|Dakota Pioneer (#47339011)|
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I am grateful to be able to add a record here or there, in the hope it will help someone down the road with their family tree. |
Feel free to use photos I have posted if you give me credit, but be sure to get permission from the folks who have posted photos for me.
I really appreciate the photo volunteers since weather, lighting, stone conditions, the drive time, and the absence of good info can make the photo task difficult at times.
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|Ken Pascoe||RE: Spearfish native?|
The answer to your question is No I am not him.
However Kenneth and his sister Betty are both related. Both are Cousins
Clarence and Mabel are also related- Clarence was a Cousin.
In 2013 I added flowers on the memorials for Clarence and Mabel
|Blanch Flanigan||RE: Waterman photos|
I ran out of time but I will attempt to fill your request for the other two Watermans at a later date if no one else does it in the mean time.
|Ellen Bishop||RE: Vivian Klapperich Luce memorial|
We want families together I am promoting finding someone to on a regular daily basis check Kesling Mortuary for burials, it would be a great help to me and good contribution to findagrave for a local person so do that, I am a long ways a way, and I make mistakes in cemeteries, not knowing the area!
|MaritimeLass||RE: William R Cutler|
Well, thank you. And, again, I apologize. I'm normally much more careful than that.
I don't think I know much about the Maunders. What I do know is that families who hail from the area tend to remain quite connected to it, though. :-)
And I do want to say thanks for all your great work chronicling the graves at St. John's Anglican in Arichat. You've really done an amazing job.
|High Plains||RE: Heath photos|
You are welcome! Sorry I didn't get the third one yet. Hopefully next year when the snow stops!
High Plains :)
|Marg||RE: Mason Tyler correction|
The information we have on the John Mason Tyler line is from Charles "Henry" Tyler, my Grandfather. He was the son of John Mason Tyler, brother of John Mason Tyler, Jr. and Uncle of John Mason Tyler III or to you, Mason Tyler. They were all born in Massachusets and my mother, Sada May Tyler, daughter of Charles "Henry" Tyler, was the source of the information.
If you are interested in the Tyler line, I will be glad to send you more information.
Added by Marg on Nov 09, 2014 6:54 PM
|Christina-Marie Hedges||RE: Littlefields|
Oh :( I didn't realize there was a guideline for that. I'm sorry. On another note, hi cousin!! I'm not sure what is considered 3rd and 4th generation so I'll just ask for the direct lineage. My grandfathers grandmother is Emily Elizabeth Littlefield. She married Joseph Marion Morse in 1893. Joseph is buried with Emily's parents. Her parents were Abner Hezekiah Littlefield and Eliza Rhoda Stedman. Eliza's parents were Francis Stedman and Rhoda Hale. Abner is descended from the brother of John, Anthony, another son of Edmund. Again, thank you for your consideration!
|Lee Richards||Tuttle Family|
I appreciate your Transferring
Bertha Mahoney Tuttle
William E Tuttle
to me. It was greatly appreciated
|K Wickman||RE: Mark Boice photo|
You're welccome. I also put them on billion graves.
|TJG||Eli & Polly Gould Pond|
Hi, Thank you for the transfer of my direct ancestors. I appreciate your time and effort to create these memorials. Best Regards
Added by TJG on Oct 09, 2014 6:45 PM
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