|Deb Curry||Richard Byer|
Andy, there is now a stone for Richard "Dick" Byer in the Willshire cemetery. The stone was recently placed in late fall of last year or just recently placed this year. Please submit your request again and I will add the photo for you, thanks, Deb Curry.
Added by Deb Curry on Apr 26, 2015 7:34 PM
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks so much for the Cornwell transfers!
Added by Cindy Cornwell McCachern on Apr 26, 2015 12:29 PM
|mshunter||RE: the Hamitons and Stedhams|
You are very welcome. Going back through my photos I found that I had also taken a closeup of Roy's wife's side so I've posted those to her memorial.
Added by mshunter on Apr 20, 2015 10:24 AM
|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||RE: Pretty Prairie photos|
consider it done....and thanks for asking
Added by JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY on Apr 18, 2015 4:59 PM
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
Added by C.C.Diamond on Apr 16, 2015 2:38 PM
|traycx||RE: the Linns|
You're welcome, glad I could help.
Added by traycx on Apr 12, 2015 10:05 PM
|Willis||RE: the Worleys|
You're welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Willis on Apr 12, 2015 6:57 PM
|Bobbie Bicknell Coray||RE: Frank James Bicknell|
Could it be a daughter rather than a sister?
Added by Bobbie Bicknell Coray on Apr 11, 2015 11:15 PM
|Bobbie Bicknell Coray||Frank James Bicknell|
Dear Andy, Thanks again. I trapsed through this cemetery for about 3 hours and found no grave stone...perhaps you saw one. If so I would love a picture..
Bobbie Bicknell Coray
Added by Bobbie Bicknell Coray on Apr 10, 2015 12:37 PM
|Leroy Higley||oak woods cemetery|
I see that you have done request for Oak Woods Cemetery, in Chicago. I'm requesting my family of Higley's markers to be photo. Maybe you can look at my request. I'm having a hard time, finding someone as kind as you to help me...Please let me know if you have the time. Most of the request has a location of the grave. I appreciate your spirit you have for this web-site
Added by Leroy Higley on Mar 29, 2015 4:24 AM
|Sheila||John W. Whitaker - Oak Hill Cemetery|
I'd like to suggest a correction to the entry for John W. Whitaker in Oak Hill Cemetery.
According to this entry from Indiana gov't his DOB is 10-12-1853 (not 1833) and DOD is 4-17-1911.
Added by Sheila on Mar 23, 2015 6:53 PM
|Mark McCrady||RE: Greenwood Cemetery|
You are very welcome, I am always happy to fulfill photo requests. Have a great day!
Added by Mark McCrady on Mar 20, 2015 12:01 PM
|arrowkeeper||RE: Fern and Evelyn T. Scholz|
You are very welcome.
Added by arrowkeeper on Mar 14, 2015 4:25 PM
|Doc||RE: the Monks|
Nora pearl Disinger. I think her First name is Annora, Nora is short for something but dad couldn't remember. I did find her and her Husband Fred Smith on Ancestry
Added by Doc on Mar 11, 2015 4:32 PM
the only thing my dad can remember off the top of his head is Nora Disinger was married to Fred Smith. These are my great Grandparents
Added by Doc on Mar 10, 2015 5:28 PM
Sorry Martha is his Mother. Still a bit fuzzy on that branch of the tree
Added by Doc on Mar 08, 2015 10:49 PM
Find A Grave Memorial# 134320652
Martha Helen Smith. I think the Disingers are her Mom's side.
Added by Doc on Mar 08, 2015 10:41 PM
I've got all of my other family tree branches back to early 1700's or late 1600's. Nothing past my Grandmother.
Added by Doc on Mar 08, 2015 4:45 PM
Ok I will check that
anything for a fellow Hawks fan
Added by Doc on Mar 08, 2015 4:44 PM
Disingers are my Dads Mothers side. Not sure where but Im going to Carroll county to look some birth certificates. I might need your info. Thanks
Added by Doc on Mar 07, 2015 4:52 PM
are you familiar with the Thayers? would you like me to transfer?
Added by Doc on Mar 07, 2015 1:46 AM
|DR||RE: the Polkinghorns|
Thank you for your additional input on the Polkinghorn's, very nice of you to make that effort. Will be digging about here some more, as the library at which I am a volunteer just received some family memorabilia pertaining to this family. Just beginning to scrape the tip of the iceberg.
It is always nice to see someone giving veterans their due, thank you for helping to keep these fine men from falling further into obscurity. I also thank you for any effort you might provide in trying to see if Reuben's errant tombstone might someday be rectified.
In hope that it might help the person who specializes in this wonderful endeavor, during my research on Reuben I went to the length to ascertain that there was not a record of a man named Reuben R. Foster who served in the 185th New York Infantry, nor in any other regiment in that state. Beyond this there was absolutely no record of a man named Reuben R. Foster, or any name even remotely similar, to this who had a connection to Nevada County, Calif.
Reuben R. Porter was not only here, but was buried in the Grass Valley Cemetery. He was a member of Post 115 Grand Army of the Republic in Nevada City. His headstone was requisitioned by Julius M. Walling, who was the Post Commander, and was received with 14 others, and was specifically stated to have been destined to be erected in this cemetery. There is no other headstone in this cemetery for him, nor in the other 6 cemeteries in the surrounding locale.
Reuben's wife, Alice, died before his headstone arrived. His daughter, Mabel, died shortly after the headstone arrived, but had been ill with cancer for some time. This is why I believe the mistake was never caught, nobody in his family very likely ever saw this marker. I believe it was an error made at the engraving point, the handwriting was probably misread, the capital P for Porter may have been seen as an F and the lower case r as an s. Mistakes like this are frequently noticed in my research and when it came to my research on Reuben, his name was continually fouled up in some manner.
Julius M. Walling, who was the Post Commander who requisitioned Reuben's headstone, is buried in Nevada City, and on Findagrave at:
Again I thank you for whatever you might be able to do to help poor Reuben R. Porter out, he deserves better!
Have a grand evening & kudos for your great work.
Added by DR on Feb 16, 2015 9:48 PM
|Robert L. Young||His Father|
Hi Andy I do thank I Took all of them, Thanks
Added by Robert L. Young on Feb 09, 2015 7:46 AM
|harmonresearch||Photo George Dana Boardman Harmon|
Hi Andy, If no one has asked you for this photo, could you send it to me? This man is my son's great grandfather, and we do not have this photo! Thanks! Please email me at email@example.com
Added by harmonresearch on Feb 05, 2015 1:06 PM
|Kellee Renae Chambers Hilton||Ronald Taylor pic|
You're very welcome Andy. It was really easy to find and I was out there slipping and sliding around trying to find some of my own family as well. Thank goodness for down coats and warm boots! :-)
Added by Kellee Renae Chambers Hil... on Jan 31, 2015 10:04 AM