|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 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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|JULIAN WALL||Elmira Aldridge Davis|
Thank you for posting that portion of Harrison Talberts diary.
It looks like Elmira died in Nebraska while visiting Eli and Tacy and family. There is not likely a death certificate because the states were not mandated to keep records until 1911.
I have Archibald and Elmira's marriage license, several census and some family history written by the Davis family and her name is spelled Elmira in each case. I'm not sure why it is spelled with an A on her grave but i'm guessing it was a mistake.
My name is Karen Werner Wall and Elmira is my 3rd great grandmother through her daughter Tacy, Tacy's daughter Dora and Dora's daughter Mabel.
|Anonymous||I have 2 Hawthorne bibles, Need your help|
I have 2 Hawthorne bibles that have given me 13 Hawthorne scragglers with no parents. I think you can help me. I have huge documentation on some of them. Some have never been seen on Ancestry. Ive been doing research on them for 8 yrs but I just received the second bible. Ive been reading your research for that long and now I KNOW you can help me.
Can you contact me? firstname.lastname@example.org. My name is Allison. PLEASE. Much thanks, I really hope to hear from you.
|Marilyn Elizabeth||RE: Christina Sea Larsen buried at Holdrege|
Yes. I have her death certificate and know she was born on Dec 21, 1869 and died on Sept 9, 1975 - so almost 106.
|Larry Safarik||Anthony J Prenosil|
Jack, Thank you very much for the pictures that you posted and sponsoring the memorial of my Great Uncle. Thanks! Larry Safarik
|Scott gillespie||perry R Gillespie|
perry gillespie is my great grandfather and ventured to Nebraska with family in the late 1800s. His first born son drowned in a quarry in Minden near his 18th birthday. Perry was never the same after the incident and returned with the family to Bowling green ohio where he is buried. Oak grove Cemetary in wood county
|Hutchinson & Cortright||Abraham Abrahamson|
Thanks very much! Have a Happy Holiday Season! LMH
|Kathy||Paulina Hazen (Chase)Ridlon #120599769|
So you can document & not assume what I sent is correct or not. I found her birth record on ancestry.com
Maine Birth Records, 1621-1922: there was also posted an image of her birth record. The record is a transcription on a Form R-1 "COPY OF AN OLD RECORD OF A BIRTH", that is a certified copy by the Deputy Clerk, Gladys M. Dews. Apparently there is no date when she transcribed the record or I would have posted it in my notes. I hope you can go to ancestry & see for yourself. I hope you will note this on her memorial. According to my Legacy database she is my husband's 2nd Great grand Aunt. Thank you for your time & posting the memorial for us to find. Have a safe & enjoyable week. Take care & God bless.
Added by Kathy on Sep 03, 2015 5:38 AM
|Richard Frey||Thanks for sponsoring memorial|
Thanks for sponsoring the findagrave memorial for Rev. James Frey Jr. Thank you also for posting the portraits of Rev. Frey Jr. and the three others. Even though there is some writing below the pictures of the others, I can' locate them in my Frey Family genealogy. Can you help me in identifying these three people and where they fit in the Frey family.
Thanks, Richard Frey
|Coffeehouse 3||Ned Burchell|
I like the posting of the newspaper article with Ned Burchell. Do you have the date of the newspaper?
|Coffeehouse 3||Maggie Blood|
Thanks, Jack. I'm not sure what sponsored means. Can you explain. Good photos.
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