|Jimmy Sweet (#46814341)|
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I am researching the Trudell, Langdeau, Colombe, Dorian, and Emery families of South Dakota and Nebraska.|
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Bessie McDowell..., Brenda Allyn, Bud Carlson, Carin Archer, Carrie & Kevin ..., Dee G., Denise Riley, Dennis R. Davis, dolph72, Ginger, Grace Moman May..., Herb Schwede, Karylyn Petrie, Kelly Roadway H..., Renate, Renee, shaw lee, Vicky Valenta
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|cmm 945||Edward and Joyce (Busler) McMillan|
Thank you for the transfers! Regards, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Jun 17, 2013 7:02 PM
|BLV||Amos Sweet and Releaf Gilman Sweet|
Thank you for connecting their memorials.
Added by BLV on Jun 11, 2013 8:20 PM
|BLV||Amos Sweet|Added by BLV on Jun 11, 2013 8:18 PM
|Leslie Lewis||Starkweather transfers|
Thank you so, SO MUCH for transferring the memorials for my ancestors, John Starkweather and Richard Starkweather, father and son!! You have made my day!
|Patricia Edmonds||RE: Brandon request|
|Sheri West||Harry & Howard Brandon|
They have been linked to their mother :)
|Suki Davey||RE: Henry Arcoren family|
He remarried. I can get you the name if you'd like. SMD
|William Cole||Baird and Sweet in Geauga Co., Ohio|
I got back to Welton cem in Burton. The cylindrical stone cleaned up nicely with water and a nylon brush but it is still unreadable. The stone next to it has dates that appear to be 1871 and 1908 (could be 1903 - 1888 - 1883).
I went to Ancestry and found census records for Howard and Mina (1900 through 1940), Aaron and Virginia (1880 - Howard is with them) and for Bethia and Asael. If you want that information I will send it to you.
Third. - I am photographing grave markers at Briar Hill Cem in Russell Twp, Geauga County and there are 12 graves with the Sweet surname. Could these be your relatives?
|William Cole||RE: Bairds at Welton|
I will get back t0 Burton ( there is a maple shop on the town square) but there may not be anything readable on the stone.
|William Cole||Bairds at Welton|
I added photos to Bethia Bairds memorial. I also added a photo of the Baird graves as they are together. In that phot0, to the right, is a cylindrical stone which is covered in lichen. I had nothing with me to clean the stone and it is possible that it might still be unreadble with the lichens removed. If you want I can try to get back to Welton and clean the stone with water and a nylon brush. It could be Mina's.
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