|Rose Marie Brown (#46636833)|
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I was born and raised in Minden, NE, haved lived in Omaha, NE since 1974. I am doing my family genealogy for Albers-Bloomfield-Conyers-Gartner-Kuhn/Kuehn/Keen-Mathers-Nuss-Sasse and all their descendants. I have been working on genealogy for about 40 years and still feel I have only scratched the surface.|
I love exploring and photographing cemeteries, not only for myself but for you who are also searching.
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|deanna french||Harrison County photo's|
Good afternoon, I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our Civil War soldiers who had ties to Vermont. William Eaton and James N. Young are two such soldiers, who you have contributed photo's to for their memorial pages. May I use these photo's to post on the Vermont Civil War site/ ( www.vermontcivilwar.org) You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
this was information from cemetery cards. no knowledge of how anyone is related. Could there be more than one h. Conyers? Original entry was by someone else then transferred to me.
|Dona (Carr) Mooring||Morris Tombstone Photo|
I've sent a message to Find A Grave to merge the two memorials. Hopefully they will be able to move your photo. Find A Grave always defaults to the one that has the oldest date, this is the one that doesn't have the photo on it. I'll keep my eye out to see if Find A Grave moves the photo, if they don't I'll ask again to have you move your photo.
Your Sister in Christ,
Dona Carr Mooring
|Dona (Carr) Mooring||Ellen Maren Jacobsen Morris|
Will you please post your tombstone photo from Ellen Maren Jacobsen Morris Find A Grave 100790710 to her husband Eldon George Morris Find A Grave 70129604?
Thank you so much,
Your Sister in Christ,
Dona Carr Mooring
|Thomas Erbes||Morris McGeogh (58524946)|
In the rear of the Collins Cemetery in Willow Lake is the Catholic Cemetery (St. James Catholic Cemetery). I took photos of Morris McGeough in this part of the cemetery and added them to Find a Grave. Now I noticed that they are already in the Collins Cemetery. Let me know how you would like to manage Morris, from the Collins or the St. James site?
Go to http://www.clarksd.com/cemeteries/stjamescemetery.htm
|Knud Larsen||Meltine or rather Mettine Dybbro memorial and headstone|
Thanks for the photo :-) A bit sad that the family didn't get her birth name right on the headstone, but it's easy to understand why: She probably wasn't called anything else than 'Tina'. But in her birth record her given name was Mettine, a variation of the rather common girl's name 'Mette'.
The surname was Dybroe in the record. In the censuses Dybro was preferred. But as there weren't any strict rules for spelling names those days, Dybbro would be perfectly allright.
|vbr||RE: Infant Boller|
Do you know who the baby was buried with? I took picture of other side of marker but deleted it by accident. I could prob figure it out if you needed the info.
Added by vbr on Jul 04, 2015 8:07 PM
|Bob Bellamy||Elizabeth Robb Memorial|
Another researcher contacted me to inform of duplicate entries for Elizabeth (Bellamy) Robb. (I added one in 2013 not knowing of the on you added in 2010.) We could just delete one or the other or try to merge the information somehow. The one I entered has various links for siblings too, however, so there would be some work involved if you wanted to update your record. (Elizabeth is a distant aunt of mind so I had more information than usual for her.) Compare memorial 114661799 vs. 55877756 and let me know what you think. Thanks, Bob Bellamy
|CPOBacon||Newmansville Cemetery Photo Requests|
I spent the afternoon today out at the Newmansville Cemetery. Sorry I wasn't able to find your requests. There are many markers that have been damaged and worn beyond recognition and some that are partially buried which leads me to believe there are many buried there. I spoke with the lady that runs the bait shop there, the only business and one of only a handful of residents there. Once upon a time that was a thriving community, but as many of our rural towns have done, there isn't much of it left anymore. I wish I could have been of more help to you as I know how important it is to some of us researching our roots. Darrel
Added by CPOBacon on Apr 22, 2015 9:59 PM
My name is Judy Sigwarth and I'm wondering if the memorial for Anna S. Dorothea Schwartz (Andersen) 1884-1961 in the Hildreth, Franklin County, NE Cemetery could possibly be my grandmother's sister. I left a flower tribute that I can delete if needed. Do you know if Anna was adopted? If so, who were her adoptive parents? Thank you for any help you can give me.
Added by JKHS on Feb 22, 2015 11:21 AM
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