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"We were talking about what it was like to spend one's childhood in little towns like these, buried in wheat and corn, under stimulating extremes of climate: burning summers when the world lies green and billowy beneath a brilliant sky, when one is fairly stifled in vegetation, in the color and smell of strong weeds and heavy harvests; blustery winters with little snow, when the whole country is stripped bare and gray as sheet-iron. We agreed that no one who had not grown up in a little prairie town could know anything about it."|
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Arthur John Cruise "A.J.". I left some information on his Memorial. Please connect him up with his family. Thank you.
Added by Sue on Jun 21, 2016 10:10 PM
|L. Forbes||RE: George W Everhart|
That is what I thought. The cemetery records have him listed but without a stone.
EVERHART George W.*** 189? 28 Aug 1924 Margaret K. LAHR no stone
I made him a memorial and link him to the wife and two sons Memorial# 164955581, what do you think we should do? Thank you for the quick response, should I make a note on his memorial as to the other grave?
|L. Forbes||George W Everhart|
#26191403 I am wondering if this is our George W. Everhart, death Aug. 28, 1924. The records are from Jefferson County Online
St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery
Penn Township, Section 12
|Jennifer Mizzell ||RE: Hi there|
Hi! I'm sorry it's been -years- since I've been active on Find a Grave. Are you still having trouble, and if so, how can I help?
As you can see, I am updating the memorial now. Please do not send any more edits until I am done. My computer keeps getting stuck, so this is taking some time. Do you have any sources for David Butterfield's burial?
|Karen Brewer||Rosetta Woodrow|
Thank you for transcribing and sending the obituary for Rosetta. Much appreciated!
|jkarstens||RE: Henry Weichman|
My apologies. When I get to a cemetery I try and fill as many empty requests as I can. Thank you for the correction.
|Bob||Charles and Caroline Langfeldt|
This is an Access Wisconsin Cemetery Record.
Langfeldt, Caroline(Charles) 06-11-1849 02-02-1926
Langfeldt, Charles(Caroline) 02-19-1848 05-27-1920
Charles and wife Caroline are both listed there.
If you have a problem with access just try a part of the URL and work your way thru to Columbia County Wis. This has been a reliable source as far as I know. Keep in touch. Bob
Added by Bob on Mar 04, 2016 12:03 PM
|Carolyn DeLay||photo for Henry Weichmann|
John, I went down tothe cemetery last week after you had put the request up the first time. There is NO stone for him. I sent you a message via email, so I wouldn't have to put this on a public wall. I will send you all the pics I retook then. There just isn't any stone there, just a lot of grass. Sorry. Carolyn
Peggy Ann Foster Freemyer is buried in Graceland Cemetery, Creston, Iowa
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