|Linda Lou (#47189926)|
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I've been researching the Greenlee family in Tennessee, Arkansas, Nebraska, and Iowa; the Tyler family in Kentucky, Indiana, and Iowa; and the Baer family in Germany, Russia, and South Dakota. I have lots of photos and happy to share. I'm trying to add as many as a can.|
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|Shirley Gragg||Picture of John Tyler and wife ?|
Re: Find A Grave Memorial# 42962525
Do you happen to know which wife she is? Hoping for #2.
|Vicki Rush||William "Walking Billy" Tyler|
Hi Linda Lou! I have a memorial listed in the Tyler Cemetery and just found out today that there is another in the William Tyler Cemetery. Since you were the wonderful person who took photos from both cemeteries, could you please let me know which cemetery has William Tyler? I sure would appreciate it. If my memorial in the Tyler cemetery is a duplicate, I'll need to remove it. Thanks so much for your help!
|Kent Gebhard||Strassburg Cemetery , Edmunds County, SD|
I am curious about this cemetery, I have 3 generations of my family in the Southside cemetery in Ipswich- Kukralls & Kadlecs. I found this cemetery searching all in Edmunds County, do you have any history about its founding? Looks to be Catholic by the crosses? I live in Mpls, was born in Faulk County. I drive to visit my parents in Wecota several times a year and usually travel on Highway 12, not far from here and plan to visit it.
Perhaps the iron grave markers are from Spillville, IA maker Charles Andera (Google him) whose iron graveyard crosses grace several generations of my earlier Czech ancestors in Bon Homme Co., SD.
I'd appreciate any info you may provide on this cemetery.
|Georgia Girl||Tyler ~ VA, SC & GA|
Linda, Have reason to believe that perhaps my Tyler (incl. Polk, PA, NC & GA) family could be related to your Tyler famiy of MD and KY. Researching William "Walking Billy" Tyler (s/o Edward Tyler and Nancy Ann Langley). Have incl. "two children," to his memorial, Henry (m. Malinda Earp) and Reuben Tyler (m. Annie Earp). They were the daus./o Rev. Daniel Earp and Mary Jane Wiley. Do you know if William "Walking Billy" Tyler (m. Sarah Williams) could have had more then one wife? Not sure if she was the mother of Henry and Reuben Tyler. Thanks!
|The Lady in Black||RE: Hi Linda!|
You are welcome!
|The Lady in Black||Hi Linda!|
Just thought you & your husband might like to read this article about Busen's Appliance that appeared in the Downriver News Herald:
If that link doesn't work, try this one:
My sister just bought a new washing machine from them a couple of weeks ago, so we're helping to keep them in business!
Hope all's well with you!
|Kidwell-Money||Mary Mayes Kidwell Headstone Photo|
Could I please use your beautiful photo of Mary Mayes Kidwell's headstone (memorial# 40773344)in my Ancestry.com family tree? I would of course credit it to you.
|Keira Murphy||thank you|
Thanks for the information, Linda.
|Keira Murphy||Edward Tyler Family Cemetery in Jeffersontown, KY|
I have claimed two photos at Edward Tyler Cemetery in Jeffersontown, KY and spent the morning looking for it. Unfortunately, even with the help of many helpful, but unknowing, locals and the librarians, I could not find the site. Since you have taken photos there before, I'm hoping that you might be able to give me more accurate directions to the cemetery. Any information you provide is helpful.
|Conni||Roy L. son of L.T. and J. Tyler|
I will be happy to transfer this over to you
Thank you for the information ! I had missed your post
Added by Conni on Feb 06, 2011 11:12 PM
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