|J F-B (#47283216)|
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Why Find A Grave is important to me:
Little Boy Lost No More
A Mite of Humanity
The Broken Chick
Special thanks to: Duane Heit and Merrill Austin ~ For help with the history of my family in Iowa. And many others who help me piece together my family quilt.
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Kudos to Dyanne, Mike, Deb, Jerry, Lane, Christopher, and Ms Lucy for their countless hours of help documenting Union Cemetery!
Special thanks to Jerry, Mike, Leonard, and Deb for transferring their Union memorials to my care.
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I believe in credit where credit is due. Those sending information for memorials I manage are linked in the memorials. The helpful nature of Find A Grave volunteers is awesome!
For Union Cemetery: When there is conflicting information about the verified spelling of a name, I will use the spelling on the gravestone inscription. If there is no gravestone, I will use the spelling as shown in the cemetery records unless there is compelling evidence of a different spelling.
** My apologies for any delays in responding to corrections, suggestions, or other inquiries. I have been very ill since September 2014 and unable to do anything on Find A Grave. I am now recuperating slowly, so please hang in there with me. I will work a few hours each day to try to catch up but it will take a while. (11 Feb 2015)
Good days, bad days; good weeks, bad weeks. (16 Oct 2015)
Please send all corrections and additions through the EDIT link in the upper right corner of each memorial rather than posting them to my profile page. This allows me to easily access the precise memorial so I can correctly add pertinent information. Thank you.
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The transfer is complete! I always feel happy transferring to someone who is related/knows the deceased! Very best wishes!
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Fatula|
You're very welcome and thank you for the compliment!
|jrentch||RE: Phillip N. Rentch|
Thank you for your reply.
Added by jrentch on Oct 16, 2015 1:29 PM
Thank you for transferring Joann and Ed Walden's memorials to me. You are correct, they were very dear friends of my husband and me. I had dinner with their son just last week and he told me about the burial locales of his grandparents. I appreciate you creating the memorials and will take good care of them.
Hope your health continues to improve.
|jrentch||Phillip N. Rentch|
Would you happen to know who the parents are of Phillip? I believe they were Edward Murphy Rentch and Susan Mason Rentch of Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., WV. They moved to St. Joseph, MO. between 1875-1882 and operated a Merchantile business until his wife's death in 1918. I am trying to confirm that Phillip was their son. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Added by jrentch on Oct 16, 2015 5:52 AM
|Tom Denardo||mt olivet raytown missouri|
I found emery b. 1924 and his wife catherine
Ellen doyle 9-19-1926 d. 11-25-2011. Next to them is john f. Cashin b.9-5-1893 d. 4-8-1954 and his wife jennie t. Cashin b 9-8-1890 d. 10-7-76. None are listed. Add records then request all 4 and i will add pics
Hi, I noticed you have Batavia Cemetery in Bowerville, Todd County, Minn. You only have two people listed. Is that all you inputted or did you get out to the cemetery. I have a lot of relatives buried there I believe that cemetery which looked abandoned. It was hard to find. I remember a few stones in the cemetery but cannot go back since I moved out east. Wondering if you once went there but only posted the two people? Jerry
Added by Zimmy on Oct 09, 2015 5:45 PM
|samuel randall||Franklin Hagadone|
City of Lexington had no record of Franklin Hagadone being buried at Greenwood Cemetery. He also checked Evergreen Cemetery records with no results. I did walk the baby area of Greenwood. The only result was a broken heart that so many of them did not even get headstones. The City employee who helped me suggested you contact the Dawson County Museum (308-324-5340)or city library (324-2151) for further help, as there are other cemeteries outside town the city does not have records for. Hope that helps:) Sam Randall
|rundrums||Marion Junction cemetery photo request|
Hello, I wanted to let you know that i was in this cemetery about a month ago and took photos of about 90% of the headstones, I am sorry i missed your two persons as far as the head stone. But I do have a photo of the Family stone that has SUMMERS / OSGOODE on it I did not clam you photo request. but if you would like i can add this one photo to any of your memorials. please let me know and if you want them put on their memorial page, please add memorial numbers in the replyed message
Added by rundrums on Aug 06, 2015 1:58 PM
|Stephen Bear||John Delano Tarr|
Sorry I meant 1851 instead of 1861.
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