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Karen Baker (#47162076)
 member for 6 years, 9 months, 25 days
Steve Bailey
Uriah Wolbach
Karen, I am seeking info about Uriah Wolbach who I believe to be my ggrandfather. I visited his grave in Wallace Ne and thought it curious that his stone seemed much newer than most of the remaining stones. His death occurred July 3, 1892 and other stones had dates in that same time period. Wondering if his stone had been replaced at some point. My grandmother Mable May Wolbach never knew her father as she was born May 7 1892 so she was only 2 months old when he was killed.It was also strange that the engraving on the stone made no mention of loved ones remaining etc.I would love to receive any info or a photo of Uriah if that is at all possible. If you could put me in-touch with anyone who might have info it would be greatly appreciated.I realize you might not have info but I don't want to miss and possibilities.
Regards, Shirley Bailey

Added by Steve Bailey on Dec 07, 2014 9:50 PM

Teresa Townsell
A big thank you!
Karen, Thank you for posting the pictures and information on the graves in Sutherland Riverview Cemetery. Through your work I located the graves on Clara (?) Robb (1868-1901) and her son, William "Willie" K. Robb (1888-1906). I, especially needed the birth and death dates for Clara, and certainly had no idea where either were buried. Thank goodness for the public form of Find-a-Grave, and hard-working volunteers like you. In addition, with a lack of photographs on so many people from back then, it is at least nice to have a photo of their gravestones. Since I live in the Seattle area, your work made this possible. So, again, a big thank you for your work!
Warm regards!
Teresa Townsell

Added by Teresa Townsell on Jun 03, 2012 3:19 PM

Beverly Davis Valcovic
Fisher at Riverside
Thank you so much for braving the weather, finding and photographing Eulora's grave!

Added by Beverly Davis Valcovic on Jan 27, 2010 11:03 AM

Brandy Baker
McCook Jussel's
Karen,

Yes, I am related to the Jussel's in McCook Nebraska. Sorry it took so long to get back to you.

Brandy

Added by Brandy Baker on Jan 17, 2010 3:44 PM

Shonneen Goldtrap
Walker photo's
Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to get the Walker photo's for me. I so do appreciate it. I hope to repay the favor someday.

Added by Shonneen Goldtrap on Nov 25, 2009 12:00 PM

Anita Jones
Mary Lida Custer Graves
Dear Ms. Karen:

I would like to thank you for taking the time and effort to provide a picture of William and Mary Lida Graves stone. I lIve in Colorado and would probably never have the opportunity to obtain the picture. In deep gratitude. Sincerely yours, Anita Jones

Added by Anita Jones on Nov 24, 2009 10:06 AM

Brandy Baker
RE: Jussel in McCook
Karen,

Yes, my grandmother is the daughter of Mamie "Helen" Jussel

Brandy

Added by Brandy Baker on Oct 29, 2009 12:02 PM

Chrish
Charles Edward Matolock
Thank you Karen for taking that picture for me.

Added by Chrish on Oct 18, 2009 8:46 PM

Chrish
Elmer Cemetery
can you take pictures at the Elmer Cemetery in Nebraska I believe we found that it is in Hayes county area? We have some Fletchers. Willis and Catherin Fletcher. Mimmi and Nillie Matlock one or the other is there (these are babies) and some should be buried there McDougals.
Thank you
ChrisH

Added by Chrish on Sep 25, 2009 1:05 PM

Brandy Baker
removing photos
I'm not sure how to take a photo off of a memorial site. I'll try to find out.

Added by Brandy Baker on Sep 17, 2009 11:42 AM

Brandy Baker
Jussel Family
Are you related to the Jussel's of McCook, Nebraska?

Added by Brandy Baker on Sep 12, 2009 6:23 PM

Brandy Baker
Mary Jussell
Thank you for taking the photo of Mary Jusells headstone.

Added by Brandy Baker on Sep 12, 2009 6:15 PM

Brandy Baker
Maxine Ahrens
Maxine was the 2nd wife of Alfred Herman Ahrens, could you transfer the picter that you took from Mami Helen Ahrens to Maxine Joy Ahrens. Thank you!

Added by Brandy Baker on Sep 12, 2009 6:10 PM

Brandy Baker
Ahrens
Thank you for the photo that you took of Alfred Ahrens. Alfred was the grandson of Fred Ahrens. So Fred would have been born in the 1800's. Thank you for your help though.

Added by Brandy Baker on Sep 12, 2009 5:56 PM

Modrell/Doyle/Isaac/Busboom/Heid Families
Annie Mae Doyle Beebe
Thanks Karen for finding Annie's gravesite. Your time is very much appreciated. Shirley Modrell Heid

Added by Modrell/Doyle/Isaac/Busbo... on Sep 04, 2009 12:07 PM

Librarian Jessie
Thank you for the photo
The photo of Julia McMichael McCormick's resting place is really appreciated. Thank you for your hard work.

Added by Librarian Jessie on Sep 03, 2009 9:37 PM

CGL
Grace Pugh (et al)
Thank you so much for volunteering to take these photos and passing them on. I made the request them on behalf of a friend who is not a site member. She asked me to forward the following to you. ~Carolyn

"Karen, Thank you for the time and effort you spent getting the multiple photos of graves of my distant relatives. Grace is a daughter from my YOUNG family lines and this information plugs one more hole in the family. You have a kind and generous heart to help a stranger. Barbara"

Added by CGL on Sep 03, 2009 6:54 PM

Chrish
Charles Matlock
Thank you so much for putting up the pictures of my great grand Father. do you live it that area? I have a few more that i would like to be taken.
Again thanks appreciate all your help
Chrish

Added by Chrish on Sep 03, 2009 1:43 PM

KimK
Wilson Photos
Thanks so much! They look great. This may give me the military info on John to find his Civil War records and break thru one of my brick walls.

Thanks Again!!

Added by KimK on Sep 03, 2009 9:28 AM

Geo Clinton
Jeffers
Thanks for the picture of William Jeffers grave but it looks like it is the picture of his sons grave. They years are wrong. Georgea

Added by Geo Clinton on Sep 03, 2009 6:17 AM

 
 

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