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|Danny Driesel||Jay Mary Jane Atkins|
Could you please help me on any info on Jay and Mary Atkins 67441514, 673977736, Jay is my 2nd cousin. You said they had two sons Joe and Tad. Any mor info on them?
|Mr.B||RE: Calvary Cemetery Sterling|
HAHAHA i knew the Touche` was coming if you responded at all 2 funny hunny now delete this message
Added by Mr.B on Oct 23, 2015 3:36 PM
|Mr.B||Calvary Cemetery Sterling|
is now in your Care, dont let it get you stressed out, and do the christian thing, Thank you for all you do for those searching for their ancestors final resting place, including those that are unable to volunteer or maybe they just dont get it? are are handicapped? who knows, but as Jesus taught we should do as he would do not as we or our fellow sisters and brothers would do. You have inspired many and they are thankful for your time and effort on their behalf. now go forward my friend and smile you did ask "What Say You"!!!
side bar...wouldnt you know that when I decided to throw in the towel on Find A Grave cousins find me that didnt know I existed and they are just starting their journey through Find A Grave, so Im helping their lines so on their behalf thank you again, I am sure we will cross memorials you have added for their ancestors in the whiteside county area.
You will always be thought of for your kindness and Giving Heart, remember what your Mom said
Added by Mr.B on Oct 21, 2015 8:25 PM
|Martin W Johnson||RE: Leander Hanford in Durand, IL cemetery|
1956 illinois veterans commission veterans burials by county, then cemetery. says leander b hanford pvt. co. H. 74th illinois inft. died or buried oct. 26, 1926. durand cemetery. illinois state archives transcribed muster rolls online have leander b. hanford pvt. co. G. 153rd. illinois inft. enlisted chicago feb. 27, 1865 age 20. resident of cook co. a farmer. also philo B. hanford in same regt. both born in winnebago co., illinois. no hanford's in 74th illinois inft. muster roll. must be a error in 1956 list.
|Wendy McIntosh||Francis M Lee|
Sorry, I meant add this but my fingers were too quick:
Name: Francis M. Lee
Marital Status: Single
Birth Place: Whiteside Co., Ill.
Marriage Date: 24 Jan 1889
Marriage Place: Springville, Linn, Iowa
Father: Marshall T. Lee
Mother: Elizabeth Wetzell
Spouse: Nettie G. Wilber
FHL Film Number: 1710785
|Wendy McIntosh||Francis M Lee|
I found Francis M Lee - He is the son of Marshall T and Elizabeth Lee.
|Wendy McIntosh||Frank vs Francis Lee|
Connie you are correct about the Lee's in Tampico.
I moved Frank M Lee to Roseville Cemetery and connected Nettie (once Hettie) to Francis Lee.
I will look up the information on Francis Lee.
|charles klingel||RE: Milligans and Lee's in Tampico Cemetery|
The best I can tell there were two Frank M. Lee one born 1861 and one born 1863. the 1900 census they were living with Edwin B. Wilber as Nettie G. The other Frank were also in the 1900 census living in Warren Co. Illinois with a different family and I think this was a different Frank M. Lee. The Frank M. Lee son of William H. Lee 127351608 did marry a Hattie Malcolm 27 Dec. 1888 Warren Co. Illinois. The Francis M. Lee beside her is her Husband thanks for your help.
|Valerie Wixen Thruelsen||Elizabeth I. Hutchinson Manning|
Thank you so much for all the pics! You were a busy bee yesterday weren't you? :)
|Valerie Wixen Thruelsen||William Manning|
24 Jul 1847 - 21 Feb 1848 I've requested another photo. I believe his name may have been David William Manning. He could have been listed as David, David W, David William or William Manning if my theory is correct. Actually the idea came from the photo of the memorial at Lyndon Cemetery where children of William and Elizabeth are listed. David W. is listed there. He's buried in Fletcher Chapel Cemetery. The photo that I want is a photo from Fletcher Chapel Cemetery...not a possible cenotaph. Thanks so much...
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