|Nola Marquardt||William Ruez|
The information you submitted does not appear to belong to this man. He was born in 1883 so he would not have been old enough to be naturalized in 1899.
I agree, there must be a marker there somewhere or there used to be a marker. There are a few other Aleshire family members listed without grave marker photos. I will continue to look next time I am in that cemetery.
Added by RickC on Apr 19, 2015 3:30 PM
Wanted to let you know I did check for John,but could not locate him. What I thought might have been John was actually Joe when I was able to actually read the marker. Sorry, but I will recheck again when I am in the area again.
Added by RickC on Apr 18, 2015 9:07 PM
|gennie||RE: Janie Jester|
Hi, thought I had already sent it or posted it? I get so many different names and people sometimes I lose track lol~I KNOW I did do some Jester work as a friend/recently discovered "relative" had been digging for Jester's and I had given her alot of info--guess I assumed she posted it? Maybe to her own pages? Have tried to get ahold of her lately both on here and facebook and reg email and no answer......starting to get worried about her. I will go back and read my notes----PLEASE don't give up--what's that saying "NEVER GIVE UP NEVER GIVE IN?
Added by gennie on Apr 06, 2015 2:14 PM
No, I did not see a family marker. I have another Aleshire marker that is also like the others that I can not read either. I hope to make it back down to the cemetery in the near future and will make a better attempt to read both of these markers to know for sure who they are. Also I'll check for any others that I may have missed the first time. There were a few markers that had the Aleshire name on them and some that just had the first name.
Added by RickC on Apr 04, 2015 7:19 PM
You are very welcome. If the new request for John Aleshire is from you I think I may have it, but I need to verify better. The stone is like some of the others and you can not read the name very well and there are no dates visible. All the Aleshire markers were located next to each other.
Added by RickC on Apr 04, 2015 7:07 PM
You are so welcome for my trying to locate Esther for you. In a few days, I will have the time to upload an edit to you for the GPS coordinates of Row 12, approximately Grave 21. The only trouble is, Row 12 is on both sides of the little cemetery road, so I will just chose one side for the GPS coordinates. You will be able to have an aerial satellite view at least which will be very, very close to her final resting place.
Please note that there is no marker for this grave.
The Sheetenhelms were both buried March 6 2012. Mary Alice died 12/29/2010 and the permit for burial for Charles was 12/2/2011. If you have any questions you can call Ron at Meadowridge 410-796-1144. Ron is the one who researched this and will be able to answer your questions.
Added by LindaP on Jan 22, 2015 2:28 PM
Still looking at W.E. & Charles...
Added by Laura on Jul 22, 2014 10:08 AM
|gennie||RE: Janie Jester|
Sure, I have to get it out of the safe deposit box, as that is where I keep the "OLD" papers etc. I take NO chances with things like this as they are totally irreplaceable, keep telling my self I am going to scan them to disk but seems like all I have done lately is work! I seem to fall asleep as soon as I get 5 min, lol!
No idea if its beyond findagrave or not, aren't we all doing this to help match up long lost relatives to ones from the past?
Added by gennie on Mar 31, 2014 9:19 PM
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