|Ann Maree (#47329830)|
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It will be a good idea for the summer season.
Added by Sky on Apr 01, 2015 6:43 AM
Mmmm... he is also listed in the Iowa County Death Records....(go under Family Search.org) It states: "Fillmore, Winneshiek, Iowa".. Now I also see him listed on the MN DC Index... so I suspect that he probablydid die in Fillmore County, MN. So your info is probably correct.... L
Added by Lindalee on Mar 29, 2015 7:06 PM
|Patricia McCluney||George David McCluney|
You have the wrong children listed. He is my husband's Grandfather. I have listed the correct children.
|Bulldog||RE: Capt. CLAGHORN|
Good ideas. When it warms up here, will go back and get a photo of the grassy (even though it's brown) knoll and the Potters Field marker. Meant to do it the other day but was so disappointed that hardly any markers are visible, so moved on to another area of the cemetery. The Woodlawn Cemetery manager told me there are no birthdates in their records. The Bay Area Genealogical Society website record has his age at 35 when he passed. That would mean he was born about 1833. You might try contacting them at bayareagenealogicalsociety.org to see if anyone can locate an obituary for you in an old Green Bay newspaper of 1868. Will place any new photos online to you when I get back to the cemetery. Bulldog
Added by Bulldog on Mar 26, 2015 9:40 AM
The Woodlawn Cemetery records state this individual is buried in the City Lot. This land is considered a Potters Field and there is a stone marker indicating this. The land is directly south of the office and adjacent to Webster Ave. Less than a dozen markers are visible and most cannot be read, even with a rubbing. Was not able to locate a marker for any of the eighteen (18) requests. Sorry!
Added by Bulldog on Mar 25, 2015 6:38 PM
|Paul Hoyt||Doris Baseden|
Hi Ann - thanks for the tip on her maiden name. I overlooked adding it, must have been asleep, ha. I knew her Dad, went to church with Warren, and to school with Danny. Good to hear from you!
|Debbie Bell||RE: Etta Ann Bush Myers|
Thank you so much for your assistance. Look forward to hearing what you find out about the cemetery.
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||RE: Minard S. Smith|
What is Ellen Purcell's memorial number? I'll link Minard Smith to her.
|Richard Guzik||RE: Mildred S Guzik|
Ann: Thank you so much for your concern. It is greatly appreciated. I will let Juli and Tim know that we touched base.
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||Minard S. Smith|
Thank you for the great photo! We were able to confirm his Civil War service with the tombstone info in the shot you took.
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