|joe harrington (#46996935)|
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Please don't ask me to transfer a singular family member if they are linked to other members. Do to health issues I will be taking very few photos anymore, sorry!|
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|Pam Z11451||John B. Boudreau (#935723520)|
In this memorial there are three photographs, but one (the smaller memorial) is for J.B. Boudreau, who is the father of John B. Boudreau. I have created a memorial for J.B. (Jean Baptiste) Boudreau (#151265865) and with your permission I'd like to add the photo you took. This photo also indicates J.B.'s wife is buried with him. Her memorial # is 151265937.
I am also asking your permission to upload your photo to the Boudreau family members on my Ancestry and FamilySearch family trees. You will be credited with the photos.
Thank you so much for your work in the area. This couple are my 3rd great-grandparents and finding photos of their graves here is like finding treasure!
|Steven Emmons||RE: Grave Location|
I am looking for the location of the Graves in the cemetery since it is such a large cemetery. If you don't know I'll just call the Aroma Park for information. Once again thank you!
|Steven Emmons||Grave Location|
You took the pictures of Eugene and Bertha Martin (28240682) and (28240683). Do you know where I can find a map of the Aroma Park Township Cemetery if there is one. Thank you and have a nice day!
|Dana Gammage||Clyde Redman|
I am working on this family for a cousin of mine who is related to him. As I mentioned to you in my previous message, I want the research to be as correct as possible. Perpetuating errors is very discouraging to researchers. That is the reason that I gave you my sources for the information I questioned and asked for your sources, so that we could evaluate them. Thanks again for your interest.
|Dana Gammage||Clyde Wilbur Redman Junior|
How could that be true when the family did not yet live in Kankakee--but instead in Franklin County Illinois according to both the 1930 and 1940 United States Census records. They were not recorded in the United States Census records for Kankakee County. Yes, in later years they did live there; do you have certified birth certificates for them from Kankakee County or any other certified sources?
In addition, Franklin Delano Redman was born in Franklin County Illinois in May 1939 and died in Kankakee County, but not until October 1943 according to the Illinois Death and Stillbirth Index, and he was the youngest of all seven of the children. How and why would the census taker have conjured up different information for Franklin County about a family living in Kankakee County when these counties are not located anywhere near each other? I would really appreciate your sharing your sources with me, as I have done for you, for the births not being in Thompsonville, Franklin County, Illinois, instead of Kankakee, Kankakee County, Illinois, other than family tradition which is not considered a primary genealogical source. Thank you so very much as I really want this information to be recorded correctly.
|Mariellen (Molitoris) Mierzwiak||Carrie Mae Grant Harrington|
Would you mind transferring Carrie Mae Grant Harrington, #115969324 over to me, she was my Grandmother's sister. My name is Mariellen (Molitoris) Mierzwiak #47946375..
|Momence Graham Historic House||RE: Momence|
Your hard work is appreciated and thank you for all the transfers!
|Momence Graham Historic House||Momence|
Thank you so much for all your hard work on the Momence cemeteries! Your pictures are wonderful and you have done so many entries that you have made the genealogy project we are currently working on much easier! I just wanted you to know how much we appreciate all you have done! THANK YOU!!!
|Eva Hopkins||Albert Voegtle|
You mean the obituary I sent? I'm glad you added it!
|Eva Hopkins||Albert W Voegtle, Jr|
Thanks for what?
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