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Judith (#47085757)
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Bio Photo Exploring my extended family tree is a work in progress. I offer information to all who are lovingly curious; to those who want to know more of the interesting story of our imperfect lives. You are welcome to copy and post any of my photographs or written information onto your family trees or websites. It is my intention to share the treasures I've uncovered in grateful recognition to those who have helped me, as well. If you find a close relative amongst the memorials I have established or those that I manage, please inquire about a transfer if you wish to take on that honor.
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James Jacobsen
Frank Hartman
I am a mercenary historian working here in Iowa.
I am finalizing a history of 923 Main (a building that was built in 1917 by FH and which housed his monument company) and this covers Frank Hartman in whom you have had an interest-the part one document will minimally be shared with Dorrie at the library-my main point is that Hartman's wealth came from a broader successful business and not from the Spanish Flu period alone.
Added by James Jacobsen on May 16, 2016 4:16 PM
Eliza Jane Phillips Anderson Camp
I've read the writeup for Eliza Camp and it's quite extensive, nice job, except the marriage dates are incorrect.
There is one problem, Eliza Jane Phillips Anderson Camp died March 20, 1927 and was never buried in this cemetery. The memorial wall lists Eliza Whitcomb Camp born 1836 and died 1912, obviously the wrong Eliza Camp. The subject Eliza J. Camp was cremated at Hollywood Crematory (Now Hollywood Forever Crematory) March 22, 1927 and the ashes were removed May 15, 1927.
How can this be corrected?

Larry Harden
Added by LEH on Mar 04, 2016 9:54 PM
Eliza Jane Phillips Anderson Camp
Added by LEH on Mar 04, 2016 9:37 PM
Albert Evans "Kelly"
I would gladly turn this over girl We are related to his wife it's my husbands Aunt. My husband remembers they used to call him Kelly I believe. Also my husband said that he used to hang out with Bill and Al Unser when they raced Pikes Peak until the Unsers moved to he believes Mexico and then Albert and Virginia moed to California. I will turn his over to you

Do you have Larry and Lynns Addresses? We visited them when we went to California before Lynn sold his home and moved to his sons house.

her is my email address for any family information Thanks so much!
Added by SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS on Dec 17, 2015 9:22 AM
William Kelly Evans
Sorry this too k so long. I was out of town.
Added by Grothmann on Dec 14, 2015 9:46 PM
D. Lynch
Mary Frances Lucas Davidson
My pleasure!


Don Lynch
Added by D. Lynch on Dec 11, 2015 10:52 PM
Kay Baldwin
RE: Transfers Completed
Transfers completed! Please check to see if any other of the Evans Family at the Glenwood Cemetery belong to your family! Thank you,
Added by Kay Baldwin on Dec 10, 2015 2:32 AM
Kay Baldwin
Transfers Completed
I have completed the transfer of Eunice & William Evans.

Kay Baldwin
Added by Kay Baldwin on Dec 09, 2015 9:34 PM
Vincent Nardi
family tree - Wettengel
Hi Judith,

I'm working on my wifes side of the family tree, Arps. I was wondering if you had more on this branch that you could share with me.

Thank, Vince
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Added by Vincent Nardi on Oct 24, 2015 6:39 PM
Daniel Kaiser
Paul Harding
Dear Judith,

I wanted first of all to thank you for the photos of Paul Harding and his parents, Frank and Ida Harding, that I am borrowing from your findagrave posts. I author an occasional blog about Grinnell history, and am presently completing one devoted to the discovery of the baby who became Paul Somers Harding. I hope to post it soon, and, if you are interested. you can find it at

In that connection, I located the citation for Paul's obituary which you quote from an undated newspaper clipping found among Ida's possessions: the obituary appeared in the Grinnell Herald, 23 Sep 1921, p. 1. Newspaper accounts of the discovery of the baby appeared in the Grinnell Herald 29 Aug 1911, p. 1 and in the Grinnell Register 28 Aug 1911.

Thank you, and best wishes.
Added by Daniel Kaiser on Sep 25, 2015 7:19 AM
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