|Deb McCallister (#47109890)|
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I just started looking into my ancestry in 2008. |
I wish to thank everyone who went out and took photos for me for the ones in TX & OK. I love photographing the cemeteries so that others can find those they are looking for. I try to complete each cemetery before moving on (99% of the pages I have posted are info. from the photos I take), though it may take me several trips to do so. Good luck to everyone finding their loved ones!
** I do not post entire obits on my pages. My family and many others do not care for all that on our pages so I post the pertinent info: names, dates, occupations, and I link family members whenever I can. (Obits are mostly duplicates of the people linked and dates and cities, no need to repeat that info) ** People with unlisted addresses do not want their location posted on here.
I also do not post pages for LIVING Persons on here. Who wants to be alive and posted to a site for deceased persons? ** Guidelines say not to add persons who are still living unless it is yourself or a famous person with a headstone in place.
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|Steve Seim||RE: Lee County Poor Cemetery|
OK. It's great to have some help from Illinois, since I'm in Wisconsin. I'm in the process of getting Illinois added to my institutionalcemeteries.org website - hopefully in the next month or so. I still need to find the precise location of 12-15 county cemeteries, and I still need burial lists for a number of other ones. If you think you can help, let me know.
|Steve Seim||Lee County Poor Farm Cemetery|
I noticed that you just sent a couple edits for memorials in this cemetery. It still needs a map on Findagrave. Do you happen to have GPS coordinates for it?
|Ravalee Wilson Mulally||Sprinkle Olio Cementry Eureka Ill|
Hello my name is Ravalee,related to Sprinkles of Eureka,Ill I have my Aunt Vera Sprinkle and a picture of her with husband by grave marker. Yesterday I received a #98720636 from Mansion Memorial Cementry,Tampa Fla.His wife Vera passed away during WWII and also Sprinkle babies.Her marker # 74185880 could we link together. Have not been doing this for awhile so not sure how it works.Just think it would be nice to have all linked together. Roland never did remarry. Maybe years from now someone would like to see that they all were a family. Thank you
Would you transfer management of my husband's grave to me. Danny Grooms #113109486
Added by Roberta on Apr 09, 2014 10:24 AM
Thank you so much for the quick response and the transfer. Your hard work is much appreciated.
|Sandy Brace||John Williamson|
I requested you send John's wife Julia to me and now asking you to transfer John's grave to me. His # 42141659 and my account is # 48228771. This is direct family. Thank you so much for all your work.
|Sandy Brace||Julia V. Williamson|
I would like for you to transfer Julia's account #42141694 to me if you would. She is my great aunt and I would like to manage her grave please. Thanks so much. My # 48228771.
|Gibbs Davis||Jason Corwin|
Thanks for posting Old Washington Cemetery grave for Jason Corwin
|Larryonthebay||Birth of Myrtle Davidson|
I'm not sure where you got the information for Myrtle Davidson's birth location, however she was born on her fathers farm in Huron Township, Des Moines County, Iowa. She attended school on Huron Island in Des Moines County Iowa located on the Iowa side of the Mississippi River. Her father, Edward Gottschalg, was the Superintendent of the school. Her mother, Martha 'Mattie' V Puckett came from Frires Point, Mississippi and while visiting her parents Myrlle's sister, Elsie Fern Gottschalg, died and was buried there in the Friers Point cemetery. Myrtle was my grandmother, Bessie Mae Gottschalg's cousin.
New Boston, Illinois
|Family Searcher||Baird family of Hancock Co., IL|
I see you have posted many memorials about my extended Baird family. Are you related to them in anyway?
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