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Henry6716 (#47296889)
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Peggy Bargen Duey
Find A Grave Changes
A friend told me about this change a couple days after this was deployed. I have sent an edit/s to you so I thought maybe you didn't know about it. You might want to pass it on to your friends. thanks!!! ~Peggy
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New "Automated" system for "Suggest a Correction/Submit an Edit"

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New System for Memorial Edits deployed by FindAGrave on 12/5/2013

Go to your Contributor/Profile page. Look in the upper right corner. You should now see a tab called "Edits" - check there to see if any have been submitted to you. Then just review and accept.

Way easier for doing updates to names/dates/places/plot numbers/links. If you don't approve within 21 days it will automatically accept it.

You still will get e-mails to add info to bio section.

Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Nov 03, 2015 5:57 PM

pduff
ulia McQunn
Please transfer my 2nd g-gmother (mem. #59247500) to the Calvary Cem. in Wymore, NE. Thank you for your time. Pat Duff (mem#47885431)

Added by pduff on Aug 29, 2014 11:30 AM

Peggy Bargen Duey
RE: Fern Lowery
I will just type it and send it thru the edit tab on her memorial. The editor has given permission to put obits on Find A Grave.

Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Jan 08, 2014 9:41 AM

Peggy Bargen Duey
Fern Lowery
Would you like the full obit from The Nelson Gazette for her memorial?

Added by Peggy Bargen Duey on Jan 08, 2014 8:04 AM

Carman DM
Bert McClenahan
The information that I have is what I got from Wyuka Cemetery so I don't imagine it would do me any good to call again. Thanks for trying, I appreciate your effort.

Added by Carman DM on Nov 02, 2013 8:17 PM

Heartland Volunteer
Headstone photo
Thank you so much for the headstone photo for John Dodrill!! The time and effort are greatly appreciated! Be blessed!

Added by Heartland Volunteer on Aug 29, 2013 9:35 PM

Heartland Volunteer
Headstone Photo
Thank you so much for the photo!! The time and effort are greatly appreciated! Be blessed!

Added by Heartland Volunteer on Aug 29, 2013 9:34 PM

Loren Bender
Howard H. Johnson
Thanks for the great photo. I played golf at crooked creek in Lincoln and I think I remember seeing the Alvo Cemetery on my way down from Omaha. He was in the 134th infantry which was was the equivelant to the Nebraska National Guard in World War II.I try to find out as much info as I can but when your name is Howard Johnson its a lost cause too many Johnsons too many false leads . Thanks again! Loren Bender

Added by Loren Bender on Aug 07, 2013 7:41 PM

estella michels
Mary Delahanty Freeman
Henry, we found the husband of Mary Delahanty Freeman and would like the info added. He is on findagrave also.
John Freeman 24 June 1809 Co Clare Ireland and died 7 Nov 1888 Dubuque IA buried Mt Olivet cemetery.

we are so glad you are doing what you do so well.
the family's descendants never knew a thing and now they have it all. THANK YOU so MUCH!

Added by estella michels on Jul 10, 2013 12:21 PM

Jeanne Pritchett
Haning Photos
Thank you so much for the photos for Irene & Orville!

Added by Jeanne Pritchett on Jun 16, 2013 10:11 PM

bob toelle
thanks for the Hanawalt photo
Nice timing to get the flowers blooming!

Added by bob toelle on May 28, 2013 8:37 PM

Terry T
THANKS!
Your efforts are greatly appreciated!

Added by Terry T on May 20, 2013 4:38 PM

ProgBase
Betty Reynolds
All yours

Added by ProgBase on Feb 23, 2013 2:17 PM

estella michels
RE: Mary Anna Freeman
No if I was out wherever you are I would give you a hug and say "thank you". This has been a sad and happy journey, I am a volunteer,I feel like I am related as I have been into this family researching since May. Not for money, but for love, 2 of them gave me a little, pays for the electricity , paper and ink. These people did not know past their grand parents. Now they have great great grand parents all because one man in NY was interested, and he contacted me. What I found for him sent him to the bottom and to the top in learning all about his close family and his ancestors. Now they all are so interested and grateful and are coming to Iowa to meet each other. Hearing they have tears in their eyes of joy makes it all worth while. The invited me as a 'relative' which I am not, to be at their reunion. I can name the 13 kids in order by heart, they have a hard time and need to look at a paper. I love genealogy. I found for a lady in Chicago who was adopted out, her 4 siblings and never charged her a cent. Because my dad was kidnapped from woodbury county at age 4 and put in an orphans home in Dubuque & never saw his mom or family again. I lost my mom at age just 9. was atough life. at 13 my dad left me in charge or 4 kids and a farm , cows, pigs, feed us and drive to school 3 miles with no license for 10 days. Only one who knew we were alone was the cop as dad had to tell him or he would have given me a ticket. He just told dad, we'll keep an eye on her. I was born old and this is my fun, helping others. Estella

Added by estella michels on Sep 05, 2012 3:50 PM

estella michels
Mary Anna Freeman
Her 2 great grandsons would like you to put in her maiden name Delahanty so people know the connection to her family.
Would that be too hard. Else it is GREAT

Estella

Added by estella michels on Sep 05, 2012 2:29 PM

estella michels
RE: Mary Freeman
It was from the Wymorean weekly 27 Oct 1910. I condensed it and left out the names of the dozens and dozens of priests that took part. there was a short obit in a week later with not much info but the age of 82 was in.
Hope it is okay this way. Didn't want to name all the priests.
I saw the findagrave and it is nice now.

Thank you so much for doing this for us.
and we got Fathers James to check out yet. I did contact her, but am to busy canning tomatoes and doing genealogy for the 13 kids decendents. Plus I am 78. will get to it later. Thank you so very much. Estella

Added by estella michels on Sep 04, 2012 5:31 PM

estella michels
RE: Mary Freeman
Her husband John Freeman died after 1885. was on that census yet. not 1875.
obit
Mrs. J.J. Freeman died Tuesday evening at 11:50 after an illness of nine weeks. She was born at Tipperary, Ireland in Sept 1828, and came to America in 1839 when she was 11 years old, located in New York and from there went to St Louis and afterwards to Dubuque, Iowa, coming to Wymore, Neb, 20 years ago and kept house for her son Father James C. Freeman. Thirteen children were born, two died and eleven are living. Three sons Very Rev. J.C. Freeman, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic church, Lawrence Freeman of Cedar Rapids, IA. Richard Freeman of Long Island.
The daughters are, Mrs. Joseph Cunningham, York, NE: Mrs Ellen McCann, Mrs. John Kane, and Mrs. Hanna O'Rourke, of Omaha, NE: Mrs. Bridget Cain, Mrs. Katie Cashman and Mrs. Julia O'Rourke, Dubuque, Iowa; Mrs. Lizzie Kelley, Valley Falls, Kans. There are sixty-six grandchildren,and eighteen great grand children to mourn her loss. The funeral took place Friday at 10:30 AM at St. Mary's Catholic church, Very Rev. J. C. Freeman
sang the Requiem Mass. All the friends and relatives followed the remains in carriages and buggies to the Catholic cemetery northwest of Blue Springs. May her soul rest in peace.



Added by estella michels on Sep 04, 2012 2:20 PM

estella michels
RE: Mary Freeman
Her husband John Freeman died after 1885. was on that census yet. not 1875.
obit
Mrs. J.J. Freeman died Tuesday evening at 11:50 after an illness of nine weeks. She was born at Tipperary, Ireland in Sept 1828, and came to America in 1839 when she was 11 years old, located in New York and from there went to St Louis and afterwards to Dubuque, Iowa, coming to Wymore, Neb, 20 years ago and kept house for her son Father James C. Freeman. Thirteen children were born, two died and eleven are living. Three sons Very Rev. J.C. Freeman, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic church, Lawrence Freeman of Cedar Rapids, IA. Richard Freeman of Long Island.
The daughters are, Mrs. Joseph Cunningham, York, NE: Mrs Ellen McCann, Mrs. John Kane, and Mrs. Hanna O'Rourke, of Omaha, NE: Mrs. Bridget Cain, Mrs. Katie Cashman and Mrs. Julia O'Rourke, Dubuque, Iowa; Mrs. Lizzie Kelley, Valley Falls, Kans. There are sixty-six grandchildren,and eighteen great grand children to mourn her loss. The funeral took place Friday at 10:30 AM at St. Mary's Catholic church, Very Rev. J. C. Freeman
sang the Requiem Mass. All the friends and relatives followed the remains in carriages and buggies to the Catholic cemetery northwest of Blue Springs. May her soul rest in peace.



Added by estella michels on Sep 04, 2012 2:19 PM

estella michels
RE: Mary Freeman
John Freeman was buried in the cemetery behind St Raphael's cathedral in Dubuque, but that cemetery has been dug up for an apartment house and the BONEs were thrown in an area in Mt Olivet cemetery and no one can find a thing.
Nothing. So Sad. nothing on finda grave or IA gravestones or a thing. So what do we do. We know he existed as he gave her 13 cildren. If you have a law then then maybe the law needs to be changed. But however it can be done at least do not have Mary Anna as the wife of any of her 3 kids out there. That would be a disgrace and a lie. So do what you have to do. I am going to send your message to Tom Byers as he lives in NE
and is her grandson. Maybe he has an idea.

Added by estella michels on Sep 04, 2012 11:53 AM

estella michels
RE: Mary Freeman
the Mary Anna Freeman Sept 1828-19 Oct 1910 is not the wife of the priest. Her husband was John Freeman 1808- died after 1875 in Dubuque, IA
Married 24 Nov 1844 Dubuque, IA. they had 13 children.



Father James C. Freeman 9 Sept 1847-15 Nov 1915 is her son

John Freeman 13 Oct 1849- 8 Jan 1898 is her son

Anna Freeman 17 July 1870-10 Aug 1910 is her daughter

these 3 were her children.

can you enter it with this info on it?

Added by estella michels on Sep 03, 2012 1:38 PM

estella michels
RE: Mary Freeman
I am sorry for the confusion. I am not good at sending the messages. I am so glad you put the Freeman family on the site. but there is an error. Anna has to be Mary Anna Freeman as that was all she was ever called, she was born Sept 1828 in Tipperary and not 1928 as it says.
her death 1910 is correct, so is the info on John 1849-1898 and Anna 1870-1910 her son & Daughter.
Please change it to Mary Anna and change it from 1929 to 1829. then it will all be correct.
Thank you for putting up with a 78 year old who is sharp in some things but not find a grave messages. I got them on as public and did not want that either so I goofed the first time I wrote. Wish they could be taken off to. Estella Michels Manchester, IA. Volunteeer genealogist, they tell me I am the best in that anyhow.

Added by estella michels on Sep 03, 2012 2:34 AM

estella michels
mary Freeman
Her son Father James C. Freeman is buried in Calvary cemetery as to their records online. So that needs to be changed.
Would like to know for sure if she is here, his obit said he was laid beside her, Or was he moved? Estella Michels

Added by estella michels on Sep 01, 2012 7:37 PM

estella michels
Mary Freeman
On the Mary Freeman that I did not enter you have her born 1928 and dying 1910.
She was born Sept 1828 in Tipperary Ireland and died 19 Oct 1910 and as to Father James C. Freeman she was buried beside him.
I just sent in her information

Estella Michels

Added by estella michels on Sep 01, 2012 6:44 PM

T.Pat Wolfe
Warren s,Clara,&Hazel Woodard
Thanks for your time and efforts to try and find these Hazel was my Grandfather sister and have been looking for her a number of years I at least have a Death date now for her>ĦRose Hill (Waverly) Burial book
http://www.llcgs.net/getpageimage.php?pid=CV4-1513.gif this is where I got my Info is this the same as what yuo were shown.

Added by T.Pat Wolfe on Aug 09, 2012 1:34 AM

estella michels
freeman burials
I see Anna Freeman 1870-1910 who I believe is ours
and John Freeman 1849-1898.

We are desperately trying to find their mother
Mary Freeman born ca 1825-1830 Ireland.
was 80 in the 1910 Gage county census. lived with Anna and Father James C. Freeman at Wymore.
I am a volunteer in Manchester, Iowa and was asked by the Freeman family to help them. Is there any way to find where Mary is buried. She had 13 children and they were very poor.
you can reach me at estellam@windstream.net
Estella Michels

Added by estella michels on Jul 25, 2012 8:47 AM

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