|Jenean Hamilton (#46846305)|
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I became interested in our family history as a direct result of the avid interest of my mother and oldest sister. My life has become enriched by this desire to know where I came from. Thanks mom and sis!|
I truly enjoy Find A Grave and the Find A Grave community; who is so willing to help other researchers!
I am very willing to add to and correct any of the memorials I manage and will do so as quickly as possible. Please help me out by making suggestions through each memorial's EDIT button. This makes it much easier to locate the correct memorial to make the recommended additions and corrections. It will also make certain that I see the request. Requests made through member page messages can get missed.
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|susie rufener||RE: request|
Will give you the credit. Thanks
|rich||RE: Memorial# 54950895|
Thanks! I made one mistake, but that doesn't affect your changes. Her husband James died in Knox County, Ohio, in 1845. Her SON James and grandson James are the ones buried in Waterman Cemetery. I don't know of a memorial number for her husband, but you can find the son and grandson by searching Waterman Cemetery, O'Brien County, Iowa.
Three James' in a row... makes it a bit confusing. They are my great, great great, and great great great grandfathers. LOL!
Added by rich on Dec 23, 2014 6:58 PM
I believe you misread the tombstone. Her age would be 90 years, 11 months, 19 days. Not the 30 years stated. The style of the 9's admittedly do look somewhat like 3's, especially when the stone wears. My research had put her birth ABOUT 1778, so if the 90y, 11m, 19d is correct that would put her birth sometime in September 1777.
Her husband, James Parks, is supposedly buried in Waterman Cemetery, O'Brien County, Iowa.
I believe her maiden names was Hanes, but am not 1005 certain of that.
Added by rich on Dec 23, 2014 4:41 PM
|Herman Weiland||Zurfluh Plot photos|
Albert and Milton, Greenwood Cem, Monroe, WI. Thanks for those.
|SSG Richard L. Smallwood-Roberts||Find A Grave Memorial# 15856333|
You transferred this memorial to me, so just wanted you to know that this is another one of Maurice Montgomery's screw-ups. He ordered the headstone back in the 90's. The problem is that John Smith is buried in Tennessee, where he died. This grave is for JACOB Smith.... Company E, 33rd Wisconsin Infantry who was from Janesville. Maurice also screwed up when he ordered a headstone for Private Charles A. Brown, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery, Company M. There is a Charles A. Brown buried up by Cpt. Benton in Block 91. That Brown died in 1862. The Charles A. Brown that served in the Civil War didn't enlist until 1864, and is buried in Green Lake.... I am going to remove both headstones... I'll probably put John Smith's in Fulton Cemetery as a cenotaph. Brown's is going to Green Lake. This is why amatuers shouldn't order headstones.
|BillGransee||Whilamine "Minnie" Brandt Gransee|
Jenean, thank you very much for transfering Whilamine Brandt Gransee to me. Have a great weekend. Bill Gransee
|Duane Crabtree||The Sheldon family|
Thank you Jenean for tracking the family down and for all your work with creating records, taking photographs and being willing to transfer owner-ship for the family.
|Cynthia Claytonroberts||RE: Burgi, Block 10, Lot 29|
I am so sorry Jenean. I dug up the old walk-thru papers this morning for Greenwood that Virginia Irwin did ( dated 10 Nov 1994) and between EMERICK and STEARNS in Block 10 she notes:
"BURGI (no individual stones on lot)" ...
Her remarks were not copied to notes on the disc.
I've gone 'n removed Irene Burgi's husband, 'Dr. Driver in Grave 12', from the Photo Request list. Though he died in 1945, DRIVER doesn't appear on Virginia's list next to BURGI. [I am missing pages from Block 10 forward.]
I should be able to request the rest of the ASMUS family that are left (in Block 9) by 10:30 AM Saturday. This Saturday, if my stopwatch was working properly :)
|charles berndt||RE: Edith Zwickey|
Hello and thanks for the reply. I am very familiar with the Zwickey,Streeck,and Steindorf families around the Green and Rock county area as my grandfathers were Streeck and Steindorf and Earl Zwickey was my step grandfather as his first wife and my real grandmothers (Edith Steindorf Streeck Zwickey) first husband both died young and Edith married Earl later on in life. I am also familiar with the Berndt and Flemming families around the Lake Geneva area and I have been working on all of their grave sites before I join them !! Ha! Ha! Chuck Berndt Mchenry Illinois email@example.com
THANK YOU for taking the time to help me.
Added by Pat on Dec 04, 2014 2:30 AM
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