|Wm. Boileau (#47366322)|
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I am the son of Harry R. Boileau and Sarah Louise Kilgore. My parents lived in Ainsworth, IA when I was born in 1944. At the age of 5 we moved to Washington, IA. I am a member of the Washington High School class of 1962. Served in the U.S. Marine Corps, Vietnam veteran. |
In 1968 I married Karen K. Deatsch, daughter of Romuald F. Deatsch and Gladys M. Kron, of rural Riverside, IA.
The names that I am researching for our family tree:
My paternal side:
Boileau, Smith, Vinton, Coen
My maternal side:
Kilgore, Wallace, Purvis
My wife's paternal side:
Deatsch, Birrer, Rummelhart
My wife's maternal side:
Kron, Kloepher, Kiefer
I happened upon Find A Grave when doing family research and found it to be a valuable tool. Also learning that volunteer work made it possible I decided to "pitch in." In addition, I also contribute to the Iowa Gravestone Photo Project. There is a great deal of satisfaction in honoring our predecessors. As a result I have heard from people across the country and enjoy helping them when possible.
Photos - You are welcome to copy any headstone photos,
no credits necessary.
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|Richard Ross||Dorothy E. Manning McCracken|
Thank you for the links for Dorothy McCracken. She has been linked to her parents.
|Dori & Ed Chrisp||Old Crawfordville Cemetery|
The Old Crawfordville Cemetery is located between Washington and Mt. Pleasant on highway 218 Washington County, Iowa. We were there in 2000. We found the information on the cemetery from the Washington County Historical Society in Washington, Washington County, Iowa. Hope this helps.
I was wondering if you would transfer the memorial of My Aunt Linda Keasling 108663306 to me contributor# 46587110
Added by leslie on May 15, 2013 6:32 PM
|Gail Wenhardt||Your good work|
I've entered all the obits you have sent. Keep up the good work!
|Robert Cihla||Bonnie Aybrecht|
Plato is a area north of West Branch Ia. that was where Bonnie and her folks lived when she was born, I was a small town with a store and railroad section house where her father had worked.
|Emily Pennington||Lorraine Yuza|
Lorraine's memorial is fixed! Thanks for letting me know.
|Genie Lady||Joan Hutchcroft|
You have my permission to transfer the headstone photo of Joan Hutchcroft to her husband's memorial page. Be careful when walking in Kossuth Cemetery because several years ago I fell through a hole where soil washed away from stone. Through a lenthy process I found 'live relatives' of that stone and after I sent pictures to them they had that area built up with additional soil.
|Genie Lady||Dorothy Spilger|
Thank you for the information on Dorothy's parents and they have been connected. Keep up your good work in preserving family history for future generfations.
I added the info you had sent. Her memorial was made before she passed away as I had entered the entire cemetery from an index and she had been listed most likely since her husband had already passed away or they had already had a stone put up in the cemetery.
Added by svandee on Apr 10, 2013 11:21 AM
|Colleen Hoover||Thank you|
For your service, and for leaving the token and message of respect on my Dads memorial SSGT Richard J Hogan, Korean War Vet. God bless you!
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