|Janet Durlam (#47545670)|
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A friend got me hooked on the Find A Grave site. I love this way to document family history.|
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Added by jcs10der on Feb 19, 2013 11:37 AM
|GerryLee Newell Bailey||RE: george prescott|
You are so welcome Janet.
Thank you Janet.
Added by jcs10der on Feb 02, 2013 11:55 AM
|Marty & Harley||RE: G Durlam|
Genevieve is a cousin of my husbands. I have just recently started to work on his side and was glad to find her memorial. Thanks also for the photo of them and the memorial...and would love to see the obit...Thanks again.
|Doug Moyer||RE: Memorial for Hanah Lochner|
Wow, freaked me out - the memorial changed while I was looking at it and sending the picture to my brother's step d-in-law (her father's ancestral line is what I am working on at the present time).
If there is anything else I can help with, drop me a note: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great SuperBowl weekend - Douglas Moyer
|Doug Moyer||Memorial for Hanah Lochner|
Not sure if you would be interested, but I have Hanah's maiden name as Paughle, from the information contained in William's marriage info (below), found on the LDS FamilySearch.org website. I believe this information to be correct:
Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934 - name: William Lochner
event date: 01 Jan 1886
event place: Eden Valley Jackson, Iowa, United States
estimated birth year: 1861
father: George Lochner
mother: Hanah Paughle
spouse: Louie E. Cook
spouse's age: 21
spouse's estimated birth year: 1865
spouse's father: Elisha Cook
spouse's mother: Elizabeth Taylor
reference number: item 2
film number: 1255478
digital folder number: 004311206
image number: 161
|jcs10der||William and Estella Dirlam|
I was curious if you know where William (1880-1950) and Estella (1887-1949) Dirlam are buried?
Added by jcs10der on Jan 21, 2013 6:22 PM
|Hal Carter||Mary Paine Cole|
Ref: Find A Grave 74965278 and Find A Grave 65580168. I left a note with Ms. Linda MAC asking her to delete her entry because your contains more info. Suggest you coordinate with her. Thank you,
|Linda Linn||RE: James Hite|
You are quite welcome!
Thank you very much for taking the photo of his tombstone for me.
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