|K - B (#46576263)|
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Please submit any additions, corrections, biographies, family links or requests for transfer to me under "EDIT" and "SUGGEST A CORRECTION" on the memorial site. Due to email messages going to SPAM or JUNK mail, if you don't use the "EDIT" tab, your request will probably not get processed.|
My interest for genealogy started 30 yrs ago and hasn't waned. The main area of interest is NE Kansas, but has spread elsewhere due to the expansion of family to all parts of the country.
Transfers for memorials outside of FAG's guidelines will be considered, unless they are within my family. Please include your relationship with your request! If relationship is not included, the transfer will not be made. Please use the "EDIT" to make your requests.
Thanks to all the volunteers for finding gravesites and photographing them for me. I am happy to try and do the same. Please feel free to use any of the gravesite photos for your family history.
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would you be able to combine your 30404056 with 19657358? that would be great. thanks
Added by scott r on Sep 14, 2014 1:01 AM
|Janet Roggenkamp||Headstone for John Arthur O'Keeffe|
K - B: I wanted to ask a favor. I need the photo for the headstone for John Arthur O'Keeffe 99663547 removed. It was added by you so I cannot figure out a way to delete it unless you know how. The headstone belongs to John O'Keeffe, brother to Arthur O'Keeffe. They are both buried at Lillis. Everyone thought it was John Arthur O'Keeffe's headstone but the dates don't line up. John and Arthur were both from County Clare as stated on the headstones. John Arthur was from County Cork. I recently received John Arthur wife's obituary, Kate, and it says she is buried at Wheaton so I am assuming John Arthur is as well but I don't have the obituary yet. Thanks for all of your help and let me know if this does not make sense. Janet Roggenkamp
|Janet Thayer Blickle||Edit- suggest a correction|
Finally found my 2nd Gr. Aunt Flora Thayer Clem and her husband. A.J. Clem. Thank you for the photographs of their graves in America City Cemetery. I am hoping that his full name, ANDREW JEFF CLEM, could be added to his memorial.
|Laura Hill||RE: Cox's|
I am so happy to be able to help!
|Mary K. Ward||RE: Henry Bertels # 29800339|
Thanks "K-B"! Please un-link this Henry Bertels # 29800339 from the parents to whom he is linked
Henrich Bartels (1831 - 1911) # 68661012 and Wilhelmenia Herman Bartels (1844 - 1920) # 68659384
You're very welcome Kay! I was out doing a good deed for another so I just did the 3 requests one there.
Best regards my friend!
Added by Sue on Aug 05, 2014 1:50 PM
|Brenda H||Sr. Sebastian Dekat|
Thank you so much for adding my bio to Sr. Sebastian. Truly appreciate it,
Added by Brenda H on Aug 04, 2014 1:05 PM
|Diane||RE: Willie Jones|
Thanks for letting me know - I will fix it! I did this on my ipad and it looks right on it!
Added by Diane on Aug 02, 2014 7:11 AM
|Lynn "Chip" Hendrix Jr||THANK YOU!!!!|
I'm Minnie (Hylton) Smith's greatgrandson. I have been looking everywhere for Isaac and Charity's 11-12 children. I finally got a list that totaled about 16 or more. Thanks to you're article from the paper I can narrow it down so much easier. I've been working on the Hylton genealogy all the way back to John Hilton(Hylton) born in about 1655. My grandmother, Margaret(Smith) Hendrix will be thrilled. She is the daughter of Merton Dale Smith and Minnie Hylton.
Again, thank you so much for all the information you've posted!!!
"Chip" Lynn Wayne Hendrix Jr
Just wanted to leave a note of thanks for you taking the time to compile and publish these photos and records. My wife and I spent the day helping my Father-in-Law visit cemetaries in a general area we knew was right, looking for the grave of his great-grandfather. But we came away disappointed, unable to find the cemetary.
Spent some time searching the internet, came up with this site and found not only the cemetary, location, and interment record, but an actual photo of the stone!
Thank you so much, K - B !!!! You made our day, and he is so excited planning a return visit now that he knows where the site is.
Added by udaman on Jul 20, 2014 7:27 PM
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