|Shirley (Bruhn) Martys (#47012912)|
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In appreciation for what others have done and all the hard work that happens here I will try to put back as much as I have received. I will try to add names and pictures from my own area. If you find one of your relatives that I have entered and the information is incorrect or you do not want it on this site, please contact me and we will correct or remove as quickly as possible. You also have my permission to use any of the pictures I have put on this site for your own personal family use. No need to ask. If you want a family member's memorial transferred to you, just ask.|
If I am able to fulfill requests for names, photos or other additional information, please feel free to request.
Happy hunting to everyone of you who are out there searching and trying to fill in all the open spaces in family history. And, thank you to all the hard working volunteers that make this site so great.
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|SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS||Calista Black|
102913067 I believe this is Calista daughter of Thomas C Black and Ellen Pratt Blacks daughter
|SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS||Ellen Pratt Black|
Memorial# 102913126 Ellen Pratt born in Illinois Dec 4 1845 is first wife of Thomas C Black his second wife was Ella Thomas.
Thanks for the transfers!
Added by CW on Sep 19, 2014 10:37 PM
|d webb||RE: Bureau Cem, Clarks NE|
Thank you that really did help to identify Harriet Holman on the S C Evans heastone. Turns out she was my 3 gr gm's (Sarah Cook Evans) sister.
Added by d webb on Jul 28, 2013 5:07 PM
|d webb||Bureau Cem, Clarks NE|
Shirley - you don't happen to have the list for the subject cemetery or know who I could get it from? I recently visited, and photog'd the entire cem, related to nearly everyone in there and reviewed the list at the gate but did not photog it - wish I had....
Any help would be appreciated.
Added by d webb on Jul 28, 2013 2:34 PM
|Bernice Griffith Knoke||RE: Beal Cemetery in Belle Plaine|
I am very happy to do it and will get it done this weekend or before. I was also thinking about photographing the entire cemetery monuments. It's a beautiful place and there are not many monuments up there. Have you been here to see it? Some of the grave markers are so old that they are hard to read so it's been there for a long time. It is our pioneer cemetery and is high on a hill. Again, I am happy to help!
|Bernice Griffith Knoke||Beal Cemetery in Belle Plaine|
I would be happy to photograph your request at the Cemetery. Please let me know if anyone has claimed it yet. Glad to help. I live just up the road from the cemetery and it's just a very pretty place to visit.
|Gail Graham||Phyllis Ann Veskrna|
Please correct the name of this person in Assumption Catholic Cemetery in Dwight, Butler Co., Nebraska. Thank you, Gail Graham.
|Ardath Kusek||Arlene McCintic|
This is Ardath Kusek, the niece of Arlene McClintic, and I was wondering if you would link her to my grandparents, James Alloway and Flora McGill Alloway. Their number are 92321009 and 92305642. thank you so very much.
|Carole Bryson||Metha Paulsen Grave|
Thanks so much for the photo of Metha's grave! She was my great-grandmother. Metha died when my grandmother, her oldest child, was seven years old, so not much is known of her life. I have a photo of her, some notes from St. Ansgar's church records, and a lock of her hair.
When Metha died, the ladies of the settlement prepared her for burial, according to my grandmother. They cut the lock of hair and gave it to Grandma for remembrance. Grandma treasured that and the photo all her life.
I can't tell you how much it means to me to see her headstone. It's so kind of you to do this for people you've never even met.
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