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Tom Nelson (#47054245)
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Bio Photo I'm a retired federal employee who fell into doing some online research for a friend of mine - a McKenzie - and now I'm in so deep I can't get out! Most of you probably know the feeling. But it's a harmless obsession which I enjoy so I'll stick with it until I pull out the rest of my disappearing hair. I try to post most of my findings on Find A Grave so if you're interested in the McKenzie family who settled in central Missouri after emigrating from North Carolina via Kentucky, just enter the last name - mckenzie - in the box to the right and take a look! As for my own family, some surnames would be Fallas, Fallass, Bray, Oechsli, Mills - all of those in the northeastern quadrant of the lower 48 - and, on the Swedish side, Nilsson and Waldemarsson in the province of Skåne län.
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Bob & Bonnie McEver
Samuel Witten in Files Valley, TX Cemetery
Thanks for the interesting info related to his past. I have added it to his bio.
Regards and thanks for you work on findagrave.
Added by Bob & Bonnie McEver on Feb 26, 2015 1:50 PM
H.George
Heber O. Way Photo
Just wanted to let you know that I just posted the photo of Heber and Nellie's permanent marker that I took today.
Harriette George
Added by H.George on Feb 23, 2015 6:42 PM
Liz L.
RE: Requesting an edit when you don't
I hadn't requested an edit because I haven't been on here in a long time. I am very confused as to why you have repeatedly asked me to do something that you can do yourself? That is why I thought that you mistakenly thought I was the memorial runner.
Added by Liz L. on Feb 22, 2015 5:36 AM
Erick Wagner
Wm. Gustave Loesch
[1] "Jeff Tsp" would be shorthand for Jefferson township. Though, I typically see township abbreviated as twp.

[2] I consulted a family produced document (it's not sourced so it could be wrong) and this appears to be the child of Johann Heinrich "Henry" and Anna Margaret (RANK) LOESCH. I found Johann and Anna (the parents) in my genealogy software and their Find A Grave memorials are 46437132 and 46430616, respectively. I don't know if a permanent memorial for this young son was ever created but I could imagine that they were too poor to afford a decent marker.
Added by Erick Wagner on Feb 12, 2015 9:12 PM
Joe Nihen
Jesse Gangwer
Hi Tom,

I sent a request to the person who created the duplication for Jesse, 60425504. My memorial was placed first, so I guess his has to go.

I've been collecting information about the men who served with the 28th - E for some time. Do you have any biographical information about Jesse?

Best wishes,

Joe
Added by Joe Nihen on Feb 03, 2015 11:43 AM
WichitaFalls
Hebrew Rest/ Rosemont
I don't know, I thought I had checked not long after the request and they were merged. Do you think they separated them again? Even if I'm wrong about the merge it wouldn't take this long...
Added by WichitaFalls on Jan 07, 2015 11:57 AM
LLoyd Nichols
Leona
Tom, thanks! I'll work something up. You rock!
Added by LLoyd Nichols on Jan 07, 2015 10:57 AM
WichitaFalls
Rosemont
Email sent, you got a copy, let me know how it turns out.
Added by WichitaFalls on Aug 14, 2014 5:35 PM
WichitaFalls
Hebrew Rest in Wichita Falls
Yes it is one big cemetery now, there is nothing dividing them, but back in the earlier days they were seperated and on a lot of the death certificates it states the cemetery. I wouldnt hold my breath for any merges but maybe they could put a notation on each of the cemeteries main pages that it merges with the other two. I didn't realize that when I was adding photos and memorials for those who didn't have them ( there is no telling how many I put in "Rosemont") lol but at least they are there if family looks for them. Thanks for the link!
Added by WichitaFalls on Aug 14, 2014 1:23 AM
randy beckwith
RE: Holger and Beatrice Beckwith
Hi Tom. Its been a while since I have been on. I did find 1 pic of my grandfather , right before he shipped out. I was wondering how to add a picture to the site?
Added by randy beckwith on Aug 09, 2014 8:42 PM
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