|Peggy Cassady Harris (#46977783)|
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I am first and foremost interested in genealogy; with that said, I am in agreement with the guidelines for Find A Grave for transfers. More than half of my entries are from my own family tree, but I do have entries that are not related to me. If you are interested in managing someone I have listed please contact me and I'll transfer if your relationship is closer than mine or if I am not directly related. The primary names I research are Parker, Barnes, Frisbie/Frisby, Peterson, Cassady, Johnson, Clapp, Harris, Gillard, Keane, Mayers, Pillow, Dix, Grey, Radigan, Roby, Warren, Arnold, Beerbower, Jolls, Bilek, Garza, Janney, Davalt and DeVault. If you find any errors in my enteries, please let me know, I will gladly make corrections. If you find a duplicate, I will delete mine if I made the second entry. I am currently working on a book on the Roswell D. Parker line, please contact me if you are a descendant and would like to contribute, thanks.|
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|Neil Lageson||Kay Claseman|
I noticed that you added Kay Claseman's grave at St. Bridget cemetery in De Graff, MN. Do you have a connection to her? Kay is my mother's older sister. My mom, Margaret (Peggy) Lageson, nee Noonan, is buried near Kay, along with their husbands.
I would be happy to share information about the family if you are interested. Use the email address below.
|Trica Willey Hazelton||RE: Martha Polly Barnes Parker|
I will get back with you. I am working up a reply.
|VDR||RE: Pearl Malone Dieske|
Peggy - You are welcome and yes you can use the photo in your tree but thank you for asking. This one took a lot of work due to the name but I love puzzles. I thought first I was missing it due to the snow but once that wasn't a issue I thought she was unmarked but the office assured me she had a stone. So I just started looking for the name Pearl and checking the dates and there she was. I find like my aunt they are sometimes buried under their first husband's name. Valerie
Added by VDR on Jan 11, 2015 9:13 AM
|M Arvidson||St Joseph Cemetery-Frank Brown|
Hi Peggy-Your request for Frank Brown Sr has been filled. He is buried with his son, Frank Jr (1890-1942). If you add a page for Frank Jr I'll post the picture there. The cemetery advises that they don't have an entry for Eva Brown...Mary
|Ann Birr Denk||RE: Lyla Cherne|
Hi Peggy, No relation to me. I am just very intrigued by what her story might be. I have not been able to determine any Cherne relatives to her...so the hubt shall continue!! Thanks for your response, Ann
|M Arvidson||RE: Brown, Arthur|
The pictures have been added to the Brown pages.
|M Arvidson||RE: Brown, Arthur|
Hi Peggy-Absolutely, I release the photos for your use. I always figure that's the reason we are here. I'll get the others posted tomorrow...Mary
|M Arvidson||St Joseph Cemetery-Brown gravesite|
Hi Peggy-I've filled your request for Arthur Brown. He is buried with his wife, Myrtle (1893-1963) and his sister, Inez Brown (1891-1958). In addition, his daughter, Ariel Brown (Apr 3, 1918-Jan 4, 2000) is buried next to them. I took pictures of both of the markers so if you create memorial pages for Myrtle, Inez and Ariel let me know and I'll post the pictures there too...Mary
|David Wilson||Joseph Cinnamon Memorial|
Thanks for the nice write up on Joseph Cinnamon. His brother is my great...grandfather. In the memorial you list the date of death for Adam (Joseph's father) as 1902 and Jane (mother) as 1900. Do you recall where you obtained the dates? Do you know where either parent is buried? Finally, do you mind if I copy your write up to my private Ancestry.com file (acknowledging that it came from Find-A-Grave)?
Thanks again for taking the time to research and document Joseph's history!
Regards - David W
Peggy thank you so much asking before using the photos. Please feel free to use them I just ask for proper credit.
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