|Kevin & Paula Meyer (#46963078)|
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We have become interested in find a grave after working on our family tree. We found that one of the best ways to verify dates is by the death certificate or gravestones. It is very peaceful when out there amongst our ancestors. We have taken many pictures in Ohio and am just now starting here in Colorado. If you have any requests here in Colorado Springs feel free to send a request. Meyers in Colorado from South Dakota and Holcombs in Ohio.|
Kevin and Paula Meyer (Holcomb)
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Thanks for transferring infant Ivan Adams to me--he would have been my uncle.
|Chandra Miller Hoffman||RE: Devine/Green|
You're welcome! It was a beautiful day to be in a cemetery and help some people out at the same time!
|Lora Treadwell||RE: Frank Lombard|
You are so nice. I had Franks' obit and Edith's second marriage but I ordered Edith's obit from the library (but it did give me her death date from the obit....yeah)...what a great service that is...wish all libraries did that and they don't charge! I am going to send them something any way after all the flooding and the poor economy. Research on this family has been amazing and very sad. Edith and Frank's daughter, Gladys, committed suicide...a lookup volunteer on Facebook's Random Acts of Genealobical Kindness that has several newspaper programs found them for me. Hoping that I can get an obit from WI will tell me where she is buried. Thanks again. PS...Frank was the assistant postmaster in CS!
|Lora Treadwell||Edith M. Hudson Lombard Anderson|
Thank you so much. Can't wait to get the obit...have no patience....does it say she died in Michigan? RIP Edith....thanks again.
|Lora Treadwell||RE: Gladys Lombard Hall|
Thank you so much...I will take if off immediately....thanks too for the links...wish every cemetery did that....I did find an article from the Colorado Spring Directory from 1882 that list's Glady's father, Frank P. Lombard as assistant postmaster and I have his obit...going to post them.
|Lora Treadwell||Evergreen-Frank P. Lombard #28500327|
Hello....You took a photo of where we think Frank P. Lombard is buried with his wife's sister, Stella Dickey. I just found out that his daughter, Gladys Lombard Hall died January 12, 1939 in Wisconsin. She was living with her husband and son in the Chicago area so am wondering if she is really buried in the Evergreen? Probably no family still llving there so why would her husband have the body sent to Colorado and there is no tombstone? He was a wealthy man. He remarried and he and his second wife are buried in Evanston, IL....any cemetery records available or a tombstone? Thanks
|Kevin & Sharen (Guffey) Swenson||people that run the church|
we just restored the church that is in the prairie village and we would like to find out more about the people that took care of it before it wwas donated to the village could you help us please email me with any information you have on the to email@example.com we would like to add the information and obituary of then and put them in the show case in the church thank you
kevin & sheren swenson
|Luella Hinrichsen||Thomas Kershaw|
Thank you for the correction & additional info, so nice to be able to add to his memorial! Luella
|Ron West||RE: Dr. Arnold|
Added by Ron West on Jul 07, 2013 10:07 AM
|Lt. Ernesto Hemingstein||Marie Hurni|
Update completed as requested!
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