|HC Hughes (#48010608)|
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Fifth generation Iowan. I enjoy taking time to research the family relationships behind each photo that I capture, using data from public records to add and suggest links and corrections where appropriate.|
If you are related to a person whose memorial I have added, please do not hesitate to request a transfer. I am pleased to have been able to honor your loved one's memory in some small way.
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|Michael J. Page||David W. Hamstreet|
You may already have this information, but just in case you don't, I want to send it along to you regarding:
David W. Hamstreet
b. Apr 11, 1841
d. Mar 20, 1925
bu. Clear Lake Cemetery, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa.
He is an American Civil War veteran.
Wisconsin, Co. I, 16th Infantry; Rank: Private.
Enlisted: Sept. 26, 1861
Discharged: May 21, 1862
Source: Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War; www.suvcw.org/home/records.php?action=view=id=655290.
Maybe you can contact the cemetery to ensure an American flag is placed at his grave marker at appropriate times.
Thank you for the great photo of the stone of Aurdena Emrich.
Added by Sue on Sep 07, 2014 9:43 PM
Thank you for your effort and time taking pictures of the tombstone I requested. I appreciate your help.
Added by Mary on Sep 07, 2014 8:12 PM
I just found the Ankenbauer photos you posted at Sts. Peter and Paul in Cincinnati. Great photos.
Added by Nancy on Aug 31, 2014 12:34 PM
|KEN DOTY BROWN||LOTTIE DAVIS|
I have changed the date to 1878.
Have a good night.
You posted the listing for Mary A. Hughes Holloway, Memorial# 114162388. If we have found the correct Mary Hughes, her maiden was Dull; she married William S. Hughes in 1881 in Augusta Co., VA but he died a few years later. My wife is a Hughes descendant and we are documenting in book form our research on the Hughes. If you are related, would appreciate establishing contact.
Added by wgreene on Aug 23, 2014 9:14 PM
|Johnny James||Thanks for Updating Perry N. Leach|
Just thought I would post a website on more info for this family. Your Lurges is actually Lurches.
Have a good day.
|Johnny James||Error on Perry Leach Obit|
Am a researcher and also a Find-a-Grave contributer (waiting to gather all and do a lump sum). Have been researhing this family as his parents grewup and married as pioneers of where I am originally. Hate to burst your bubble but the born and death dates you have listed no way match what's on the headstone. The dates on the headstone are correct to the data I have (like I said I grew up in that area of Wis.)
What is interesting of Perry is that when he moved from Barron County to Mason City, Iowa before his dad died in 1908 (have not deterined actual year yet) he settled near his aunt Susan (Perry's dad's sister)and uncle Charles Booth.
These latter two came from the town of Pulaski (next to Town of Clyde where Leaches entered WI in 1846) where they lived for several years before moving to the Cerro Gordo County area. My GGparents lived on their land after they moved. Small world.
Anything you want to enlighted me on this family I would appreciate - especially where a Willsiam S. Booth is buried - somewhere in Palo Alto or Cerro Gordo counties (he was the Booth father). No one can find him there (not next to his sons).
Anyhow - good luck.
|Dennis McCarthy||Johanna Moran burial|
You have cited that a Johanna Moran is buried at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Churdan, Greene County, IA. The date of death listed is 27 November 1889. 1880-1992 Iowa County death records indicate Certificate No 765, page 60; GS Film No. 001034209, digital folder 004707872, image no. 00096. I'm not sure what all these numbers reference. What I am trying to verify is that the Johanna Moran buried at St. Patrick's is my 2nd great grandmother who was born in Ireland about 1810 and was last known to live in Greene County in the late 1880's. Is there a headstone present at the cemetery that reflects the name and date of birth/death? I have worked with the Greene County Recorder and Historical Society and they have no record of Johanna Moran's date of death or burial at St. Patrick's. What documentation is available to verify her burial at Churdan? I am greatly interested in any information you can provide. Dennis
|C & N Rasmussen||Pvt. Alexander|
Thanks for the heads-up. I've made the correction. I appreciate your help.
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