|Kerry Jansen Maddox (#47235359)|
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|Susan Macy||RE: Hoyt Tombstones|
On this quilt was a Josephine Hoyt. She was in the 1930 census living alone in Whitman but said she was married. Born in Missouri and died in 1935. I assumed that Rosella Josephine Wright Hoyt was her. Maybe I'm way off base.
|Susan Macy||Hoyt Tombstones|
Thank you, Kerry, for taking the photos and posting them. Mrs. Hoyt was a signature on a signature quilt that I researched from Whitman Rebekah Lodge that belongs to the NE Historical Society.
|donna ford||Donna Ford|
Towner was my grandfather. Duane is my uncle. My dad was Bud. He passed away June 10th of this year. I remember grandpa Jansen saying his parents were buried together,but I don't think so. I've been working on this for a long time. I've tried finding grandpa Jansen's brother Charles. We were always told he died in World War I. That wasn"t true. He married a call girl and the family disowned him. I'm still searching. Thanks for your info. Contact me anytime. Your cousin, Donna.
|donna ford||Marie Sievers Jansen|
Did you find her husband Charles ? They are my great grandparents, I've been looking for a year. If you have any info , I'd appreciate it. Thank You.
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||Eddie Laffoon|
I wanted to check on the correct name. I entered this memorial from the Weston Cemetery index. The records are not very detailed. I have added the dates but wanted to get the correct name and spelling. You had Eddie Margaret Ann Keilmeir Laffoon. Was Eddie a nickname and Keilmeir the maiden name? I plan to go to the cemetery tomorrow so hopefully will find the stone.
|Kay Cynova||RE: Thank You|
Happy to help!
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