|Carman DM (#46857354)|
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Lee and I were both born in Nebraska and we enjoy the search for family history. Bennett, Wolverton, Train, Tracewell, Matson, Coles, Power, Bebb, Merritt, Rogers, Workman, & Matthias Miller are a few of the family names we research.|
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|Bobbi Harrison||RE: Charles Steven Blair|
Sorry Carmen, I don't have a Charles Steven Blair in my Blair family line.
|Chris||RE: Jason Bennett|
Not that I'm aware of.
Added by Chris on Dec 08, 2016 6:50 PM
|Liz Owens||RE: Austin|
You are welcome!
|Marcella Bstandig||RE: Hunt|
Sorry, I do not have any information on the Hunt family.
|Laura Mattingly||RE: William Bebb|
If he is in the "St Joe" cemetery, then that is actually in Giltner, the eastern part of the "Giltner Cemetery" is the "St Joseph" cemetery and the only St. Joe that I know of in the county. I'll look there next time I'm over that way. You may want to change your cemetery and put in another request.
|Prairie wind & her old salt/usnr||RE: Bailey|
Again I am sorry that I couldn't locate the headstones. I saddens me when I find a cemetery in this condition.
The cemetery is located in Hayes county Nebraska on Avenue 359 just north of Road 732. I hope this helps.
|judy shook||about betty shook|
I am Judy shook betty older girl i just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for doing this i look forward more stuff from you i am looking for more grave i have pictures to put with grave stones too when i get my printer to work and God Bless you all you do
|deanna french||RE: Saunders Co. FAG C.D.Smith|
Your willingness to share is a very kind gesture, and I certainly appreciate it. Thank you so much!
|deanna french||Saunders Co. FAG C.D.Smith|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting places of our "Old Soldiers". I am asking you if I may use the photo of C.D. Smith that you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial page, to post on the Vermont Civil War site, and possibly others you have taken that I haven't discovered yet/ ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would be credited with this.
Thank you for your consideration
|Katherine Merritt Herrington||RE: Doser/Troxel|
My grandfather was born in Madison County, Alabama, His family then moved to Texas.
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