|Ann Koch (#46800231)|
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My paternal family lines: Koch/Noll|
My maternal family lines: McGlothlin/Lamb/ Cantonwine
My current focus: Cantonwine
(1) you see any errors in my listings, or
(2) you wish to have a listing deleted, or
(3) you would like to request ownership of a listing, please let me know by sending me an e-mail request that includes your Findagrave ID#, the full name of the deceased person, and which cemetery they are buried in. To avoid having your message go to my spam folder, always fill in the subject line: FINDAGRAVE REQUEST
send me your request thru Findagrave, whichever works best for you. I usually respond within a day or two depending on how many requests I get.
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|Amy Nugent||Lea and Mack Flansburg|
I added the only photos I have of them to their memorials, you can look at them there. Thanks again for all your work on the Cantonwine line!
|John Nielson||Cedarhome Cemetery|
You exit 300th, in Stanwood, take a left off the off-ramp, go right at the stop sign, go left at the store follow 300th till you get to 68th Ave NW and it should be on your right just a little ways down the road. Don't go too fast are you'll pass it.
|Leslie P. Fowers||RE: Marjorie Bybee|
Hi...the headstone is correct in a sense, but the N is the initial of her maiden name Nelson. Her middle initial is B.Thank you.
You requested that I change Marjorie's middle initial "N" . . . the N is what's on her headstone. Are you saying that the headstone is incorrect???
|John Nielson||RE: Marjorie (Stubb) Hegeberg Redar|
I have 10 or so in the Cedarhome cemetery that I know are there and have a headstone, but I can't seem to locate them and have gone back a couple of times to find them to no avail. It's frustrating, I am just glad that I could help.
I still have a number of headstone photographs to go through on the Our Savior's Lutheran Church cemetery to go through, but I was amazed at how well you did do on that cemetery, it was well documented on Find A Grave, either there was a memorial with a headstone, or there was a memorial without a headstone for just about every grave there, and if there wasn't a memorial it was a new or a fairly new grave. A lot of damage, missing headstones in the Our Savior's Lutheran Church Cemetery, such a same we can't document them.
I don't know how many times people have told me that a cemetery was near done or so and so has pretty much taken care of that cemetery only to find out they cherry picked areas, only photographed the edges of sections in the cemetery or was looking for military veteran headstones. Did you clean the headstone before you shot them, they headstones were in such wonderful shape and very clean looking in almost all your pictures of the graves?
I would see what I can find out on the 2nd marriage for Marjorie to Redar.
Are you still working on Cypress Lawn Memorial Park in Everett?
|Giovanna||RE: Glen Helmick|
Sure- add the obit. thanks!
Have a good day
Added by Giovanna on Apr 11, 2015 9:45 AM
|amy||RE: Ulisis/Ulysses Dingman|
I didnt set this one up, but Im going to assume from the family records I have that we have a stone cutter that couldnt spell. lol.
Added by amy on Mar 27, 2015 5:27 AM
|Amy Nugent||Flansburg family|
Hi Ann! I'm related to McKinley Flansburg through marriage. His wife Lydia "Lea" is my 2nd great aunt. My dad has many fond memories of visiting both of them as a child. I did see all your work on the Cantonwine family, I'm very impressed! I plan on looking into these lines more someday, but with two small children at home, I'm pretty limited to how much time I can spend doing genealogy.
Did you know McKinley or Lea? I have photos of them if you'd like to see them.
|Bev Caughman||RE: Alma (Coller) Caughman Templeton|
Ann, thank you for transferring my father's to me. Will you also do the same for my mother?
It is good to finally talk to you again. I hope you are well and still hunting! :-)
|Oliver Harris||RE: Jennie Zink|
I had your info on my tree. Jennies Grand Daughter alerted me. (Dallas Dickinson).she lived in Starbuck with her father. (Jennies son Ben Dickinson). I had hotcakes in Jennies house in the 1950s. Dallas is very reliable and is sure Jennie died in 1961 or 1962 when Dallas was about 10 years old. What has happened, a named alike and born in the same year person with a same named husband has gotten mixed in with our Jennie Marie Johnson (Dickinson)(Zink). I made the same mistake in my search and only down loaded the find-a-grave info to confirm my searches. Things like that happen. Dallas is trying to find the obit for our Jennie and it was probably printed in the Dayton WA newspaper. I think the correct info is on the grave marker in the Dayton WA cemetery. If I am still alive and able, in late March I will be in Dayton and hopefully will be able to properly sort this out. Jennie had husbands in two prominent families in Starbuck and right now I don't know which husband's family plot she is buried in.
|Teri Hiatt||RE: Samuel Moore Hiatt|
He is my great, great grandfather.
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