|Cindy Leister (#47034079)|
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All are precious in God's eyes and should not be forgotten when they are no longer with us. My mother grew up in Ute, Iowa and moved back in 2004, I have enjoyed learning about my ancestors in Monona Co., and throughout Iowa. My father was from New Jersey & I have been able to trace my family back to Germany. Family names are Dorothy; Booher; Winter; Conroy; Bullington - Niemann and Frey; Schultz; Mueller. Let's get all memorials documented so others can find their relatives.|
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|Cracraft Proud||RE: Lyle|
Sorry, Cindy! I haven't found anything on Lyle or Lue or Lou...
|Cheryl Cabana||RE: Julia Ann Reynolds Vancover|
Thanks Cindy, does she not have a gravestone next to Grayson?
Thank you Cindy, for the lovely photo!!
All the Best,
Added by Danette on Jun 05, 2016 9:25 AM
|Carolyn Boroughf||Headstone photo|
Thanks so much for attempting to find and photograph the headstone for Gordon Roberson at the St. Clair Cemetery. Would you please note on his memorial #128024152 that there is no headstone.
Thank you very much for taking the time to try to find her grave.
Added by Danette on Jun 04, 2016 5:21 PM
|ddh||FAG # 96270359|
I made a mistake on my first message on Ida Schultz's Find A Grave #. --ddh
Added by ddh on May 06, 2016 1:07 AM
|ddh||FAG # 96270350|
Is Find A Grave # 142660461 not Ida's son? ddh
Added by ddh on May 06, 2016 12:58 AM
|Tom Jennings||Holy Cross in Philadelphia|
This cemetery doesn't exist. The real one is in Yeadon, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. I'll let Find A Grave know. This happens about yearly.
|larry||Gilbert Judson Browning|
Gilbert was my great grandfather. He died in 1925 while living at Ute, Iowa. While at the Monona County Courthouse, I searched for a death record for him and could not find him. If you should come across and obituary, etc. for him, please let me know.
He got divorced in Sioux City in 1886-87. Very unusual in those days for a divorce as I think the odds were about 1 in 1200 marriages ended that way. He remarried right away to my great grandmother Bell Gillett.
Added by larry on Feb 01, 2016 2:15 PM
|larry||RE: David Edward Workman|
MY father located the burial spot many years ago and had a small marker placed there. It disappeared also after a few years as I believe it was only a small funeral home type marker.
My great aunt, Mamie Shea, lived in Monona County most of her life near Rodney, Iowa. I always thought it odd that she didn't place any importance regarding the lack of a lasting memorial marker. She remarried and moved on in her life. She lived to age 100!
Ed Workman died as a result of a ruptured appendix. He is buried near Mamie's parents, Gilbert and Belle Browning. My folks always visited this cemetery to place flowers on their graves.
If you get the chance, check the obituary that was published for Ed Workman. It is very eloquent and moving. He sounded like a popular fellow in the Ute community.
Added by larry on Jan 30, 2016 8:18 AM
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