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Delbert Bauer (#47095919)
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Bio Photo Born and raised in Colorado. 1952 graduate of West Denver High School. Then two years of Civil Engineering at University of Denver. Then three years of U.S. Army. Then ten years as Civil Engineering Tech. with the Bureau of Reclamation. Then ten years as a Radar Air Traffic Controller with the F.A.A. Then, finally, two college degrees (B.S. in Business Administration and B.S. in Accounting). Then three different Accounting Firms. Then four years as a sales and use tax auditor for the Nebraska Dept. of Rev. Then 10 years for the City of Mesa, AZ as a budget analyst before retiring. And somewhere along the way two wives and three children.
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Betty Robbins-Toso
Robert Hemphill Gillespie
Thank you so much for making the corrections regarding his burial.
Added by Betty Robbins-Toso on Nov 21, 2014 7:50 AM
llewmax
Hannah Corning Cann
No photograph exists for Hannah Corning Cann (1784-1839), since she died in 1839 at the age of 55 and photography, which was only invented in 1839, did not become common in the US until the mid-1840s.

Please delete your image from this site from other websites, to prevent others from becoming confused.

I, as much as you, would like to have a photo of Hannah, but that hope will not be realized in mortality.
Added by llewmax on Nov 09, 2014 11:45 PM
FamleLady
Johnson Family
Where did the info come from for this family? I found all these names are members of Snellen Marion and Sarah Hunt Johnson with way different dates?
Added by FamleLady on Nov 07, 2014 7:33 PM
Betty Robbins-Toso
Robert Hemphill Gillespie
He is not buried in Salina, Utah as your memorial so states. He is buried in Mount Pleasant, Utah. I don't know where in Mount Pleasant, because the pioneer records for the cemetery there are very incomplete. According the the city of Mount Pleasant the pioneers took their dead to the cemetery and buried them, lots of times they used wooden markers that are now gone. No records were kept in the early days. When he was killed near Salina, his body was taken by horse back to his home in Mount Pleasant.
Added by Betty Robbins-Toso on Oct 22, 2014 6:51 PM
GardenNana
Beer Photos
You have put the pic. in as family photo's. they need to be put in as cemetery memorial. It does not show that there is pictures of family stones.
Thanks Garden Nanna



Added by GardenNana on Aug 20, 2014 6:34 AM
V Trimm-Estes Kimbrell
Estes
Thank you for your work on several generations of the Estes family, of whom I descend. Virginia
Added by V Trimm-Estes Kimbrell on Jul 16, 2014 12:03 PM
Bradley
stirling.bradley@yahoo.com
Dear Delbert Richard Maxwell 35380490. You have him link to Ann Judy that is the wrong mother the wright one is Elizabeth Kirkpatrick 132429214. Are you related the MAXWELL, DODGE I have an aunt MYRTLE BAUER in Cedar City Utah,is she in your line.
THANK YOU
BRADLEY
Richard is my 4th Great-grandfather 35380490
William Maxwell is my 5th Great-grandfather 35393241
Elizabeth Kirkpatrick is my 5th Great-grandmother 132429214
Added by Bradley on Jul 06, 2014 7:39 PM
EGF
Shaylor
Many thanks for making the cemetery correction. It's much appreciated!
Added by EGF on Jul 03, 2014 2:46 PM
Pat Christensen
Married names on memorials
From Findagrave FAQ
How should I enter all married names for a woman's memorial when she was married more than once?
The 'last name' should be the name that is on the headstone. Other married names should be included as part of the biography section. The 'maiden name' should only be her maiden name. Unless the maiden name is hypenated, no part of the name should contain any punctuation.
Added by Pat Christensen on May 08, 2009 6:10 PM
 

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