|amy aubol||Adam Seeder|
If this is the correct Adam seeder He had 6 siblings including himself. His father may be Henry Seeder born in Ohio in about 1880. Henry was married to a Katie seeder who immigrated from russia about 1900.
Adam may have had a sister named Hannah M seeder. who is my fathers mother. who would be my grandmother. Is this a match? i would so very much love to know!! My Grandmother Hannah had such a tragic story so i know very little of my family. I think my dad would like to Know because he lost his mother Hannah M Seeder Ragan when he was 6-8mo. old. Any matches would be a blessing.
Added by amy aubol on Jan 15, 2012 8:20 AM
|Rick H||RE: Helms|
Thank you Heidi
Added by Rick H on Jan 13, 2012 1:04 PM
As I am related to Andrew (#28962353) and Flavilla [Witmyer] Helms would you like to transfer management of their record to me?
Added by Rick H on Jan 10, 2012 6:35 AM
|Rick H||Flavilla Helms|
Can you please link Flavilla Helms to her father William Witmyer #62817849?
Added by Rick H on Oct 06, 2011 12:51 PM
|Trellis||Incorrect death date|
His gravestone picture clearly shows a DOD of 1918. However, the posting says "1916."
Added by Trellis on Sep 11, 2011 6:25 PM
|roots56||RE: Camden Cemetery|
You are more than welcome to use them and I don't need any credit for them. I'm glad I was able to help.
Added by roots56 on Jun 27, 2011 4:37 AM
|charlott jones||Frederick H. Vunk|
Would you please transfer this to me, as he was a member of my family. Thank you....
Added by charlott jones on Jun 05, 2011 9:22 AM
|Christopher A Ballard||RE: Pine Log Cemetery|
You're welcome. I will go back to pine log again soon and see if I can find Nancy Treanor. I have several others to locate there also and just found out there is a plot locator kiosk at the cemetary that I didn't know about before.
If you would like I can email the full size images to you. They are pretty large files (over 6mb/each) but can resize to what you need.
Added by Christopher A Ballard on May 10, 2011 4:28 PM
|sharon weeks wallace||RE: Womble|
You are very welcome.
Noting the name unusual for around here, I noticed several more in index of our cemetery book but only saw one Womble in ChristChurch. I looked again and saw there are nine others in a cemetery across the line in Arkansas -Hickory Grove . Plots birth dates are back as early as 1884 with burials as late as 1972. If you like I will scan that section in my book and send it to you.
Added by sharon weeks wallace on Apr 17, 2011 6:13 AM
|Kari M.||Mrs. Newland Obit|
I have added the obit to her page
Added by Kari M. on Apr 04, 2011 6:59 AM
|Kari M.||Mabel Glover Obit|
Came across the obit from searching the historic Colorado newspaper collection...I think this is the link
It is a scanned copy of the newspaper.
At this very moment, I could not actually find the link to Mabel's obit again...but, yes indeed what a sad story.
The obit was published in the "Bayfied Blade". If you cannot find it at the Historical newspaper weblink, perhaps someone from the Bayfield or Durango Library can help you. The date of publication should be noted at the bottom of my entry on the Find A Grave page (obit for Mabel).
On the Historic Newspaper site:
I think originally I just selected the paper "the Bayfield Blade" and then keyword "obituaries"...(maybe with a date range)something like that...hope this helps you!
Note: I spent an entire day searching for obits from the Historical newspaper site...I was overjoyed when I started getting hits (especially for people who are buried at Bayfield...I photographed the entire Bayfield cemetery & just wanted to add more information...)
Added by Kari M. on Apr 02, 2011 7:44 PM
|Leo James||RE: WEHRBEIN|
No, I'm not related, I knew Audrey Poteet Wehrbein, and I just made those memorials for her and her family.
Added by Leo James on Feb 21, 2011 12:58 PM
|Don Meuchel||Clark County Poor Farm Cemetery|
Hey Heidi :
If you are interested, I took a photo of the only remaining grave marker at this cemetery.It is the headstone of Elias Koser - b.1857 - d.1929
Added by Don Meuchel on Dec 22, 2010 4:31 PM
|Darlene Williams||Treanor at Jenkins Cemetery|
Heidi, I have the pictures of Rosie, Lulu, Martha and Peter Treanor. I will upload them this week. I would also like to email you pictures I took of the cemetery and the fenced area where they are. It is UNBELIEVABLE to say the least. I would not post them on their memorial. If you are interested, please email me at email@example.com. My name is Darlene Williams and my Great Great Grandparents and my Grest Great Grandmother are buried here, as well as at least one other ancestor that I haven't identified yet. Also, did you ever get the names of the funeral homes in that area? I was thinking I sent them to you a while back. if not let me know and I will get them for you.Thanks!
Added by Darlene Williams on Nov 07, 2010 7:45 AM
|Frank Crisler||RE: Gillam photos|
You're welcome, Heidi. It made for an interesting Saturday afternoon.
By the way, note the death date on the stone for Susie M. Gillam. I'm not sure which is right, 1967 or 1974.
My wife is an RN, and took care of Earl Gillam in Lake Preston, SD before he died. His was the hardest stone to find, but she wouldn't give up until we found it. I learned a lessonódon't assume a stone is not there, just because it's not in the family plot. It could be anywhere, and so it was.
Added by Frank Crisler on Oct 07, 2010 2:22 PM
|officerswife1999 (Jen)||RE: Melvin Buster|
Added by officerswife1999 (Jen) on Jul 28, 2010 3:04 PM
|Sarah N Myers||James Admire|
Im not capable of getting the photo you requested since im in Oregon but i do have his death certificate if youd like me to post it to his memorial.
Added by Sarah N Myers on Jun 27, 2010 11:48 PM
|Nell Smith||RE: Lockwood grave|
I don't remember, but I have more to take so I'll check. Nell
Added by Nell Smith on Jun 14, 2010 6:34 PM
|Brian Capouch||RE: Independence Cem|
Sorry for the delay; it's better to contact me off findagrave, as I work there only sporadically.
I have pictures of every grave at Independence, as well as inscriptions from all of them, as part of a project I was involved in last fall.
Just let me know who, although it may take me a while to find the pictures and get them posted.
Added by Brian Capouch on Jun 07, 2010 12:15 AM
Ok sounds good. Let me know which ones and I'll post them. You can probably make better sense of the names and be able to match up information much better than I can. I will post those to you as soon as I finish up the other photo requests we did today. There were a lot of bartletts at this site so be ready. I dont even think I got them all!
Added by PreacherJames on Jun 03, 2010 9:50 PM
I went to Hepzibah Cemtery today in WV to take photos for your request. The cemetery is in pretty bad shape. However I managed to take a lot of photos of Bartlett's. I have one I was told it was rebecca's by a lady who happened to be there but it is not readable in any shape form or fashion. However the marker next to it is a bartlett that you can make out was born in 17-- something. If you are interested in these photos I will be happy to email them to you so you can do what you want with them or I can crop and blow them up and try to read the names and dates and get those to you so you can make a memorial for them if you want to do that and request a photo and I will post them. However you wish to do it is fine.
Hope this helps.
Added by PreacherJames on Jun 03, 2010 8:23 PM
|Leon Barton||Litke Family|
Sorry about the duplications!
Added by Leon Barton on Jun 01, 2010 5:56 AM
|Leon Barton||Litke Family|
I transfered three of your Litke family buried in the Campo Cemetery and two buried in the Mount Carmel Cemetery as you requested. Enjoy!
Added by Leon Barton on May 30, 2010 8:01 PM
|Chloe||Franklin M. Lewis #31069713|
Hello again, Heidi. Here are a couple of details regarding your Franklin M. Lewis memorial if you wouldn't mind copying and pasting them in the biographical section of his memorial. :-)
Franklin's middle name was Myers. His mother was: Margaret(h) 'Maggie' Dauphin Lewis. His father was Andrew Taylor Lewis (memorial #31069346).
Franklin had two siblings:
1) Arthur Hamilton Lewis, Portland, Orehon Attorney. Arthur was born 11 July, 1888 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California. He married Emmelia Robison in 1914. Arthur and Emmelia had two children: Olive Margaret, born 1917/18 and Nancy Jane.
2) 'Lizzie' Elizabeth P. Lewis, born July 13, 1890 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon. 'Lizzi' marrie J. H. Scott. They had two children: Lewis Eugene Scott and Gordon Scott. Lizzie died in April, 1976.
Added by Chloe on Apr 24, 2010 6:21 AM
|Chloe||Andrew Taylor Lewis #31069346|
Hello Heidi... Would it be possible for you to transfer the Andrew Taylor Lewis monument to me to maintain? He is my gr. gr. grand-uncle and I have lots of great biographical information on him and pictures I could post. i would be so appreciative! Thank you...
Chloe Perdew, contributor #47159257
Added by Chloe on Apr 24, 2010 6:00 AM