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BjJ (#46902476)
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Bio Photo I will be happy to add additional information or make corrections to memorials I maintain. Please use the Edit tab on the memorial to send your info to me and I will update. I transfer all memorials within the four-generation rule. I do not link to "burial unknown" listings.

My added vs. managed memorials difference is quite large because I manage many memorials transferred to me from a now inactive member. I work on these daily to update with info and add photos.

Please do not copy my photos to other websites (including Ancestry) without my permission.

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Theresa Baker
Mary Ann Simmons
Do you know if this is the Mary Ann who's maiden name was Flinn? Was she first married to Elijah Jefferson Dodd in Morgan County? I believe she married Lewis David Simmons in 1896.
Added by Theresa Baker on Oct 23, 2014 6:06 PM
Mcbraun
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I just happened upon the photo of your Grandpa reading to you - what a WONDERFUL photo.I just had to send a reply. That is Priceless and cherished I am sure. Beautiful.
Added by Mcbraun on Oct 21, 2014 5:31 PM
Marc Thayer, III
William Powell Thayer III

Hi,

Thanks for the obituary for William Powell Thayer Jr. It is much appreciated!

Regards,

Marc Thayer III
Added by Marc Thayer, III on Oct 20, 2014 7:58 PM
Gary & Linda Albrecht Maret
elizabeth miller
Thank you so much for trying to find the stone for Elizabeth. It always makes me so sad when a grave is unmarked but I know so many of the old ones are missing or have been destroyed over time. Again thanks and have a great day. Linda Albrecht Maret
Added by Gary & Linda Albrecht Mar... on Oct 20, 2014 12:14 PM
Kenneth D. Tyler
Sharon Moore Memorials
Thanks for the updates on memorials that Sharon created while she was alive. Although, I have maintained her memorials in the past waiting for her nieces to take them over that hasn't happened. I have not been maintaining them lately, however, as I have been very busy working on my own. Would you be interested in having me transfer them to you? Thanks.
Ken Tyler, Oostburg WI
Added by Kenneth D. Tyler on Oct 20, 2014 7:48 AM
Debbie B
RE: James Barclay
Ok, thanks. Any help will be appreciated. As is your fast turnaround on the edits.
--Debbie
Added by Debbie B on Oct 18, 2014 9:27 PM
Grave Recorder
RE: Thanks again...
You're welcome
Added by Grave Recorder on Oct 11, 2014 5:02 PM
Grave Recorder
RE: Thank you!
You are so very welcomed. I was happy to help.
Added by Grave Recorder on Oct 11, 2014 11:11 AM
JOMAMA
RE: George Neat Rice And Family
Thank you very much
Joe
Added by JOMAMA on Oct 09, 2014 5:26 PM
M Case
RE: Huldah Button
Thank you again. Since there is no stone for her in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield, are you working from the cemetery records? I ask because if you are, then I have to assume there is no more information to be found. She has been a brick wall for me for decades. All I know is that she was widowed in Connecticut before the 1830 census, and moved with a large group including her 3 daughters to Christian County Illinois before the 1840 census. I have no maiden name for her and no name for her husband. Mercy and Horace Morgan moved their family from Christian County to Springfield around 1848. The other 2 daughters remained in Christian County with their families.
Added by M Case on Oct 09, 2014 5:15 PM
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