in the subject memorial. I have some additional information. Please e-mail me if you are interested. Thank you, Donald Knoepfel

Added by Donald Knoepfel on Jun 30, 2015 1:59 PM

Phillip Lojek
Rudolph Seib
According to Rudolph's World War II draft card that he signed, he gives his date of birth as 11/5/1891.

Added by Phillip Lojek on Oct 31, 2012 7:34 AM

Deb Lofgreen
Hi Richard. If I remember correctly, I did respond to your message from last year. But I'm not sure. . . My memory is kind of shot from then as I was experiencing respiratory failure and waiting for a lung transplant. Well, I got one! I haven't been working on genealogy for awhile, as I have been mending from the surgery. Am currently in AZ (TX center in Phoenix) but plan to return home to Parkville, MO in the Spring. We will be making a couple of trips up before moving back, too. Was hoping to make at least one NE football gamed this Fall, but alas it is not going to work out schedule-wise.

Anyway, my GG grandmother was Mary Ellen Frazier Bullis, daughter of Josiah. She and Royal Bullis had 6 children before they divorced. He married again and had 6 more children. She married a 2nd time (Murphy) but no more children. Wilbur Ellis Bulllis, my great, was her oldest child and the family lived in Humboldt, Richardson Co. NE. Her mother, Polly Harm Patton Frazier, was divorced from Josiah, and she too is in Humboldt Cem.

I grew up in NE (Born in Holdredge, grew up in Lincoln, Lived in Omaha for 15 years after college). Retired to north of KC, where we are in the middle of family ----Columbia MO, Manhattan KS, Omaha and Lincoln + and G.I., Kearney, and Norton KS - and that is just my side.

Anyway, this note is just to connect or re-connect from last year.
Deb GBR!
Regular email:

Added by Deb Lofgreen on Oct 06, 2012 1:35 AM

Deb Lofgreen
Doris Frazier, Humboldt Cemetery
Good morning
I am having computer security issues and am getting red-x's instead of pics. Who's daughter is Doris Frazier?

Cousin Deb

Added by Deb Lofgreen on Feb 01, 2012 1:51 PM

RE: Portsche
Richard, I am a 40 year veteran of railroading and I track railroaders for several reasons, one being I published one book on railroaders along with short stories and picutres of them when I can get them. if you would like to have Gary added to the list would you mind sharing some of his railroad history with me for my upcoming book? my first book (Trackin' The Past) you can see the cover on although they are out of print. also on my findagrave Bio page you can see the book cover. Just like to keep their memories and stories alive...thanks, hope this helps with your question. My email is

Added by JMW on Sep 21, 2011 6:35 AM

Grandson: Gary #66079525..I track old railroaders. Jmw Mike in Mo

Added by JMW on Sep 17, 2011 10:52 AM

Jean Freshour
Samuel Frazier
I have a Samuel N. Frazier born 29 Mar 1842 in Clinton Co.,In. died 27 Apr 1881 in Daviess Co., Mo.
parents were Julian and Elizabeth A. McCarey. Married to Emma Sarah ?. Death place is Daviess Co. but I don't have a cemetery.

Added by Jean Freshour on Jul 04, 2011 10:35 AM

Caryn Hood
Sorry, no, I do not know how Arthur Frazier and the other Fraziers connect. I am not related to any of them.


Added by Caryn Hood on May 30, 2011 8:24 AM

Travis LeMaster
RE: Nathan Beals, Lynchburg Cemetery
Yes, I will definitely keep that potential connection and mind and let you know of anything I find. Next step for me will be to document where the individual family members were during each census, etc. to see if I can pinpoint exactly when they moved to Nebraska.

Added by Travis LeMaster on May 19, 2011 4:32 AM

Travis LeMaster
RE: Nathan Beals, Lynchburg Cemetery
Hello again - I don't know of any connection to the Lynch family. Nathan's middle name may indeed be "Carter", but I haven't seen anything definite.

Several members of the family moved from Indiana to Richardson County after the Civil War. Daughter Mary Ann Maria (Beals) Moon and husband Silas; son Thomas J. and wife Sarah (Thompson); and son Seth W. and wife Sarah were all residents of the Humboldt area at one time. There may have been others.

Granddaughter Halcyon Hill is the only other family member that I can see from the listings of FindAGrave at Lynchburg cemetery.

Added by Travis LeMaster on May 18, 2011 4:02 PM

Travis LeMaster
Nathan Beals, Lynchburg Cemetery
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Nathan C. Beals at the Lynchburg Cemetery. Really appreciate it.

Added by Travis LeMaster on May 18, 2011 4:56 AM

Luella Hinrichsen
RE: MANN, Everett Robinson
Congratulations on your upcoming bundle of joy! You seem like such a happy family, your tribute for your son was so touching, I always shed tears for the lost little ones. It's always nice to see young folks that are keeping their family history alive!

Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Mar 07, 2011 1:22 PM

Luella Hinrichsen
RE: MANN, Everett Robinson
I am so sorry for your loss, I love your photos and everything you put on his memorial. Isn't this a wonderful site? Unfortunately it isn't perfect, I always check before adding a name to see if it's listed, this has happened to me again just today. I checked again after I added the name and the other one came up then too. One day I added a whole list since I was linking a family and they weren't on the list, when I brought the family name back to check them again, low and behold they were all listed, I was the one that listed them before and couldn't figure out how I could of just not added them, I sure hope this doesn't happen often! YOU ARE THE ONE WHO SHOULD HAVE HIS MEMORIAL! Thank you for letting me know! God bless you and your family- Luella

Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Mar 06, 2011 8:23 PM

Thank you for two of the Munkres' headstone photos out of the five that I had requested from the Antioch Cemetery. It is much appreciated. Keep up the good deeds for those of us that can't make it to our relatives burial sites.

Added by klassikat on Jul 18, 2010 7:17 PM

Beisel - Davis
Thank you, thank you for the wonderful photos. I really appreciate it. When you have a second, cold you please add the Beisel stone to my Aunt Rose's page as well, I believe there is a request open on her memorial.

Thanks again,
aka ~ GeneGraver

Added by GeneGraver on Jun 22, 2010 7:16 AM

John Kerr
Thanks for finding the five photos of John Kerr's gravestone. I really appreciate your efforts.

Added by RM on Oct 24, 2009 6:08 AM


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