Elmina Jane Leap Hyder nk, I just entered a memorial for my distant aunt Elmina Jane Leap Hyder in the Hyder Cemetery (its located on Rt. 78 in the Franklin District/southwest portion of Marshall County) but then noticed that you have not only a memorial for her (#138960838), but also for her husband (Vincent #138244841) with the burial location as "unknown". I left my memorial for the time being (#160946690) - would you like to move your memorials for them to the cemetery and then I can delete mine?
RE: Cottrell Your welcome. I think I've posted several things for you so I'll take this as an overall thanks for those to come in the future as well .....think I've even posted some recently. When I'm at the cemetery I will take random pics and see if there is a memorial or not. Sometimes there is but not a photo....voila, I merely upload the photo and don't send an email. Thank you for all you do as well Linda
RE: Straus Not sure if you noticed but I added many more Straus names to the cemetery records based on the headstones I found. If they are relatives of yours and you would like me to transfer ownership to you please let me know.
RE: Hyder Photos You are welcome. It was a HOT day, but a good day, for volunteer photos. Also added Anna Roxie Hyder that was on the family stone, and also documented some of the Clark family. DAVE and JOYCE
Mollie W. Berkley, Lexington Cemetary Thank you for all the effort to add info to Mollie's page. How extraordinary for the right name to be married to the right name with the correct death date - to not be the correct person. Glad this Mollie got some extra attention though. Another young mother who passed with their young baby it seems. Sadly seen too many times.
Thank you for you prompt assistance, we were so excited that perhaps we had found our GreatGrandmother, it is helpful for us to know to continue our quest. My paternal great grandparents have been a mystery since I started working on the family history in 1970's. My Grandfather was born in the far west of Nebraska as it was just becoming settled, orphaned at 13 with mother dying when he was six, as the family story goes, then he marries at 32 in a town he wasn't a resident, during WWI.