Raymond Leonard Hart You can add his father, Joseph #51497095 his mother, Martha #51497176 to the relationship of Raymond. I have been adding the Hart line to find-a-grave and it helps to put the connection. Marlene
Rev. Max I. HALL's 1st wife... Hi Rosanna~ I noticed on the headstone you added to my entry for Max I. HALL #29830229, in the ROSE HILL CEMETERY, Lamoni, Decatur County, Iowa, that his 1st wife's name, birth & death dates are on it, but no entry. So, I made one, using a make-shift obituary. Anyway... Would you please be so kind as to add the same headstone photo to GLADYS LUCILLE HALL's entry? If I can be of any assist to you, please let me know.. firstname.lastname@example.org
Gilbert Cemetery Do you know if the Gilbert Cem. and the Congregational Church Cem. are the same? I'm hunting for Robert J. Gasaway who died in 1929 is buried. From what info. I have it's Gilbert but when I last walked it I couldn't find it so I'm wondering if there is another Cem. right outside of Gilbert?
East Riverside Cemetery You could be correct. If you could contact them first to see if those people are buried there, it would be appreciated. I took info from the obit, so that may have been incorrect.
Hibler gravestone That name doesn't ring a bell. The Chambers family was in Indiana in the 1850 census and not sure what year they came to Iowa. There were there in the 1860 Mahaska Co. and living in Union Township, Catherine was still alive living with her son, Matthew Chambers. They origally came from Maryland. Catherine and her son Matthew state they were born in Maryland. Not sure where and when Catherine's husband, Matthew, died. Matthew Sr. was born in Ireland, as stated by his son the the census records.