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I am interested in the Bailey/Simpson/Lowerre/Everett families of Sullivan County, NY.|
Also, the MacDougall/Smart/Risch/Stock families of Luzerne County, PA.
In Jo Daviess County, IL, I have an interest in the Trost/Robinson/Stevens/Quest/Krohmer/Knauer/Brudi/Ege/Haskell families.
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|Cynthia Claytonroberts||Ida Staver # 81211587|
Neat picture of her double-stone in all that snow (!!!), Wendy. Thank you. Can I pester you to add a copy of it to her husband Frank's memorial; I did make up a memorial page for him just now, linked them, and pressed the request button for you to claim it. The number is 125583598 for his.
Thanks again, Cynthia in Wisconsin
|Kyle Abbott||RE: The Roths|
You're welcome. I'm glad you liked them. Please let me know if there are any others I can take for you.
|Richard Sheely||RE: George Wirth 125193543|
It was my pleasure to assist you with the photo request for Evelyn, and I have added the photo for George as well. Let me know if there are any other relatives in the South Ala, Miss, or Fla. panhandle area.
|Old Country Roots||RE: Evans|
Yes I did! One of these days I'll get them all posted on the memorials. Glad I could help! :)
I am curious about your interest and knowledge of this family. Are you related? Is it the cemetery, Scales Mound, that you are going through? My great great grandmother's sister is buried there, Martha Ann Moralee Pooley, first wife of Sampson Pooley.
|LeslieG||Trudgean, et al|
Wendy, if you have already created memorials with the correct spelling, etc., just list by memorial number the ones you want me to delete. No sense in correcting something, only to delete it later. You can reach me at email@example.com
Added by LeslieG on Sep 29, 2013 6:38 PM
|John Lartz||RE: j p krohmer|
The name of the church that was out at Mosquito hill was St Matthews Lutheran. I found the name on the confirmation record for my Great Grandmother that lived a mile north of there.
I am guessing they joined congregations in the early 1900's
|Connie McKinley||David Milligan photo - # 50694709|
Dear Ms. Wendy T,
Wow - what a nice surprise to find in my email inbox today! Thank you so much for taking the photo of David's headstone. As I understand it, David, along with his brother, sister, brother-in-law and 3 cousins were part of the band of settlers and soldiers that defended Apple River Fort in 1832 against Blackhawk and his band of about 200 warriors. Thanks so much for your effort. It's much appreciated!
Sincerely, Connie McKinley
|Barry Foster||Julian 76438866|
You are correct about the name, now that I look back at census records. I input all the Hazel Green Cemetery names from a worksheet compiled by others. While nearly all of it has shown to be correct, this isn't the first error that has turned up. Thanks for setting the record straight.
|Old Country Roots||RE: Hills|
You're welcome. I just happened to be working on editing photos this morning and had just done them about half an hour before I found your request. :) I haven't claimed the others yet, because I want to get the rest done and see if I already have them before heading out again. I've got almost half of the cemetery photographed.
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