|Hooked On Family (#47448897)|
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Upon "googling" my great grandmother's name, I found a link to a photo of her headstone on Find a Grave. I was amazed, became hooked on this site, and have been contributing ever since.|
My hope is to leave a legacy here for my children, grandchildren, and others by adding data and links.
I am not trying to amass large numbers of memorials. I just try to add data. I enjoy helping others, and I appreciate that others have helped me.
I create memorials with dignity and respect for those who have passed. I will remove a memorial if it is too sensitive for you, and I will remove photos you do not want on a memorial.
Forgive me for not having all burial locations identified. It takes time to research, some whereabouts are unknown, and some obituaries/mortuaries currently do not list burial or disposition details. Those people still deserve to be remembered here.
Unless one of my memorials is my relative or close friend, I do transfer memorials if you can and will add information.
Please let me know if I have an error so it can be corrected.
I try to make edit requests in a timely manner.
I appreciate knowing about added posts to my memorials such as photos or obituary clippings that would help me link family members.
I am happy to share photos with you to use in your family albums. Feel free to contact me.
- - - - Projects as of 2016 - - - -
I have taken gravestone photos of these entire cemeteries, although I may not have recent burials. Some stones are photographed, but are not readable, so may not be matched with a memorial. All have been posted for:
Paton Cemetery - Paton, Iowa
Dawson Cemetery near Paton, Iowa
Antioch - Clarksville, Iowa
Lynwood - Clarksville, Iowa
Old Town - Clarksville, Iowa
Pleasant Valley - Clarksville, Iowa
Butler Center - Butler County, Iowa
St. Mary's Catholic - Greene, Iowa
Memorial Park - Austinville, Iowa
Ackley Christian Reform - Ackley, Iowa
St. Patrick's - Parkersburg
Memorial - Austinville, Iowa
Ackley Reformed - Ackley, Iowa
Oak Hill - Bristow, Iowa - working on posting
I added many photos for McCallsburg Cemetery and Rose Hill Cemetery in Greene, Iowa. I will be adding more photos when possible.
My wonderful Jiffy has crossed the "Rainbow Bridge". I would love it if you stopped by her memorial. Thanks so much! 🐱
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Thank you for the photos.
Added by Bob on Jun 23, 2016 12:10 PM
No worries at all,thank you for responding,so quickly! That's wonderful that you do your local cemetery. I love down the street from 3 very old cemeteries, as soon as I buy a new camera ill be able to see if there's any graves around here that could use photos on find a grave. Thanks again!
Hi Hooked on Family,
I noticed you left a flower on George Moranvilles page 67786695 is his find a grave number. Did you by chance know the Moranville family? My grandmother and Adrian Moranville were married in the 1930's and had a baby boy who passed away after a few weeks. Adrian was Georges son. My grandma remarried later and had other children, and ended up raising me. She never spoke about the Moranville family, so I'm just gathering information. My grandmother was named Mary Wilma Eddleman, but she went by Patricia. Their baby boy that passed was named Joseph William Moranville. He's buried next to Adrians step grandparents in Denver but no headstone according to the photo I have. Thanks so much
Oh, and I appreciate all you do for this site. You are an asset to the Find A Grave community. Keep on doing what you do so well!
Added by T Burt on Jun 21, 2016 8:35 PM
|T Burt||John Bridgeman/Bridgman|
Go with the edit to the cemetery burials for Bridgman. John & Rhoda Bridgeman memorials are being deleted by administrators since the person who created these memorials is deceased. Found memorials always take precidence over unknown cemetery memorials. I believe the Bridgman name is correct.
Added by T Burt on Jun 21, 2016 8:33 PM
|J. Clements||Estelle Lulu Morain Wilcox McConkey|
30 Jan 1905 Iowa Marriage record Fred Wilcox to Lulu Morain, daughter of C O Morain and E Crumbly.
Fred's death record 14 Feb 1917,shows he was a divorced farmer.
Lulu Morain Iowa Marriage record 24 Jan 1921 to William McConkey. Shows she's daughter of Charles O Morain and Eve Cumley.
Lulu was the mother of Charles Dwight Wilcox, Merritt Marine/Moraine Wilcox (RR work records show middle name Moraine and mother's name as Estella Luella), and Wayne Amos Wilcox (1910 census). "Stella" Wilcox and son Dwight Wilcox in 1920 census.
1925 Iowa census shows Lulu with William McConkey and children from that marriage.
Merritt Marine Wilcox CA death record shows mother's maiden name McConkey.
All records from Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
|Eliza||RE: Ruth Pelihos|
I transferred management to you. No, I do not have additional information on her. She was not a relative or anyone I knew of.
Added by Eliza on Jun 04, 2016 2:22 PM
|Joan Ebersold||James French Milligan|
You have added pictures of the gravestones for Andrew Milligan and his wife, Letitia Milligan. I have spent a couple of year trying to find the actual grave for their son, James French Milligan but have yet to locate any information except that he is probably buried in the Concord Cemetery in Appanoose County, Iowa. This is where his parents were living. Unfortunately, there is no record and no gravestone. Therefore, I have created a cenotaph for him as his name is on the stone with his parents and his sister, Mary. Would you mind adding your picture from the Andrew Milligan memorial to that of James's memorial?
James's memorial number is 162638326
Andrew's memorial number is 16590344
|Wayne Foster||RE: Catherine Kucher Belden|
Thank you for the reply. I saw the note at IaGenWeb under listing of Cemetery. When listing the Cem info someone must have seen an obit or note in Cem records to add that info. That would prove that she is the Catherine on 1850 census even though age is way off. Thanks for your contributions. Wayne
|Wayne Foster||Catherine Kucher Belden|
You state that when Catherine died, she was survived by sister Amy and brother Amon. Do you know the source for this information? Thank you, Wayne Foster
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