|Lonnie HILLARD Wolgamott (#46834494)|
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My name is Lonnie HILLARD Wolgamott. |
I will happily transfer memorials to relatives of anyone I have listed.
The only exceptions are memorials of those that are directly related to my husband or myself.
I am compiling a genealogical work on descendants of immigrant, Joseph (Wohlgemuth) Wolgamott (1716-1775).
Regarding the above mentioned work...
I am looking for the following persons:
APPLEMAN (Dale L., Cindy, David)
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|CHerr||hillard monument photos|
hi, I've just added photos to the hillards at alder creek cemetery, Oneida co ny . saw your note and thought you'd be interested to know.
Added by CHerr on May 22, 2014 7:11 PM
|Carolyn Troupe Stoll||Troupe|
I was wondering if you are related to Calvin Troupe?
I have been wondering if he had a wife or was single
I see you have Samuel's memorial also was there
anything showing there for for his wife Elizabeth
Tiff Troupe, I have not found anything where she is buried. Do you go to West Cemetery very often?
They are both my great Uncles. My grand father
Was one of their brothers. His name was Harrison
Jake Troupe I was hoping to have your two memorials
to finish putting in what I have on them from what my father told us. Thank you for any help.
|Mary Lou Pfenning||Anderson Cemetery|
Pushed the wrong button. Here is my message. Please check this cemetery for Lagrange County Indiana. If you have anu information for any interred people in this cemetery, we are going to be trying to clean it up. We are specifically trying to find War of 1812 veterans.
|Loren Takle||Re: Lars Takle|
I don't know how my dad related to you, but I thank you for sending him flowers.
Although I have visited him in the past and left REAL Sunflowers, I have never seen either of my brothers(2) or sisters(2) there on the 16th, or even a wilting flower left behind.
For that reason more than any other, I wanted to thank you in words, and not just in spirit.
Thank You Lonnie, for the time you take showing generosity to those sometimes forgotten by their own children.
|Kirk Castleman||Ray Carl Oelze|
According to the 1900 FC, RCO was born in June, 1893 in Denison, Grayson County, Texas. (He is listed as "Odge" in this census)
According to his ML to Lorenza Magdalene Lovan, 18 July 1921 (ref. LDS Family Search), he is age 30, which puts his birth 1890 or 91.
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
|Terry Gosselin||RE: Hillard/Eyk|
She has talked about you many times ~ I know them very well! We first met years ago when my sister and I were doing the Ionia antique show! I used to go on antiquing trips with she & Ed too! She gave me the lowdown on the mystery of that child born out of wedlock to your great grandmother from Manton. That no one seems to know what happened to the child, where he is buried, etc. Drop me an email and we shall see if between the both of us we can determine where this child ended up.
Are you related to the Nan & Ed Eyk that live in Alto Michigan? She was a Hillard too.
|Stroud Morton & Rhonda Causey||John Evans|
Just wondering how you knew my great uncle John Evans of Channelview, Texas
is there a step by step visual directions on how to do this? I am planning a big trip to photograph headstones in Mount Vernon cemetery in Philadelphia Pa. They keep it lock so this is a one shot chance if I can get in there.
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