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Barbara Butcher (#46938122)
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Raymona
Ann Loxterkamp
The links have been made to her parents. Thanks for reminding me.
Best Wishes,
Raymona # 47237415

Added by Raymona on Oct 31, 2013 2:20 AM

Russell Kasper
RE: Joseph BOARDMAN Edit
Not related, just trying to put pictures to the names of Civil War soldiers from Illinois. I will maintain if you wish. Thank you for the offer.

Added by Russell Kasper on Oct 25, 2013 8:56 PM

Ian Macaulay
Thank you
I see you tackled the snakepit on my behalf:-)
Your photo both before and after are in my Family files.
Really appreciated,
Ian Macaulay

Added by Ian Macaulay on Oct 11, 2013 10:56 PM

Stacey
Ackels family
Thank you SOOOO much for the photo of the Ackels stone. That was fast too!! I added their photos to their memorials if you would like to put a face to the stone.

Added by Stacey on Sep 29, 2013 7:40 PM

Sandi K
RE: Continued . . . MILLIS
Thank you Barbara for looking this up and for keeping track of those stones. I think he may not actually be buried there considering his wife is buried w/daughter. But perhaps the person who made the memorial had a source so will leave that alone and note that there is no stone for him. Again thanks! Sandi

Added by Sandi K on Sep 25, 2013 9:12 PM

Anonymous
Leonard Frahm
Thanks Barb!

Added by Anonymous on Sep 21, 2013 5:44 AM

Beverly Witmer
RE: Donaldson Question . . .
Yes, jake0520 is my sister. We work on the tree together.

Bev

Added by Beverly Witmer on Sep 19, 2013 8:54 PM

Beverly Witmer
RE: Donaldson Question . . .
My grandparents were Thomas and Elsie Watkins. Elsie's parents were Henry and Catharine Donaldson Winrow. Her parents were Adam and Rachel Donaldson.

Adam and Rachel's children were Adam Clute Donaldson 1837-1919, Peter Abel Donaldson 1846-1939, Egbert B. Donaldson 1844-1925, Catherine Rachel Donaldson 1842-1904, James Ryckman Donaldson 1835-1923, Garrett Hooghkirk Donaldson 1930-1909.

I have a public tree on Ancestry under Richard Cale Family Tree where you can see the family and photos.

Hope this helps.

Bev

Added by Beverly Witmer on Sep 19, 2013 6:07 PM

Ian Macaulay
RE: McCauley's in Avoca, Iowa
There is no rush, That stone has been there a while:-) I kind of like snakes, not a "I Love Snakes" thing but I have a good regard for their place on this earth and a curiosity about them.
I like birds, bears and such as well and even find most insects fascinating. So I was just curious as to what kind of snake would cause you to be so cautious. Most folks are nervous of Snakes. Its built in. Even though the local snakes have been around for years and I enjoy their presence I still jump when I see one.


Ian

Added by Ian Macaulay on Sep 19, 2013 2:07 PM

Ian Macaulay
RE: McCauley's in Avoca, Iowa
Thank you again, I just finished going through the data for these folks. What kind of snakes would there be there? I posted the photo with the grass as and attached your note in the family file.


Ian Macaulay

Added by Ian Macaulay on Sep 18, 2013 6:48 PM

Ian Macaulay
RE: McCauley's in Avoca, Iowa
Actually its exactly the type of information I want.

My main goal is to log the families and their trees. Some to include and some to exclude. As I am going through these families I also like to put down any history that I can. Where they lived, what they did, And accomplishments.

So Thank you very much for the photos (I have not yet got to them) and thank you for the story. I will log both in the family files.

Ian Macaulay

Added by Ian Macaulay on Sep 18, 2013 3:45 PM

Anonymous
Frahm Family
Hi again- I just wanted to add that Dora's maiden name was Noehren and I believe her father's name was Henry. I don't know what her mothers name was. And I believe he was born in Shelby Iowa. Also there is one more child of Dora and John-William-the oldest. He was born in 1918 and died in 2005.I believe he was buried in a Catholic Cemetery in Ft Dodge,Iowa.His wife's name was Florence but I don't know her maiden name. If you could make a page for him the family would be complete. Thanks again!--Linda Adawe

Added by Anonymous on Sep 13, 2013 9:24 AM

Anonymous
Thanks for your work!
Thanks to you so much for all your work. I feel so much more at ease now that I know they are not forgotten.--Linda Adawe

Added by Anonymous on Sep 13, 2013 8:56 AM

Anonymous
John and Dora Frahm
Hi -Dora Frahm's birthdate was April 10,1896 and she died on January 14,1960. John Frahm was born September 12,1884 in Holstein,Germany and died in Harlan on July 4,1963.I looked on their funeral cards that I have kept all these years. For Dora's birthplace it only lists Shelby County,Iowa. she died in Harlan. Thanks so much.---Linda Adawe

Added by Anonymous on Sep 13, 2013 8:44 AM

Anonymous
Virginia Frahm
Hi-My mother was born June 12,1926 in Avoca,Iowa. Her full name was Virginia May Frahm. She died on April 29,2009 in Alexandria,Virginia. My daughter has her cremains.I would not want any mention of my father on the page as they did not have a good relationship. I just want her to be remembered and a place where I can leave virtual flowers for her. I want her to be remembered with her family.Thanks so much.

Added by Anonymous on Sep 13, 2013 8:30 AM

Anonymous
Arnold Frahm
Hi-I don't know the details of Arnold's life except that he died from leukemia at three years old. His parents could not afford to bury him so he was buried in a paupers grave with no stone. My grandmother told me these details. I hope he can still have a page at the Avoca Cemetery. Thank you for all your work for my family. I really appreciate it.---Linda Adawe

Added by Anonymous on Sep 13, 2013 8:21 AM

Anonymous
Arnold Frahm
Hi-Thanks so much for making the pages for my grandparents. Yes Arnold was buried in the Avoca cemetery but he had no stone.Also-my mother Virginia Frahm is deceased but she was cremated. can you still make a page for her? Thanks. ---Linda adawe

Added by Anonymous on Sep 13, 2013 5:42 AM

SKC
Julia and Wm. Duke
*time AND effort...ha. Thanks! Suzie

Added by SKC on Sep 12, 2013 9:39 PM

SKC
Julia and Wm. Duke
Barbara,
Thank you so much for providing the great photos of my Great-Grandparents marker. Your time effort is so appreciated! Best wishes to you from Colorado!

Regards,
Suzie

Added by SKC on Sep 12, 2013 9:38 PM

Cheri Rupert Mattox
Walter Parker
Thank you so much for taking the picture of Walter's memorial and your permission to use the picture. This is my second book on the 100th Indiana Infantry. (first one was Company C). I will of course give you credit for the picture. Thank you for your help. Cheri

Added by Cheri Rupert Mattox on Sep 12, 2013 7:01 PM

Robert Norman
Harlan Cemetery
Barbara, thanks so much for the photos of the Larson family grave site at the Harlan Cemetery, I have MANY relatives buried at that cemetery.

Bob

Added by Robert Norman on Sep 12, 2013 1:17 PM

Abra
RE: Bertha FRAME
Thank you so much! I appreciate it. I will take good care of her!

Added by Abra on Sep 12, 2013 11:37 AM

Anonymous
John and Dora Frahm
Hi-Thanks for making the page for Alvin Frahm and I would love for you to make a page for John and Dora Frahm who are my grandparents.Thanks again.---Linda Adawe

Added by Anonymous on Sep 12, 2013 6:38 AM

Mike and Karen [Mefford] Pickhover
Opaline [Saylor] Stevens
Hi, Thank you for the headstone picture of Opaline [Saylor] Stevens. Your time and effort is very much appreciated! Opaline's parents were James W. and Mabel [Downie] Saylor [his parents were originally from Harlan, Kentucky] and they owned and operated Hotel Saylor on highway 64 and 59 in Harlan, Iowa. I have an old postcard from the early 40's and written on the back - "69 modern rooms. Fireproof Addition. Elevator. Noted for good beds and Cleanliness. Rate $2.00 to $3.75. LARGE TV IN LOBBY". Opaline ran the Hotel after her parents died. Thank you again! Hope you and family have a blessed week. Karen

Added by Mike and Karen [Mefford] ... on Sep 12, 2013 3:26 AM

Abra
RE: Bertha FRAME
That was astonishingly fast, thank you! And yes, I'd be happy to take over management, she is family and I hope to do further research and determine why she died so young. Thank you!

Added by Abra on Sep 11, 2013 9:39 PM

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