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|D L Melville||photo request|
thanks for your efforts, much appreciated
|Cindy H||Darleen Sickert|
Thank You for the lovely photo of Darleen & her parents.
You take nice photos.
Added by Cindy H on Oct 18, 2014 2:00 AM
|Carol||Smith Hunt & Wife|
Thank you for the photo and your time. Greatly appreciated.
Added by Carol on Oct 17, 2014 9:34 PM
Thanks for posting the photo for Henry Gutches. I wish we could find a regiment for him!
|Mary Eick||Ray Maloy|
Thank you so much for your Find A Grave assistance. Now I can link away. Mary
|Carolyn Andrighetti||John Conrad|
Thank you so much for adding the photo to John's memorial. To see his headstone means a great deal to me, since I have been researching him off and on since about 1986.
|Ozarkcheryl||Paul Albert Lang|
The Lang family is deeply appreciative of this transfer, thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|Linda Linn||Meyerhoff photo|
Thanks so much for taking and posting the photo for Civil War veteran, Christian Meyerhoff. We appreciate it.
|R & J Black & G Key||Proudfoot|
Thank you for the kind transfer. All your time and contributions are very much appreciated.
|Karen Allen Rink||Horace Nelson Hovey|
Horace Hovey is my great great grandfather.
I have just added him and his wife's memorial in the Hiawatha Cemetery, Hiawatha, Kansas. I then connected him to his parents.
I will be adding photos. I also have their obits.
Located this obit for Elias S. Hovey at the Hiawatha Library, thought it would be of interest to you.
THE BROWN COUNTY WORLD, HIAWATHA, KANSAS dated Friday, January 7, 1898
Elias S. Hovey was born in Brookfield, Vermont, October 4, 1823 and died January 2, 1898 at the home of his son, H.N. Hovey, two and one-half miles north west of Hiawatha. Mr. Hovey was converted at the age of 13 and united with the Baptist church of which he was a member to his death. He leave three children to mourn his loss. His wife and two children proceeded him to the land of rest. The funeral services were held from the home of H.N. Hovey by Rev. Honsteadt. The remains were taken to Cedar Falls, Iowa.
DO you know of the Bio located in the "History of Butler and Bremer Counties, Iowa; pub in 1883 for Elias ? If you would like it sent to you, let me know.
IF I can be of further assistance on H.N. please let me know.
Karen Allen Rink
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