|Sandy Stewart (#47874203)|
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Grew up in Wymore & Beatrice, Nebraska. Lived in Eastern Iowa (Iowa City, Coralville, Stone City, and Cedar Rapids) since 1982. |
Genealogy enthusiast, searching lines of Robert Ross Stewart, my paternal grandfather, born in Rome Iowa in 1872 and Paternal grandmother Etta Mae Hines born in 1883 in Clarinda, Iowa. Also my maternal grandfather Ray Baker and grandmother Florence Buck. On the 'Baker' side this includes Nichols, Brown, Cheesman, and Fisler.
Also looking for biological father/family of partner Bev Lawrence - Frederick 'Fritz' McGinnis, from Dewitt Iowa, lived in Oregon, died 2001, buried in Clinton. Hoping to connect with his children/grand children.
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Thanks so much for trying to get a photo for me in St. Joseph Cemetery, and I'm sorry for both of us that there was no marker. I suspect that Jacob may have been the son or grandson of John and Mary O'Rorke who are also buried in that cemetery and I was hoping that a marker would provide more information. Thanks for your effort!
Added by JSOrorke on Mar 21, 2015 8:44 PM
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Photo request for Wymore Cemetery|
I know there is a duplicate for Susanah J. Everhart and that there are 2 Wymore cemeteries listed. I asked the creator of the duplicate to add the info to the 1st one and then delete their memorial and she has never done it. I am in the process of having Find A Grave merge it and then delete the 2nd Wymore Cemetery. Thanks!!!!
|Lynette Miller||George Luedemann Photo|
Thank you so much for taking the time to locate and photograph his gravestone. I also appreciate that you already submitted edits. Thank you again!
|Somebleu Volunteer||Olin Cemetery Photo Request: Success!|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo requests for James Stivers & Emma McConkie in the Olin Cemetery. The world is hugged by the arms of volunteers. - Colleen
|K L Bonnett||Anna Petrick Photo|
Thanks a million for the great photo. THe young man who asked for this will be very happy to see this photo of his grandmother's grave. She died before he was born.
Thank you for posting the transcription/translation photo from the Andreas' wrought iron graves in the old Beatrice, Nebraska cemetery. These were my great-grandparents. It was tough to read the old iron marker, and I don't know who translated it, but thank you for posting the photo!
Added by MrsB on Aug 21, 2014 1:22 PM
|Hoag Dusters||RE: Wm H Winans - Sacred Heart Cemetery|
You may have gotten a partial message just now -- if not, here's the entire one.
Diania Rigby from Monticello and I are working on getting my Ancestry.com Winans line as correct and up-to-date as possible. I thought you name sounded familiar and it's because she has emailed about it.
I've made a mental note each time I visit Margret's gravesite to get something done about her stone so would be glad to help a bit with a new one for all three. Would hope others would as well!
William Winan is the father-in-law of my Grandmother Katherine Marek Winans. She married William's son, Charles, after her 1st husband died and Grandpa Charlie (as we called him), was the only grandfather on my Mom's side I ever knew.
|Hoag Dusters||Wm H Winans - Sacred Heart Cemetery|
Thank you for your confirmation that there is not stone somewhere else in the cemetery.
Oddly, I was just there last week and only saw Margret's stone, which is lose and needs fixing. It makes me wonder if I don't have a listing somewhere of all who are buried in that plot and if the stones, including William's, may have been stolen, vandalized or lost in a flood?
Thank you for adding pieces to my family puzzle.
It really is a small world, as I play golf with Edna Abbey's great granddaughter's mother.
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