|Richard Akins (#47909042)|
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Retired Professor of Chemical Engineering at Kansas State University.|
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|Erbie James||RE: Segra Miller|
Thank you, Richard! I requested these photos because a close friend of mine just lost his father, Ralph L. Miller, ( Find A Grave Memorial# 148800690)who was cremated. His ashes will be interred at Sunset Cemetery soon. Ralph was Segra's son, and her husband Harry Miller was Ralph's father. Due to some very tragic circumstances, Harry died in a state hospital for the criminally insane in Kansas years ago. He was formerly Amish, and was shunned by the Amish because he married a Norwegian woman (Segra Olson). Therefore, records of him are scarce to nonexistent. If you could find any information on Harry Miller, husband of Segra Miller, my friend would be eternally grateful I know. He would LOVE to know where Harry is buried. I realize it is a daunting task, and I'm asking a lot, but if you care to undertake it, I'll see if there is any more information I can glean from my friend that might help. Thank you so very much!
|Erbie James||Segra Miller|
Thank you again! This means much to the family.
|Erbie James||Dorothy Miller|
Thank you very much for your time and effort!
|Pearl||R. & Martha Thorp(e)|
Thank you for your efforts in obtaining a headstone photo. Also, thank you for showing where it should have been - definitely an extra effort.
Added by Pearl on Jul 06, 2015 3:44 PM
Looked pretty mucky there at Sunset. Thanks again for using your technology to give a good location to unmarked graves!
Thanks for putting up the pics of all three Gear relatives!
Added by GrammaL on Jul 06, 2015 9:55 AM
Thanks so much for going out there and taking a picture! Do you know what happened to the headstone? How did you know he was buried there with no headstone?
Added by jremaly on Jul 05, 2015 9:40 AM
|Martha Cook Highley||Poland|
Thank you so much for the photo!!
|Phyllis Scott||Thank You!|
I want to thank you for going out of your way to help me solve a mystery that has been puzzling me for decades. This grave could well be that of William George Brown from my family tree. Your help is greatly appreciated and once again...
|MJH||Blanche Peck Cole|
Thanks for taking and uploading the photo of her stone. I was pretty sure her husband was buried there, but wasn't sure without seeing the picture. (Thanks for adding his memorial as well).
Added by MJH on Apr 13, 2015 7:59 PM
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