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I was born in 1938 in Nebraska, spent four years USMC, lived in California for about 35 years, retired and moved back to Nebraska. Got interested in genealogy in 1995 and have been hooked ever since. If you would like a transfer of a relative, just ask for it - use the "edit" tab and the "Suggest" link to send me your membership number.|
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|Mary Morrell||RE: Harvey Mitchell|
Thank you so much.
|Mary Morrell||RE: Harvey Mitchell|
Not sure if you are getting my messages. Harvey Almond Mitchell, Memorial # 62824707 had this note added to his memorial "Married Maud L(Unknown) Born 1890, who was of Indian decent. They lived in Oklahoma. "
Turns out, this was an entirely different Harvey Mitchell and Harvey Almond Mitchell(my father's brother) never lived in Oklahoma.
He did live in Illinois, South Dakota, Washington, and, of course, Nebraska.
Would appreciate it if this note were removed from the memorial.
|Darlene Kerr||Peter and Emelie Whitwer Headstone|
I would like to use your very clear photo of the headstone for these people in their WikiTree profiles which I have just finished, but would like your permission. I would be happy to give you credit for the photo too. Please let me know. I won't attach without your permission. Thank you also for taking such good photos. Darlene Kerr
|Bryan Anderson||Dan Mock|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th, 89th Division. According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, 89th Division, Dan Mock was a part of this unit. I see from the Find A Grave Memorial# 47356428 (Dan Mock) does not have any kind of military information on it.
Many soldiers from the 89th Division were from Nebraska. So, this could possibly be the Dan Mock I am seeking.
Might you have any information that would confirm whether this Dan Mock was indeed part of this army unit?
I greatly appreciate your help!
|Carole Conrad||lizzie anderson|
pls add rush's grave photo to lizzie. thks her name is there too
|Bjensen||Wesche photos-Immanuel cemetery-Madison|
May I use your photos in my Ancestry.com family tree? Thanks for considering! Bob
Added by Bjensen on Feb 20, 2015 8:24 AM
|L. Burnett||Nellie Harding # 28217044|
Your flower for the memorial---It is good that you said Nellie Losey was married to John H. Harding Dec 22, 1898. However, you said that Nellie Losey was the daughter of George Losey and Mary (unknown). She was a daughter of George W. Losey and his first wife Eliza Alice VanBuskirk. This shows up in a book about the history of Northeastern Nebraska and also in the will of Eliza. There is also a couple of census in Davis County, Iowa that provides this clue. The family also indicates that this is true.
|Shelley Fleming||Charless Wolff IOOF|
Thank you for transferring memorial over.
Greatly appreciate your time and efforts.
|Cindy Fleming||Son Ringer|
Thank you for transferring Son Ringer memorial and keeping him safe. I appreciate the time involved in maintained his memorial. ~Cindy~
|J. Ramey||Blanch Egan|
Ralph, Thank You very much for the transfer. If you would like to transfer her parents, mentioned in her memorial, I would be happy to maintain them. I will send the requests thru Find A Grave. Any chance that you related to William & Mozelle Larsen? If so then we are related. Once again thank you.
Added by J. Ramey on Aug 20, 2014 7:23 AM
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