|Bill Macy||Sameul Sheddy|
Hi Connie - Been a while since we have corresponded. Would like your permission to use the grave stone photo of Samuel Sheddy #61692045. He is a brother two one of my kin, by marriage. Thanks. Bill.
Added by Bill Macy on Jul 19, 2015 10:32 AM
|Drew McKerlie||Hasson Line|
Would you or Leanne have more sources on this line? Therisa 50228160 and her husband Nathan I think i found there son William Hasson Millhaem 87416079 but the person on his stone is different from my finding so wanted to double check was actually him
Added by Drew McKerlie on Jun 14, 2015 9:45 AM
|Barbara Wineinger||Elkana's wife Anna Lowman|
Do you think Anna is at Ashton Cemetery??? I have been trying to find her exact death date.
Added by Barbara Wineinger on Jun 09, 2015 10:52 AM
|Barbara Wineinger||Elkana Cain Falen|
Elkana is buried at Ashton Cemetery, Hope, Dickinson, Kansas. He has no marker. Or if he did,
it has disintegrated or overgrown.
Added by Barbara Wineinger on Jun 09, 2015 10:14 AM
My husbands Phillip Viets grandmother is or was Lena Langvart. Married a Charlie Viets in 1900. Just wonder if you are kin. They lived in Kansas near Topeka before coming to Texas.
Added by June Viets on May 17, 2015 7:19 AM
|Jeanette h ||Drebing|
I see that you have posted several memorials that are my direct relatives. I was wondering if you would mind transferring them to me if you don't have a connection to them.
Margaret Degenhardt Drebing 130871356
Otto J Drebing 130871357
Leroy A. Drebing 130871354
Otto and Margaret are my great grandparents and Leroy was their infant son. My grandmother talked about Leroy a lot. It was always so heart breaking to hear her talk about his death as such a young child. They were both sick and Ethel survived and lived to be 99.
Thank you for your time and all that you do.
Added by Jeanette h on May 07, 2015 10:46 AM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Vera E Snow Lundeen|
Connie, Thanks for the transfer of the above Snow site. She is now linked to her parents. I'm working on her Snow lineage now. Have a great day. Richard
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Apr 20, 2015 10:19 AM
|Debra Romaniuk||Auld Bennington|
Can I please manage these to? They are direct relatives of mine ...I'll be in bennington next month...do you know where I can go and get records
? Library or hall of records? cemetery records?? thank you so much
Added by Debra Romaniuk on Apr 16, 2015 11:28 AM
|Beth Harness-Horwitz||Emma Terrass Helms|
Sorry! I left the "Helms" off of her name. She's at Saint John Lutheran Cemetery in Alma, Kansas.
Added by Beth Harness-Horwitz on Apr 15, 2015 9:47 AM
|Beth Harness-Horwitz||Emma Terrass grave|
Thanks so much for posting this. The "Ceborne" is actually the German "geborne," meaning born. "Gest" means died. Confusing, I know. I wish I could make out the exact biblical citation on the stone. It looks to be 2 Corinthians (?), but can't make out the remaining number. Anyway, thank you!
Added by Beth Harness-Horwitz on Apr 14, 2015 12:29 PM
|Susan||Strauss ~ 97800566|
Thanks, Connie. Somehow the 'R' didn't get posted.
Added by Susan on Apr 11, 2015 10:21 PM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Lori A. White Cook #144459434|
Connie, If you would like me to transfer this memorial let me know. Sorry to hear of her passing. Richard
Added by Mayflower Pilgrim 332 on Apr 02, 2015 8:23 AM
|R & J Black & G Key||Miller|
Thank you so much for the kind transfer. Happy 2015!
Added by R & J Black & G Key on Mar 01, 2015 11:38 AM
|Susan||HELLER, Henrietta Emma Strauss #97789858|
Thank you for adding Henrietta Emma's memorial; as well as her family members. Headstones are wonderful!
Henrietta married my Great, Great Uncle John "William" Heller. I have a newspaper article that was run in the Wichita Eagle on May 19, 1951, when she celebrated her 90th Birthday.
It said her birthday was yesterday (18 May). She was born in Germany and immigrated with her parents when two years old. I have their marriage license to document the date of their marriage.
Henrietta never had children and "William's" first wife lost all her children in infancy. William was very important to our family. He encouraged my Great, Great Grandfather to come to the U.S., and taught him the trade of Butcher. My Great-Great, Great and Grandfather were all Butchers.
Do you know how I might find Henrietta's obituary, or more information on her? Is there a contact at the Milford Cemetery or a newspaper in Milford?
Any direction to find her death date would be appreciated. Hope to hear from you!
Thank you, Susan
Added by Susan on Feb 24, 2015 3:53 AM
Thank you for the transfer and for all that you do!
Added by SR0220 on Feb 19, 2015 12:41 PM
The Ganders, Barton's owned a lot of property in Muskingum County, Ohio and some near the Krigbaum's and Dutro's. The Dutro's would eventually marry into the Barton's (twice) and Buck side.I now know why dad left Taylorsville/Philo. lol
Added by Kay on Feb 07, 2015 1:09 PM
Thanks Connie...I appreciate it. Like so many, the"Crow" line was difficult. My sis informed me that when Granma Nellie Crow barton was at our house, a realtive came and visited, last name of Dobson. This person she said had Indian blood. Well, if she did, i don't think it came from Crow side
Added by Kay on Feb 07, 2015 1:01 PM
Connie, you can transfer Lillie if you wish. I can link her to Silas after you make the transfer. I also may be able to find Lillie's daughter, Myrtle Jeffers and link them too. The Dilley infant in Milford is Lillie's son.
Added by Diana on Jan 30, 2015 10:17 PM
Connie, that is quite possible. I do know that Walter was born prior to Silas marriage to Mary Walley in 1895. I have a picture that may have been their wedding picture and Walter is about 7-9 years old, standing beside his new mother as she sits in a chair and Silas is standing behind the chair. In the 1900 census, Silas and Mary had been married for 5 years. I wonder if Ruth in Gypsum Hill is yet another wife and Johnnie and Laura were her children. My Silas was the only Stonebraker in Salina from 1870-1880. His brothers were all still in Indiana in 1880 and came to Kansas later.
Added by Diana on Jan 30, 2015 9:51 PM
|Becky Doan||RE: Lillie Dossey|
Not a problem. I know I found William's first and added it, then added Layton's. I guess I thought Find A Grave usually puts them in order by year of marriage, but guess not! Thanks for tolerating me!!!! Becky
Added by Becky Doan on Jan 29, 2015 12:17 PM
|Becky Doan||RE: Lillie Dossey|
Added by Becky Doan on Jan 29, 2015 10:35 AM
|Honoring those who have gone before||Rev. Robert Merle Fleenor|
You posted a headstone photo on Find A Grave Memorial# 120596443. Is there any way for you to post it on this memorial instead? Find A Grave Memorial# 65189079.
I don't want to ask the manager of the first memorial to delete his until after you could repost your headstone photo.
Honoring those who have gone before.
Added by Honoring those who have g... on Jan 27, 2015 1:34 AM
|Russell Alan Babcock||James BOYDSTON|
Connie, many thanks for your attempt to find a marker for this old "Born in slavery, but died a free man". I'll take down my photo request, and mark him "no marker to be found" in my files. Russell
Added by Russell Alan Babcock on Jan 25, 2015 8:02 AM
|Karen Bracey||THANK YOU|
wOw! That was fast! Thanks for attaching a photo of Pauline and Jay's stone to her memorial.
Added by Karen Bracey on Dec 28, 2014 4:24 AM
|Fran Eichorst||Thank you!|
Thanks for transferring the grave site of Henrietta Maike Dieball. And thank you for all your work on find a grave.
Added by Fran Eichorst on Dec 26, 2014 6:07 PM