|Lois Frahm (#46808249)|
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|Thanks everyone for any info or correcting me on mistakes I have made. Sometimes there is not much info to go on. Please keep helping me.|
"NOTICE: When you leave me a message: Please tell me what cemetery you are talking about and the FAG # of the person you want me to add or change info on, because I have over 4500 names I have entered and I have NO idea what cemetery to start looking in. Also it would be much better if you used the edit to make changes. Thankyou"
I have read & indexed all of the Blue Hill Leader, 1892-Present; Bladen Enterprise 1892-1926; Lawrence Locomotive 1892-1925 and Red Cloud Chief 1874-1878. These newspapers are all in & around south central, Nebraska. I do lookups. If you find mistakes or corrections please contact me. I use Newspaper Obits, Cemetery records, Funeral Home Records, Church Records and Family for my sources.
I have been working on my family history for over 25 years. Names I am working with are: Baker, Robinson, Stethem, and Grooms.
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|Wayne & Janet Brawner||William Palmer transfer|
Thank you for the transfer of William Palmer.
Thank you Wayne Brawner
|Baxter B. Fite III||Sergeant Ezra Keller Conrad, Co. D, 86th Illinois|
Dear Lois, Thanks for the transfer of the Find A Grave site of Ezra Keller Conrad. I have one a LITTLE work on his site. Many will say TOO much. I say I can't write enough about these veterans of the Civil War. Check out his site if you get the chance. I would love to hear from any family. There must be many photographs of Ezra out there as he lived well into the 1900's. I really believe there are pictures of him in uniform out there somewhere as he survived those hard days in Nashville. If you know of any descendants in the area or ever run across any, I would love to hear from them.
One other thing, Nebraska was settled by many Civil War veterans. At least 53 veterans of the 86th moved to Nebraska after the war and spent their final years there and were laid to rest there. One of them was Joel Thompson Martin, who is also buried in Webster County. Let me know if you ever run across information about him or his family.
Thanks for allowing me the HONOR of working on Ezra's biography. Let me know if you can ever help me learn more about him or his family. Thanks, too, for all you are doing for Find A Grave. It IS and ALWAYS WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!! Thanks, Baxter
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Bruce Laird|
I promise to stop bugging you. Is it possible to post the obit and newspaper article onto findagrave.com?
These obits are extremely difficult to come about and they provide a great deal of the type of information I'm after.
Thank you, I do appreciate it.
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Bruce Laird|
Thank you for your reply, I appreciate it. Is there a separate military marker for Bruce Laird? How did you know he was wounded and in WWI?
Every little bit helps!
Again, thank you.
|Bryan Anderson||Bruce Laird|
You created a posting on Findagrave.com for Bruce Laird. Do you know if he has any military experience or perhaps a military marker? I suspect this person may have served with my paternal grandfather, Gunder Anderson, in Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division.
Any information you could provide would be very helpful.
|Mike Thomas||RE: Charlotte Thomas #12107692|
Yes, Charlotte was a Thomas, but not related to her husband: Her father was a Thomas of German descent. Her husband was a Thomas of Welsh descent.
|A Randolph-Schroeder||Mary Arnoldy|
Thank you for your efforts in locating Ms Arnoldy's marker. I appreciate you work you do. Ms Arnold is part of my children's' grandmothers family. We live in California and there is no way we could do the search. You have a wonderful day.
|Deb Davidson||To Lois|
Thank you for all of your research and sharing!
|Barbara Butcher||Frank HALLER transfer . . .|
Thanks for your quick transfer of Frank HALLER to me this morning. I have updated his memorial page if you want to check it out!! Thanks again for all you do for Find A Grave!! Blessings, Barb
|JSOrorke||Robert and Jennie Perry|
Thanks so much for checking on the Perry stones for me. It's always disappointing to find out they're unmarked, but good to know.
Added by JSOrorke on Nov 26, 2014 3:15 PM
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