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|I HAVE BEEN DOING GENEALOGY ABOUT 15 YEARS AND LOVE GOING TO THE CEMETERYS.IF I HAVE ENTERED DIFFERENT FACTS PLEASE E-MAIL ME. SOME OF THE NAMES THAT I RESEARCH, PALMER,BANDY,MALMGREN,WOLGAMOTT,CLUNEY,STANLEY,FARRIS,FERRIS,SCHULTZ,HESS,BITNER|
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Added by Lillie on May 24, 2011 10:14 AM
|Angie Robinson||Howard L. Brown - 25982142|
PFC US ARMY KOREA
|karen christy meeker||Memorial# 26847930|
Please add to Lemon Baker Memorial, bio.
Co.D. Third Iowa Cavalry
Baker, Lemon. Age 21. Residence Benton County, nativity Ohio. Enlisted Feb. 24, 1864.
Mustered March 3, 1864. Mustered out Aug. 9, 1865, Atlanta, Ga.
I am trying to honor the brave men of the Third Iowa Cavalry by getting their info posted.
thanks for your help
|Alva Van Houten ||Bandys in Maple Ridge Cemetery|
I wanted to let you know I have added several photographs to your Bandy memorials and a Bandy memorial in Maple Ridge Cemetery in Peoria County.
I just tried sending you an email this morning, it came back saying: this user does not have a yahoo.com account.
I hope you are able to find out what the problem is
|Janna (Johnson) Zachary||Thank You!|
Thank you for the transfer of my 3rd great grandmother Rebecca Dutton.
I am so grateful that you were able to photograph her stone. I keep intending to find out who owns the land to get a picture.
Thank you again!!!
|The Ferguson Family||Thank You.|
I just wanted to say thanks for transfering my great great uncles memorial site to us!! The photo of his headstone that you took is wonderful.
All the best,
|Clandigger Ann||Merry Christmas|
Wishing you and yours a safe and very Merry Christmas. May your home be filled with the magic and warmeth of this joyous holiday season.
We are not related...at least not that I know at this time...but you never know...I will keep you if I bump in to any during my research...Sorry
|Lillie||John B Foutch|
Thank you so much for photographing the stone. I appreciate that you did it so the stone can be read. I've heard it is a very tall stone.
Added by Lillie on Aug 08, 2008 7:26 PM
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