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Janet LaMotte
Ebeneezer Campbell
Thank you for the great photos of his gravestones.

Added by Janet LaMotte on May 18, 2015 10:23 PM

Harold & Bonita Meier
Homer Larsen
Loved to listen to him! Dahl funeral home.He will be buried at Fairview cemetery. Thanks Bonita Meyer Meier

Added by Harold & Bonita Meier on May 18, 2015 8:33 PM

Tim Adams
George Miller
Greetings,

Thank your for your professional support to Find a Grave. My Grandmother, Lulu Maude Akin Miller who married John Bickley Adams is the daughter of my Great Grandparents George Washington Miller and Maude Akin-Miller from Clarksville, IA and buried @ Lynwood Cemetery in Clarksville. George was born in Evansville, IL and Maude in Warren, OH. I have a original copy of George and Maude Miller's wedding announcement for their daughter, Lulu in Dexter, MN where Lulu taught school, some 88 miles true north of Clarksville. It is said that George W. M., by family members information passed down through generations, that he was an illegitimate son of a wealthy Aunt Mac Feem and adopted by the Miller family.

I retired (2011) as a Sergeant Major, specializing in military intelligence, researching, collecting and analyzing information and now using my skills to collect family history information on both sides of my family to include my wife's.

I don't know if the following source provides that information, since I used up my free time on Ancestry.com but records show who Lulu Maude Akin Miller's parents are. I have family photos of my grand parents but none for my great grand parents.

SOURCE:
John Bickley & Lulu Maude Akin Obituaries; http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=90615746

Thank you for questioning my information and making sure that erroneous information is not added. It is much appreciated as I would do the same.

Please transfer George W. Miller and Maude Akin Miller files over to me.

Once again, thank you for what you do.

God Bless!

Tim & Glenda Adams

Added by Tim Adams on May 18, 2015 9:01 AM

Charles Patterson
Marquis & Vance Memorials
Hello and many thanks for your time and photos, they are very much appreciated.

Charles Patterson

Added by Charles Patterson on May 17, 2015 8:36 AM

Rich Kreiss
RE: My relatives
Thank you, Marilyn, for all of your nice words. You are too kind. I sincerely hope you enjoy the remainder of your trip and make it back home safely. There's no place like home (so I've heard). lol

Added by Rich Kreiss on May 09, 2015 7:48 AM

Rich Kreiss
RE: My relatives
I'm glad you enjoyed your trip back East. Pennsylvania is a large state and I don't know much about it myself though I live here. lol I'm a big fan of southeastern VA where my mom grew up. It is beautiful there in the mountains. I also enjoy NC a lot. Have a safe trip and enjoy yourself. Btw, what part of VA are you in now?

Added by Rich Kreiss on May 09, 2015 5:18 AM

JR
RE: Beauchamp photo
I posted a cropped picture to Elizabeth's memorial as requested. I can also email you the original if you would like to have it.

Regards,
JR

Added by JR on May 08, 2015 6:52 PM

Tammy York Orman & Timothy
# 119754214
I don't believe she's still living. She would be over 100 years old. Wonder where we could check ?

Added by Tammy York Orman & Timoth... on Apr 13, 2015 6:12 AM

Rich Kreiss
RE: Just 4 U
Yes, I have a hunch why you are so sweet and charming to me. Enjoy the transfer!

Added by Rich Kreiss on Apr 06, 2015 2:07 PM

Reidar Sumstad
Arnold Thompson (s)
Hello Marilynn,
It was truly amazing that we connected as much as we did and in such diverse places, it would have been easier to win the lottery than to have your generous actions happen so quickly in different states.... my gosh, who knew. Thank you again and thanks for posting this memorial photograph!
You're awesome!

Added by Reidar Sumstad on Apr 05, 2015 9:24 PM

Kaye
Thank You - Cynthia White
Thank you for the photos of Cynthia White's gravestone in Rosehill Cemetery in Greene, Iowa. She is my 3rd great grandmother. It's great to be able to read the words. When I started this journey I wasn't even sure I could find where she moved to from Pennsylvania and now I can see her stone! Thank you!

Added by Kaye on Mar 29, 2015 11:09 AM

Jim Carnathan
RE: Lawrence Crouse
There are four Crouse's buried at Mountview across the street from Sunset. Their names are Charles, Ella, Emma, and Sheridan, don't know if any of these are the ones you are looking for but let me know. Also checked with Sunset and they haven't got back to me yet, will let you know if they have any. Take Care

Jim

Added by Jim Carnathan on Mar 27, 2015 2:20 PM

Barbara Farlow
Mary Daiker
Thank you for adding the photos of my Aunt Mary's grave marker. She is my mother's youngest sister and the last of the 9 children to pass away. I would never have been able to go to Iowa to take one and that's why I love Find a Grave because everyone helps each other and makes our work more complete. I am sure by photographing these many cemeteries you have brought joy to many. Every day is like a gift and I got one today. I appreciate your time and dedication.

Added by Barbara Farlow on Mar 26, 2015 3:24 AM

Gini Bradley
A E Pauline Wulfe
I think you are right, however if you do have time it would be great to see if the City of Greene has more information.

Added by Gini Bradley on Mar 17, 2015 4:28 PM

Gini Bradley
Elizabeth Schultz
I think that maybe the stone maker spelled it wrong. Just don't know. I made a note of it in the memorial. Are there other Schultz family members around that would maybe give us a clue?? Thanks, Gini

Added by Gini Bradley on Mar 17, 2015 4:18 PM

Vicki Knox Larson
RE: Dale Willey
Thanks, Marilyn. I appreciate that. I know what you mean about those blank dates on tombstones.

How did you know my mother passed? It was so recently that it surprised me when you mentioned it. Thank you for your kind words.

The Rose Hill information is fine so feel free to keep it coming.

Added by Vicki Knox Larson on Mar 14, 2015 2:49 PM

High Plains
RE: Martin Crouse

So happy that I could "help" you find where a member of your family was buried!

I am a genealogy "nut"! Love it! So I enjoyed your enthusiasm about getting started on Mr. Crouse's memorial page.

I am still looking for a great uncle's burial place. I know city and state, just not what cemetery, unfortunately for me a very large city with a lot of cemeteries. One of these days someone will post a memorial for him (I hope). I can't even order a death certificate because my great uncle's mother was Icelandic and I don't know what was used as a maiden name for her as her Icelandic maiden name doesn't work when I search.

Good luck, Marilynn!

Best wishes,
judy :)


Added by High Plains on Mar 01, 2015 1:14 PM

High Plains
Martin Crouse
Hi Marilynn,

I certainly don't mind adding information to a memorial, but as a family member I'm sure you will take good care of his memorial and enjoy adding the information at your convenience.

The memorial has been transferred to you.

Best wishes,
High Plains aka judy :)

Added by High Plains on Mar 01, 2015 10:03 AM

Joy Steele
RE: Adren Koontz
Let me know if I can help by doing a "look-up" at Rowan Central Library's history and genealogy room. When you do visit North Carolina, I hope you will plan enough time to spend a couple of days there. It's an amazing resource.

What were John Crouse's dates and residence? Also, was the surname ever spelled with a 'K' or as Krause? Can you tell I like the mystery of genealogy?

Let me know if I can help.

Joy

Added by Joy Steele on Feb 26, 2015 6:01 PM

Amy Geisler
Mary Geisler
Hello,
I saw some comments about Ed and Mary Geisler below. They are my grandparents. I have added a photo of the headstone. The headstone also includes my father, David L Geisler. He was cremated and laid to rest above my grandfather.

Added by Amy Geisler on Feb 26, 2015 7:23 AM

Jim SIMPSON
RE: George and Lillian Crouse
MB
.
"George and Lillian Crouse
Thanks so much for the marriage date info. How did you know this?"

MB"

Lillie is a great aunt of mine.

I've searched and searched the Fort Dodge Newspaper Archives for lots of HUDSON info. Interesting !!

Here:
http://fortdodge.advantage-preservation.com/

Are you HUDSON related ?

Jim SIMPSON
Brooklyn, MI

Added by Jim SIMPSON on Feb 15, 2015 9:19 PM

Nancy Abraham
RE: Wilma Hinds-White Deer Cem
Thanks for your very kind words and you are right--I have nothing to fear from those who have passed on. Are the other 2 Hinds in the White Deer Cem related to you or Wilma?

Added by Nancy Abraham on Jan 05, 2015 11:06 AM

Nancy Abraham
Wilma Hinds-White Deer Cem
I think the corrections you requested have been made and if you have persons in this cemetery you are related to, I don't mind transferring. I also do not collect numbers--easier for you to link family than for me to do it as I don't have all the info. Let me know.

Added by Nancy Abraham on Jan 03, 2015 11:30 PM

Baxter B. Fite III
Private John B. Varble and the men of Co. A, 86th Illinois
I want to Thank You again for adding the pictures of John B. Varble to his Find A Grave Memorial. They are welcome additions to his site. I have added more information to his site and would welcome any comments or additions that you might have to add. I would also love to see other pictures of John or of any of his tentmates that he may have collected pictures of that he may have taken pictures of at any of the reunions that he attended over the years that you or any other family members may run across. Keep in mind, that many descendants of members of the 86th have no pictures of their ancestors, who served in the 86th and many times. Many members of the 86th collected and traded pictures with their friends, which have been passed on down through their family. I have been fortunate to get copies of some of the pictures in these collections, thus getting copies of pictures for descendants who had never seen a picture of their ancestors. So if you ever run across pictures of John B. Varble with any of his fellow members of Co. A, please remember me as being interested in seeing copies added to John's site or to the site of his fellow soldiers in Co. A. Thanks again for all you have contributed to John's site. Sincerely, Baxter

Added by Baxter B. Fite III on Dec 20, 2014 9:45 AM

Connie
Mahala Bennett
I see Mary Bennett Goeldners sister is burried at Washington. I think I have a listing for Elm Grove that isnt yet put on line, I will see if they are there.

Added by Connie on Dec 09, 2014 6:48 PM

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