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Laura Tasset Koehn (#46965174)
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Bio Photo I live in the Southwestern part of Kansas. I am a genealogist and enjoy doing cemetery research for myself and for others.
I'm happy to be a part of a community dedicated to remembering and preserving the resting places of our loved-ones. Am also happy to know that I'm not the only one that's crazy about cemeteries!
Let me know if you are doing research in my area. Maybe we can work together.
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Jack Stevens
William Mason FAG 70606434
What reference was used to link him to his parents? I found his father's Rev War info.
Added by Jack Stevens on Mar 21, 2015 7:58 AM
Helen Richardson
Hi Laura, Transfer completed for the request you asked for. Have a great day.
Added by Bonnie on Mar 18, 2015 7:40 PM
Carolanne Shafer
Elwood Cemetery
Do you know where the Elwood Cemetery is located?
Added by Carolanne Shafer on Aug 12, 2014 1:20 PM
Brent Nimmo
RE: John Sweetser
You shoulda heard me hoot and holler with joy when I found him. Unfortunately being broken, I had to rebury his marker. I know some reputable restoration people if funds are available to put him back together.
Added by Brent Nimmo on May 11, 2014 10:50 PM
Amy Droste
Thank You

Thank you for taking and posting the photos of Wilna Mary Klenke Hornung, Frank H Lampe, Catherine Philomena Droste Lampe, and Henry Frank Lampe. The photos are a great addition to my family file.

Thank you again for your wonderful help,
Amy Droste
Added by Amy Droste on Mar 17, 2014 8:37 PM
Robert Schreck
Please send me the Find A Grave Memorial #'s for the people you wish to attach.

Frank and Clara Ackerman
Bertha Droste Ackerman
Added by Robert Schreck on Jan 26, 2014 1:21 PM
Ann Winkler Hinrichs
Adam Mitchell
Was wondering if you would consider transferring Adam Mitchell 1776-1860 to me he is my GGGUncle, from his brother John. Would like to add information on Adam. Thank you
Ann Winkler Hinrichs
Added by Ann Winkler Hinrichs on Jan 19, 2014 4:37 PM
Larry Smith
Sam Myers, Lane Cem., Franklin Co., KS
This person perhaps was my GGF's younger bro. I been trying to locate his grave for long time. Sam Myers married Catherine Larr in Williams Co., OH, ca 1877. They moved to Norton Co., KS ca 1879. It appears Catherine's parents and her siblings moved to Norton Co. also. Arthur O. Myers born to Sam & Catherine in Norton Co. in 1979. Apparently a son Irvin Ellsworth Myers born to them in Franklin Co.,KS in 1882. Both Arthur and Irvin are buried Lane Cem.,Franklin Co., KS. Also Catherine Larr Myers Adkinson is buried Lane Cem. She later married Henry Adkinson after Sam departed.
Samuel E. Meyers lived in Meade Co., KS in 1900. Census shows him born Jan 1855, OH, divorced. He lived next dwelling to his older bro. Jacob Meyers who was also divorced. Jacob married Hannah Larr in KS, in 1882. Hannah being an older sister to Catherine Larr. So brothers married sisters and then both couples divorced..Interesting! Do you have any thing to prove that Sam Myers is the father of Arthur and Irvin; all buried in Lane Cem??
Added by Larry Smith on Jan 02, 2014 11:41 PM
Brent Nimmo
Ben & Olive Sweetser

They may or may not have been moved to Green Lawn. The last time they did sewer work at North Market they removed 27 remains to a mass grave in Section R at Green Lawn.... Are they John's parents?
Added by Brent Nimmo on Aug 11, 2013 7:26 AM
Brent Nimmo
John Sweetser Madison Truro
I left this message for the volunteer that reported the problem:
John Sweetser is buried in Madison Truro Cemetery. His stone was above ground in 1945. Unfortunately I have not found it yet. I am convinced there are literally hundreds of stones buried just below the surface. Ohio Exploration did not look below the surface. Here are some I found:

The stones I find, I chart where they are and rebury them til a qualified conservator can properly conserve them. I will keep an eye out for John, do not worry about him. Thanks-Brent
Added by Brent Nimmo on Aug 11, 2013 12:02 AM
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