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Darlene (#46635178)
 member for 9 years, 10 months, 21 days
carole taylor puntenney
RE: Wm. Hagar
I am with you, thank you so much for responding..
those creators that never attend to their mail drive me nuts too... and I love this new
do-it-urself edit.... i use it a lot!!!
especially the wives that share the last resting place with husbands.

So I do believe that with the name/age that this is the man. I think I will put a photo of his muster card on the site, what do you think....???

or would you like me to email it to you if he is a relative???

Added by carole taylor puntenney on Aug 21, 2014 12:49 PM

carole taylor puntenney
Wm. Hagar
HI, was just looking at memorial where your flower gave more info from death cert. I am putting together a book on the 27th MO. Mounted inf and think that this William Hagar might be the same one that I have a muster card for, name/age are right do you know where he was born? He joined the 27th in Johnson Co. MO and with your 1839 dob he would have been 22.. #15317116 Carole taylor 47890355

Added by carole taylor puntenney on Aug 21, 2014 9:08 AM
Those 2 Cahoons are not duplicates. I added them because there were no names matching the names on their gravestones.

According to FindAGrave's help directory, this is how they are supposed to be listed - to match the tombstone:

Last Name
Last Name as you would find it on the tombstone, if the interred had more than one marriage or other possible spellings please place this information in the bio and use the family links.

I added possible alternate spelling Calhoun to the top of their bios, per FindAGrave directions.

Added by on Jul 30, 2014 11:24 PM
RE: Casper & Elizabeth Hardy memorials
I've been sending you info for years on them and it doesn't always get updated. I still have the emails. Please transfer my grandparents' profiles to me so I may help take care of some of these for you, especially my loved ones. Thanks for handling so many profiles.

Added by on Jul 29, 2014 1:15 PM

Fair View
Hi, I was looking at what you have for Fair View, and "Baby" Jorgenson (I believe they did name her Virginia Rose, but not 100% on that) would be my dad's older sister, had she lived. Elmer Jorgenson (father) was my grandpa and his wife's name was Millicent, not Ellen. (Hurlbert -- her parents and sister Marjorie are buried in that same cemetery). Ellen was a daughter to Elmer and Millie and born in the 1960s. Thanks for posting!!!

Added by MDJ on Jul 23, 2014 9:15 AM

RE: Sarah Hall Powls
The 1885 Iowa census shows a Charles Powls, 18, living with the Kelly family. Underneath Charles' name is the entry for Levi, Sarah, etc. Do we know who this Charles is?

Added by Renae✫ on Feb 12, 2014 8:38 PM

RE: Sarah Hall Powls
Yes, I have Rosa listed as unknown father. I haven't found evidence of any other marriage other than Levi in Jun 1872. Rosa's birth year 1867 means Sarah would have been 20, unmarried since Rosa took the name of her mother.

I'll keep looking for more information on Sarah's children.

Added by Renae✫ on Feb 12, 2014 8:21 PM

RE: John Hager photo
Of course! I don't own the photo, the family shared it with me and you're fam, right? You can copy any of the photos from any of my memorials.

Added by Renae✫ on Feb 08, 2014 10:49 AM

John Hager
I found a photo of john, take a look at his memorial page.

Additional info on Carrie:
Ed Martin was born in Wisconsin on Jan 22, 1866, died in Boise on Jul 9, 1954. Idaho death index and there are 3 city directories that show Ed and Carrie living in Boise, the first being 1948. A relative says they were married in 1947.

I hope this helps!

Added by Renae✫ on Feb 07, 2014 7:56 PM

RE: John Hager/Carrie Martin
John and Carrie were married Sep 29, 1909 and divorced in 1915. They had 2 children. Both children were living with their grandmother Sarah Hall, Carrie's mother, in 1920. Carrie was remarried in 1919 to Fred Paulsen, I don't know why she wouldn't have had her children with her? Fred and Carrie had 1 child and he was living with a foster family at the age of 8, in 1930. Very strange.

Added by Renae✫ on Feb 07, 2014 7:21 PM

RE: John Hager/Carrie Martin
Yes, John and Stella were divorced. I'm not finding much out there for records on Stella. I 'think' Stella married Ed Martin in 1947. This is the date another family member gave me, but I haven't found any records to prove this. Still working on it. I'll keep working, will contact you when/if I find anything. :)

Added by Renae✫ on Feb 07, 2014 4:59 PM

Brenda Dahmen
RE: Request to move Emerson, Munson, Sodorff
Here is a link to ALL the cemeteries of Whitman county:

Thank you for your help,


Added by Brenda Dahmen on Sep 15, 2013 2:30 PM

Brenda Dahmen
RE: Request to move Emerson, Munson, Sodorff
Miss Darlene, I am a local here in the area and I will tell you that the AOUW, Fairmont and City cemetery are all in one. The Odd Fellows does happen to be across town as is the Farr cemetery. In the Pullman City Cemetery you will see that the plots are marked as Fair 1, Fair 2, etc.... and AOUW 1, AOUW 2, etc... If you simply go to edit tab on your memorials and change the cemetery name to Pullman City Cemetery it will be just that simple.

Thank you for your help!


Added by Brenda Dahmen on Sep 11, 2013 2:25 PM

Jane Elliott Kidd
RE: John Elliott
The John Elliott that was married to Martha Willheight Settles was John Manning Elliott, my great grandfather. The other John that was married to Mary Clarvoe Manning was my great Uncle and step-great grandfather. He was already dead in 1840. the children you listed do belong to John MANNING Elliott and Martha Settles but were born in 1860s and 1870s. I hope I didn't cause you any problems, you don't have to do anything, when they have so people with the same name it is confusing to all of us.

Added by Jane Elliott Kidd on Sep 02, 2013 10:45 PM

Paul Bryan Couch
RE: Howard Bramblett
Darlene, how far are you from Frankford Cemetery?? Yes, it will only be a 20 some mile trip and Wife and I plan on going in next few weeks.

I have a good camera and I have an eye for photos etc... (non pro tho) I will be taking lots of pictures, .... Do you know of any you need??? Let me know and about what part of cemetery they would be located in.

Also I carry a hand held GPS and take some reading on hard to find stones etc...

My Wife's Mother was a Bramblett.

Thanks.... Paul B. and Janet L. (Ince) Couch.

Added by Paul Bryan Couch on Aug 29, 2013 8:36 PM

Member # 47526185
Guy A. Hagar (107538979)
I wasn't sure what to do. His death cert # 39718 indicates he was buried in Elmwood Cemetery but as you can see there is a headstone for him in Machpelah Cemetery but with no dates.

Added by Member # 47526185 on Apr 29, 2013 6:14 PM

Lucia Perry
Unsell cemetery
My grandmother, Helen Jo Unsell, was from this area (Joseph M was her grandpa), and my cousin, Eric, still lives on the farm. We have an old photo of Courtney Unsell, which was hanging over my mom's buffet. I will try to locate it and copy. I haven't seen this graveyard in years, and don't remember what condition it's in, but I will try to have Eric take photos.

Added by Lucia Perry on Mar 12, 2013 1:56 PM

Ginger & Steve Bollinger
RE: Thomas Tate grave photo
We usually take photo(s) of other obvious family members, or those that we've heard of from the request notes, when we're taking pictures. Since I don't seem to have a photo for Agnes, apparently there was no headstone nearby with her name on it. Since you had added her name in the note related to your request for a photo of Thomas' headstone, I have her name on my search list; and have not yet seen a headstone with her name on it. Despite the fact that we are reviewing every headstone in each section (we've completed about half the cemetery so far) we could have missed one here or there. Best thing would be to add her as a primary photo request.

Added by Ginger & Steve Bollinger on Feb 11, 2013 11:22 AM

Barbara Spicer
Sorry it took me so long to respond.
Goldie's crypt is the top one and I don't have a 20 ladder to be able to reach the flowers. Sorry!

Added by Barbara Spicer on Jan 01, 2013 3:59 PM

Leslie T
RE: Martha Beals Thompson
Let me see what I can do :) Thanks for bringing it to my attention; I'll get right on it!

Added by Leslie T on Sep 10, 2012 7:54 PM

Leslie T
Merry Christmas! Guess what? :) Angie doesn't respond to any of my suggestions, I think she is too busy with all the ones she has added, so I go directly to Find A Grave; I sent them an e-mail to see if they could help out...thanks for the "reminder".

Added by Leslie T on Dec 25, 2011 5:41 PM

Heather Cottrell
RE: Art Bramblett
Would be glad to let you know. He died of cancer and don't know if it was in the hospital or at his home under hospice. He and Aunt Ginny both died of cancer. I didn't know Uncle Art very well. I was nine when he died. My Mom and Kathlyn are first cousins but they have always been close and I call Kathlyn and Ted, Aunt and Uncle and her kids do the same for my parents. My Grandma was Virginia's younger sister. Have you found Kathlyn and Ted's baby in Barkley? You probably already have info on her but if you search the last name Broemmer you will find her. Very sad.

Will let you know what I find out.


Added by Heather Cottrell on Aug 08, 2011 1:59 PM

Heather Cottrell
Art Bramblett
Henry Arthur "Art" Bramblett was my Uncle. I added the birth date and death dates to his memorial. I had not added a place of death because I didn't know if he died at home of the hospital. I'll confer with his daughter. Are you related to the Brambletts?


Added by Heather Cottrell on Aug 07, 2011 2:03 PM


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