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|Nancy~||Helen G. Cook Memorial# 95293162|
Hello, and thank you for making a memorial for Helen G. Cook, Find A Grave Memorial# 95293162
She was a distant cousin and close friend to my family, and would you please transfer her memorial to me?
Thanking you for considering this,
Helen G Cook
Death: Aug. 26, 1992
Calvary Cemetery (listed also as a Catholic
Created by: nk
Record added: Aug 13, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95293162
Added by Nancy~ on Dec 27, 2014 2:44 PM
|On the Trail||W M Boge|
Thanks for letting me know that the memorial is a duplicate and that the name is a mispelling. I have deleted the duplicate. Appreciate your help.
|Anne Rupert||Adams family - Lexington Cemetery|
Once again thank you for bearing with me as I sort out (VERY CAREFULLY) the various ADAMS folks buried in Lexington Cemetery. Somewhere I hope to find my ancestor!! You have done a great service posting headstone photos as they tell so much more than what a plot search does!! Good work!
I am so sorry that I could not get pictures on the inside of the Mausoleum. The door was locked and had very x-small windows just big enough and just enough light to identify but not to take the pictures inside. Patty
Added by Patty on Dec 16, 2014 9:23 AM
|Anne Rupert||Lexington Cemetery|
Thank you for all your dedicated work in the Lexington Cemetery. A godsend for people looking for family. Thank you so much.
|Anne Rupert||Lexington Cemetery|
Thank you for your work on the Lexington Cemetery. Really helps sort family out and furthers research. Great Job!
Found this in the Lincoln Evening Journal,Lincoln, Tuesday, September 7, 1926, Page 4
Mrs. John Hyder at York Tuesday. YORK, Neb., Sept. 7.—Funeral services were held at the home of W. W. Wycoff Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. John Hyder. fifty-eight, a former York resident whose death occurred at Los Angeles, following an operation. Mrs. Hyder Is survived by a daughter and two sons. Rev. R. L. Lindsay of Crete, preached the funeral sermon. Rev. Mr. Lindsay was pastor of the Congregational church in York when Mr. and Mrs. Hyder were married in the church more than thirty years ago. Mrs. Hyder’s husband, a former engineer for the Burlington, was killed in a railroad accident in 1911.
I Believe the Hyder you are looking for is buried in York with his wife. Find A Grave Memorial# 115493275 and Find A Grave Memorial# 115493292.
Added by ASA on Dec 01, 2014 3:08 PM
|Rebecca Mc||RE: Francis Frinkley|
You are most welcome. I added wife Ava. If you would like to manage I will transfer. Also looked for Herman but Woodlawn says he was not buried there.
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliottt||RE; Suggestion Updates|
Thank you so very much for being prompt in updating several memorials with Plot locations. I was just going through adding plots information in hopes that it will assist volunteers when a list of photo requests are printed out for a cemetery
|Linda Gravette Gentry||Photo Request, John Farra(r)|
Hello, I looked for a grave marker for John but was unable to locate it. I did locate the Farra's in Lot #76 and John should have been in the lot to the right, back. 91 degrees today and humid and had to call it a day. However, I do believe it is in a location that is without markers.
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