|Geo Clinton (#46936067)|
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I am always happy to add additional information, create links, or make corrections to the memorials i have entered. I will try to do this as soon as possible. Please use the edit tab when sending the information. |
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|Row Walker||Leah Wonder Mumper|
Thank you so much for the link to her father. Have you sought her mother? In his bio, she is referred to as Mary Jane Day. Our Mumper family tree has her as Anna Maria! Questions abound. Multiple spouses? Multiple names? And who begat who! But most importantly, Where's she buried??? :). Thanks again.
Gary Mumper (Leah's husband's first Cousin 4x removed)
You're welcome and, yes, I am slogging my way through Armstrong Grove. A little harder, since there is a chance that the obit could be in Fairmont instead of Estherville AND Armstrong had its own paper at one time. - Merllene
Added by Merllene on Nov 10, 2014 8:55 AM
|B. Heim||Miss Margaret Heim|
Thank you for the information on my great-father's sister, Margaret Heim in Mt. Olivet in Carroll. She died during a diphtheria outbreak. According to family history, Maggie had a sister, Barbara, who passed away during the same outbreak. I was wondering if you had any information on her? Thanks!
Added by B. Heim on Nov 09, 2014 7:51 PM
|Marthann Kohl-Fuhs||Leonard Otto Schechinger|
Icouldn't remember if I had thanked you, so am saying thanks for the gravestone photo of: Leonard Otto Schechinger
|James Snow||Lois Miller - Carroll Cemetery|
Thanks for posting the grave stone photo! I appreciate your help and effort at Find A Grave!
|Mary Sicard||John Hagan|
Thank you for posting a photo of his tombstone on his memorial page. I so appreciate your effort.
|Jane Marie Morrison||August, Anna and Rose Heitman|
Thank you so much for the headstone photos! They are beautiful! You and they are deeply appreciated.
|Garry Sicard||John and Leona Brandl|
Thank you for posting a photo of their tombstone on their memorials.
|Elliffen||re: Erastus Ellis|
Hi, I came across an old obituary (1919) for Lisetta Ellis, wife of Erastus. It doesn't state where she was buried and I haven't turned anything up either. Thought you might like to have.
Mrs. Lisetta Ellis Dies at Soldiers' Home Hospital of Senility. Mrs. Lisetta Ellis, who entered the soldiers' home Jan. 21 from Lake View, died at 7:45 this morning at the hospital of senile dementia. She was born in Michigan in 1843 and was the widow of Eristus H. Ellis who served in Company I, Thirty-fourth Iowa infantry. Mrs. Ellis' only living relatives are three granddaughters, Mrs. A. G. Gilbert, of Lake View; Mrs. Frank Swinehart, of Chicago and Mrs, L. K. Ellis, of Des Moines.
Marshalltown, IA newspaper Times Republican dated March 11, 1919
Added by Elliffen on Oct 25, 2014 8:41 AM
|BL Hughes||Sarah Boynton|
I have the particulars of Sarah's death in the train-automobile accident if you would like it.
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