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"Getting it right is an essential element in preparing a record worthy of all acceptation of our family history and genealogy. To do so, family historians and genealogists need to use correct research, documentation, sourcing and verification practices." (J. Petty, Meridian Magazine, 2011) My memberships: Hereditary Society Community of the USA, Order of the Merovingian Dynasty, Order of the Crown of Charlemagne, Order of the Three Crusades, Baronial Order of the Magna Charta, General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Jamestowne Society, National Society Colonial Dames of the XVII Century, Associated Daughters of Early American Witches, Daughters of the American Revolution, United States Daughters War of 1812, Flagon and Trencher|
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|Jeanne Aagaard ||Peruville cemetary|
If you are ever in this area and want to give it another shot look me up I'd be glad to give you a hand searching for markers. Just email me I'll give you my number and we can arrange a time and date. In the meantime there are loads of
vanmarters in the groton rural cemetary. The link to those records is
|Judy||Luther/Olive Linderman - Seward Cemetery|
THANK YOU for bringing this to my attention. I looked really closely at the photo & you are correct. I thought it said LUther rather than MOther. I have made the changes & made a notation on Luther's grave that there is currently no headstone for this grave unless it is there & is covered by years of debris. Thanks again, Sincerely, Judy
Added by Judy on Jul 23, 2016 8:07 AM
|cara||Osceola and Rufus Thompson|
Osceola Thompson married Gertrude Beveridge, 6 Dec 1871, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois. Osceola died 8 Jan 1873, of smallpox at Newport Barracks, KY. Their son, Del Beveridge Thompson was born 6 July 1873, Springfield. IL.
Gertrude married Rufus Thompson, brother of Osceola Thompson, 19 June 1881, Franks, IL
I don't know where Osceola Thompson is buried.
Added by cara on Jan 01, 2016 12:47 PM
|Linda McNeal Millerick||Jacob B. Myers Memorial|
Thank you for transferring Memorial # 105379499 in Dekalb, IL. I appreciate your creating his Memorial. I will try to add family information in the near future. You are one busy person.
Sincerely, Linda Millerick NSDAR
|nikki ||Samuel King- New Vernon|
I was just wondering if you are related to Samuel King. Was doing research and my 6x ggmother Rhoda King Harding had a brother Samuel. She is also buried at this cemetery
Thanks in advance Nikki
Added by nikki on Mar 09, 2015 2:50 PM
|John Awbrey||Benjamin Simmons|
I just linked a daughter of Benjamin Simmons and Sarah Peoples Simmons to their memorials. If any problems, please let me know.
|David Carr||Henry Chappell|
Thanks for spending some of your time to secure this headstone photo for me. Very much appreciated!
|Melissa Stickles||RE: Andrew & Rebecca Sutherland|
You are very welcome! Just wish we had been able to find a stone for Andrew and Rebecca. I photographed the others but I see there were photos already on the memorials. If there were stones in the first place, perhaps they/it had fallen over due to the fact the plot is located on a hill? Not sure as I tried to find evidence there may have been a stone or 2 there but the only evidence is the empty space between the 1st wife and Andrew's parents...but this cemetery association has the stones fixed and replaced. This is one of the best cared for cemeteries I have ever been to!
Would you know who the parents of Conrad Mohr, buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery, were? Thank you!
Added by Nedly on Apr 15, 2014 10:13 AM
|Elaine Lindoo||Dora Kouse Nehring|
Thank you for transferring my Great Grandmother to me. Thank you for all your help with the cemetery updates. Hope I am not bombarding you with too much! Elaine
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