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|Vesta McKee||William Bridgeman|
My great great grandfather was William Bridgeman, 1829-1885, whose gravestone was posted by you. Thank you.
His second son, by first wife Ellen Karnes, Charles E (Charley)Bridgeman is my great grandfather. Charley is listed with William and second wife, Elsie (Alcy, Alcie) Caylor in 1870 US Census, along with several half siblings. I have been unable to locate documents with my great great grandmother Ellen. I am hoping maybe some of your readers will know something about her and also about William's parents, who I believe are Philip and Sarah Carnes Bridgeman.
|Linda Berney||RE: Raney|
I appreciate your diligence! Such an odd coincidence. It took us quite a while to sort things out. I bet they had confusion all their lives.
|Linda Berney||PS on Raney|
In 1910 the cousins were living next door to each other in Appanoose County.
|Jean Jorgensen||G. E. (George E.) Corlett|
His memorial number is 39744299.
I would sincerely appreciate it if you would copy your photo of his headstone and add it to the memorials for Ida Corlett #39744306, John Corlett # 39744613; O.A. Davis #39745162; Theodore Kenney #39745299.
Or, if you don't mind, send me the photo and I will add it to the other memorials: email@example.com.
Thank you - very much.
|Jean Jorgensen||G. E. Corlett|
Hello! You have taken a nice photo of the gravestone for G. E. Corlett, at the Standerford Cemetery in Richardson County, Nebraska.
Would you be willing to place that same photo on the memorials for the others listed on that gravestone?'
Ida Corlett #39744306
John Corlett #39744613
O. A. Davis #39745162
Theodore P. Kennedy #39745299
It would be very helpful. I am researching the families of the Seventh Day Baptist Church members buried in Standerford and Long Branch cemeteries.
|Blytha & Donald Ellis||Claude Eggert|
Thank you so much for the tombstone photo for Claude Eggert. It is truly appreciated.
I have someone that can translate the headstones for me. This is WONDERFUL!!!! It might be her!
Added by LSJRJT on Oct 27, 2014 9:44 PM
|LSJRJT||Charles Edward "Eddie" Jones|
Oh Wow!! In all the years I have been to this cemetery..... I have never seen this stone. Thank you so much for your diligence and thoroughness in finding "Eddie" for me!!
Added by LSJRJT on Oct 27, 2014 6:55 PM
|LSJRJT||Robert "Bobby" McCuen|
Rhonda!! Thank you for the WONDERFUL pictures of my great grandparents Robert & Sarah Jane McCune!! So interesting that their headstone is spelled differently that the documentation I have on my Grandmother Emma Belle McCuen Thackrey. I don't know HOW you were able to find them in that HUGE cemetery in Centerville!!
Thank you soooooo much for your efforts and your great works!!
Added by LSJRJT on Oct 27, 2014 1:01 PM
|Murtz||Beretta markers - Oakland Cemetery|
Thanks a lot for the fine work on these Beretta markers this weekend. they look great!
Added by Murtz on Oct 27, 2014 12:01 PM
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