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Barbara Samans (#46985709)
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Bio Photo Got hooked on Find a Grave when I saw some of my relatives head stones here. Thought ti was such a great idea..so I and others will be able to have some pictures if they do not have actual people pictures to go along with their genealogy :)
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DASG
Charles A. Morgan/Ashby
Hi there,
I may have found one of your Morgans, again at Glenwood Cemetery. I posted the photo. The dates are 1869-1916.
If he's part of your families, LMK, and I'll be happy to transfer to you.
deb
Added by DASG on Jul 03, 2014 2:38 PM
Raymond Sassman
RE: Percy Dowling
Hi Barbara, Today I posted a picture of the location

Ray
Added by Raymond Sassman on Jul 02, 2014 5:22 PM
Raymond Sassman
RE: Percy Dowling
OKay Barb I will take a picture of the plot location.

Ray
Added by Raymond Sassman on Jun 28, 2014 5:18 PM
Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko
Asa Fowles
you can add a message that there is no headstone by using the EDIT tab process under Marker transcription.

thanks!
pj
Added by Patricia (Patti) Joy Bern... on Jun 24, 2014 6:46 PM
Judy Hughes
RE: Sarah Jennings Flansburgh
I did take care of this matter. I'm curious, how did this particular g.s. get zeroed in on? I question because I know of a large cemetery in my town that the originator of the information did not connect anyone, will not respond to an inquiry and if someone wanted to put on the additional, correct information--it would be a duplicate--so what is one to do?
Added by Judy Hughes on Jun 23, 2014 1:35 PM
Tombstoner
RE: Thomas and Drucilla Simpson
Can you let me have your email address so that I can send the photos direct to you?

With regard to your request for a photo of the whole cemetery, this is difficult as the cemetery is so large. I can send you a photo of the entrnace gates. I've done a quick Google search trying to find an aerial photo of the cemetery but no luck so far. I will also try Liverpool Central Library, Archives department
Added by Tombstoner on Jun 16, 2014 8:41 AM
Jessica Goforth
Kaub
You're very welcome, I'm happy to help.
Added by Jessica Goforth on Jun 13, 2014 11:02 AM
Jan D
Searle in Easthampton MA
Barbara, please contact me by email. I have some possibly related SEARLE photos I'd like to send you from Section 4 of Brookside Cemetery.

Jan

jamma812@gmail.com
Added by Jan D on Jun 03, 2014 12:56 PM
CindyLee
35460642 Marian Kaub
Hi Barbara, Are you related to Marian (Schweninger) Kaub? I've just added her brother Ivan Schweninger. I'll use the edit tab for her parents. Thanks, Cindy
Added by CindyLee on Jun 01, 2014 2:08 PM
lwinslow
C. A. Ganson 23770134
You sent me a suggestion for Myrle Allen 23769914 but it was about C. A. Ganson and was addressed to Tony which somehow ended up as a message to me.

But -

You can contact Moraine Township regarding the Ganson burial:

http://www.morainetownship.org/contact.html

But I made copies of all the burial cards from Moraine Township a few years ago, and I don't think the Twp. knows much beyond what's on the cards. Many of the burial cards are empty because they were railroad employees. Cards for Block 18 are all empty for this reason. I can send you copies if you send your email.

"Railroad Men's Home" (for Aged and Disabled Railroad Employees of America) was nearby in Highland Park, and I don't know where their records ended up.

C. A Ganson is buried in Mooney, and was a railroad employee. He may not have had any relatives with whom he could be buried, and there are no other Gansons buried in Mooney or the adjacent St. Mary Cemetery. I don't think this could have been a "she".

Hope this helps -
Added by lwinslow on May 31, 2014 1:21 PM
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