|Russell Kasper (#47146727)|
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History buff. Members of the Rantoul Historical Society. Loves photography. Husband and wife team search East Central Illinois for graves of missing loved ones. Air Force Veterans.|
Let us help you if we can. Interested in searching out my family in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. KASPER, RIEGNER, ODENBRETT, SCHELL, SACHER, POLZIN, and THIELE. Would be most greatful for family information from Germany/Prussia/Austria. Have lost all family records pre-naturalization to USA.
Wife and I are trying to document all cemeteries in Rantoul, Illinois area. Elmwood Cemetery completed 2009, Ludlow Cemetery completed 2009,
Beekman Cemetery-Fisher completed 2009, Bethlehem Cemetery completed 2009, Bill Huss Chapel Cemetery-St Joseph completed 2009, Collison Cemetery-Collison completed 2009, Dunn/Locust Grove Cemetery-N. Urbana completed 2009, Elliott Cemetery-Elliott completed 2010,
Hall Cemetery-Paxton completed 2009, Harwood Chapel Cemetery completed 2009, Leonard Cemetery-Danville completed 2009, Old Partlow Cemetery-Potomac completed 2009, Oregan Cemetery-Elliott completed 2010, Patton Cemetery-Middlefork Forest Preserve completed 2009, Prospect Cemetery-Paxton completed 2009, revisited and additions made April 2011; Saint Johns Cemetery-Royal completed 2009. Maplewood Cemetery-Rantoul completed 11/7/2010.Eden Park Cemetery, Rantoul, Il completed 11/20/2010. Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church Cemetery, Thomasboro, Il completed 3/2/2011. Beckman Cemetery-Flatville, completed 3/2/2011. Meharry Cemetery, Ford Co, Il updated/completed 4/3/11. Farmersville Cemetery, Ford Co., Il updated/completed 4/3/11. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery-Rantoul, completed 5/22/11. As of July 2011: Completed St. Lawrence Cemetery, Penfield, Il Nov. 2012. Willowbrook Cemetery-Fisher, Il, completed 5/15/13. Update all veteran burials at Drummer Township Cemetery, Ford Co., Il, completed October 2013.
I am working on adding obituaries to these cemetery memorials, as I find them at the Rantoul Historical Society: A work in progress, SEE MY VIRTUAL CEMETERIES FOR LIST OF NAMES OF VETERANS BURIED AT EACH CATALOGED CEMETERY. WE THANK THEM FOR THERE SERVICE:).
Jan. 2015: Huge project completed: All Civil War Soldiers buried in Champaign County, Illinois is now on find-a-grave. Documentation on each has been added where available. Check out my virtual cemeteries for more information.
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Thank you for transferring Philip Opperman Memorial to me. Will now focus on finding the memorials of all Opperman family members. Thank you for your consideration. :)
Added by Cinder on Jun 01, 2015 8:04 AM
|Cinder||PVT Philipp Opperman|
Please consider transferring Philipp Opperman (Memorial 138290963) to me, Cindy Fleming (Account 48339995). This is my Great Grand Uncle. He will be in good hands. Thank you for your consideration.
Added by Cinder on May 29, 2015 10:45 AM
|Jean Auteberry||RE: Michael Moreland|
You are welcome. Wish I could have done more. I will try to see if I can find out who takes care of it and see where he was supposed to be.
|goldenthreads||Sarah Jane Hylbert|
Her death certificate gives her birth year as 1844, and the headstone says 1846-which is correct?
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Ethel and Lewis Hylbert's gravestone. She was my wonderful Mother-in-Law's half-sister. Ethel was a sweet lady!
Added by Judy on May 06, 2015 9:42 AM
You are wrong about Sarah Jane McClung Hylbert being in Maplewood. She is there with her family
Added by Debra on May 05, 2015 8:40 AM
Thanks for the transfer of my relatives. I appreciate your work on FindaGrave!
Added by jamia79 on Apr 28, 2015 10:19 AM
|Carey Feltmeyer||RE: John Keller, Zion Church Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the additional information! He is one of the "dead ends" within my family tree, so it's always super excited to learn anything new about him. I have searched for information on him through ancestry.com and familysearch.org, but have not come up with a lot. I will have to check out the other sites as I have many military members in my family! A great-great-great grandfather on my father's side also fought for the confederacy with companies K and A of Kentucky's 6th regiment. He is buried up here in McDonough Co. in the same cemetery as his daughter's father-in-law (another of my great-great-great grandfather's) who fought with the union Co D 28th IL infantry. I bet that made for some interesting family discussions! Anyway, thanks again for all the information and help! It is so great appreciated! Thanks again for all your work in helping preserve this history!
|Carey Feltmeyer||John Keller|
I am wondering about the civil war document you posted for John Keller (Zion Cemetery, Bond Co, IL). He is my great-great-great grandfather and I was curious if you were related and if you are, if you happened to have any more information or documents pertaining to him. Thank you!
|betty bottles||RE: Jacob Myers|
There is no Civil War marker by his stone.
Over the years some may have been broken so that does not mean he wasn't in the War. The date may be the burial date and not his death date. We go by the date on his stone for his death date. I am
sorry it took me so long to answer you back.
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