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|Walter Dunn||Elijah McNitt transfer|
I really appreciate the transfer, thank you.
|Jeffrey A. Mayer||RE: Christian LaGrange|
Yes I am. She is my great-grandmother and no she is not next to great-grandpa. He is in the Oakdale cemetery in Davenport, Scott,Iowa, USA.
She is in a cemetery in Dalton, Cook ,Illinois. Not sure of the name of the cemetery. Also I believe she passed in the 60's around 1967. There are two Christian C. LaGrange's and they are both in Oakdale in Davenport. Grandma Anna's husband is the at the bottom of the hill in a family plot with James Allen Jackson and Hannah Elmira Jackson/Baker, also My grandmother's three sisters and her son Robert Livingston/Jackson are ther.
The second Christian C. LaGrange is about mid-way up the hill in the original cemetery I think it is area 1A about center of the entire cemetery and he is buried with his wife Magdalene LaGrange and their son Joseph. He is my Grandfather Christian's Grandfather Christian C.LaGrange. He is one of the four brothers to migrate from New York to Iowa in 1854.
the older Christian LaGrange's Headstone is an obelisk that has been broken by vandalism within the past 10 year. So you will find it laying down. I have been trying to get Oakdale to repair it, but they are wanting a huge amount of money to do anything. So it is going to take a little time to get it repaired.
William LaGrange, the father of my Great-Grandfather and the son of the second Christian LaGrange in the cemetery is buried in the Grinell cemetery in Grinell, Iowa. Again do not remember exact name but I have been there several times to lay flowers.
I hope this helps.
May the Lord Jesus Our Christ bless you, and hope you have a good day.
Jeffrey A. Mayer
|Foxie Anderson Hagerty||your ancestor not sure if you found him yet or not.|
|Foxie Anderson Hagerty||RE: Civil War Vet|
Hi sorry taken me so long to get back to you
have been ill and such and just getting back onto things.
the information I'll bet on your ancestor in Ancestry.com is wrong. somebody has typed in the wrong info. the City of residence would not of been Little Fork. there is no such place if he lived in Little York he would also most probably be buried in the Center Grove Cemetery which is their main cemetery there. Will have to look this up for you give me some time if You have not already found it.
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|Vikki Prudden||RE: Ivy Hill Cemetery, Joseph Leach|
Thank you so much for the transfers and the offer. I would like Catherine Leach Kenyon #150051791, Nettie M. North #82707856, and Joel North #82707475.
Thank you again, and please let me know if you find out any more on the Leach's.
|Have A Heart||RE: Transfer Request|
Sorry, Donna is within my family line, so I will be keeping her memorial
|HC Hughes||RE: Memorial #112828375|
I don't recall where Charles's stone was in relation to George's. I didn't see it this time. I hope to have some time this summer to resurvey the cemetery with a GPS enabled camera; I'll post coordinates when I do.
|HC Hughes||RE: Memorial #112828375|
I checked all sides of the marker, and the only information was the family surname on the western face and George's DOD and age on the northern face. I did not photograph the other sides as there was no additional info there.
I had noticed the other Hudnutt memorials you added, so I also checked the surrounding area for other stones with that surname or first name with no surname and found none. There was one small marker, several yards away from George's marker, that had initials only and no other info; the initials appear to be C.W.H., but it could be possible that the 'C' is actually a 'G' and that this is George's headstone. I have a photo of it if you would like me to send it to you.
One of the cemetery trustees happened to be there when I went, and he confirmed that there are several suspected unmarked burials in that section of the cemetery, but complete records of those burials do not exist. I suspect the other Hudnutt graves may fall in this category.
|Dave & Pam Jindrich||RE: Kirker in Guernsey Cemetery|
Locator, I added John Kirker and need his first wife, Elizabeth. He has a daughter that passed at a young age before 1881. They should all be in the same section. Thanks again, Dave Jindrich
|Dave & Pam Jindrich||Kirker in Guernsey Cemetery|
I'm looking for the internments of John and Elizabeth Kirker; John's second wife, Sarah or Sally Kirker. John's children from the first marriage names Kirker, and Sarah's children from a previous marriage named Hungerford. They should all be in Guernsey Cemetery near Laura Kirker. If you have a little time to verify the information, I'm most appreciative. Thank you, Dave Jindrich
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