|Tamara Schupbach Miller (#47207967)|
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|My name is Tamara (Tammy) Miller. My parents are Michael Schupbach and Barbara Haagenson. I live in the small town of Oran, IA with my husband Tim and my son and daughter. I've been doing my family history for about 5 years so have been to a few cemeteries looking for information and taking pictures of some of the gravestones. I find it very peaceful walking through a cemetery and looking at the names on the stones.|
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Am waiting for the edits to be concluded.
Please add parents:
|Irene Smith-Rice||Joseph Betts/Betz|
Hi Tammy, You added a memorial for Joseph Betts and I'm wondering if you are family to this line. Joseph and Julia had many children.. their daughter Alice Marie married Hartwell Wilbur in 1878. Hartwell was my great grand uncle. Just wondering if I've found a "cousin" (by marriage).
|David Weise||Fred Schupbach|
Happy to transfer his memorial since you appear to be related.
|Todd Adams||Thank you|
Thank you so much for the photo (Lucinda Adams).
|Howard Doug DeSart||Francis DeSart|
thanks for allowing me to manage Francis DeSarts site.
Howard DeSart, ggreat grandson
|Howard Doug DeSart||Francis E. Desart|
Thanks for transferring my GGGrandfather to me. I will edit his bio and add some interesting info.
|brown eyes||delores joyce|
I see that you have set memorials for her children. I did not know Ms. Joyce, but can not imagine losing so many children. Do you know how that all happened? If you are a relative, I am sorry for your loss.
|Terri Snyder Satchwell||Earl L Jaques #47117090|
I found your memorial for Earl Jaques in Fairbank cemetery. I have been looking for his mother, Lucy A Jaques, who died a few years after he did. Did you record all the stones in that cemetery? I thought she might have been buried with or next to him. Thanks for any light you might be able to shed on the matter.
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