|Paul Rolfe (#47067817)|
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|Anne||RE: Prudence Lester|
I am not related or know anything about the Lester family you've asked about. If you let me know what you're looking for I'll see if I can locate it for you.
If you'd like--I am willing to transfer her memorial to you.
Added by Anne on Apr 19, 2015 4:31 PM
|Richard Carle||RE: Grace Myers|
Thanks for the latest on Vernon Leigh McClain Find A Grave 77775605.
Perhaps we could e-mail instead of Find A Grave messages. I check my e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) several times a day but sometimes go several days without checking in at Find A Grave.
I wish I could trade info if you have any folks in Oregon.
|Richard Carle||RE: Myers|
Again thanks for the prompt replay!
Edward H Myers 96263513
Flora M Armstrong 92362663
Had a child named Herbert Myers born about 1923. I don't seem to find him anywhere. Perhaps died in infancy?
Had a child named Grace (Myers)McClain born March 1930. Can't find anything on her. Perhaps she is still alive.
Surnames Armstrong, Carle, Britt, Auen and Richwine are relatives that I believe died and were buried in Council Bluffs.
I do not expect you to make any special effort to find these but if you come across them in your travels I would be interested.
Is there anything I can do for you here in Oregon?
|Marvin James||RE: Rhoades|
Thanks for the info Paul. I will look into it further. I was walking the cemeteries but had to stop because of a health problem. I sure enjoyed doing it for families. It is great you have been doing it for so long. Would like to meet you sometime.
13 Windsor Ave
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
|Glenn Benner||Spera Transfer|
I do have more info on Weidner Spera`s civil war service. Some is quite detailed.
Am willing to attempt a bio. if you would like to transfer. It would be great if we could find his descendants.
As for the Iowa Benner`s. There were 6 Benner men who came to America around 1720-40. They settled around Philly. I`m able to take my line to Chester, County, Pa. 1815. There is a separate line that headed to Ohio around 1800. Thinking a few kept going west ???
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Perkins|
I added all I knew through posts. I only have one Perkins in my posts and that's Susana Perkins in Cole County. When you get your proof you can contact the original posters to have them add info. I only know the info you and I looked up and I've already ask volunteers to post that. Good luck with your Perkin's searches.
|Cadmus||Dr. Richard Weddle,|
Thank you for the information, I will try to see if I can get in touch with his family and let them know. It's nice to find kind people on Find A Grave that care about family.
Added by Cadmus on Sep 20, 2014 9:19 PM
|Diane McBane||RE: Severns photo|
I photographed all grave stones today & couldn't make out any other Severns.
If you would like copies of the unidentifiable ones...just message me your email address and I'll send them. Hope to go through the list of names on here and add any photos not already uploaded!
|Jeff Bowman||RE: Elisha Salmons|
You might take a look at RootsWeb:
hello my friend ... Hope you enjoyed the pictures. Do not really know how much you want to know about Sven Bjornson ... He had a brother who also came to the United States. Jon Bjornson was born June 23, 1852 in Hallaryd Sweden died August 7, 1906 in Zion Cemetery ND. Married to Ingrid Eliasdotter Bjornson born 1851-05-23 in Göteryd Sweden dead 27 MAR 1900 inom Zion Cemetery ND. They got 5 Children.
Added by Hulken on Apr 09, 2014 11:45 AM
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