|Leah Hubbard (#47018990)|
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I have to think of something new.|
This will update as soon as I do that.
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|Luella Hinrichsen||Daisy Williams|
Thanks Leah for the information, I have set the record straight! :) Luella
|Doris H.||RE: ANDRESEN, ANDERSEN|
Only one that says she was married to her first husband for 60 years. I don't think that can be since she was married four times.
Added by Doris H. on Aug 26, 2015 11:36 PM
Are you the one who created the Hubbard Family Tree at Ancestry.com?
Added by Doris H. on Aug 23, 2015 11:59 PM
|Duane Edward Cuthrell||RE: ANDRESEN, ANDERSEN|
My Uncle is John Anderson, son of Rudolph Anderson from Kingsley.
|Doris H.||RE: BRUHN|
No I'm not, but I know Rod. I just try to be helpful and pass information along when I can.
Added by Doris H. on Aug 23, 2015 6:26 PM
|C Dunham||RE: Mudgett|
I hope you saw some more Mudgett's I added to the cemetery.
Added by C Dunham on Jun 25, 2015 8:39 PM
|E V||RE: bradt|
I've done a bit of research on this person and it does appear that that is the correct Reuben Mehlhaff (there's an obit on his page). I've never been able to find a listing for her second husband. I've always wondered how she passed away and why she's buried under her maiden name - if you come across any info, feel free to share.
Added by E V on Jun 10, 2015 11:20 PM
|Bjensen||Lorentzen-Westlawn-Hillcrest Memorial Park|
May I use your photos in my Ancestry.com family tree? Thank you for considering. Bob
Added by Bjensen on Apr 14, 2015 3:43 PM
|L. A. McGriff||RE: Puterbaugh|
The stone letters were filled with shaving cream, and then squeegeed off leaving the shaving cream in the letters. Some people believes this could harm the stones - but it can be removed with a little water and a cloth. I believe old stones that are hard to read now, will just get worse - so we need to do whatever we can to read the info now before it's gone forever.
he was HER nephew - her sister was Dorothy Wipf Eisenhour and Dwight David was her son - no he was not married. They would like to find next of kin to present them the NE Honor & Remember Flag on July 4th - which is when he was Killed during the Vietnam War. I've researched and have the newspaper articles about his death. I believe the parents were divorced/separated as Dorothy lived in Omaha and it stated the father, Don E. Eisenhour, lived in North Platte - I found he passed in Des Moines, IA in 1983. Thanks.
Added by OmaHanke on Mar 27, 2015 5:05 AM
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