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|I've enjoyed spending time in cemeteries since I was child. This site makes me happy to know that people are always remembering those that have come before us. I enjoy getting exercise and just generally being outdoors via walking the cemeteries. It's also great to help folks find their past through volunteer efforts. I often think of it as my good deed for the day. I generally have no connection to most of the postings I've created. My family are featured under my virtual cemeteries listings. My ancestors had the family names of Baker, Bauer, Creamer, Crisman, Edmond, Elgert, Everhart, Fandrei, Fisbeck, Gebhard, Hinzman, Jones, Kuhn, Kukuck, Millet, Riddle, Ridge, Roscrons, Schoen, Scott, Springer, Shoup, Streich, Von Gro, Wilde, Willert, Wolff. |
Please feel free to contact me if you have corrections, additions or would like a transfer. If you have a family connection, please feel free to contact me. If you are happy with my services as a volunteer, please leave flowers on one of my loved ones files in remembrance. Thanks!
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|Martin Burrell||Betsy and Henry H. Nash|
We greatly thank you for all your labors and for turning over to us the two people who were responcesible for bring the Nash's to Phillips Co. He had been trained as a blacksmith in Mass. where they were both married and had their first child -- Hattie. She later married and her husband became a hardware store operator in Phillipsburg before they moved to Galveston, TX. Shortly after arriving Hattie and at five of their children were killed there in the 08 Sep 1908 Hurricane. You can google it. Up to 11,000 total people lost there lives. Before word had reach them the phone, teleagrath, and electrical power had been cut-off. Next they lost the one bridge into town. The flood waters covered the whole town wave action food waters several feet deep. Then the 145 mph winds flatened much of the town.
FATHER: HENRY H. NASH: Find A Grave# 28639281
MOTHER: BETSY ELLEN NASH: Find A Grave# 28639288
George W Young, born 18 Nov 1844, Illinois
**Harriet [Hattie] M.[Nash] Young, born Oct 1850, Mass.
|RMW||William and Clayton Davis|
Thank you for adding the family links for the Davis family.
Added by RMW on Mar 13, 2014 1:19 PM
Thank you for the transfers & all your contributions to FindaGrave! We will pay your generosity forward. Mary
|Marty & Harley||Augustine|
Thanks for all your help and transfers in the Augustine family…it is so much fun seeing it all come together and other family members are loving it also…Thanks again.
Thank you for the transfer of the Fiddelkes'. Kris.
Added by Kris on Feb 23, 2014 7:01 AM
Thank you very much for taking the photo of my husband's grandma Harlan. My husband attended her funeral, but no one took photos at the cemetery. I will add this to our family tree. Thank again for your hard work.
Thank you for posting pictures of my brothers, Michael Scott and Robert Jay Erickson. I added another for Robert.
I was interested in the Kuhn name as I have the name Kohn in my family lines and Kuhn is another way to spell it.
Do you have any ties to Ohio or West Va?
Added by Shar on Jan 30, 2014 8:04 PM
Thank you so much for transferring the Onnen family to me. I so appreciate it. Thank you also for taking all the pictures and doing such a wonderful job as a volunteer.
Added by Jackie on Jan 25, 2014 7:00 PM
|Marilyn Sanner Keim||Find a Grave Edits|
I didn't know if you knew about this or not:
Here on the profile page and it will say:
Profile - Messages Edits - Contributor Tools - Edit My Profile
That word EDITS has just been added and may have a number by it --click on it and it will bring down what you need to edit or what you have sent to others to edit.
I had one on this morning to edit and I didn't get that request in my e-mail so it looks like you will need to check this edit thing everyday. :(
|James Wolken||Ruby B Ostrander|
wife of Charles E. Ostrander
They've always been in my family
tree as Charles and Roba (Brust)Ostrander. They are my grt. grt. grt. uncle & aunt. Could you chg.
the spelling of the first name please.
and thank you for the great work you do appreciate
the picture as I've never actually seen their stone until your posting.
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