|Chuck James (#47135012)|
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I recently retired with a lot more time than money and found a hobby that interests me and I can afford. I hope I can make worthwhile contributions to this website.|
I live in Western Nebraska but I travel alot and am covering NW Nebraska, Southwest South Dakota, and anywhere else my travels take me!
For any corrections or requests for transfer please go through the 'edit' button. I have too many memorials to be stumbling through for the right one. This also gives me the requester #.
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|Christopher Allyn Mentrum||Rosa Ehlers Lamb 72326719|
Thank you very much for taking the time to take a photo of her headstone. I really appreciate it.
|MaryG||William Brainerd Brooks #39501109|
Thank You for posting the gravestone for my adoptive Great Grandfather. His son Eugene Carey Brooks adopted my father John Eugene Brooks. I am trying to gather the family and have all except William's daughter Lucy Maud Brooks Knight so that I can connect them. It has been as exciting a trip finding the Brooks family as it has been the Birth family. If you would care to transfer Wm B. Brooks to me I would greatly appreciate it, we paid respects there once but we live in NY State so probably will not ever get there again. They traveled far and wide after he served in the Civil War.
Added by MaryG on Oct 11, 2014 12:59 PM
|Anonymous||Harriet and Mary Potts|
Thank you so much for transferring my great-grandmother's memorial. You've no idea how much it means. And for my cousin's, too, though I didn't ask for hers because it's against the rules.
|Bob & Sandi Hamilton||Reutter family|
Thanks Chuck for taking the photos of my Reutter family's grave stones in the Zion Lutheran Cemetery, East of Kadoka, Jackson Co., South Dakota. I see that you could not find Shane David Reutter's grave stone. I was not sure if there was one, because he was born and died on the same day. Thanks again for taking the time to take the photos.
|Beth Perry-Wattleworth||Updating Leader Graves Oconomowc|
Thank you for updating the information for Irma (Otto)and Bob Leader.
They were dear Great Aunt and Great Uncle to me. As all, people on Find-a-Grave, there are special. There were especially cherished by my cousins and me since the did not have children.
Thank you again for you update.
I asked, I blinked and it was done. Thanks for the fast work.
Added by jpm on Sep 23, 2014 12:28 PM
|Calmly Searching||Shirley Sager|
Thank you for sending the accurate information on Shirley's burial location. I got the original information off of the Sheridan County Gravesites on line about 4 years ago.
I believe those are done from actual ledgers, guess I expected them to be correct. So glad you caught the error. I have changed the burial to White Clay.
|Jason Cerny||Goldie Larsen|
Thank you for the updated photo. Would you be able to post the updated photo to her husband Harland's memorial as well please.
|Julie Grabill Rasmussen||Blankenship|
#52865515, Frank E. Blankenship, Dellview Cemetery,
Manville, Niobrara County, Wyoming. He had a brother Marvin who was living in Casper WY at the time of their mother's death in 1928. Do you know if Marvin is buried near Frank?
I am trying to untangle the Floyd Wynn & Malinda (Grabill) Blankenship family from among the many Blankenships, and it has been a challenge. Thanks for any help. Julie
|Sarah Pabst||Ila Spracklen|
Thank you very much for the picture of Ila's gravestone! I appreciate it so much!!
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