|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell (#47250521)|
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Please help me process your edit requests by sending me a personal email to alert me that you have sent through a correction if you see that it has been a few days and the changes did not take place. With the new system there are no notices sent to the contributors that there are edits waiting to take place and we usually have to randomly stumble across them, or check daily.|
I am an amateur "genie" researching many family lines in both my husband's and my own family.
During the summer of 2010, we re-traced the path of the wagon trains that brought our families out to Kansas, which took us through MO-IL-OH-PA. During our trip we not only visited the Historical Societies, but also many cemeteries where we cleaned or uncovered headstones, took photos, and documented the information for not only our records, but for future generations.
HEADSTONE PHOTOS: My husband and I have spent considerable time, and in some instances driving great distances, battling weeds, heat, rain, bugs and critters to take these photos. Saying that...please feel free to use any photo for your family records. Please be respectful and do not re-post to any other memorials on FAG or any other public grave website. Should you find any questionable information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
This summer 2014 we are working on Lincoln Cemetery in Lebo, Kansas and Arvonia Cemetery in Arvonia, Kansas.
My husband's family lines are: Clewell, Cryder, Clester, Brink, Donley, Dixon, Derrick, Downs, Reid, Louthan
My family lines: Hitchcock, Higgins, Homire, Heskett, Van Buskirk, Meek, Robinson
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|Nancy Thompson||RE: Thompson headstone|
I have thousands of local gravestone photos in my files...I hadn't looked at photo requests for some time, so glad to do this on a cold wintery night. Regards, Nancy
|Caleb Edwards||Minnie Rowe Riker 158164137|
Hello, I was wondering where you found that Minnie Riker's middle name was Sarah? I was unable to find a middle name for her.
|Trapper John||Mattie E. Blevins Gilles, 40183525, Highland Cemetery, Lawton, OK|
I have updated Mattie's memorial page as you suggested. I am not related to this family and didn't know the information was incorrect. Probably the erroneous information about her name was submitted by someone through the current edit system, and I do not have a record who contributed it. I put your note on Mattie's page to help clarify that Simeon was married twice. Perhaps it will help others researching this family.
|Dan Oh||Anthony Poloncic|
Obit added. BTW: click on any obit I put out there for publication and date in the caption at the bottom.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 07, 2017 10:08 AM
|Dan Oh||cleon Arnold|
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 07, 2017 10:00 AM
Look at everyone linked to this one. I added some obits.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 06, 2017 1:37 PM
|Dan Oh||Mary Smoker|
I accepted your edits saying she died in Gap, Lancaster County. Unless you have other sources, the obit says she died in Christianna, Lancaster County. Those two places are not the same. If you want to change it to Christianna, just send another edit.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 02, 2017 3:50 PM
|Dan Oh||ida Poloncic|
Oops, above explains why the two Poloncic's are in different plots. Anthony must have been her second husband.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 01, 2017 8:07 PM
|Dan Oh||Ida Polonic|
The cemetery record has this entry in their books. The burial plots are different for each of them.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 01, 2017 7:44 PM
|Donald E. Trout||RE: Trout family connection|
Thank you for your wonderful message! Helping others is the motivation for my research, so every person that benefits from the data makes the journey so very rewarding! Have a great trip!
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