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|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
|Bob Wyatt||Wyatt Family|
I see you maintain a few Wyatt's and left flowers for some. I am a descendant of Zadock and Mary Cameron branching from their son, John Travis and his son Edward Z. who brought his family to Texas. I ran across John's obituary which says he is buried on the family property near Fredonia and I am assuming his wife Mary Crider is there also. Neither of them can be found on findagrave. Do you or anyone you know have access to the family cemetery? Possibly even more Wyatt's are resting there.
|Tru Calling||Clemmie A Williamson|
this is what we have sorry I sent it to the wrong person. her parents are Amanda and Ray. would you like to Collaborate with use we can send you any and all info that we find if you would like to please send use any thing you find on her we would like to make sure to get every thing ringht. Thanks for finding her on findagrave I search all over and could not. she also had tow kids by William. they would be our step half cousin and or aunt and uncles Please fill free to send any info that you may have for her or the family to our email at firstname.lastname@example.org J/J
Clemmie Audra Williamson
Birth 22 Apr 1890 in Castleton, Stark, Illinois, USA
Death 26 Feb 1921 in Solida, Chaffe, Colorado, USA
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