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Zerelda Holder Hammer
RE: Wayne county Newspapers
Wow! Thanks for the tip. I am hoping to spend some time in the Historical Building when we're in Des Moines the next time. I don't know when that will be, though. It might be possible to have a reel sent to a library when we're in one place, however, for an extended period (like here in Tucson, AZ - about a six-week, plus stay).

Are you the one who told me about the Jerome Journal? He's got the Seymour and Centerville newspapers online. It's been a real treat going through them for articles that I might never have seen otherwise.

Thanks again for the tip.

Added by Zerelda Holder Hammer on Oct 29, 2014 8:21 AM
RE: Nancy Conaway Hibbs
I appreciate you!
Added by SR0220 on Oct 21, 2014 7:40 PM
Nancy Conaway Hibbs
If you can, I would appreciate your help with finding the final resting place of my greatx3 grandmother, Nancy Conaway Hibbs (daughter of 79773398 and 87630831) who married Peter Hibbs in 02 Feb 1857 in VA. Her husband's FindAGrave memorial # 78215912. I would think she should be buried in Southlawn Cemetery, Seymour, IA. Thank you! SR 47029693
Added by SR0220 on Oct 21, 2014 7:33 PM
Zerelda Holder Hammer
Sabina et al
I'm working on the line tonight. I've posted a few of the pictures in my tree in Ancestry, and I also posted one of Sabina on F/G.
Added by Zerelda Holder Hammer on Oct 08, 2014 7:18 PM
Zerelda Holder Hammer
Sabina Walker Warner
We just keep crossing paths! The next time we're in Wayne County, we'll have to meet for a meal and just visit.
Are you related to the Walker/Beck/Warner family? I see that you originally created Sabina's memorial.
I was just visiting my cousin, also connected to these families (and she had pictures!), and it was fun looking through all of the photographs.
Added by Zerelda Holder Hammer on Oct 08, 2014 6:50 PM
Zerelda Holder Hammer
Are you related? My grandparents and aunt were good friends of Hosie's. I remember meeting him on several occasions as I was growing up as well at the music jams where everyone gathered. I have a few bits you might be interested in if you're related.
Added by Zerelda Holder Hammer on Jul 31, 2014 9:34 AM
Melissa OBrian
The information you want added is in the link to her parents.
That is all that is needed. Click on the names & you go to both of her parents with more data by that Find A Grave member.

Added by Melissa OBrian on Jun 30, 2014 8:18 AM
Lance W
Malvina (Stutheird) Roup - 17248821
Thank you for submitting the maiden name for Malvina. I also had this as her maiden name but I have seen records that also show Stuthard, so I had not added it yet. Do you know which one is correct? I haven't been able to find any Stutheird's on Find A Grave in their home area of Hillair Township in Knox County, OH. I'm approving your edit in the meantime, however. :)

Are you by chance the Judywriter that shows as my 2nd cousin 2x removed on AncestryDNA, as a descendant of Klita Potter?
Added by Lance W on Jun 22, 2014 3:02 PM
Ross Jeffery "RJ" Heaton
Thank you for the information regarding RJ's military service. This information shows on the photo of the military plaque on the back of his headstone. However, I have added the information to his biography section. Are you related?
Added by Kaye on Jun 09, 2014 7:04 PM
Archie and Raymond Noble
Hi there -- Thanks for continuing to work hard and send updates and info for the Wayne County memorials I have. I appreciate your hard work! I wanted to let you know that I can't do the update for Archie and Raymond Noble to Mary Barnes Noble because she wasn't their mother. She died in 1874 and they were born in the 1880's to Ida (Clarke) Noble, George's second wife. Hope that makes sense : )
Added by Calcat on Jun 07, 2014 7:32 PM
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