|Gina Florentine (#47188067)|
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I have always had a fascination with history especially in geneology. When I was young we would go to family reunions and while the other kids played, I stayed and listened to the older ones talking about their families and old times. Now with most of them gone, all that remains are memories. I don't have their pictures, but it keeps them remembered with photos of their headstones. That's why I love this site, everyone helping each other to do just that. So many are lost, damaged or unreadable it's imperative that we get as many recorded as possible.|
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|Jeanne Pritchett||RE: Keith Everman|
Thank you so much for transferring this memorial to me. I apologize for not thanking you sooner, I am not sure how I missed the transfer notice. It means a lot to me and I appreciate all the hard work you have done for a long time for all of us that use findagrave. Thank you again!
|deanna french||RE: Seward Co. FAG photo Wm. Tobin|
Thank you so much for your sharing photo's. This is very kind of you, and much appreciated!
|deanna french||Seward Co. FAG photo Wm. Tobin|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to find the last resting places of many of our "old Soldiers", with ties to Vt. William Tobin was born in Ireland in 1843; He enlisted in the 5th Infantry credited to Richmond Vt. during the war.I would like to askyou if I may use the photo you contributed to his Find A Grave memorial, to poat on the Vermont Civil War site? 9 www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would be credited for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|DONALD SULLIVAN||Lizzie b. Sullivan Amen|
Just realized that birth date has to be 1879 because she is noted as 9 months old on the June 1880 census.
|DONALD SULLIVAN||Calvary Cemetery stone Lincoln|
Lizzie Sullivan Amen obituary reads NOTE 1959
Lizzie Amen 79 of Denton died Nov 2, 1959. Born in Lancaster County near Denton. Survivors are Leo and Joe of Denton, Jerry of Big Bear Lake in Calif. and Bob of Los Angeles. daughters Delia of Denton, and Mrs. Mary Whalen of Wichita. sisters, Ella Deshayes and Julia Mauel both of Lincoln. 13 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
Her parents both buried in Calvary are Jeremiah U. Sullivan and Julia Hanley Sullivan. Her children buried in Calvary are Margaret who died in 1936, Delia who died in 1994 Leo M. who died in 1994 and Joseph who died in 1982 and her sister Ella C. Sullivan Deshayes. Her husband was Marcus Amen also buried in Calvary.
Jeremiah U Sullivan was my great grandfather from his first wife.
Teresa Sullivan Lincoln ne
|Mbe||RE: father of Elias G. Kitchen|
Added by Mbe on May 10, 2016 3:55 PM
|Mbe||RE: father of Elias G. Kitchen|
If you know how to transfer the memorial to me that would be great. I don't know how to do that. I appreciate your willingness to do so. Thank you.
Added by Mbe on May 10, 2016 10:30 AM
|Connie Silk Fenn||RE: John Fleener|
Thanks so much for the transfer. I have added a photo of John with his family, and will add more information later. Thanks again!
|Mbe||father of Elias G. Kitchen|
I know the name of Elias G. Kitchen's father but he and Elias' mother were never married. I would like to link Elias to his father's Find A Grave memorial but wondered if you are a family member and if so, are you okay with this?
Added by Mbe on May 09, 2016 4:31 PM
|Patricia Hudnall||Oley C. Gannon #74173625|
Oley Gannon is listed as a child of Bartholomew (93562983) and Rosetta (93561648) Gannon but was actually their grandchild. His mother was Eldora Gannon Knobbs (93563041) and John C. Knobbs (92788934). He was adopted after his mother died in child birth and was raised by his grandparents.
I do not know if the adoption was "official" but the 1885 Nebraska Census refers to him as an adopted son as does the Petition for Letters of Administration for Bartholomew's estate.
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