|Michael Cremer (#47344640)|
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Part of the Illinois/Nebraska clan that started in York County Pennsylvania (1740's) as Cremer/Cramer, later Somerset County, moved on to Ohio then Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska and finally to all points on the compass. I am one of the many great grandsons of Jeremiah M. Cremer. I'm retired. How else would anyone have time for all this?|
If you find I've made an error, as I'm sure that I have, please let me know so that a correction can be made. I will gladly transfer any Memorial that isn't family or possibly a really close friend. If the latter, just plead your case and if you're 'family' to them, you'll most likely win.
If you wish to use my photographs for non commercial purposes, please do. A simple citation regarding the source would be appreciated. I straighten, crop and play with the contrast & color of my photographs when needed to make them presentable. Photos taken of standing markers at 45-60 degree 'overhead' vantages make me groan a little, since the inscriptions are often difficult to read, send the knees a little?
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|Patricia Tiram||RE: Judith Wood Harrison|
Thank you so much for Judith! I'll take good care of her. I already have info. on her but want to do more. I really enjoy doing the research.
|Sharon Smith||Grace Chambers|
Thanks so much for the gravestone photo for Grace F. Keywood-Chambers & thank you for being a volunteer for Find a Grave.....
|Susan Ing||RE: New Ing Memorials|
Lots of Ing's in Akin. Caption John is the most well known there.
Most of mine are in Brush Prairie Cemetery and of course Campbell Cemetery in Pickneyville. They are probably distant relation from another line in the family. Good size family.
Thanks and the markers are not in bad shape for the age too. Great photos
Thank you so much for the headstone photo's..
Added by Eddieb on Oct 29, 2013 5:32 PM
|Shelly||Morgans in Denning Cemetery|
Back in April you took the time to check out the cemetery for a couple of Morgan family members ... I just wanted to say thank you for your time and effort ... it's very much appreciated. Do you know if there is an office for this cemetery? I'd like to get in touch with someone who takes care of this cemetery.
Added by Shelly on Oct 15, 2013 10:35 AM
That would be great. Thank you.
My number is 46959203
Added by JKK on Sep 21, 2013 8:57 PM
|Russ Teer U.S. ARMY (disabled vet)||Targert|
There is a conflict with Emma's D.O.B. You are saying she was born in 1874 & married in 1888, but her heads stone says born in 1887. I connected the two, but there is something missing here.
|Tammy Brust||RE: Anna Boyd|
I am not directly related to Anna, but she is in my family tree. Almost everyone in Hampton Cemetery is in my tree. I have been trying to document the cemetery and look on ancestry for info on the people buried there. If you want, you can transfer and I will add info as I find it.
|J Michelle P||RE: Barbra H. Williams|
Thanks so much.
Her mothers memorial was created by me:
Lorene Imogene Galbraith Hall
Created by: J Michelle P
Record added: Aug 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 75156025
Her fathers was not created by me but is:
Siegel Ray Hall
Created by: Linda Price
Record added: Nov 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 61236645
Will this work on one or both?
|vbjordan||James R Bynum|
Are you related to this family in any way, if so, how? Thank you.
Added by vbjordan on Aug 11, 2013 3:47 PM
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