|Phyllis Meyer (#47083260)|
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Almost every genealogist sooner or later ends up looking for their ancestors in a cemetery because a great deal of information can be found there. If the listings and photos I've posted at Find A Grave has helped you send me an email or leave a message.|
Transfers, family links must be done thru the proper edit, suggest a correction tab others will be ignored. A transfer is not necessary for family links or bio additions.
Family surnames include Bull,Beasor,Kreitzbender,Meyer,Meyers,Mauerman,Randall,Davis and so many more
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|waynesa98||Reuben G Smith 1790-1866|
so I've proved a 2nd marraige Lydia Remmington died 1830, and Perris shows up 1850. 1865 lists reuben 2 marriages, perris 1. makes henrietta and enos perris's. Perris was born saratoga ny abt 1795 have some work to do but we'll find her. Reuben is a direct acestor to me. I flow through the buels. interesting tid bit buel r and brother jasper grew up on the farm next door to the last revolutioary war survivor. Should you have any info please contact me.
|BluMoKitty||Judith Dodge Peabody|
Thank You for your help with updating Judith's memorial it is appreciated, Happy Holidays Blumokitty
How the heck could Esther Drake (buried at Sibley Cemetery) live to be 128 years old (1833-1961)?!
Added by Sean Lux on Nov 20, 2014 5:23 PM
|Frederick Sieber||Lila Evans Clark|
I added your death date, and reexamined my sources on her birth date, and decided to change it to 1866. Gory details are on maney tree at ancestry.com.
|dawn mccutchan||Patrick Clancy|
Thank you for photographing my great grand uncles headstone. I appreciate all your efforts and time that you spend documenting old graves. It helps me in my search for my relatives and verifies the dates I have aquired through my research. Again thank you for all you do for all of us.
|M Newton||Remington memorial|
Thank you for the prompt response in adding marriage updates to the Remington memorials. Dedicated volunteers like you have made my family genealogy research much easier and I appreciate your hard work very much.
Added by M Newton on Nov 08, 2014 9:58 AM
Are Mark, Dennis, and Eileen Lux at Fairview Cemetery the children of Clyde and Irene Lux?
Added by Sean Lux on Nov 06, 2014 9:15 PM
|Danielle Calhoun||Henry Hauber - Wales Hollow|
Hi there -
Do you know if Henry's second wife Victoria was also buried in that cemetery? Victoria was my great grandmother. It was her second marriage also. She and Henry lived in South Wales.
|scotdeerie||RE: John M Jones|
True, the other person made the duplicate memorial but it contains more personal info such as place of birth and spouse name/memorial. It would be nice if that one could stay or if you would ask permission to transfer their info to your memorial for future researchers. Perhaps they are a relative? Thx.
Are the Lux' s buried in the United German and French cemetery related to Nicholas Lux (1850-1918)? If so, how are they related?
Added by Sean Lux on Nov 03, 2014 7:40 AM
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