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|I have a great friend who really knows all the rural county cemeteries, she and I will gladly take photos in our area! For me it will be a way to pay back for some of the great help I have received during my family history quest.|
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|Betty||Raymond Smith transfer|
Thank you for the transfer Lassnick. I really appreciate you giving me the rights to update my Uncle Ray's memorial page. I am trying to get as many of my relatives obituaries on the website. But, as you know it is time consuming. But, really appreciate the fact that there are people like you who do the leg work and get the photos. You do make it easier for us. Keep up the good work.
Added by Betty on Sep 21, 2014 8:04 PM
Would like to request a transfer for Raymond Smith. He is my Uncle and would like very much to put his complete obituary out on his memorial. Let me know if this is possible. Thank you very much.
Added by Betty on Sep 21, 2014 12:07 PM
|plc||RE: Frieda Lammers Correction|
Thank you for linking the 3 stones at Peake Cemetery in Nebraska. I have been looking for info on John and Frieda's daughter for the last couple days so she could also be linked but can find no record of her or her husband. I'll have to keep looking and talking to other relatives.
Added by plc on Jan 24, 2013 8:58 PM
|plc||Frieda Lammers Correction|
Thank you so much for your quick correction! I am new to this (like only a few days) so I'm having fun exploring the site. I wanted to add a link but can't find the "Add Relationship Link" on the page.
Frieda was married to John Lammers and their son is Ruben Lammers, all buried at Peake Cemetery in Nebraska.
Is this something I can do myself or do you need to add it? Frieda and John were my great aunt and uncle and for right now I am very happy leaving you in charge of their records, at least until I know more about this site.
Thank you so much.
Added by plc on Jan 23, 2013 7:36 AM
The name Frieda should be spelled with an 'ie' instead of 'ei' as it is listed. The stone clearly says Frieda. Thank you.
The stone is located in Peake Cemetery in Nebraska.
Added by plc on Jan 22, 2013 1:03 PM
|Sheryl How||Luella G Prouty Struble|
I'm not sure who you are but you've got my grandmothers middle name wrong. It is Genevieve, not Gay. If you're going to post information about my family, please post correct information.
Thank you so much.
|Connie Sims||WILLIAM OLIVER CROUCH|
Would you please link Florence May Olver to her husband, William Oliver Crouch # 28888880 at the Broken Bow Cemetery and also link William Oliver Crouch's parents; Father William H crouch # 26339494 and mother, Fannie Ardella Crouch # 26339419.
Thank you very much
Connie Beat sims
|Danny Ray Thomas||Fairmont Pioneer Cemetery|
We have a number of relatives buried in the Fairmont Pioneer Cemetery. Oliver W. Bolt#29239647, Clyde S. Bolt#29239645, Lucy M. Bolt#29239646, John Charles Lester Bolt#55042460, Jennie Catherine Luce-Bolt#55042615, Cecelia Albea Bolt#55042283. All the graves are visable except for Jennie Catherine Luce-Bolt. Hers' is hidden under all the vines and overgrowth. Clyde and Lucy are the children of Stanley Arthur Bolt#55135808 and Jane Simmerman-Bolt#55137222.
They are buried in the Dunning Cemetery along with their other child Myrtle P. Bolt#15717541. Jane's Father, Alexander Simmerman#20737375 and Mother, Elsie Tyler-Simmerman#20737453 are also buried in the Dunning Cemetery.
According to "Laurel Hill Cemetery Records, Omaha, Nebraska, 1867-1990" Martha is listed as Mrs. Martha Miller, was 42 years old and was buried Dec. 8, 1906. She is located B6-R12-G22 (59). However, I walked the entire block and was unable to find a stone, sorry.
Added by Lewanna on Jul 02, 2010 3:03 PM
|Terri Rydberg||RE: Ora W Crouch Headstone|
Thank you so much for the offer I do appreciate it.
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