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|DEE||William Henry Coon, Sr # 53254431|
Could you plez link Clarissa Gott Coon #74505747
to her second husband Wm Coon. Right now, she is only linked to her first husband Adolphus Gott # 74505718.
She is related thru maternal line. Her second husband was the father of Iola. She married William J Conger SR, the GF of my mother, Evelyn Conger.
Your help is appreciated!!!
Added by DEE on Jun 09, 2016 5:10 AM
|ray mansfield||Charlotte Parlly "Lottie" Moore Briggs 67426336|
I am asking for permission to use the picture of Charlotte in our family tree as she is a part of our Briggs line.
Of course you would be credited for it.
Ray and Paula
|Nathan Vaughan Marks||Frederick and Wilhelmina Brandt|
There are two Trinity Lutheran cemeteries in Sanilac County, MI. One in Argyle Township, and one in Delaware. You currently have these memorials Set for the one in Argyle. However, while I can't speak for Wilhelmina, Frederick's headstone is in the "other" Trinity Lutheran in Delaware Twp/Forrestville. This cemetery: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2458962&CScn=Trinity&CScntry=4&CSst=24&CScnty=1302&
I did not find record of Wilhelmina in either Trinity, but if she is Frederick's wife, I would say it's more likely she is with him in the one in Forrestville. If you would please move their memorials to that cemetery, I would be grateful. Thanks!
|M. Johnson||Clide Vogtlie at Lakeside , Muskegon|
I entered a photo of the plot 177-2. There was no headstone for Clide to be seen. It may have sunk or maybe there never was one. MJ
|Fran Davidson||Bertha Amylin Winkel Weiss|
J. Pacholke, I noticed there are two Bertha Winkel's, and I see you are taking care of both of them. One should be removed so not to cause confusion.You have done a wonderful job on them.
|Mary Briggs||Bertha Weiss or Wiess|
Hi J. Pacholke, I just transferred a memorial to you because Fran Davidson added a lot of information and noticed that I make a duplicate because the spelling of her last name wasn't the same as what I had so I missed your memorial. I am not related but took the information off a transcript I was given that was being purged from a library collection. Please merge the information and make any correction need, especially the last name. Thank you so much and I am sorry for not noticing your memorial in the first place. Mary
|Michelle Holt||Iva Bellach|
My husband, daughter, and I walked the entire cemetery today and didn't see Iva's headstone; however, tomorrow we will contact the cemetery board and find out exactly where she is. The wind was 40 mph and gusting to over 50 mph, so concentrating on staying upright may have caused one of us to miss her as we each canvassed our respective third of the cemetery.
I would mark claimed, but I can't guarantee we will be back to the cemetery within the 14 days. It is some distance from where we live. I just wanted you to know someone is working on this, and we will complete the request, unless, of course, someone else does.
Peace from the Big Sky Country,
|Joan||Stella Crowley photo request|
I noticed you have a request for a photo of Stella Crowley's grave at Walnut Hill Cemetery in Baraboo, Wisconsin. I am unable to find her name listed in the Cemetery Inscriptions of Sauk County books or under Interment.net for this cemetery. The cemetery caretaker is very nice at answering questions about burials there. You may want to contact him to find out what section she is buried in which would make it a lot of easier to find. His e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Joan on Mar 27, 2016 2:27 PM
|Jeff247||Mary Mellor # 65438213 Photo Request|
Mary is buried in Fort Hill Cemetery in Auburn NY. Her memorial #65438213. There is not an "Auburn Cemetery" only "cemeteries in Auburn". I'll have your request for Auburn Cemetery taken down. If you have any further questions, let me know.
Added by Jeff247 on Mar 17, 2016 2:32 PM
|LeRoy L. Smith||Hausrath Family Transfers|
Thank you for the transfer of the two Hausrath family memorials. It is appreciated and they will be expanded upon shortly. Best Wishes.
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