|Dixie Lambert (#46894002)|
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|I am the Sexton for the Kennard Cemetery at Kennard, Nebraska. I love 'researching' and would be happy to help fellow genealogists find their relatives in the Kennard area. I have photos of the gravestones in the Kennard Cemetery and would like to include obituaries. If anyone has any they would share, please email them to me and I will add to the record. To receive information about burials, either email me or call Kennard Village Office at 402-427-7311 and they will contact me.|
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I am working on getting into the Union for my GWR Ledford. I'm sitting here staring at the Find A Grave page and I know GWR Ledford father is John Ledford.
Do you have any idea where he is buried? When they came to MO, they were with JOHN RALLS family and into RALLS County. Have any ideas?
Ralls is part of his name George William Ralls Ledford...
|Denise Stratman Olsen||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the transfer, it means so much to me. Thank you for the work you put in to create Bruce's memorial with the obit write up and photos. I really appreciate you transferring it to me. Denise
|Denise Stratman Olsen||Transfer?|
Hi DIxie, Bruce Stratman is my brother, I would love to have his memorial transferred to my name if possible. Thank you for creating it, nice picture of his stone. Thank you, Densie
You're welcome. I didn't know if I would be able to find it without the plot number, but then ended up driving right past it. I really liked the phrase they had engraved on their stone.
Added by amy on May 06, 2014 11:00 PM
|Terry Lester||Lambert family|
Hi Dixie, my name is Terry Lester was wondering how you were related to Melvin Lambert, I was married to his daughter Deb for awhile had three children and then divorced. But still remained very close friends to Melvin and his son Kelly. Am starting to to do some genealogy research for my three children on Mel's side Oh, and my other two girls also called him Grandpa Mel when they were young. I also remember Ed and Esther.
|S. Wardell||RE: Neals|
Hello, I wondered if your reference was to the Isaac Baker Dunn Neal and spouse Lydia Garrett Neal. I see these memorials are linked as parents for Joseph C Neal on his memorial. Were these the names you were searching?
Also, thanks for the transfer on Gertrude Blaco Neal.
Let me know if you have any questions, thanks.
|Jean Jorgensen||Minnie and Sylvester P. Pettit|
I want to copy the photograph you took of the Pettit's headstone and add it to my family records as proof of birth and death and marriage. It has been difficult to find information on Minnie - until now. It is exciting to be able to complete the families basic information. My husband is related through Minnie's side of the family. I am compiling stories of the family for a family history book - used just within the family.
Let me know if it is okay to copy your photo.
Jean Jorgensen #47179150
|Ron Steenhoek||Dirk and Jenneke Van Ryswyk|
Thanks very much for the transfer.
Best Regards, Ron
|Charles Waid||Delilah McCourtie|
Dixie, Please link Delilah (Boyd) McCourtie to her parents: Eston Boyd #39445487 and Sarah Boyd #33156776. Thank you.
I'm sorry, I must not have explained myself very well. The issue is not with the picture itself, it is with the display icon.
The photo was apparently uploaded as a "Grave" photo rather than as a "Person" photo. Thus, the headstone icon is displayed, rather than the picture icon being displayed.
As you may know, photographers might assume he has a headstone photo and not bother to photograph his stone, and uploading as a person, by default, keeps that photo at the top of the page if more images of other things are uploaded.
I hope this makes a bit more sense. Thanks for touching base,
Added by Sheila on Oct 01, 2013 7:20 PM
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