|Dana Kime (#46497703)|
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I have been researching my family tree since 2000. I was born in Toronto Ohio and lived there until the age of 12. We moved to Oakland California where I attended Junior and Senior High. I was married in 1961 and had 2 children. In 1976 we moved to Grass Valley, California. I am still in that area, but am a widow now.|
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|BobBoston||RE: Annie Kime and Anne Fyler|
You are very welcome,
I has been all a part of Celebrating Volunteerism.
|Bob McLellan||RE: Webb|
Dana, thank you very much for the transfers of Fred & Etta Webb from the Land of Rest Cemetery.
Clementine Deleparatta "Dell" (Dwiggins) Ikehorn is buried in Hanover Cemetery, Licking County, Ohio. I created a memorial for her # 130178669 and her husband, Charles Augustus # 130178540 and took a gravestone photo. Both of their Ohio death certificates state that they are buried in Hanover Cemetery. Just thought you might like to know.
Debbie Richardson Norris # 47064450
|Sharon Felker||Morris Cemetery, # 113768675 and # 113768781|
Find A Grave Memorial# 113768675
Pvt Albion P Morris
Find A Grave Memorial# 113768781
Pvt Alexander Morris
Thank you for posting these two memorials. Could you share with me your source for the Morris Cemetery, Joppa, Massac County, Illinois, USA?
Thank you in advance.
Thanks for making a memorial for my great great grandfather, Josiah Hutchings. I was wondering if you'd be willing to transfer it to me?
Find A Grave Memorial# 110945632
You have "63 yrs; son of William and Mary (Butt) Hutchings" written on it. Was this written on the stone or did you get the information from records? It's correct. I'm just curious.
Added by kerbev on Sep 06, 2016 3:41 PM
|Brenda||Klufts for Massachusetts|
Hello Dana. I've been working on my family tree since 2010 when I lost my father. The Klufts are my mother's family originally from Alsace France who settled in the Massachusetts area around 1890's to work in the textile mills. Their is local history in Thannenkirch that states they were farmers and tailors before immigrating.
Long story short, I am interested in the memorial you own for Jennifer Louise Klufts Drew. She was the niece of Thomas Klufts who immigrated with her uncle and lived with them in Massachusetts per the census records. There are memorials for her cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents that I would like associate with your memorial. While I don't have the burial information for her parents - Louis of Aloise Klufts and Jennifer Placet - I created something so the links can be made to Jennifer. I presume they died or are buried in Alsace as there are no records to show they immigrated anywhere in the U.S.
Can you add these family links to Jennifer Louise Klufts Drew? I'm happy to answer any questions if you are unsure. Was Jennifer Klufts Drew related to your family as well?
Find A Grave Memorial# 168673232 - Louise Klufts (Father)
Find A Grave Memorial# 168673625- Jennifer Placet (mother).
Added by Brenda on Aug 19, 2016 5:57 PM
|Chris Enright Snyder||Edward F. Dyer Find-a-grave|
I took a better picture of the gravestone for EDWARD F. DYER #74236533 in Maplewood Cemetery, Marlborough, Massachusetts.
Could you also include what it says on the stone in the "bio" section:
EDWARD F. DYER
5 MASS. MIL. INF.
Check out the Smith Cemetery, Stouts Mills,
Gilmer County, WV.
|Jan Fenter||Greta Nasholm Berry, 30492721|
I'm doing a photo project at Lincoln Memorial Park mausoleum, Portland, Oregon. I found both Greta and Howard Berry in crypts, side by side. When I did some research on the names, I found memorial pages were already created for them, at Lincoln, by E. Cecil (#46857172), in Feb. 2009. I also found you had created a memorial page for Greta with "Burial Unknown," in Oct. 2008. Since Greta currently has two memorial pages, I thought I'd let you know where she is buried, and maybe you and E. Cecil might resolve the duplicate situation?
Greta: Memorial# 33771727
Howard: Memorial# 33771761
E. Cecil didn't link Greta & Howard as husband and wife.
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