|CVal||Edwards/Von Geiger at Ft. Sheridan|
Thanks for getting back to me on that. I'll contact the person who brought it to my attention and ask her if she wants it transferred to her, as he appears to be a family member.
Added by CVal on May 26, 2016 5:34 PM
|RA Look||Amy Lee Whitney Deforest|
Thank you so much for making the additions to Amy's memorial. Your work is appreciated.
Ray A. Look
Added by RA Look on May 23, 2016 8:31 PM
|C. Robertson Duncan||Transfer request|
I am requesting a transfer of memorial number 25468662. This is my first cousin, Walter Brooks.
Thanks for considering!
|Barbara Brow49437||Sarah A Miller Wessling #25150717|
Too many Sarah Wesslings!
The Sarah Miller Wessling on the memorial listed above was the daughter of Martin Miller #25150357 and Mary Stryker #25150358. I have information that shows her middle name begins with "A".
After her first husband George died, she married two more times. The second husband died and she and the third divorced.
While I was looking for additional information on Sarah Miller Wessling, I did find another Sarah Wessling and perhaps she is the one who belongs to the headstone with the 1853-1933 date. This Sarah Wessling was born 26 Jun 1853, to Gerhardt Wessling #30889878 and Wilhelmina Plagge #30889895. They are both buried in North Northbrook Cemetery. She died, unmarried, and the date I found was 24 Sep 1938 - the same as Sarah Miller Wessling. Maybe it should have been 1933 like the headstone? What are the chances they both died on the same date?? Maybe the death records are mixed up?
Don't know if any of this makes sense or is of any help.
Could you please transfer management of Joseph Brandl #25468651 to me he is a grand uncle and I would like to make editionsure to this memorial.
Peter Brandl #48967862
|Barbara Brow49437||Magdalena Fritsch Stahl #47097279|
In the Bio for Magdalena you have indicated that they married the 13 Aug 1824 and immigrated the same day. The marriage date is correct, however I have found their immigration records and it appears that they actually arrived 3 Jun 1846. I'm hoping you can make this correction to her Bio.
Thank you for all the work you have done and continue to do.
|Eliza Brandell||Brandell, Dad and Sister|
Thanks for photos on find a grave.... You've inspired me to contribute and start taking pictures in my area.
|gretchen henry||so sorry, re: northfield|
I kept sending msg. I wasn't ready to send! I'm hoping you can give me the address of the cemetery. My Iletts are buried there & I'd like to ask the cemetery if they can give me the death dates.
|Dorie||Sutton memorial changes|
I made the changes to the Sutton memorials as requested. I did change the date of death for Lillian Fleming Sutton to January 30 (you had suggested Jan 31) because of the newspaper article dated January 30 that stated she had passed away that day (that date was also in the Illinois Death Index). I did post the article on the memorial (and can send you the PDF if you want).
Just wanted to let you know!
Thanks for the information!
Added by Dorie on Apr 10, 2016 8:14 PM
|VTDickson||Mildred Alice Redden Tuttle|
Morgan City has two cemeteries. According to the City Office records Mildred Alice Redden Tuttle #73313066, her husband Eugene Kenneth Tuttle #73312972 and her son Larry Eugene Tuttle #32478508 are all buried in the North Morgan Cemetery and not the South Morgan Cemetery. Also shown on their Find A Grave memorials are their headstones which are located in the North Morgan Cemetery. This happens when people are unaware of the two different cemeteries and the memorials are entered in the wrong cemetery. If I can be of any further help, please let me know.
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