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daveat1910 (#47196943)
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Gary Monigold
RE: edits
Thanks Dave and you're very welcome. I just figured it out myself and I don't think Find A Grave has sent anything out to inform it's members about how the new edits works!

Added by Gary Monigold on May 05, 2014 5:34 PM

MARK MYERS
KORTMAN
THANKS FOR TRANSFER OF RICHARD KORTMAN.

MARK

Added by MARK MYERS on May 02, 2014 7:28 AM

Gary Monigold
RE: George/Elizabeth
Looks great! Thanks again.

Added by Gary Monigold on Mar 29, 2014 9:16 AM

Gloria Cathcart
RE: transfers (4)
Thanks so much Dave. I will take good care of them!! I appreciate the work you have done and I so enjoy Find A Grave!
Gloria

Added by Gloria Cathcart on Jan 06, 2014 11:02 AM

H1
RE: basswood cemetery
Thank you so much for all the updates.

Added by H1 on Dec 07, 2013 8:38 PM

Sandra Lennox
RE: requests
Thank you for doing the updates and all the
hard work you do for Find A Grave.
Sandy

Added by Sandra Lennox on Nov 30, 2013 4:10 PM

Susie
RE: requests
Thank you Dave. Susie

Added by Susie on Oct 07, 2013 7:06 PM

Luke Davidson
Delilah Harr
Do you know anything about Delilah Harr 60267054.
She is buried in Blaisdell Cemetery in Lafayette Wisconsin.

Added by Luke Davidson on Sep 27, 2013 11:53 PM

Kathy Miller
RE: Transfer of Great Grandparents Memorials
Thank you so much!

Kathy

Added by Kathy Miller on May 16, 2013 9:11 AM

Kathy Miller
Transfer of Great Grandparents Memorials
Hi,
I would like to request the transfer of my great grandparents memorials that you have posted from the Blaisdell cemetery. Frank Drews #60267243 and his wife Elise #60267241. They were the father and stepmother of my grandmother Hedwig Marie Drews Mann Tornow. My # is 47869383.
Thanking you in advance.

Kathy Mann Miller

Added by Kathy Miller on May 15, 2013 10:51 PM

kob
RE: o'brien
Thanks so much for posting the links for Frank's parents!

Added by kob on May 08, 2013 10:22 PM

D.Frederick Birely
RE:Samuel Runkle in Oneco, Illinois
thank you for your time and patience in finding his stone, its greatly appreciated.

fritz

Added by D.Frederick Birely on Oct 02, 2012 5:10 PM

scottsheat
RE: August B. bio
Hi, from a beautiful, warm Autumn day - and many thanks

Added by scottsheat on Sep 22, 2012 7:45 AM

Scott Coyle
RE: Margaret Runkle
Thanks for checking the headstones. And thanks for adding the memorials.

Added by Scott Coyle on Aug 16, 2012 7:21 PM

Scott Coyle
RE: Margaret Runkle
Thanks!
This is what I have for dates:
Cyrus Franklin Runkle
b: 19 Sep 1852 in Rock Grove, Stephenson, IL
d: 21 Jan 1929 in Orangeville, Stephenson, IL +Mary Ellen Sawdey
b: Nov 1854 in WI
d: 13 Sep 1878 in Oneco, Stephenson, IL
*2nd Wife of Cyrus Franklin Runkle: +Margaret Maritta Sawdey
b: 14 Jun 1856 in Wayne, Lafayette, WI
d: 16 Dec 1912 in Orangeville, Stephenson, IL

Added by Scott Coyle on Aug 15, 2012 3:44 PM

D.Frederick Birely
RE: Runkle
Thank you for your time and efforts..it is greatly appreciated.

Added by D.Frederick Birely on Aug 04, 2012 3:07 PM

rkclove
Aaron and Mary Ann Dietmeier Heise
Thank you for taking the picture of Aaron and Mary Ann Dietmeier Heise's headstone. Very much appreciated!

Added by rkclove on Aug 04, 2012 1:31 PM

Marci Cranston Hess
RE: Blaidell Cemetery
I enjoy it too. It feels good to help folks and I love being outside walking around, using a camera, and sleuthing! I've seen some lovely spots in this area of Wisc because other folks need photos!!!

Added by Marci Cranston Hess on Jul 23, 2012 7:16 PM

Marci Cranston Hess
RE: Blaidell Cemetery
Yes, so sorry for not be more clear. I guess I expect everyone to read my mind and that's not a place most folks want to go!!! I'll get those photos on my next round!

Added by Marci Cranston Hess on Jul 23, 2012 5:47 PM

Marci Cranston Hess
Blaidell Cemetery
Could you give me directions to this cemetery, please? Pick any town and point me from there. There's a photo request and I'd be happy to fulfill it for the person but have no idea where this cemetery is. Thanks!!

Added by Marci Cranston Hess on Jul 23, 2012 10:33 AM

D.Frederick Birely
RE: Runkle in Oneco, Illinois
thank you i found out that its most likely Samuel Runkle..I found an obit, which from the age of that stone and its shape makes me feel its him ,
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~SAMUEL RUNKLE , was born in Berks county, Pennsylvania August 20, 1811 and died in Oneco, Stephenson county, Illinois, February 21, 1904, aged 92 years and 6 months. He was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Keen, of Berks county, Pennsylvania, in A. D. 1834. To this union were born eight children, five sons and three daughters, one son dying in infancy. In the year 1845 he, with his family, emigrated to Illinois and located on a farm in Rock Grove township, Stephenson county, Illinois. Here they resided for fifteen years, then moved to what is known at present as Laborde Mill. Later on he resided in the village of Oneco and finally moved onto a farm near Oneco, where the rest of his life was spent. In this home his companion died May the 31st., 1884. He married a second time, in the year 1885 to Mrs. Cornelia Davis, who proceded him to the sprit world four years ago.

Mr. Runkle spent about two years with his son Cyrus, and on the 20th of last August came to live with his daughter, Mary J. Keister, of Oneco. He leaves to morn his departure the following children: Wm. Runkle, of Lakefield, Minnesota; John H., James P. and Amelia Hartman, of Spencer, Iowa; Cyrus J. and Mrs. Mary Kiester, of Oneco, Illinois, and Mrs. Sarah Faust, of Meeteesee, Wyoming, also forty grand children, fifty-two grandchildren, great grandchildren, four great great grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters- Hugh Runkle, of Orangeville, Illinois; James Runkle and two sisters, of Pennsylvania, and a host of other relatives. Mr. Runkle was converted at Rock Grove in the year 1858, and united with the Reformed church. For the past eight or ten years he spent much of his time reading God's word. His daughter Mary J. Kiester procured for him a German bible nearly 100 years old. This he used of late years. His body rests in the Oneco cemetery. J. Groff --- newspaper clipping
contributed by Dave Runkle~~~~~~..please delete this message lol

Added by D.Frederick Birely on Jul 22, 2012 10:37 PM

The Kleckler Family
RE: Giese Michael
Thanks, but I read 81 years on the photo that I took.

Added by The Kleckler Family on Jul 11, 2012 9:57 PM

SL Shippy
kohn
your welcome

Added by SL Shippy on Jul 03, 2012 3:50 PM

Dawn Baker
RE: Transfer
Awesome! Thank you very much. I think I mentioned that we stopped by there in April, and a very nice local man was mowing the cemetery. It was quite windy, but clear, and we spent about an hour photographing the markers for my family.
I have made several trips to Seattle to use the extensive genealogy collection in the main branch of the library. It's an amazing library.

Thanks again~
Dawn.

Added by Dawn Baker on Jul 08, 2011 11:35 AM

Dawn Baker
RE: Blaisdell Cemetery location
I was referring to the situation when I try to "Add a Photo" to the cemetery itself - how does a member determine who is the owner/manager of an entire cemetery?
My apologies if that is not you - you seem to have done the majority of the work for Blaisdell, for which I am very grateful.
I will send you transfer requests for my family members in the next day or so.
Thanks again for all your work!
Dawn.

Added by Dawn Baker on Jul 08, 2011 9:38 AM

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