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Debra (#47324320)
 member for 4 years, 29 days
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Jeanette
RE: Jackie
No biggie! You'd do the same!

Added by Jeanette on Jul 05, 2014 10:20 PM

Barbara Rowe
William Davis
Thank you so much for that lovely update for William Davis. Please by all means update any of my memorials equally. I appreciate your time and effort. I just haven't had time to do much as I recently have moved again. Barb

Added by Barbara Rowe on Jun 14, 2014 9:43 AM

Janet S. Alvis
Hurley Hoover
Debra!! You are a wonderful friend and I am so so thankful for your very hard work and findings of Hoovers and Hurleys! I could not have found them without you! Thank you so very much :)

Added by Janet S. Alvis on Jun 12, 2014 10:50 PM

Michael Curry
RE: Edward Curry
Thank you

Added by Michael Curry on Jun 11, 2014 11:34 AM

Julie Myers Stephen
RE: Michael Shunk
Thanks a bunch! If you happen to find any other Shunk's buried next to him please let me know. Extensively reswearching my Shunk family for years now.

Added by Julie Myers Stephen on Jun 07, 2014 4:31 PM

Jennifer Williams
J C Conover
Thank you for the headstone photos for Jonathan Combs Conover. He is my 4th great grandfather. I appreciate your help, because I am not sure I will ever make it to Illinois to see his final resting place.
Thanks again!
Jennifer

Added by Jennifer Williams on Jun 06, 2014 5:51 AM

Kay Arnold
Additions to Shermeyer memorials
Thank you very much for your additions to the memorials for Earl W. and Sallie Shermeyer. I appreciate it.
Kay

Added by Kay Arnold on Jun 03, 2014 12:13 PM

Leslie Postin
Maude Ratcliff
Thank you so much for the transfer, Debra!

Added by Leslie Postin on May 19, 2014 6:12 PM

Quilter79
Thanks
Thanks Debra for entering the Nancy A. Weddle (wife of R. J. Weddle) in the Sheldon's Grove Cemetery. I am still looking hard at these Schuyler county Weddles and trying to make the connection to our George A. Weddle.

Remember, he was the one found in 1870 with William Riley Weddle, but with your help, we determined that he probably wasn't the son of William Riley Weddle.

I am wondering if he is the son of Randolph Jackson Weddle, whom I believe is the brother of William Riley Weddle.

The patriarch and matirarch of this family are Amos Weddle and his wife, Nancy Carlock Weddle Mitchell.

Jeanie Weddle

Added by Quilter79 on May 19, 2014 9:13 AM

dbasile
Brown Family in Fulton, Illinois
Debra--thanks for transferring the Browns to me. Your work on these and all memorials you have contributed is so appreciated!

Doris (Brown) Basile
Find A Grave 47782402

Added by dbasile on May 18, 2014 10:06 AM

Baxter B. Fite III
RE: Nellie Runyon
Thanks and good to hear your mom is doing well. Hopefully you and your mom will have many pleasant days to walk those cemeteries together this year. I hope it will continue to be mild. Thanks again for the transfers and for all you have done for me and the 86th as well as for the Runyon family. Sincerely, Baxter

Added by Baxter B. Fite III on May 11, 2014 3:49 PM

Bonnie Koke
RE: Eugene Ringhouse
Thanks for adding this additional information. Uncle Gene was quite a very interesting man. We miss both him and Aunt Alvina.
Bonnie and husband, Doug

Added by Bonnie Koke on May 08, 2014 11:31 AM

HelenD
RE: Schoenhut Headstones
Debra,
I did get photos from the cemetery, but they were not as nice as the ones you took. So that's why I was so delighted to see yours. It really was so nice to have my family want to share in this project. Thank you for your offer to redo them when things are blooming, but they're pretty excellent as is.......I'll let you decide what's best.

Many, many thanks,
Helen

Added by HelenD on May 04, 2014 1:41 PM

Jennie Stilts (Pierson)
RE: Pierson Taylor Family
thank you debra.. i appreciate that..

Added by Jennie Stilts (Pierson) on May 03, 2014 11:47 AM

HelenD
Schoenhut Headstones
Debra,
Thanks so much for the updated photos of George, Catherine and Ernest headstones after the restoration. I was very surprised and pleased to see your updated photos.

I got the family to donate to the restoration fund and the project is now complete. I hope one day to visit in person, but your pictures are the next best thing.

Thank You, thank you,
Helen

Added by HelenD on Apr 28, 2014 9:08 PM

JD
RE: Thomas Holt
Hi Debra!
Mara and I acquired the last 2 copies of a Holt family book written by Kathryn Sims, a Holt family member. She died before completing it and it was finished her sister. It was intended to chronicle the lives of her great grandparents John Wesley Holt and his wife Sarah Lucy Vinton. In it, it has Blackburn as his middle name, we finally found out what the initial B. was. You should see this book! It's over 2" thick. Took a lot of digging and persistence but we found out about it and managed to have the last 2 copies mailed to us from a family member of hers. What a find!
We recently lost my aunt Darlene. I joined findagrave and entered her memorial #128420179.
Hope you are doing well and good to hear form you.
Judy

Added by JD on Apr 27, 2014 12:47 PM

Shawdau
Florence C. Blandin
Ready for some confusion? The lady I was thinking of, from the Chatsworth Train Wreck, was Florence C. Blandin, Find A Grave # 5592596. She is buried at Harker's Corner Cemetery (her daughter, Ida Beatrice Stein, died at age 26 in 1908 and is buried at Trivoli Cemetery). Ida and her sister, Bertha survived the train wreck.

In Sugar Tree Grove Cemetery (Warren County) is another War of 1812 veteran, Aleri Rodgers. His memorial says he had a brother, Ariel Rodgers, who also served but no one has made a memorial for the War of 1812 Ariel Rodgers yet - the memorial that exists is for an Ariel from a younger generation.

I think Brown was the surname of the 1812 vet at Monmouth, but I can't convert my map of the cemetery with sections A, B, C, etc. to the numbered sections used on the gennet index for the cemetery that's online. I'll just have to go take a picture of it! Good Night.

Added by Shawdau on Apr 24, 2014 9:05 PM

Shawdau
Benjamin Wyss at Springdale
WOW - really admiring your memorials! One thing I noticed, looking at pictures of stones from Springdale, Benjamin Wyss's stone says he was born in 1886. That doesn't mean the stone is right.

I can't believe how many victims of the Chatsworth Train Wreck (not Benjamin, but other memorials I've done) are buried at Springdale. There's also one buried at Trivoli Cemetery.

Added by Shawdau on Apr 23, 2014 7:26 PM

Dewey
Chatsworth Train Wreck
Katharina Ziegler Zimmermann 122032802 was also a victim of the Chatsworth Train Wreck..

Added by Dewey on Apr 23, 2014 10:56 AM

ReconnectNow
Bert
I checked out Baby Bert. I wonder if they take him in and put him to bed at night. He looks pretty good! :-) R

Added by ReconnectNow on Apr 19, 2014 4:54 PM

ReconnectNow
RE: Silzel
my pleasure!

Added by ReconnectNow on Apr 19, 2014 4:50 PM

Angela Breeden
RE: McCausland
Just found this. I have some facts but not a lot. Always looking though. Yes it would be ok. What is involved? e-mail ahbreeden@yahoo.com

Added by Angela Breeden on Apr 17, 2014 10:52 AM

Shirley M. Strickland
RE: Daisy Sophia Heller Deethardt
Thank you Debra. Now if I could just find
what happen to Sophia, her Mother. I guess this is all about searching. Again, thank you. Shirley

Added by Shirley M. Strickland on Apr 16, 2014 11:46 AM

Baxter B. Fite III
William Blundell, 86th Illinois
Just wanted you to know I got your message on William Blundell. If you're home, I hope you had a good trip. If you're not home, I hope you are having a good time and have a safe trip home. I think spring might finally be here, but, I still wouldn't be surprised to see a little snow fly. Take care and thanks for all you have done and for all you are doing. Baxter

Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Apr 10, 2014 5:07 AM

Holly Swanson
Tuttle Family - Peoria, Illinois
Hello Debra,
I appreciate all that you have done to help me with the Tuttle Family.
When you are starting out and do not know where to go or how to find informtation it is always helpful knowing that someone can assist you in your quest.
The Springdale Cemetery is so beautiful & big.
Thank you so very much,
Holly

Added by Holly Swanson on Apr 09, 2014 9:33 AM

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