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PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAB on Memorial pages for changes/family links - it provides the Memorial # you are requesting to change. REMEMBER WE ARE VOLUNTEERS & OUR WORK ASSISTS YOU IN FINDING LOVED ONES!-BE POLITE IN YOUR REQUESTS! Make your requests easy for us to find and complete. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO USE ANY OF MY PHOTOS ON FAG;GIVING ME CREDIT is expected & appreciated.|
Walking/photographing cemeteries in several counties in Nebraska.
I check the cemeteries for a current memorial - not the county or the state to see if someone has put them in the wrong cemetery. Unknown burial locations DO NOT come up on any search. Please feel free to contact me to update memorials with obits, family history information, and relative links.
♫ Please check out the complete listing of my ⒻⒶⓂⒾⓁⓎ Virtual ✞Cemeteries - it may save you a lot of searching☂, if we have common relatives.
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|Amoreeena||RE: cowles/ nebr city, ne|
Sorry re. the wrong Find A Grave # for Solomon Mumford Martin. Here is his correct #: Find A Grave Memorial# 88485858.
I should have asked you to add the brothers' names & Find A Grave #s in their BIO information so other family members searching for these people would see the connection.....I realize it would not be a "clickable" link.
Sorry for the inconvenience. I recently sent numerous requests for this family & tried to keep it all straight! Brothers married sisters in this group & I'm hoping that referencing the brother & Find A Grave # in Bios helps save other family member time.....
|Bonnie Fortney- Wichita, Kansas||Nora Dilworth|
I got my info from a police source who enclosed newspaper clippings from her second husbands death. Wendell Dilworth who died in Iowa in 1932. According to the obituary at the time, she had a daughter, Betty Jean from 2nd marriage, only child from that marriage. And had a son Norman Dilworth from 1st marriage, obviously adopted. Refer to my memorial: # 41496104. She may have had other kids from 1st marriage, but not mentioned in obituary. Just ones listed which I copied off of Newspaper article at time of his death. The info I was sent came from Sandy Bell, a fellow F.A.G. submitter, her profile no. is: 47279402. Thanks. All of this info from 2nd husbands memorial page, Wendell Dilworth.
|Kirk Johnston||Charles H. Miller (Blanchard, Iowa Cemetary|
Charles H. Miller of Blanchard, Iowa was my uncle. He is buried in the Blanchard Cemetary along with his brother, Fletcher and mom, Louise and dad John.
He was killed in WWI, Sergy France, in 1918. I do have several medals, citations, letters and other materials in my possession. I did visit the cemetary about 8 years ago.
I do recall that there is a Museum (history and artifacts) somewhere in Page County. I would be willing to donate the materials that I have relating to Charles. I think they need to go home to a better resting place.
If you could assist me, I would be grateful.
Kirk M. Johnston
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one entombed there or no of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
Carl and Carolyn Diamond
|Tracy Pardina||Caroline & John Meyer|
I can't thank you enough for transferring my great-great grandparent's memorials to me. I really appreciate it! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
|VyAZ Whitaker||Lefforge Headstone Pics|
Wow! what wonderful pics.... Thank you so much for taking the time to capture them... I really appreciate the photos of both Hannah & Lewis.
Very best regards,
Vy in AZ
|N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent||Leah Williams|
It looks like you have located a relative from Pennsylvania here in Nebraska....thanks for all the effort you have made in getting these names out to the public. It makes little stepping stones across the river of life.
|Dominique Potier||RE: Marvin Wagner|
Thanks so much for your picture ... Can I give these one to a website dedicated for the US soldier burried in Europe ?
|Dominique Potier||RE: Marvin Lee Wagner|
I'm so happy . It's exactly why I'm in Find A Grave ... give the chance to US soldiers burried in Belgium to see their relative grave . You are not the first one and I hope not the last ... I have adopted 6 US grave in Belgium and I can promess to you that Marvin is not forget , every year thousands peoples go to the cemetery for a prayer or a flower . Marvin's grave is maybe adopted by a personne and If you interresting you can contact the cemetery ; Mr Joris Vincent email@example.com . Do you have pictures or a story about this hero ?
|thendricksguy||Thanks for John and Emma (Barnes) Keys|
Thank you for your work. I just wanted to report I found John and Emma Keys among your many posts. They are brother-in-law of 2nd cousin 4x removed.
How's that for a find.
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