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|Sandy Geisinger DeValcourt||RE: William Hardy|
Yes,I would appreciate that.
|fromthelittlelane||Janes, Joseph memorial # 113792861|
I sent an edit tab addition to birth place, i.e. Iowa and birth date, 1879, both information from GenWeb Mortality Schedule from Grundy Co, IA. The doctor said his age was 1 year, and born in Iowa.
I have not found the parents' dates of arrival in Iowa, but a later census says the number of years married, which would calculate to
1875. 1880 Fed Census lists them with one farm laborer in their household. Censuses were usually taken in the summer. This places the family in Washington Twp, Grundy Co, IA, USA.
They stayed there thru about 1883 or 1884 according to children's information in the IA 1885 Census on another website.
Just thought I would save you some time wondering if I had done my research before sending the edit.
Thank you for all you do here. No, I am not ready to take this family for managing/ there is likely someone else that would like to do that.
|janicet||thank you!|Added by janicet on Dec 06, 2016 12:37 AM
|janicet||Pauline Frederica Weston Booth memorial #59758115|
re: memorial #59758115
Thank you so much for the lovely photos of her burial and her husband's burial. She is my husband's paternal grandmother who he never knew and we don't live nearby to visit the graves. We have just found some additional documentation in his father's papers and I would like to add one more photo but the 5 is maxed out. Since you have added all 3 grave pictures to her husband, could you please remove the last photo of the complete burial site so I can upload one more item? I would really appreciate it.
Added by janicet on Dec 05, 2016 1:48 PM
|Hidden Treasure||Jane Hogg Randall|
You have Jane Hogg Randall listed as married to Alexander C. Randall. They are mother & son not husband & wife. Alexander should be listed as Alexander G. Randall. Jane was married to Clinton Ralph Randall that is buried in Bellevue Cemetery in Ontario, California. Hortense is Jane & Clinton's daughter. Thank you, Teresa Gordon
|connie marks||RE: Clarabelle Goodyear|
thanks for the feedback and I agree with your analysis
|connie marks||RE: Clarabelle Goodyear|
thank your for your thoughts and I agree.
|Bonnie Riemcke Siebel||William P. Siebel & Emma H. Siebel|
William P Siebel (19 Jan 1881 - 6 Dec 1958)
Emma H. Siebel 1891-1980
They were brother and sister, not husband and wife.
Parents were: John E. Siebel, Sr. & Katherine Anna Klein. Please correct. These two were my husband relatives. All buried in St. Marys of Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery, Eagle Center, Black Hawk County, Iowa.
|Shirley||RE: Eula Mae Thomas|
Thanks I didn't notice. Thank for taking all those photos you are wonderful
Added by Shirley on Nov 01, 2016 7:33 PM
|Shirley||Eula Mae Thomas|
I was just wondering why you have added a second photo of headstone?
Added by Shirley on Oct 31, 2016 8:52 PM
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