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Kathy Burr (#47226369)
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RE: Lucille Duncan
You are welcome! Hope you can find her. :-) A
Added by Amy on Jul 10, 2014 5:54 AM
Darline Duncan
RE: the Lucks in Souleville Cem.
Kathy, E-mail me at I have been working on this line again and may have more for you. Some of the family lines get really complicated.
Added by Darline Duncan on Jul 08, 2014 4:35 PM
Michelle Abramson
Dick Zavgren
I could not find Dick Zavgren's headstone in the stated section. Possibly Dick Zavgren may be Arvid Richard "Dick" Zavgren (Section 11 Lot 25) Memorial #119987981. Just guessing.
Added by Michelle Abramson on Jul 01, 2014 5:42 PM
RE: Houder pics
iam a houder too. more coming, little at a time.thanks
Added by Ann on Jun 25, 2014 1:20 PM
cindi brockman
RE: William Wherry pics
Hello. My pleasure to do so! I to have family buried there. I added the pictures for Margaret. I do have to say, I feel quite awful my shadow's are in the pictures. With full sun and no trees I tried so hard to avoid that :(

Added by cindi brockman on Jun 23, 2014 3:58 PM
RE: Peetz pics
You are very welcome.

Added by SRGF on Jun 11, 2014 6:19 AM
Mary A Kearns Egan
RE: Earl Moore McIntyre
Victoria and Calvin Marriage: 6 April 1892 Loup City, Sherman, Nebraska
Earl Moore McIntyre to Muriel Friend
16 Mar 1918 Newport News, Independent Cities, Virginia, USA
I don't know of any children to this marriage.
Added by Mary A Kearns Egan on Jun 10, 2014 9:40 PM
Mary A Kearns Egan
RE: Earl Moore McIntyre
I meant to tell you. I think it is so wonderful what you are doing to help with the search of family members that have passed. Blessings to you! Keep up the good work.
Added by Mary A Kearns Egan on Jun 10, 2014 7:42 PM
Mary A Kearns Egan
RE: Earl Moore McIntyre
Link for Calvin D. McIntire

Link for Olive Rose McIntire

Link for Calvin and Olive McIntire Daughter
June Miller McIntire

Added by Mary A Kearns Egan on Jun 10, 2014 12:06 PM
Mary A Kearns Egan
RE: Earl Moore McIntyre
Please give me a link to the graves you would like pics of and I can add them.

Earl Moore McIntyre
Earl was born in Custer County, Nebraska, March 22, 1893, Died at Topeka, Kansas, December 23, 1919.
An orphan at the age of 8 months, his mother committed him to the care of her sister Miss Elizabeth Moore of Rockport, Ill. Here he received his education and grew to manhood. The next few years he spent in Nebraska where he filed on homestead in Grant County, and during this time he was a trusted employee and later foreman on the large ranch of Mr. Dan EGAN of Hyannis, Nebraska.
When the call came to join the colors, Earl McIntyre entered Camp Funston for military training in Company "G" 355th Infantry, Oct. 1917, sailed from Camp Stuart Newport News, VA in April, 1918, with Supply Company 4th A.E.F. He was in active service overseas for 17 months. After the signing of the armistice the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Divisions were under marching orders and after a thirty days march reached Coblenz and given quarters on the left bank of the Rhine. The "peace treaty signed" and homeward bound, he received his discharge at Damp dodge, Iowa, in September, 1919. His service pin in over sea colors bears six gold stars. To relatives he spoke with pride of an honorable discharge which he well merited.
During an engagement he was under a heavy gas attack for five hours, which impaired his health in both body and mind and sought relief by taking his life.
Earl McIntyre was married to Miss Muriel Friend at Newport News, Va., March 16, 1918. Their brief married life was very happy. By honesty, integrity and a pleasing personality he was idolized in the home. From the Chapel in Topeka the beautiful and impressive burial service for the dead was conducted by the Rev. Hyatt, Rector of the Episcopal Church. "Lead Kindly Light" and "There will be no Tears in Paradise" were feelingly and sympathetically rendered by the singers. The grey casket was covered with flowers. The remains were accompanied to Litchfield, Neb., by Mrs. Herbert Sharp and Elizabeth Moore. Service was held in the Presbyterian church on Dec. 30. The American Legion assisted and in full uniform acted as pall bearers. The church was decorated with flags and the casket draped with the American flag. Flowers were banked high around the chapel and the mortal remains were laid to rest beside those of his mother, Victoria Moore.

Added by Mary A Kearns Egan on Jun 10, 2014 11:50 AM
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