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I was born in southwest Iowa and currently live in a suburb of Omaha, Nebraska. Both sides of my family have strong "roots" in Fremont and Page County, Iowa, which is where I've taken the majority of the photos I've added to FindAGrave. Civil War veterans in SW Iowa and the 4th Iowa Cavalry are recent interests.|
Simply taking a picture of a headstone is difficult for me. I use various sources to fill in the dash between the dates. If I've made mistakes feel free to send me corrections, or additions. I know that exact dates and places of birth and death, family relationships, obituaries, burial plots, etc. can be important sources of information. I will add information to any memorial I've created. I am more than willing to transfer memorials if they are not my relatives.
Feel free to retake and upload a headstone photo. Weather, time of day, peonies, etc. sometimes make a headstone photo difficult to read. Contact me if I need to delete my photo. I won't be offended.
Anyone may use any of my headstone photos from Find A Grave for their own family research.
"Footprints in history aren't made sitting down!"
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|Tom Ledoux||Freeman Jones Photo|
Are you related to Amos F Harmer you added his headstone back in 2011.
|Seonaidh Guthrie||Albert Augustus Guthrie|
Sorry I never got back to you . I had visitors . Thanks for all the information . He is my great uncle . I often wondered why he had been buried in Iowa . I just put in the information given to me by my elderly cousin .I will get around to changing it . It makes more sense that he is buried where he died .I am sure there are more that are a bit off .
|Linda Linn||John Cook in Fremont County|
Thank you for taking and posting the gravestone photo for this Civil War Veteran. We appreciate it!
|William D Berry||Capt William Preston Berry|
Find A Grave Memorial# 39407409 Knowing Captain W.P. Berry was mustered in to Comapny C, 10 Iowa Regement in 1859. He organized Company D at Camp Fremont, Iowa City, in August 1861 and embarked for St. Louis the 24th, arriving the 27th, where it was armed, clothed and equipped.
He surely should be included in your cluster of Fremont Civil War Vets
|sophie bourbilleres-showalter||lulu loretta boyd-hume|
thank you very much for the photo of the gravestone for lulu loretta boyd-hume
|sophie bourbilleres-showalter||john hume|
thanks you very much for the photo of the gravestone for john hume
Thank you for the photo of Grace's stone. I appreciate it.
of Napa, CA
|Sue||Obit for D.W. Bell|
Please add this for Dr. Bell. Dr. that brought me into this world in 1933 at Blair, NE.
Thank you, Sue #47326069
Blair Newspapers Jan. 1950 (photo)
Former Blair Doctor Dies
DR. D. W. BELL, AGE 70, WHO WAS BORN IN COUNTY, DIES AT LINCOLN
Ill several months, a former Blair physician, Dr. D. W. Bell, died early Saturday at his home, 2315 J St, Lincoln.
As David Bell, he was born in Washington County in 1880, and lived near Papillion as a young man. After being admitted to medical practice, he served in Omaha, also was once a druggist at Herman.
In Lincoln, where he had lived a number of years, Dr. Bell served as a member of the rating board in the Veterans Administration. He was forced to retire a year ago, however, because of ill health.
Dr. Bell was a veteran of World War I.
Survivors include his widow, Anna M.; two children, Beatrice of Lincoln and Trabor D. Bell of Lubbock, Tex.; three brothers, Fred and Edwin Bell of Papillion and Albert Bell of Monterey, Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs. Cora Pflug of Papillion and Mrs. D. E. Newton of Monterey, Calif.
The funeral was held at the Claire Mortuary, Papillion, at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery, Papillion.
Gravestone in Fairview Cemetery gives birth year--1879, death year—1949
~~~ Obituary courtesy of Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair Public Library at Blair, Nebraska.~~~
Added by Sue on Jun 04, 2016 1:22 PM
It was so nice to meet you at the Sidney Cemetery a couple of weeks ago.
You happen to "own" many of my relatives memorials and have been prompt and gracious to make changes.
Thank you for making F-A-G a pleasant experience. It isn't always.
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