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Shirley Fisher Seebeck (#46854006)
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Eva Hopkins
Audrey Lipinski
I added a picture of Audrey today.
Added by Eva Hopkins on Oct 07, 2015 12:07 PM
Charlene Hensley
RE: Dorothy Agnes Kinnaird
Shirley, here is what Elizabeth told me about where her siblings are buried:

"My sister Eloise is at Saylors Cemetery - my older brother Bill is at O'Connor Cemetery as well as my younger brother Glenn (all in White County). Of course, you know that my mom and dad are at O'Connor along with their eldest daughter, Dorothy. I will be Oaklawn Cemetery also in White County. My younger sister Janet lives in Georgia."

Is this helpful?
Added by Charlene Hensley on Oct 16, 2014 8:06 PM
Charlene Hensley
Shirley, I'll ask Elizabeth where they are buried. I know Elizabeth and Janet are still living, but I think the others have died. They are my dad's first cousins.
Added by Charlene Hensley on Oct 16, 2014 9:08 AM
Charlene Hensley
Dorothy Agnes Kinnaird
Hi Shirley,
Thanks for getting back to me.
Here is the info for Dorothy:

Parents: Ira Carr Kinnaird
Celina Loma Hensley Kinnaird

Siblings: Janet, Eloise, William, Elizabeth, Glenn.

Elizabeth told me that Dorothy was the first person buried in the Kinnaird Cemetery in White County, but that her mother had her moved to the O'Conner Cemetery. She said her grandfather, William Alexander Kinnaird, chose the site for the Kinnaird Cemetery on his land. I can supply more dates if you need them.
Thank you.
Added by Charlene Hensley on Oct 14, 2014 8:35 PM
Charlene Hensley
Dorothy Agnes Kinnaird
I found the grave stone photo and memorial for Dorothy Kinnaird, but no other info on Find a Grave. Then I found out who her mother and father were, so I am wondering if you can add that info to the memorial. Or if I can.
Thank you.
Added by Charlene Hensley on Aug 08, 2014 5:06 PM
Wanda Kenley
Hildred Jones
Thank you for giving me the birth date of Hildred Jones.
Added by Wanda Kenley on Mar 18, 2012 6:55 AM
I am looking for a Lillian Bogulawski- her maiden name was Stumbaugh- daughter of Charles and Sara James Stumbaugh. She was bor Nov. 1899 in Tazewell County. Last information I have on her, she lived in Chicago when her father died
in 1926. I believe she was alive when her mother died in 1941, in Chicago.
Could you help me?
Added by Gina on May 12, 2011 11:07 AM
Larry Moore
RE: Clyde Fisher-Hermitage Memorial Gardens
Shirley I transfered Clyde to you which achieves my goal for making the memorial; to preserve his information and pass the memorial along to a relative. Larry
Added by Larry Moore on Apr 10, 2011 2:45 AM
Jill Harris
RE: William Klahn
I am sorry I did not see this before. I did not realize folks were leaving me messages on here. Sorry, but I am not related to William Klahn. I was at the cemetery visiting my son and thought... I have done a lot with my geneology.... Then I thought others might be trying to look into their familys. So... needless to say, I took a photo of EVERY headstone in the cemetery and started to download. Did you know back when I started this project there were more that 6000 headstones. Phew..... I did run out of seam mid way of entering them, but i do have the photos of those I still have not down loaded. I am thinking maybe a project for when I retire.

Added by Jill Harris on Jan 03, 2011 3:38 PM
cindi neuman(fort)
RE: Lansing Burial Ground
Looking at the map I can understand that. When ever you are able to do it. I appreciate the fact that you are willing to look for it. Doing family history long distance you rely on the internet and people who are willing to help. That is why I have been going out and trying to get pics and info around where I live. So others can do thiers long distance. And once again thank you
Added by cindi neuman(fort) on Aug 03, 2010 8:11 PM
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