I'm researching my roots Kocher and Hurin/Huron in Hendricks County Indiana, Kirkham's in Shelby and Jennings county, and Lee or Lea in Shelby county and Hoop's in Shelby county. I'm just getting started so it's lots of fun!!
Please stop and leave a note for my dear sweet husband. He died way too young of cancer. He served our country in the U.S. Army for 20 years 1972-1992, he was retired. Memorial # 60585898 Gregory Cook
Fred Kocher I have a black (appears to be) a prayer book of some sort. It is written in German, I think. It mentions Martin Luther on the first page so I am assuming it is a Lutheran prayer book. On the cover,in gold letters, is printed: Fred Kocher and the year 1908. I am searching for anyone who may be related to this particular Fred. There is a small photo in the book of a woman I assume is Fred's wife. This would be a priceless heirloom for this man's family. Any ideas as to whom this may belong to would be appreciated. I obtained this at an auction in Linn,Mo some time ago and would love to send it to a family member. Let me know what you think. Linda Vieth firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth & John J. Adylott I am wondering if you have a connection to this family. I have been searching records of Joseph Aydelott/Elizabeth Malady who were married in Boone County, KY. Know from Joseph's Civil War records, actually pension that Elizabeth was granted, that she lived in Shelby Co. in 1865 & 1870. Would love to find out what happened to her, my line is the Mallady family.
Jewel T. Cobb; Dorothy Summersett Cobb You took at photo of this couple at St. Peter's Cemetery, Columbia, Richland county, SC. They are listed as being buried at St. Peter's Cemetery. Is this at Elmwood or is this at St. Peter's Catholic Church on Assembly St.? Find A Grave Memorial# 6341675
I'm confused as to which is which. Thanks, Glenna email@example.com
ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
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You have a memorial for Smith H. Callon. He was also married to my great aunt, Pansy Lenora Mix. They were married 27 Jan 1915 in Allen Co., IN. They had one son, Gerald, born 18 Sep 1915. They must have divorced because Pansy re-married and died in 1977 in Cincinnati. If you are interested in any info on Gerald, let me know. I have photos. Just thought you might want this info.