|Marianne Tierney (#47072659)|
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I am interested in the Tierneys from Chicago and Quebec, The Hicks family from Michigan, The Westbrooks, Van Allsburgs and the Ballous. I am also related to the Heebs in Iowa.|
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|Bobby||RE: Thank you|
so glad to help
Added by Bobby on May 08, 2014 12:49 PM
|minch||picture on my Great Uncle John's grave|
Thank you for the picture u added to John Minch...i live in USA and have not gotten to go to his grave yet. he is burried there in France in an unmarked grave.. Thank you! Susan E. Scott
Added by minch on Oct 30, 2013 8:37 AM
|Terry Holland||John Richardson|
Could you add John Richardson'sphoto?
Looking for Richardson family information. Have a great photo of John Richardson, my great great grandfather.
|Linda West Hume||George Weisel|
According to his obit:
Born 2-18-1827 in Gumbach, Germany
and died 10-17-1915 in Alexandria, Ne.
He married Margaret Nightengale in 1852 and married Anna Boss on 6-5-1879. She died 1-7-1911.
Please add this information to the memorial. Thanks.
|Kevin & Georgetta||RE: Appreciation|
At this cemetery there is a really old section which your family member is in. Many washed out, broken, laying down due to weather. Many stones very hard to read, or completely blank. Your families headstone is toward the front in the old section. Way in the back there are several new stones. When we see a really dirty stone we do try and wipe it off by dusting it. To afraid to use anything on them. Some are so fragile looking. Today I told my husband we need to get a little dust brush to carry with us. It is very sad to see the shape some of the cemeteries are in.
|Kevin & Georgetta||RE: Thank you|
Your very welcome. They do share a main common headstone, with a separate Mother and Father headstone. The Mother stone is to the right (or south), and the Father stone is to the right(or south) of the mother. The main stone that they share with both their names is starting to get difficult to read, but we found a good angle with a 11am sun that showed it clearly.
Hi Marianne, thank you for the links and for making memorials of the Tierney relatives. I am so grateful to have met you!!
Added by Leticia on Nov 27, 2008 2:43 PM
You are so welcome! Glad you'll be able to share the photos with your family tomorrow. Wishing you and yours a joyous Thanksgiving! All the best, Sherry
Added by SherryG on Nov 26, 2008 3:06 PM