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KEFleming (#47080261)
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I have been doing family history for over 40 years and I do understand that elation when one finds information about their family. For over 6 years now I have tried to do my share in documenting grave sites in any cemetery that I am near. I hope that my efforts have helped some to actually see the grave site of a family member that they never knew the location of or could never hope to visit. I spend many hours doing the photography and even cleaning up the weed choked sites. Also I go the extra mile and try to find more documentation and information about the person.
It is not my intent to construct an instant family tree for anyone to claim; but, please, do not minimize or negate the time and efforts I put forth. I am always cooperative in making corrections or adding information to a site but prefer not to make transfers except under certain circumstances.
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Thank You for the pictures you took at St. Mathias Cemetery. Very Much appreicated!!
Added by VictoriaSearching on May 26, 2015 3:10 PM
Elmer Floyd Hawkkins
I am his great niece and he was a war hero of WW II. He served in the United States Army from January 30, 1940(Enlisted in Dallas, Texas) until June 30, 1945. He received the following medals: Good Conduct Medal, American Defense Service Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with two Bronze Stars, Purple Heart (wounded February 12, 1945, Luzon) Atlantic-Pacific Theatre Campaign Ribbon with four Bronze Stars. Please consider transferring his find a grave memorial to me. Thank you, Joyce
Added by Joyce on May 25, 2015 9:40 PM
Jill and Julie
Im sorry to say that you sent me a SAC for Mr. Hopper on March 15, 2013, I found that SAC today.
The only thing I cannot do is link his mother, Lovena. If you see the copy and paste below, the number for her does not exist. I tried to find Lovenda Hopper, but no record either.

Middle name is Wagner
Please link with his mother Lovenda # 3534009

Dates are b Sep 2, 1883 Meadville, Linn county, Missouri
d Nov 7, 1965

In bio.
father was William Thomas Hopper

Again, I am so sorry for this getting lost.

Added by Jill and Julie on Apr 18, 2015 8:41 PM
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 132481293
My information came from Jane Teschke, whose sources pointed to Charlotte Melchert Clemens Lau as Wilhelmine Melchert Schwichtenberg's older sister. Wilhelmine came with their father, and her own family, on the ship Hohenstaufen in 1881 and settled in Waterville. In the 1885 Minnesota census, their brother August (Germans often used their second name as their moniker) is living with Charlotte and Ernst Lau in Mendota, Dakota, MN. He was 50+ at the time, and we are not sure why he was with them, rather than with his family in Morristown, MN (illness? separation). He died in Morristown in 1892 according to Jane's records and the book she wrote on the Schwichtenbergs.
Added by eanders on Apr 09, 2015 5:03 PM
James France # 118962107
Info from # 47854913
Spoke with James France's son James in Cassville, Wisconsin. He told me that when his father died, they completed the stone with his dates, but he is not buried with first wife Serene Meicher. They buried him according to his wishes, in the Milton Cemetery in Rock County, Wisconsin. James' 2nd wife Tilda Lee Banks France died and was buried there last May. Supposedly James France has some kind of military plaque and a France nephew who works with cemeteries mounted it in a cement base. I find that he is not mentioned in the FindAGrave for the Milton Cemetery but that may be because the plaque was added at a later date.
-Stone pictured is not at Milton Cemetery.
Does Serene Meicher have a F.A.G. memorial?
Do you wish to make a cenotaph for this stone in the other cemetery? Let me know what is to be done.
Added by Bob on Mar 04, 2015 9:52 AM
Michael Lynch
Head stone
Thanks for the picture of the head stone of the Dad I never new. I now know he is resting in peace
Added by Michael Lynch on Feb 09, 2015 9:30 AM
DP Graves
The Cornells
Thank you so much for the lovely picture of George and Brendice Cornell's headstone and thank you for taking over their memorials for me.
Added by DP Graves on Feb 07, 2015 9:30 AM
Brad Prescott
Thanks for checking on Horace Eastman. I've come to the same conclusion that he was married twice.
Added by Brad Prescott on Jan 24, 2015 4:51 PM
Brad Prescott
Hello Kay,

I've come across two memorials that I believe are the same person with one being in Tucson, AZ and the other being in Anna, IL.

I see Horace G. Eastman #42194717 with nearly identical information for a Horace G. Eastman #42194717.

The dates are essentially identical and the spouse has the same name.

I suspect only a relatively close family member would know the real story.

It's a mystery to me.

Take care
Brad Prescott
Added by Brad Prescott on Jan 23, 2015 7:04 PM
Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airborne
Alae Cemetery
Thanks for the Grave Marker photo for Herbert Bauch.
Added by Jerry Reiswig-82nd Airbor... on Jan 02, 2015 9:00 AM
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