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BARRYDJR (#46998286)
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dkwhite
Newcome
Thank you so much for helping out.

Added by dkwhite on Mar 25, 2015 11:02 PM

Roberta
RE: 31880200 Walter Cowan
Obit has been added. sorry it took so long been taking care of Parents :)

Roberta

Added by Roberta on Mar 22, 2015 7:49 AM

Waunita M Herron
William Clapp # 31646130
Thank you for the picture of my relative William M. Clapp. I am curious about the dates shown under his photo, what does 1860, 1861, 1877 stand for? Does this mean they were not sure when the photo was taken?

Added by Waunita M Herron on Feb 21, 2015 10:41 AM

KDQ
Dr Sherman Hadley
I will send you a private email as there is so much information about the family you might find useful if you haven't seen it yet.

The Willard Hadley you have is actually William Savannah Hadley. William Savannah was named after Dr Sherman Hadley's father Savannah Hadley. William Savannah was born in Indiana in 1861. He is the father of Lulu Mae Hadley whom I originally sent the message about.

Haddy's name is mispelled. It should be Hattie and she was also born in Indiana in 1868.

The email I send will include Dr. Hadley's obit and his medical information.

It will come in the form of Bringitnews@cox.net.

KDQ

Added by KDQ on Sep 22, 2014 11:23 AM

KDQ
Sherman J Hadley's Granddaughter
Hello,

My family and I have been working in the Masonic Section of Forest Lawn Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska. We are trying to get this massive cemetery better photographed and documented.

Today I worked on the new Find A Grave Memorial for the granddaughter of Dr. Sherman J Hadley (her Find A Grave# is 136141734).

Her name is Lulu Mae Hadley Taylor Strain Boyles Bloom.

I thought you might find it interesting that she married several times and all of her husbands had been high standing members of the lodges here in Omaha.

I am in the process of setting up the memorials for her third husband Vivian Warren Boyles and his brother Horace Brainard Boyles who were very active in their Masonic lodge in Omaha.

It is fascinating that many families are generations of Masons when other parts of their family structure (i.e. religion, location, vocation, marriages, divorces, war, etc.) change.

Lulu's daughter Dorothy Taylor Morris also married a Mason. His name was Jack Thornton Morris. I'm not far enough into that part of the family to know if they produced any little Masons of their own.

I wonder what Dr. Sherman J Hadley would think of that?

KDQ

Added by KDQ on Sep 19, 2014 9:43 PM

Sally Scheer
Nora Cross
Thanks for the picture of Nora's gravestone. She was no relation to me, but the story of her children's deaths was so similar to the death of my mother's eldest sister in the 1918+ flu epidemic. That flu took the strong healthy young folks and left behind so many.

Added by Sally Scheer on Sep 18, 2014 4:53 PM

evelyn porteous
demas d bates
Thank you for the photo of the Bates Graves . The large monument in the middle is for Calvin Bates the father of Demas ,so I am pretty sure Demas is buried with them .Very kind of you to take the trouble .
Evelyn Porteous

Added by evelyn porteous on Sep 03, 2014 3:37 PM

Edward DeVera
JC Mooney photo request
I'm posting the photo for JC.
I am also establishing memorials for:
Ollie A. Mooney
Bobby G. Mooney

Added by Edward DeVera on May 28, 2014 7:26 PM

Christene
RE: Thanks!
Yes I did clean it off best I could, it was partially buried. I keep forgetting to take a gentle brush with me when I go on these cemetery visits. So I did the best I could.

I am so glad I could help you. I have to tell you it was super windy yesterday and there were a bunch of flowers blown everywhere. so I found single yellow rose (there was no way for me to figure out which grave it came from otherwise I wouldn't put someone else's flower on another's grave) but I put stuck yellow rose in the ground at her grave. I just wish I had thought to take the photo afterward.

This cemetery is near me, so if you need anymore, just post the request and I will go look for them!

Christene

Added by Christene on Jan 17, 2014 1:51 PM

Sheree
RE: Thanks!
Your very welcome :)

Added by Sheree on Apr 10, 2013 11:01 AM

Larry Lagut
RE: Thanks
I was glad To take those photo for you. By the way THANK YOU for the service you did for our country. I'm glad to meet you . Larry

Added by Larry Lagut on Apr 02, 2013 6:46 PM

Bill OBrien
Daniel Abel - Exeter
I was able to find Daniel and I am also adding photos to his wife Maria and infant daughter Lucy M. Glad I could help out,

Bill O'Brien

Added by Bill OBrien on Apr 02, 2013 1:56 PM

Barbara Wolf
RE: Thanks!
I was glad to help you out. Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on Feb 04, 2013 10:22 AM

Barbara Wolf
Dean Carmichael
You requested more information on the above. I did find something about him and maybe some of the others will be there too. Go to www.nobleco.lib.in.us, click on genealogy, click on Noble County records collected by C. J. Whan then click on Whan Collection. I found him under obits but there is other areas you can look too. I hope this helps a little. Barb

Added by Barbara Wolf on Jan 07, 2013 2:01 PM

Roberta
Dr Carver
I got everything added for you :)

Added by Roberta on Dec 27, 2012 6:57 PM

Toni
Mooney, Barry Dale
Must go back and get pic. Unable to find it the first time.
Blk A-Row 25-Sp 42

Added by Toni on Jun 27, 2012 5:57 PM

 
 

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