|JIP||Cedar Grove - Swank|
Memorial # 125556057 which you created has varying information from what the actual stone shows within the cemetery. I reviewed the obit you have posted. My question to you, when this memorial was created did you do a walk thru of the cemetery or was the information obtained thru a ancestry file?
In addition the mother of Anne Marie, Florence N. Swank has a memorial created by you as well and there are no documents to confirm she is buried in this cemetery.
Once again how was this information obtained ?
Hoping you will be able to clarify
Added by JIP on Aug 20, 2016 9:41 AM
|LOU member #47653322||Daniel Myers in Sterling, IL|
Deb - Thanks so much for finding Daniel's parents! I will be happy to transfer if you are related. Just let me know.
|wanda nitterhouse||John Richard Carper|
John Richard's grandfather( Frederick Karper) is my 4x great grand father.
I see that you list John as never married. In my Karper/Carper research, I have found on several genealogy sites that John Richard Carper married Dora L. Holt in April 1884 in Tipton, Iowa. His father is listed as John and his mother is mistakenly listed as Fanny H Cananny. I can find no record of Dora's death. I wonder if they may have divorced and she remaried. I will need to do further research on her.
|Annie & me (but mostly me)||RE: Percy Karper|
Deb, I have a lot of Karper memorials. I will transfer any that also are family of your husband. They are listed under "Norland" and Cedar Grove cemeteries. Just let me know .
|Annie & me (but mostly me)||Percy Karper|
I've made the links to his parents. I can do a transfer also, just let me know.
|Janette & Tony||RE: Geo W. McGinnis|
Hello Deb. You are most welcome for the photo. We had looked over the cemetery for his gravestone and were about to give up when I saw a lady pull up her car. She got out and went to a gravestone and began cleaning around it. I began talking with her (very nice lady). After conversing with her I looked down at the stone nearby that I was standing in front of and got chills down my arms (even though I was quite warm) and realized that the gravestone I was standing in front of was Geo. W. McGinnis's stone. Maybe he was leading me to his stone (it's happened before). Anyway, we were glad to do it.
|Theresa Sutton||RE: Sobczak|
Your welcome. Her grave was a up about 10 rows. I didnt see any others with that last name. Hope it helps.
While looking for Thomas I also found a Maryanna Whojciechowska Sobczak. Not sure if this will help you.