|Charles R. Geach (#46889657)|
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"Genealogy without documentation is mythology" Unknown|
"Genealogy with documentation can be mythology" C. R. Geach
Blair-North Fork Cemetery
Briar Hill Cemetery
Devils Den Cemetery
Union Station Cemetery
Wayne Baptist Cemetery
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would you Tranfer# 49503284 Vera Jackson still working on who people are it my husbands great aunt Thank-you
Added by KJ on May 31, 2015 10:21 AM
|KJ||John and Elizabeth Jackson|
Would you transfer my husbands Great Grandparent to me. john#49503405,elizabeth# 49503371 slowly finding out how they are related Thank-you.
Added by KJ on May 30, 2015 10:39 PM
Hi! Thanks for hitting the approve button on your edits. Sure do appreciate it.
Added by JanisG on Dec 31, 2014 6:29 AM
Thanks again, once more. I so appreciate the posts and other information that you have added to these memorials, and now I feel it is an honor to contribute the family history that was handed down to me.
|Lori ||Suggested edits|
Would you please approve the edits I suggested for the memorials listed on the edits tab of your contributor page?
Added by Lori on Oct 19, 2014 5:44 PM
|Dian Babcock ||Louisa Holman obituary|
Louisa Holman was born in Fat?Play, Wisconsin January 31, 1847. At the age of ten, she moved with her parents to New Oregon, Iowa. Here she grew to womanhood and in 1869 was united in marriage to Dr. James McCollum who died February 7, 1896. Mrs. McCollum was a member of the Episcopal Church. Sometime before her death she went to Colorado in the hope that the change of climate might benefit her, but it was too late. The encroachments of consumption rendered all efforts unavailing and she returned to her old Cresco home that she might be among her relatives and friends. She leaves a mother and one brother, both residents of Cresco to mourn her loss.
The funeral was held on Friday afternoon at the M. E. church in charge of the W. R. C. of which she was a member. Rev. Gammons was the officiating clergyman. Interment was in the New Oregon cemetery.
My great grandmother Almeda (Schofield) Clark of Cresco, Iowa collected obituaries of family.
Thank you so much!
Best wishes always.
|Nikita Barlow||Problem re: William & Philip Denman Jr.|
Please note that your entry for William Denman (#18766650), who was born in 1752, and my entry for Philip Denman Jr (#10520091) who was born in 1749, have been wrongly linked as son and father, and the mistake still hasn't been fixed, though I received a message to the contrary.
William & Philip Denman Jr. were only 3 years apart in age, and as they shared the same parents---Philip Denman Sr and the former Sarah Crane, they must have been brothers. William should be linked to Philip Denman Sr, not the entry I created for his namesake son. Part of the problem is that there doesn't seem to be a memorial for the elder Philip.
|Rhonda Snider Lauer||Flory|
Thank you for the transfers!
|Paige A. Pinder||Ladig|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Thelma and William Ladig's memorials and, of course, all your hard work. It's very much appreciated. -Paige
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