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We have roots in Illinois, Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Delaware, North Carolina, South Carolina, Arkansas, Virgina, Neubeschenowa, Hungry; Osfreisland, Germany; Handover, Germany (Prussia); Ireland; England. Just finished Neil Cemetery, Shelby Co Illinois from 1833 to 1972|
Have old orphaned photos from Shelby County Illinois. Email me to see them.
I am hooked on genealogy and have met a lot of very nice people who have helped me find family members.
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|Ann Schwendler||two Emanuel C Fowlers|
The oldest or "First" Emanuel Fowler lived from 1819 to 1903. He had a grandson receive that name born in 1888. He did not die in 1903. He married and had two daughters, living in Edwardsville, IL. I have to recheck his date of death but someone confused the two names. The elder Fowler is buried in the original, smaller cemetery in Cowden, not Mound cemetery. Emanuel's youngest son, Burt is buried there along with some other family members.
|James Charles Rogers III||SARAH SMART ROBERSTON|
WHAT IS YOUR SOURCE OF INFORMATION ON HER BIRTH SATES AND PLACE? I HAVE BEEN GETTING THREE DIFFERENT PEOPLE SAYS THREE DIFFERENT THING AND NO SOURCE INFO LISTED ON ANY OF THEM.
|Michael Swift||RE: Henry Spangler|
My wife is descended from Nathaniel Spangler. I'm trying to get him added as a child to your memorial from Henry. Spangler is my wife's maiden name. She's from Indiana. She and both her mom and dad now live in Texas.
|donna wester mckinney||Nathaniel Ignatius Leitner|
he is also my 6th great grandfather , how do you have info on his parents ? any info on his parents would be helpful for my research . i would like to knoe exactly where the leitners first came from , and how far have you gone back on this line?
|Charlene Teifer Stiffinella||Easton Whitten stone|
well, thanks anyway!!!!!!!! HM...I will figure this one out!!!! Have a nice holiday season!
|Charlene Teifer Stiffinella||Easton Whitten gravestone|
Thanks very much for the stone pic of Easton Whitten-he was quite a historic figure to be found! Appreciate your time on this site! Nice job on an old old stone.
Charlene Teifer S. #47196955 Bethlehem, Pa
|Tru Calling||Neal Cemetery|
seacnce you found them do you know the address for this Cemetery.
I would like to send this info to findagrave so that they can put it in for this cemetery. i can not find it any were the computer said that it does not live Dry Point Township
|Tammy Gibbons||Laban Smart|
Hi Joy, Just wanted to let you know (in case you don't already know) that Laban Smart was originally buried in a different spot than Hagler Cemetery. I have a friend who owns the farm adjacent to Hagler Cemetery & kept telling me about this gravestone in the middle of his field. So I went today & took a picture of it, then visited Hagler Cemetery & came to realize there are stones for Laban in both spots. I added a photo of the alternate gravestone to your memorial for him. Let me know if you would rather I'd delete the photo from your memorial. Tammy
|Karen Daniels||Daniels would like to view MyFamily|
My name is Karen Kay Daniels, married name is Warnecke. I am a member of Ancestry.com and have also on FIND A GRAVE. I came across you from Ancestry and followed this link into Find a Grave to view the Spangler site.
Wow...what excitement I had just seeing this. Thank you so much, as I am learning the root of my roots.
I would love and appreciate being invited to see and learn visiting MyFamily.
Thank you and hope to hear from you.
I will also follow up with emailing you at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sincerely, Karen Daniels Warnecke
|Tru Calling||Memorial# 70399181|
Do you have a better photo of this grave Eber N Aldrich
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