|Kay Cynova (#47064119)|
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Director of Historical Interpretation at Stuhr Museum LOVES to work on genealogy in "spare" time.Family connections include: Wilderman, O'Dell, Craft, Anderson, Aymond, Couvillion and on my husband's side: Cynova, Rohatsch, Duraczynski, Greenwalt, and more! If I have made mistakes in any of the memorials please let me know and I am more than happy to correct them.If there is a memorial you want transferred to your care, just let me know - I am happy to transfer, as per Findagrave guidelines. PLEASE use the "Edit" tab in the upper right hand corner area of the memorial to make your request as this includes all the information I need to make this happen. Working to enter all of the recorded Hall County burials. Most of the small non Grand Island graves have been entered, and as time allows, will work on photo verification. Working on the GI cemeteries as time allows. If the names and locations are posted, it will be easier for everyone to take pictures!|
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|Lori "Werber" Otis||Transfer|
Thank you so much for transferring the care of John C. Werber to me.
Kay, if you'd like to transfer James E. Graham and Mary Ann to me, that would be very nice.
|Bonnie Schrack||Francis Morrow?|
Thanks for all your work, Kay, including that on the grave of my great-great grandparents, James E. Graham and Mary Ann Kegg Graham Morrow. She had married Francis Morrow after the death of her husband James, with whom she is buried. The choice to bury her with James may have been from her children with James, who were caring for her, after Morrow's death in 1905.
I have been searching to find out what happened to Francis Morrow, and cannot find records on him. He is listed as Francis Morrow on Mary Ann's death certificate, which is faded and hard to make out. But there are very good probate records, showing that he died 3 Jun 1905 in Noble Co. I would expect that he would also be buried in Oak Park Cem., but he isn't listed in Findagrave. Any chance you could find him?
|Marge Wilson||Milo Huff|
Kay, thanks so much for transferring my great grandfather Milo Huff to me - it means a lot and thank you for all of the work you have done.
|Sharon Surber||Ira Deringer|
I greatly appreciate the transfer of my mother-in-law's father. Today the family is coming to celebrate Marilyn's 90th birthday. Her BD is Thursday.
|Sharon Surber||David Deringer|
Thank you for my relative transfer. It is greatly appreciated.
|Sharon Surber||Elizabeth Deringer|
Thank you for the transfer of grgr gma.
|Sharon Surber||William Deringer|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I really appreciated.
|Alan Eugene Koch||Heinrich Ocker|
Thanks so very much for transferring Heinrich. The Ocker family is an important part of my ancestry.
Best regards, Alan
|Alsjoy||Clarence and Alice Daily transfers|
Thanks, Kay. Really appreciate it. Alsjoy
Added by Alsjoy on Sep 23, 2016 8:11 AM
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