|Phillip H. Pitzer (#46774530)|
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|Keith & Lynne||Monnie (McCluskey) Wheeler transfer|
Thank you very much for the transfer! I'm getting more info ready to put on there. All the best, Keith & Lynne
|Betty Sears||RE: Nickerson, KS|
Thanks for your prompt reply.
Hopefully the three memorials will get transferred to Wildmead.
|Betty Sears||Nickerson, KS|
Hi Phillip, Is there more than one cemetery in Nickerson, KS.
There are 3 entries on find-a-grave in the Nickerson Cemetery, Nickerson, KS
I think there is only 1 cemetery with the name of Wildmead in Nickerson, KS. Is that correct.
I have written to the three persons who created the memorials in the Nickerson Cemetery and asked them to transfer them to Wildmead.
Let me know if this is correct.
Appreciate all of your work on find-a-grave.
|Spotsgenie||Julia Florine Stull|
Thank You for the transfer of Julia Florine Stull that was fast!!!!
|Al P||Gretchen Flaming memorial|
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by Al P on Jun 06, 2014 12:44 AM
Thanks for the transfer
Thanks for the transfer
Thanks for the quick transfer. Nancy
Added by Daisy on May 31, 2014 2:36 PM
|Shirley Thacker Hartman||Thank You|
Thank you for the transfer of William Flickinger's memorial. I have made the changes.
|MrsB||Joseph Stiebe transfer|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Joseph Stiebe's memorial. Since the family spoke German at home, I would think they were some of the German Mennonites/Lutherans/Jews invited by Catherine the Great to help populate and strengthen Russia.
They were lucky they got out in 1914. My mother told the story of some Germans that got out in the mid-1920's, and came to Nebraska, and their tales of mass graves back in Russia were scary. My father's people had been in Russia too, but left in the late 1880's when it became clear that the religious freedom they had been promised by Catherine didn't last long after her lifetime.
Added by MrsB on May 25, 2014 7:44 PM
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