|dianne smith (#47317030)|
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I'm the Vice President of the North Lyon County Museum.Doing history of the people who lived here and of the town if you can help at all please contact me.|
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|TomDuse||RE: DOC BUSHONG|
Hi Dianne -
No problem on using my picture of Doc's stone. Thanks for checking first! For photo credit, please use my full name - Tom Dusenbury.
Added by TomDuse on May 27, 2014 1:35 PM
|Debra Bowers ||RE: Tryphosa Starks|
|Debra Bowers ||Tryphosa Starks|
Do you have any information on her? Thank you
He had 4 living children who all stayed in the area or in the state. Even is there was no stone there should be a record on file with the cemetery.
If you don't mind I would love to visit your sites, could you send me the conections.
Added by Beverly on May 12, 2014 10:12 AM
|Beverly||Adlaska C. Lamb|
Dianne, If you are in the Americus area, I was wondering if you might help me with a puzzling situation concerning the burial of Adlaska C. Lamb. His obit states that he was buried beside his wife in Fruitland Cemetery, west of Americus. I tried to locate it through Find A Grave, the volunteers in the area stated that his grave could not be found and was not listed in the register. I feel he must be buried there with his only wife, but why would he not be listed or any sign of him.
Adlaska C. Lamb b. 1859 - d. 1926
Ruth Emeline Yeakley Lamb b. 1853 - d. 1915
Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Beverly -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Beverly on May 12, 2014 9:25 AM
Dianne, I see I omitted the last name of Adlaska C. Lamb in the previous post.
Added by Beverly on May 12, 2014 9:14 AM
Dianne, i saw your post on Find A Grave wanting info from families of Lyon Co. If I can help I would be glad to. My Great grandparents were Herman and Emilie Luginsland Proehl and Adlaska C. and Ruth Emeline Yeakley. Many of their families are buried in Lyon Co. My Grandparents were Otho P. and Louise Pauline Proehl Lamb. I presume you have access to the Gilson Clipping Collection in the Library there. I have been collecting info on these 4 families and their branches for many years. I have quite a lot of old pictures also.
Added by Beverly on May 12, 2014 9:12 AM
|Floydene Gillihan||Ora Lee Warstadt|
You have a request in Cross Timbers Cemetery, Cross Timbers, Missouri for a Ora Lee Warstadt.
I have just finished photographing that cemetery and have a Oca L Warstadt 1886 - 1976 husband Fred 1893 -1966.
I suspect that this is your Ora Lee but wanted to check with you before I put the photo on the memorial.
Let me know. Thanks,
You are very welcome. I've made several photo requests, its nice to be able to return the favor. I noticed that two of Leland's brothers are buried near him. If I'd been thinking, I'd have taken those photos too. I'm going to be back over there today, so I'll get their markers too, and get them posted.
Added by David on Mar 30, 2014 9:19 AM
|Jenny Smith||RE: Thomas Perry|
Will mail it out right away. I've held it for about 45 years, wondering who this young man was. I really feel like I know him, because I've pictured him in my head for so long. My father was a POW of the Japs. in WWII, and he would tell me to pray that he wasn't a captive. Anyways, glad to pass it on.
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