|Don Stowell (#46794548)|
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I have been doing genealogy for about 15 years. Seven years ago I retired from work as a banker after over 40 years. Then I began doing cemeteries as a new profession. The pay stinks but I do feel I'm contributing and the "thank you" emails keep me going. If you have photos of your relatives, please add them to their grave sites. Any corrections, additions, etc . . .let me know, please.|
PLEASE send corrections/requests by clicking the "EDIT" tab at the top right corner of the memorial page. Then click "suggest a correction or provide additional information". For transfers please state your relationship and include your member number. I sometimes miss messages posted below, so you'll have much better luck emailing me through the "edit" function.
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Thanks for the suggestion. I'm assuming this might be a family member of yours? I would be glad to transfer this memorial to you if you like.
Dup. deleted. Thanks for noticing.
|Linda Hahn-Weidman||Arthur Deering|
Oops...meant Charley "Harry" and Arthur were brothers. Arthur wasn't connected to Charles "Charley" and Bertha. Whew, gets a bit confusing!
|Linda Hahn-Weidman||RE: Harry Deering|
Going through the death certificates is a challenging undertaking! I had some problems locating Harry due to his relocation to Arizona. I was not aware of the WWI and tuberculosis connection. It makes perfect unfortunate sense, thanks for educating me.
I had not been able to find his day (10) of birth anywhere. Also, it was an oversight on my part not connecting him with his son, Arthur. Harry's mother was my great aunt.
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Spencer Beavers|
Thanks for adding info and for declining the birth/death info. I have no idea why that was sent. gail
|JFI||George R. Elliott|
It certainly appears to be the same person as the death certificate, but as you said, the dates are off. I will write to the genealogy library in Columbus to see what they may have on him. Thanks for sending it.
Added by JFI on Oct 02, 2015 5:45 PM
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Spencer|
Thanks for adding info. Great !
|CJR||RE: Julia Jane Whitney Coe|
She is my Great Great Grandmother through her daughter Eva Belle Coe (married Fanning) from Mound, Slope County, North Dakota.
I believe that would make you and my mother 2nd cousins. Hey, cousin!
I have seen pictures of your family (the Cooks) in a book that I have called "Slope Saga."
I have also been able to find an abundance of information about the Coe ancestry. Interesting to have such a storied past.
Added by CJR on Sep 30, 2015 4:13 PM
|Jeannieology||Mariette Bates Rexford #77236463|
Many thanks for your work on Find A Grave.
Regarding Mariette Bates Rexford, #77236463, if you would please, tell me where you found her place of death. We have been working on this information!Good Job! Awesome! -Jeannieology
|Linda Hahn-Weidman||Harry Deering|
Thank you very much for the death certificate! Where did you find it?
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