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Hultquist, Jack (#47227663)
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Please CLICK on the 330 PHOTOS for more history and information about the people. After reading the caption CLICK on the photo again, and then slowly again to enlarge. Then click on F11 for a full screen view.

The 330 photos include everybody I have worked with including people I can not enter data on but have attached a photo and a little family data is entered in the CAPTION.

I maintain approximately 120 Memorial sites mentioned to the right. Since on other sites somebody else put a photo of the grave they are maintaining the site even though they do not even know the family and my information is limited to a few lines attached to a photo(s) I have entered.

Families related to me that I am presently researching are:
1713 - 1936 HAWTHORNE

Ca 1820 - 1900 DURBIN, McVAY, ULREY, and Richardson of the Wapello and Jefferson Co., Iowa, area

Ca 1820 - 1870 REID, REED, LIVELY, and Tilson of the Washington and Smyth Co. VA area

Ca 1875 - 1930 SRB and SKALA of Dodge Co., Nebraska

Ca 1875 - 1930 SABATA, COUFAL, and ZAK of Butler Co., Nebraska

Other families I am researching:
Ca 1780 - 1820 ANNAN of Lancaster Co., PA
Ca 1800 - 1830 EVANS of Washington Co., VA
Ca 1800 - 1830 Stewart / Stuart of Butler Co., OH

Non-related families that I have interesting data about:
1850s David Ralston/Rolston in Ohio - 1853 Christmas Letter
1850 - 1880 Talbert of Shelby Co., Indiana
1880 - 1900 Stewart of Hamilton / Clay Co., Nebraska
1880s Willhoite, Landon, Shannon and Dunn from Connecticut, Illinois, and Pierson, IA area - photos

My specialty
MY HAWTHORNE FAMILY RESEARCH 1713 - 1936
Since the 1960s I have been interested in the history of the Hawthorne family. During the 1970s I cassette recorded some of the history of my grandmother Effie Hawthorne Talbert Hultquist, and my great Aunt Blanche Hawthorne Slife and her husband Sewell. My serious Hathorn (Hawthorne) research began in 1979, including at Salt Lake City. In 1981 I did Hawthorne genealogical research in the Ottumwa, Iowa area.




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Rita (morris)Darnall
Jimmie Morris
Jack,
I just resently found this site. So was looking to see if my Uncle and family were on here. I found your post about Jimmy. Dale was my Dad's (Lowell) brother. It's been years since I've visited their graves. Thank You for your posting.
I remember vivdly when we found out the news. We had been gone and came home and saw it on tv.
Rita Morris Darnall
Added by Rita (morris)Darnall on May 26, 2014 7:19 PM
Praterclan
Verna Fye Durbin
Her first name was Della.
You can find her listed as Della V Fye on the 1895 Iowa census. She is listed as 17 years old, born in Keokuk Co. Residence in 1895 is listed as Ollie;Jackson, Keokuk, Iowa.

Added by Praterclan on May 22, 2014 5:50 PM
J Baldwin
Lavinah Floyd 77791380
You have a picture of her tombstone which states that she is a wife of someone. In front there is a much smaller stone with the name William M Winslow 1873-1878, you said you didn't know if related. William Floyd and his wife moved west from Ohio. A daughter Hannah S. married Ezra Winslow and had according to the 1900 census 5 children and only 2 alive. I would guess that might be the relationship to Lavinah as a grandchild. Oh was there another name on that tall stone opposite Lavinah?
Added by J Baldwin on Apr 25, 2014 9:24 AM
Joyce Worthington Brewer
Margaret Radenbough
I am interested in contacting the sexton of the Greenwood cemetery and wondering If someone might know who this is and have a phone number or e-mail address that I can get in contact with this person.
I see Henry & Margaret Radenbough stone present but unable to see any reading on it. Also this person should have a record of the cemetery as to who is buried and date of death etc.
Need to find the actual death date so I can find her obituary in a newspaper there. I live in Illinois so. Its not possible to drive there.Thanks so much -even if you can help a little.
brewerjoy@comcast.net
Added by Joyce Worthington Brewer on Mar 31, 2014 3:09 PM
Michael Revels
Slater
Gertie Davis you have also and her husban Henry Davis. His full name was John Henry Davis
Gertie Find A Grave 54570144
Her Parents was Joseph A Slater and mother was Sarah F. Wright Slater
Added by Michael Revels on Mar 09, 2014 11:27 AM
Michael Revels
Slater Family
Hello Jack, May you please add the Links together for Joseph A Slater to his Parents and his Wife?

Joseph A Slater 54577331
His Father Israel Slater 126104311
His Mother Rebecca Shearer Slater 125838198
His Wife Sarah Wright Slater 54577342

His Wife Maiden name Is Wright
They got married 15 Nov 1877 in Marysville, Wapello County, Iowa
They had 4 children togetherOldest three died as infants. The Youngest was Gertie May Slater Davis She is also buried at the Same Cemetery as Joseph and Sarah
Added by Michael Revels on Mar 09, 2014 11:22 AM
Anonymous
Nettie and Abe Stull
Jack, its been awhile since we've communicated. I'm planning on making a trip to the area and I wondered if you could give me directions to the cemetery and the general location of their graves and also Cora and Paul Walker. I'm not sure there is anyone in the area that remembers them so would like to pay my respects. Are you allowed to leave flowers? Also would like to get obits for them. Where might I be able to find them? I just noticed all the families you are connected to and I saw Ulery. Cora and Nettie's grandmother was Lydia Ulery Liveringhouse.
Her branch of the Ulery's came from Indiana. Hope all is well in you area.
Karen from Missouri
Added by Anonymous on Aug 21, 2013 2:18 PM
Harp Hauler
John R. McComb
Hi,

Thanks for the transfer of John R. McComb's memorial. That wasn't expected! Thank you also for creating the memorial originally. What led you to do it in the first place?

Thanks again!

Lou Hurst, Lincoln, NE
Added by Harp Hauler on Jul 15, 2013 7:44 PM
Delores W. Roe
Mary A. Forrest Lively
Hello Jack,
Just saw your message
Thank you for adding the information for Mary.
Perhaps all the information you have added will be beneficial to other researchers, or family members.

Working together is the goal of all of us on Find A Grave.

regards,

Delores
Added by Delores W. Roe on Feb 21, 2013 12:01 AM
Barry L. Seitz
RE: David S. Hawthorn's tombstone
You're welcome. I have spent quite a bit of time in this cemetery and never noticed the stones before. They were very recently cleaned and reset. It's possible that they have been in storage, I suppose.

Barry
Added by Barry L. Seitz on Dec 17, 2012 3:30 PM
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