|Tom C (#47643907)|
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|A husband,father,grandpa who enjoys genealogy. Always researching my family. |
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|curlyj76||RE: John and Mary Costelloe|
That would be wonderful if you would be willing to do so, my id is curlyj76 #47480919 if you would like to transfer John and Mary (Memorial# 111983736 & Memorial# 111983713).
I noticed that you have added quite a few of their children and grandchildren (about 17 people!) that are also buried in the Alexandria cemetery. In fact, it also looks like you've added Mary King Costelloe's mother, Mary Cavanaugh (Memorial# 111984187) and her step-father, Patrick Cavanaugh (Memorial# 111984207)!
Its amazing how much family history can be contained in one small cemetery.
Thank you for all the work you are doing.
Added by curlyj76 on Dec 08, 2013 1:31 PM
|CMiller||RE: Sadie Truedson|
Thank you for the image!
Added by CMiller on Dec 01, 2013 10:13 AM
|Dennis Harmsen||Wohlers Photo|
Tom: Thank you very much for providing the gravestone photo for Glenn Wohlers in Fairmount Cemetery, Davenport.
|Susan||John and Nettie Sikinger|
Tom, Thank you for locating the graves of John and Nettie and posting the pictures. Your information was a great help.
Added by Susan on Nov 23, 2013 10:41 AM
|SKC||RE: Jane Connell|
I'll see what I can find.
Added by SKC on Nov 17, 2013 9:21 AM
|SKC||RE: Jane Connell|
I did some digging on Ancestry.com, and it looks like Jane was born in Immesdale, KS. Her parents were John Rooney (1861 Ireland -1937) and Cecelia (Cecily) McKibbon (1868-1936). There are also several siblings listed. She had a son (John Philip) in July of 1918, then she passed away in the same year, Oct 1918. I'm not sure of the cause of death, but this was during the time of the Spanish flu.
I hope this helps! Let me know if I can assist further.
Added by SKC on Nov 16, 2013 10:30 AM
|Jeanne Nagel||RE: Myrna Coffman|
That is fine for this site. Was curious if you could email me the headstone & the sheet separately for our family web site if you would not mind me using them with you getting full credit? My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks.-Jeanne
|Jeanne Nagel||Myrna Coffman|
Tom, thank you so much for finding my cousin's stone, no wonder no one could find it, they messed up her last name! Thank you for solving the mystery.-Jeanne
|CJBiller||Thomas R Burall|
Many thanks for this great picture. Charles
Added by CJBiller on Nov 10, 2013 5:14 PM
|Jack and Phylis Barthel||Huss|
Tom, thank you so much for the picture of the Ernst Huss headstone. It means so very much for our family to know where he was laid. If you should find his wife's (Marie Vozy Huss) headstone, we would appreciate that one also. If I can be of any help down the Barthel family line, please don't hesitate to ask!
Jack and Phylis Barthel
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