|Anita & Pete Lickteig (#46928356)|
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I've been doing my own genealogy since I was 14 years old. I didn't even know that it was important, I was just curious. I search along all lines of my families and my husbands families, I do not do Genealogy research for other people as my own is all consuming. However, when I take photos for others, if I find more stones in the same area with the same last name I will also take photos of those, just in case. I do "Cemetery Hopping" whenever the weather is nice and whenever we take any vacations. Pete helps me too. We will be happy to help with Photos for you from the Olathe area (Olathe Memorial Cemetery is in our backyard), Overland Park, Lenexa, Leawood, Desoto, Eudora, & Gardner areas.|
Any info that we have entered on Findagrave is meant to be shared, we walk cemeteries because we enjoy it. We also are happy to transfer management of memorials if you are a relative & we aren't. Just asked.
Anita & Pete
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|Toots||Leonard Stout 19215789|
Suggest the photo of Rebecca E Stout be removed from Leonard Stout's memorial 19215789. She is his daughter-in-law and the wife of his son Henson Leonard Stout
Henson Leonard Stout, a son of Leonard and Rachel Hoff Stout, was
born January 13 1827 and died April 29 1912. He married (1) Mary Jane Swearingen February 20 1845. He married (2) Rebecca E Wilson June 3 1852 born 1834 and died January 12 1920 . He was residing in Shawnee County, KS by 1876, moved to Osage County, KS where he died. (Find A Grave Memorials: Henson #19215722 Rebecca # 19215920)
Toots A Stout descendant
Added by Toots on Oct 16, 2014 12:30 PM
|JayCee||Mr. and Mrs. Williams|
I have transferred both memorials to you. I am not related to either person but did remember them when they ran the local newspaper. I look forward to seeing more information about them on their memorials.
Added by JayCee on Oct 11, 2013 3:24 PM
|Glenda Barry||RE: Ursuline Cemetery|
I was happy to hear from you. We are just alike, I never make mistakes, either (HA HA!). If I had a nickel for every memorial I mistakenly duplicated, I could (well, I couldn't buy a house), but could probably buy a pizza! We all just do the very best that we can, and when that fails, then we blame the computer, I think that is a good plan. Take care and have a nice day!
|June Rickman Butler||Lickteig|
It is always a pleasure to work with you.
|Thomas & Darlene||Mary Selter #47985606|
Anita & Pete:
Thank you for all you are doing. You sent me a request to remove a photo I put on this memorial for Mary. However I made the memorial and DIDN't put any photo's on it. You got the wrong person. Oops. Easy to do I know.
"I'm sorry if I have used any of your information. I don't know if I have or not. You see, I thought that the purpose of findagrave was to help family members that can't get to the area where the grave is. That is why I post photos there, not for ownership. I will respect your opinion & your rights & I will not use any of your information. Thank you for sharing though, I am sure you help a lot of people. Happy hunting."
I don't have the first clue what this means???
Added by SMG on Nov 26, 2012 3:06 PM
|LBB||Sr Mary Ursula Mertz|
I found a picture of this gravestone that you had taken. In researching my family, I found that a Wilhelmina Mertz was a nun and public school teacher in Wea, Miami County, KS in the 1910 census. She was 30 years old at the time. She was born about 1879. Would you know if Sr Mary Ursula is Wilhelmina?
Added by LBB on Nov 18, 2012 12:22 AM
|robin hixon||st john's cemetery anderson co ks|
started transferring memorials to you. will take some time, and, unfortunately yu will receive over 300 emails from Find A Grave!
|Cameron Disney||Maggie Irene Smothers Lambert|
Thank you very much.....you helped fill in the date of her death with the photo of her headstone.
Thank you for the excellent photos of the Gallagher gravestones at Carbondale Cemetery. I appreciate your thoughtfulness in volunteering to make this happen. Best wishes! --Cliff
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