|Susie Lyman (#46920002)|
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Genealogy and cemeteries are my hobbies,along with scrapbooking. I've done 25 photo albums,some with our ancestors,so I love the hunt for families and their locations. I will go all over Cass and lancaster counties to help find headstones for you. I love the older cemeteries in Cass county. I also will transfer ownership of people I put on find-a-grave,if a family wants to do more editing.|
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|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Sjoquist Sites|
Thanks so much for beautiful photos on above sites. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing their gravesite. Richard
|Jacie||RE: Arthur McCracken|
You are most welcome. Sorry it isn't a better one. I had to dig under a plant to get to it. Maybe after the plant has died off, I will go out and get a better quality picture
Added by Jacie on Apr 15, 2015 6:12 PM
|Dennis Harmsen||Horn Photo|
Thank you for the gravestone photo of Gladys Horn in Lincoln Cemetery.
|Maurine LeBlanc||Charles J Spahnle|
Susie....you came through for me again. There is a lot of appreciation of you!! May your Sunday be blessed.
I am looking for family and it appears that my great uncle Carl H. Sell is one of the pictures under your name I am looking for my Great Grandma Katie Schwarzkopf died in 1951 or 1952 She lived with Carl in Nebraska, Lincoln. Have you come across her name in any of the graves you have seen? Thanks Robin
|Ken Snyder||RE: Karen Lannin|
You're very welcome.
|Paul||Transfer Memorial# 125503715|
I would like to request a transfer to me of the above memorial to update bio and link family members. Thank you! Paul
Added by Paul on Apr 06, 2015 7:18 AM
|Geri Hemp Mercer||RE: Lt. Oscar H. Alexis memorial problem|
Thank you very much. Your work is greatly appreciated!
|Geri Hemp Mercer||Lt. Oscar H. Alexis memorial problem|
Lt. Oscar H. Alexis #127061686 b. 28 July 1920 and was killed in action 25 June 1944, his wife was Maxine Alexis. The photo you posted on the Lt's memorial is for a different Oscar Alexis, (b. 1892, d. 1981, wife Helen). Can you check in the cemetery records for another veteran's marker for Lt. Alexis who died in 1944? Thanks.
|Shirley Pond Albert||Maurice Whitaker|
Thank-you for the grave stone picture of my uncle Maurice. Altho I live in Omaha, I don't get down to Lincoln even tho it isn't far away. So I appreciate your sharing.
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