|Linnea Perris (#47226611)|
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|When I first started to use this site I was looking for ancestors. When I did not find one and had enough information to enter for a memorial I did so. Now when looking I have been adding memorials for any name that comes up in searching for family that is not on the site. If you wish to have me transfer management because you have additional information to add for one of your ancestors, just ask and it will be transferred. In searching for my ancestors I have become closer to them by finding out more about them. It is a wonderful experience. Wishing for you Happy Searching.|
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|Carol & David||RE: Margaret and William Stewart Memorials|
You are very welcome. I realized after adding Margaret's gravestone that her mother, Mary was a Carpenter. Mary's father, Bolsar Carpenter is my 5X Great Grandfather so Margaret Stewart is my 1st cousin 5X removed according to Ancestry. It's always nice finding a family connection.
|Ray Allen Brabston||RE: Mary Hanna Brabson Hess 118439302|
Thank you for the offer. There are a total of 6 family members in Greenwood - they are distant relatives. I will request changes via the normal edit mode.
Many thanks for the observation and offer.
Ray Allen Brabston
|Linda||RE: Rodden and Irene Murray's Memorials|
Thank you for your kind words ~ happy to 'give-back'.
Added by Linda on Mar 25, 2015 6:01 PM
|Linda||RE: Rodden and Irene Murray Photo Requests|
Your welcome Linnea - worked out well. I've transferred Irene's record to your care.
Thank you for doing all that you are doing.
Added by Linda on Mar 25, 2015 9:55 AM
|Wayne & Janet Brawner||Mary Catherine Bidleman Miller|
Memorial# 91767115 Mary Catherine Bidleman Miller
Just wanting to know are you related to Mary Catherine Bidleman Miller ? Her husband Michael Grier Miller is my wife's Great grandfather.
We are asking 2 questions one: If you are not related would you be willing to allow us to manage her memorial?
two: If you are related what information do you have on all the family members in this group, Mary and Micharl and their children?
Thank you for any considerations of a possible transfer. Wayne and Janet Brawner
|Jennifer||RE: Nilsson and Sheets Buried in Lot 106|
The Fremont Cemetery and the 'Old' Cemetery are the same. I don't have any contact information for the cemetery. I would think that if you called Beams or Weicht (or any funeral home in the area), they would be able to provide a contact number.
Added by Jennifer on Jan 02, 2015 1:46 PM
|Chuck Johnson||RE: Adeline Nillson Memorial 66092273|
You are very welcome, glad I could help.
|Carol & David||RE: Margaret Stewart Memorial 114456788|
Leave the request, my husband indicated we can check the cemetery after the leaves come down and see if the sun will shine on the stone. The cemetery is beautiful because of the mature trees but it makes it difficult to take the old stones unless the sun hits them. If it isn't good we can check again in the spring.
|Carol & David||RE: William DeWees Stewart Memorial 114456644|
You are welcome. William's wife, Margaret is listed on the other side of the grave monument. The problem is the sun was not on it and the photo we took was unreadable so I did not add it. My husband feels the only time a good picture might be available is in early summer when the sun comes that far around. I have a picture of the small marker like William's in the ground but did not want to just list that unless you would like it added.
|Alan & Gayle (Rathbun) Weiss||RE: Questions about Weiss Family|
Thank you for contacting me. Unfortunately, your Beidelman name isn't in my known line, nor Sallie Weiss. I don't know of any of my Weiss line that was in PA in the 1800's. In that timeframe they were shortly in the Chicago area, then out to NE Iowa (Reinbeck/Waterloo). They came over in the mid-1800's from Goldlauter in in Germany. However, I am aware that a lot of other Weiss's came from that town to different parts of North America. Weiss is too common of a name unfortunately so they also came this way from many of the germanic countries. Sure doesn't hurt to ask me though :-) Best of luck tracking them down!
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