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I have been gathering family information for over 20 years and consider myself a beginner. I love to share information and pictures with others on line. I live a long ways from my areas of interest and I am thankful for those willing to help. If you see any errors or know something I haven't noted and would like to see please let me know.|
If you are related and would like me to transfer any of my North Idaho Memorials to you, please let me know.
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|Dan Tripp||James and Edna Lipe|
I have added grave site photos to the memorials you recently created for James and Edna Lipe.
|Margaret||RE: Kathryn Mae White Jenkins|
No I am not related but found this obit when I was searching the Monona County web page so added it to the grave site. If I can be of any help I certainly will be glad to try. I live just a few miles from that cemetery and also live in the town where the county court house is located.
Added by Margaret on Feb 21, 2015 7:18 AM
|Darrell Larson||RE: Irene Iverson Anderson|
Hi Odette. Ida Larson was my grandfather's sister. There parents were Lewis and Ingeborg Larson. Lewis had an old photo album which was passed to my grandfather Lloyd Larson, and then to my father Lorys Larson, and then to my sister. We were visiting my sister last summer and I found out she had the album (was not aware of before). I brought it home and just recently went thru the album. I scanned all of the photos with identities on them and then posted them on Find A Grave. The photo with Ida, Iver and family was only labeled as Ida and Iver Iverson, so I don't know the identities of the others. It's interesting to note that Ida and Iver were first cousins. Ida's mother was Ingeborg (Thompson) Larson. Ivers mother was Rachel (Thompson) Iverson. This is all linked on facebook.
This does not help you much but at least you know the background. Maybe someone else will contact me with the identities. That sometime happens. Suggest you remain as manager and then if someone contacts me, I will let you know. Or they may contact you. Take care, Darrell.
|TM||RE: Marion Herndon|
Since he died in Lebanon, Laclede, Missouri, and it states on his death certificate that he was buried there, could you put buried in Lebanon, Laclede, Missouri and put cemetery unknown? I am pretty sure he is buried in the same cemetery as his mom, but I don't know that for certain.
It was nice finding his dad. Thank you!
I am new to genealogy and Find A Grave. It is very time consuming, but I really enjoy it a lot.
Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. And thank you again for taking the time to set up all your Find A Grave's. I know it takes a lot of time. When working on my tree, it's so helpful to find the burial information. :)
Added by TM on Feb 08, 2015 11:30 AM
Thanks Odette for the transfer.
Added by Robert on Jan 26, 2015 3:19 PM
Thanks for updating the information I sent using the edit feature for Hiram Hearing. It is much appreciated.
Added by Robert on Jan 26, 2015 11:08 AM
|Kat||RE: Joseph Egbert|
What I have found out today is; Joseph didn't use a middle name growing up. Teasdale comes from his third wifes family. Trimble came from the Egbert family. Thank you for letting us know Teasdale is on cemetery records. Thank you very much.
Added by Kat on Jan 18, 2015 6:03 PM
|Arthur Hammond||Tansfer of George Wellington Flemming|
I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer my Great Grandfather George Wellington Flemming's page to me? I have my Great Grandma, Martha Jane Waddell-Flemming, already and would like to keep them together.
If you would, I would greatly appreciate it.
|Dr Marie C.Karban DVM ret||RE: Clara Brandt Kreiser in Woodlawn|
It's ok. I'm slowly getting memorials back up and searching my stash for photo's. I'm going by year, since wood lawn has a web site for the funeral services. so far I finished up 1997-2014.
|Margaret Foster||RE: Brandts|
Thank you so much for contacting me through Find A Grave. You even went into the Foster family with my grandfather in Walla Walla. I often think about you - my husband and I were in Idaho last Spring and I almost contacted you but thought it might be too creepy for you to suddenly hear from a distant, distant Brandt relative.
I'll send this message in gmail and through the Find A Grave site in hopes you get it. I hope we can keep in touch.
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