|Stella L. Obeshaw (#46939614)|
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I don't know about the rest of you, but FAG is a God's send for me. I retired too soon (at age 68) and since I was a certified Genealogist for over 50 years, it is a healthy past-time. (or should I say, "full-time?)
I attempt to record my information correctly, but I'm only human, so if you see a mistake - please email me. It is important to get the information right for future generations.
If you find a relative that I have recorded, Let me know if you have additional information that you would want included or if you are closely related, I am willing to transfer them to you unless they are my direct family and personal friends.
May God keep you safe,
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|Saenger||Parents of Leon Alvin Lande|
Leon Lande's parents were Lars O. Lande and Albertine Lande Folden. Leon was my wife's uncle. I've submitted an edit to that effect.
Added by Saenger on Apr 16, 2015 8:52 PM
|ClevelandBrown||Timothy & Catherine Reagon|
My great grandparents were Ignatius & Mary Murray Reagan(not spelled Reagon). Mary Anna T. was their daughter that was born in 1892 and died in 1910. Catherine was a baby they lost in 1894. There was too may similarities with our family and their history; I wanted to make sure my family tree
comes out correctly. I'm not finished with it but
if you want to take a look its under Reagan/Cleveland. No neither president is a relation
such a shame! Thank you for making it possible to find these distant relatives on Find A Grave.
|Suzan McAllister||Alan Bruce and Emma Lou Engle|
These two, in St. Ignatius Cemetery, are spouses.
|Donna Bixler-Simpson||RE: Eleanor Hufnagel|
Glad to do it. You are most welcome.
|Uwe Jenrich||Anton Hufnagel|
Hello Stella, Thanks a lot for your kind email. Because I know, how important it can be to have a photo of a grave, itís a great pleasure for me that I could help you. Best regards, Uwe
|Barbara LeClaire||Charles "Carl" Litzner|
We have worked together numerous times and I think you are one of the neat people too.
|Marilyn ||RE: Hazel Marie Thomas|
My family and I go to Mackinac Island every year and I always check if their are any photo requests. I feel a little strange running through cemeteries but it is a passion of mine to record history for posterity. So I consider it an honor to have posted that picture of your relative's grave marker. You are very welcome.
Added by Marilyn on Oct 04, 2014 6:42 PM
|Eva Bachman||RE: Elwood Best|
|Chief||RE: 13812730 vs 101667474|
It seems that you and I are not the only ones confused at this time.....(I included you as a courtsey recipient on my response to Robin McIntosh). Robin and I are concurrently in the same situation with two others buried in one or the other of the two cemeterys....I think I am going to transfer my memorial to her and let her work out the solution......I encourage you not to delte yours until it can be resolved...Happy digging...
Added by Chief on Apr 18, 2014 2:35 PM
|Peg||RE: John Simons|
Thanks, Stella. How wonderful to connect with another member of our extended family! Please let me know if you find the records of his burial in Harris Hill. Meanwhile I'll insert a note in the Bio stating that this burial location is a guess, and I'll delete the duplicate memorial.
Thanks again and best wishes! Peg
Added by Peg on Mar 10, 2014 7:44 AM
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