|Marilyn Sanner Keim (#46809294)|
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I live in the south central Nebraska.|
Don't send transfer requests in Messages.
Don't send items to be edited on messages -- send them on SAC (send a correction) on the memorial.
I will be happy to transfer to a relative if it is within the Find A Grave guidelines. Please state your relationship of the memorial you want transferred. Just saying they are family is not acceptable. I WILL NOT transfer entire families because you want a whole family in a certain cemetery. Direct family members would be within four generations such as GREAT-GRANDPARENTS, GRANDPARENTS, PARENTS, or SIBLINGS.
You - Siblings
Father - Mother
Please send request for transfer through the correction tab it makes it easier to locate the memorial.
I will also make corrections to memorials of others as well, just send the information to me on the corrections form.
My photographs may be copied and used only if credit is given to me as the original photographer
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|Kerry Horne McCormick||Culbertsons|
Hi Marilyn, I sent you an e-mail so be on the lookout. Thanks!
|Kerry Horne McCormick||RE: Culbertson|
No problem! I was happy to give you the source of the info. There is so much misinformation in ancestry, it's good to have a double check on things. Hope it was some help!
|Kerry Horne McCormick||RE: Culbertson|
I believe you are wondering where I got the middle name for Joseph Shrom Culbertson 1842-1917?
Here is one source of it:
He is #187, the first issue of James Wilson Culbertson.
The above web page is the digital version of the book:
"GENEALOGY OF THE CULBERTSON AND CULBERSON FAMILIES" BY LEWIS R. CULBERTSON, M. D.
The Courier Co., Zanesville, Ohio 1923
Feel free to e-mail me with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Bryan Anderson||Ruben Schulte|
I'm sorry to bother you again, but I found another member of Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. This time I am requesting to use your photograph of the grave of Ruben Schulte, who served with my grandfather, Gunder Anderson.
Ruben Schulte (Find A Grave Memorial# 42253083).
Again, thank you!
Thank you for sending me the information for her. I do appreciate it very much.
Added by TLC on Dec 13, 2016 6:40 PM
|Bryan Anderson||Remmer Henrichs Voss|
You helped me with Ruben Schulte, and now I have another request, so sorry for bothering you again.
As I stated before, I am researching my paternal grandfather's army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to documentation and confirmed by Remmer Voss's gravestone, he was in the same unit as my grandfather.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my research, but I want to eventually publish something. It may be a book, an article, or something else. Should I publish something, may I have permission to use your photograph of Remmer H. Voss's gravestone? I'm not even sure I'll use the photograph, but I want to be prepared.
What a beautiful stone!
With warm regards,
Find A Grave Memorial# 52650854
|Cari Gillette||Memorial# 59708810|
You posted the picture of my 2nd great grandmother's tombstone, but I cannot read the small print on the stone. I'd like to know what it says. I appreciate your help so much.
Blessings to you as you continue this wonderful work of posting gravestones. We can learn from the past.
|Kathy Monical||RE: George Rau # 61803317, Photo|
Thank you for informing me it's written in German. When my brother has time to travel there from Lincoln he can bring an English/German translation book. Good opportunity to test his skills, with his wife along to help!
|Kathy Monical||George Rau # 61803317, Photo|
You took a photo of George Rau's headstone in 2012, memorial # 61803317. Are you, or someone you know, able to visit Peace Lutheran cemetery and transcribe what was written in the top section of his headstone in photo 2? He immigrated at age 13 arriving 10 May 1894, destination Deshler, NE, died two years later. I believe he arrived as a servant for my great grandfather Conrad Beisner. I hope to get an obit in time to learn more. A Pauline Rau immigrated at age 15 the year before, arriving 4 Apr 1893. She was a servant for Conrad and Louise Rohde Beisner, married their oldest son William Carl Beisner, died 1954, is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery. Hope to get an obit for her as well to tell their stories.
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Ruben Schulte|
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