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SandiMH (#47783723)
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harry ewing
RE: Charles Ewing
Thanks for the reply. I'm aware of the tablet of the Missing in Manila.



Added by harry ewing on Oct 27, 2015 6:28 AM

harry ewing
charles earl ewing
Charles Ewing was my uncle. I am,

Harry Ewing

Added by harry ewing on Oct 26, 2015 8:39 AM

Susan Johannaber
Ann E. Hoag
I am researching Ann E. Hoag and am questioning the dates given in your Find A Grave entry. Should her birthdate be 1835? Does her death certificate reference her father as Michael Devine and her husband as Elbert Freeman Hoag? I have also seen her name as Ann Euphenia Unknown. I would love to think that your information is correct but I want to make sure before I go further with this. Thank you for your help.

Added by Susan Johannaber on Jul 31, 2013 8:28 PM

Inez Paullus
RE: Frances Whitcomb Payson
Thanks. I can see Mr. Ivey took pictures of the
head stone. That is great. I appreciate those pictures as I live in Az. and haven't got back there since I started doing Find A Grave.
Thanks Inez

Added by Inez Paullus on May 25, 2013 9:36 PM

Mark E. Thomas
Transfer Request.
Thank-you for the Transfer Request of George Moseley.
Take Care, Mark Edwin Thomas

Added by Mark E. Thomas on May 25, 2013 2:43 PM

RE: Edwin Whitcomb photo
Your are very welcome - I also added his wife to her memorial.

Added by LLW on Nov 18, 2012 8:48 PM

Glenn Harris
Infant Welch
Thanks for looking for me. I'm in the middle of moving and am being pulled in six directions. (-:

Added by Glenn Harris on Nov 12, 2012 10:36 AM

Glenn Harris
Welch's of Cherokee County Iowa
I know you are researching the Welch family and I was wondering. I have a marker for a child at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Aurelia that the name has worn off the top of the marker but the inscription is easily read. It says:

Son of Frank and Maud Welch
Born 26 October, 1902
Died 5 April, 1904

Is he the child of one of your relatives and if so do you have a name?


Added by Glenn Harris on Nov 10, 2012 11:42 AM

John Christeson
RE: Ephrain Whitcomb
He is not a relative, but just one of several hundred Civil War veterans I researched.

John J. Christeson

Added by John Christeson on Oct 30, 2012 8:13 PM

John Christeson
Ephrain Whitcomb
I got my information years ago from his Civil War Pension file and compiled military records at the National Archives in Washington,DC. You will see his pension application number in the bio. Using that the National Archives can give you the same records that I looke at.


John J. Christeson

Added by John Christeson on Oct 29, 2012 7:15 PM

David C. Henderson
Bryant E. Bentley
Dear Madam,

In my Peoria Journal-Transcript of 1942 notes, Chief Bentley was killed in action on 2-27-1942 USS Langley {CV-1} in the Philippine area. The ship was scuttled.

His wife is Elizabeth, and they had one son that lived 21 days. No name.

He was born in Atkinson, Henry County, Illinois on July 17, 1906.

He was attending High School in Rockford until his 17th birthday, and went to Freeport, Illinois to enlist on his bday, 7-17-1923, and did his training at Great Lakes, Illinois.

His Mother, Mrs. Al Fristad was living at 1003 North Madison in Peoria, Illinois when he died.

His name appears on a nice WWI & WWII Memorial at Hamilton & Adams in Peoria, across from the Caterpillar World Hdqts.

Thank You,

David C. Henderson

Peoria, Illinois

Added by David C. Henderson on Oct 29, 2012 6:48 PM

Inez Paullus
RE: Frances J Whitcomb Payson
I just got the one asking about Aunt Francis, Did you send another one? I have been out of town. Inez

Added by Inez Paullus on Oct 28, 2012 8:35 PM

Inez Paullus
RE: Frances J Whitcomb Payson
Did you get my message regarding Francis Payson? If not please let me know. Send me a message on my email add. thank you

Added by Inez Paullus on Oct 28, 2012 2:44 PM

Jan Fenter
RE: William Doig photo
You are very welcome. I'm sorry for the poor photo quality. The rain caused mud and water to cover the stone. I cleaned it as best as I could before taking the photo. I didn't know when I'd be able to go back and have the stone and grassy area dry. Oregon is in its rainy season.


Added by Jan Fenter on Oct 25, 2012 8:45 PM

Inez Paullus
RE: Frances J Whitcomb Payson
Aunt Frances was married to my Dad's brother, Roy, when he passed away she married his brother, Ed. They lived in White Bear. They were the only family we really went to visit when my Dad was alive. Would love to find out more about your side of the family. Please feel free to email me if you want.

Added by Inez Paullus on Oct 08, 2012 3:28 PM

Glenn Harris
Welches in Oak Hill Cemetery
Don't know if I'd already told you this but I found another Welch that may be a relative. Belle E. "Welch" Liffring is buried in the Liffring family plot with her husband Thomas, her brother in law James and Thomas and James parents, Dominic and Hannah.

Added by Glenn Harris on Sep 25, 2012 7:52 AM

Cecelia McKeig
RE: Pine Ridge Cemetery
The research on this cemetery was done primarily through obituaries and our obituary file at the Cass County Museum in Walker. Although I have visited parts of the cemetery, I did not walk the whole cemetery and I did not locate any headstones for these graves. I try to add photographs when I actually visit the cemetery, but in the winter, I often work from the files and try to identify where the burials are even if there is no headstone or the headstone has disappeared.

Added by Cecelia McKeig on Sep 16, 2012 12:39 PM

Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Billy Connors
Thanks Sandi...You're welcome and happy to be of help.


Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Sep 15, 2012 4:59 PM

Sheri West
Saundra Joan Lingscheit
Changes have been made :)

Added by Sheri West on Sep 13, 2012 4:28 PM

Sheri West
Bernard Max Lingscheit
Changes have been made :)

Added by Sheri West on Sep 13, 2012 4:24 PM

Sheri West
Francis Albert Lingscheit
Changes have been made :)

Added by Sheri West on Sep 13, 2012 4:06 PM

Glenn Harris
Welches in Oak Hill Cemetery
I went by the roster and found and photographed all the Welch family tombstones in Oak Hill. There is one that does not have a tombstone. They list a Marietta A Welch in one plot along with Stephen and Marietta S "Clow" Welch but there is no stone for her. Based on birth years I assume she was probably their granddaughter.

Added by Glenn Harris on Sep 10, 2012 9:04 PM

Sheri West
Cora Lingscheit
Changes have been made :)

Added by Sheri West on Sep 07, 2012 9:17 PM

Glenn Harris
Ira and Cecelia Welch
I posted the photos for Ira and Cecelia Welch and updated Ira's info. I couldn't but his town of birth anywhere except on the bio as Pilot Township was never incorporated and no longer exists so the best I could get is Cherokee County IA. There is nothing left there except a cemetery and sign on the road about 7 miles south of Cherokee IA.

I entered the memorials based on photos I'd taken (I took photos of all the markers in Mount Calvary) so if they are related to you and you wish, I have no problem transferring management of their memorials over to you.

Added by Glenn Harris on Sep 06, 2012 6:13 AM

Glenn Harris
RE: Lena Lingscheit photo
One added noted about the area of the cemetery that Lena is recorded to be in. It is a low depressed area of the cemetery and there are very few markers in it. There are several requests for photos for that area and another that is just like it that have turned up the same results. Your statement about the monument being buried got me thinking. It's possible that they washed out in a heavy rain and may have been removed by the cemetery to prevent further erosion. I've never been able to get in touch with anyone there, but their number is listed on the Cherokee city website.

Added by Glenn Harris on Sep 05, 2012 6:19 PM


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