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Thank you for sharing the information. A descendent contributed the information for her burial and I have not looked for her gravesite at Ft. Lincoln.
If you locate anything further for her memorial, please let me know so that I can make an update.
Your help is appreciated.
Added by Margaret on Jan 26, 2014 7:24 AM
|Cathy Dayton||RE: Butlers|
You're very welcome!! If you need any other assistance please let me know. Thanks!!
|Jeannine (Booton) Hall||Cora Hardman|
Thank you so much for the great photo you posted. I was happy to see that you automatically saved it to her son too.
Your work is greatly appreciated!
|Tim Wilkinson||John and Rachel Lambert|
Thank you for the gravestone photo. Great job!
|Granite||Rachel "(Mills) Eliott|
Unbelievable!! Thank you for hunting down and finding this marker! I hope Mr. Ted Mills is in good health because he will be happy indeed to find one of his great Aunts.
Thanks again, very much, BK McDonald, PDX, Oregon, USA.
Added by Granite on Aug 14, 2013 6:48 PM
|Mary||James Allison, Town of Dunn Burying Ground|
Thank you, Jean, for posting the burial information of James Allison. My source, The Allison Family Record, Revised 1966, by Robert A Henry, indicated that James had been buried at the Melville Cemetery in the Town of Dunn, Dane, Wisconsin. It appears the Melville Cemetery and the Town of Dunn Burying Ground are one in the same. None of my contacts knew of the Melville Cemetery.
Added by Mary on Jul 06, 2013 12:15 PM
The Book was:
Biographical and Historical Record of
Vermillion County, Indiana
by The Lewis Publishing Co.
113 Adams St. Chicago, IL
meaning the book was published 1888..
Sorry, I should have included this in the things I sent.
Added by DM236 on Apr 03, 2013 2:46 PM
Hi - I left something for you on your Edgar H Erb
Thank you very much for taking and posting the tombstone photos of the Jess family in Ivy Hill Cemetery. I requested the photo for a family friend who is Charles Jess' granddaughter and it will make her very happy to see the pictures.
I greatly appreciate your efforts.
|Brian Newark||Daughter Gilbert|
We went thoroughly through this cemetery and were unable to verify Daughter Gilbert. We found 2 plots for the name and there were only 2 marker stones for daughters in either plot - 1 was Martha and the other Delia. There were no birth or death dates, just marker stones with the names on them in the plot. Is it possible that this could be the person you are looking for? Thanks.
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