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I am interested in helping others find headstones in the state of Idaho. I'm excited about the Find A Grave concept and will do my best to help others find headstones they are looking for.|
I'm a mother of three beautiful, successful young women, a grandmother of FOUR handsome grandsons and a beautiful granddaughter. I've been a legal assistant for 18 years and love my job, I love farming and branding and chasing cows.
My family tree names include: Renz, Martin, Gump, Crowe (Crow), Puckett, Carson, Gans, and others.
Please do not post photos of a birth or death certificate or obit on any of my memorials. I think it ruins the looks of a memorial. If you find an online certificate and want it posted, let me know and I'll link to it.
The Find-A-Grave guidelines will be my guidelines. If anyone has issues with this, please feel free to email me using the one listed.
I've thoroughly enjoyed this website and have 'met' a lot of really nice, helpful people and I look forward to meeting a lot more!
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|Keith Erickson||RE: Tillman/Wodard Headstone Photos|
Thank you very much for checking on Dorothy.
|Keith Erickson||Tillman/Wodard Headstone Photos|
Thank you so very much on posting the photos of Axel Tillman's and Darrow Woodard's headstones. Your time and effort is very much appreciated. May I use the photos and attach to them, in our family tree on ancestry.com?
Also I am looking for more information on Axel Tillman's wife, Dorothy Woodard Tillman, Born about 1909 in Idaho. Can't seem to find much info on her on ancestry nor anything on her death. I was wondering if you noticed if she might be buried next to her husband, Axel at Rose Hill Cemetery? Thanks again, Keith, Bloomington, IL
|Dave Hartmann||Lela Wierman Smith|
Thank you for the photo Theresa!
|Cisco Kid||Lawrence Lyle Lambert|
Stone Photo is wrong person.
|DebVassa||RE: Arthur Bell - #125579862|
Theresa, Thank you for checking your records! However, I called the Dayton National Cemetery and they state they have no Arthur Bell there and that the first interment there was in 1867. That is 16 years AFTER Arthur Bell died. They referred me to the Woodland Cemetery and they do not have any records on Arthur Bell either. So I am not sure where you received the information that he is buried at the Dayton National Cemetery. Please check and if possible change his burial place to unknown.
Added by DebVassa on Aug 08, 2016 11:21 AM
|DebVassa||RE: Arthur Bell - #125579862|
Thanks so much as I am a descendent of Arthur Bell. I would appreciate any info you might have on him.
Added by DebVassa on Jul 29, 2016 12:52 PM
|DebVassa||Arthur Bell - #125579862|
I noticed you added a memorial for Arthur Bell in the Dayton National Cemetery, Montg. Co., Ohio. The Dayton Nat'l Cemetery states the first interment was in 1867 but Arthur died in 1851. The info you added I believe is correct with his parents and spouse. Could you please tell me where you found the information for his burial?
Find A Grave #48801173
Added by DebVassa on Jul 27, 2016 7:46 PM
|Marcea||Alice Louise Robinson|
I saw you created the memorial for her. I am trying to figure out if she is the Alice Louise I am looking for. Mine was Alice Louise Robins. her father was Zina Venice Robins. I found a social Security record that lists her name as Alice Louise Stout (correct parents). The record indicated a name change in Jan 1946 to Stout. I see you have a picture of the headstone and your Alice L Robinson is buried next to Alvin Robinson. I am now doubting she is my Alice Robins. Do you have any more info on her? My Alice L is also from Idaho. Mother was Margaret Mary Childers.
Added by Marcea on Apr 13, 2016 10:14 PM
|Laurel Shimpfky Marcucci||Hello,|
Theresa, If i didn't say thank you before I am now. Thank you for posting the grave marker photo for Mary# 8073391. You have made her complete!
|S.K. Mach||RE: Velma Casper|
Velma's mother is here.....Find A Grave Memorial# 74759585 which you also added. Thanks for creating their memorials and helping to link them all together!
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