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RWAL (#47339417)
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I came to FAG while working on my family tree. I am retired now and find this an excellent way to get some outdoor activity, digital photography and database exercise. In the course of this hobby, I hope I can provide additional resources for others research.

I will gladly transfer any non-related (to me) memorial upon request. Please use the EDIT tab to request a transfer.

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kaye charles
RE: amack vs. rhynalds
Thanks for your response. If I remember correctly the last time we were at the Oxford cemetery..the Amack headstone was by the Rhynalds and it took me some time to figure the whole thing out. Thanks. Kaye
Added by kaye charles on Aug 30, 2015 12:59 PM
kaye charles
amack vs. rhynalds
You have William Albert Rhynalds listed as an Amack on Find A Grave. Also his wife Nellie G. Kazebeer Rhynalds and son Homer E. Rhynalds. Two of my father's cousins married two of Wm & Nellie's sons. Claude Rhynalds married Chyrstal Bose and Neal married Luceil Bose. Also two of their daughters married Nissen brothers. Burl Rhynalds married Alfred H "Fred" Nissen and Bernice R. married William J. "Bill" Nissen. Neva J. Nissen Hutt and Judson Dale Nissen are the children of Fred & Burl.
Added by kaye charles on Aug 29, 2015 10:54 AM
Toni Helvey Schlaefli
thanks so much for the transfer and for the work you do on findagrave.. it is greatly appreciated
Added by Toni Helvey Schlaefli on Jul 08, 2015 8:22 PM
Carolyn Russell
Orson Hopkins
Thanks for your permission to use the photo. I am new to this project but I assumed it was a book to be sold at some future date. I will find out for sure. If we do plan to sell the book I will, of course, not use your photo.
Added by Carolyn Russell on May 08, 2015 10:04 PM
Carolyn Russell
Orson Hopkins #61775991
Our Genealogical Society is working on a book of Civil War Vets who once lived in Boone County, Nebraska. I am asking permission to use your photo of Orson's tombstone picture. You will be given credit for it.
Thank you,
Added by Carolyn Russell on May 08, 2015 2:59 PM
kaye charles
andrew clayton "Bud" Bose
Me again...this is my father; husband of Helen Maxine Guessford Bose and related to all the Boses in this cemetery including his parents and grandparents and one son. If you wish I can easily do dad along with the Guessfords and my mother which you just transferred to me. Thank you very much. Kaye
Added by kaye charles on Apr 11, 2015 2:12 PM
T Burt
RE: Cora M Chapman South #68574432
Added by T Burt on Mar 03, 2015 9:13 PM
T Burt
RE: Cora M Chapman South #68574432
no hurry! I'm not related or anything. Just wondering.
Added by T Burt on Mar 02, 2015 8:06 PM
T Burt
Cora M Chapman South #68574432
I noticed the stone photo on her page was that of D W South. Do you happen to have one for her? Thanks for checking. ~T Burt
Added by T Burt on Mar 02, 2015 6:14 PM
Memorial #87759165
The sign for the Bainbridge Cemetery says "Established 1884"; the infant buried here is my grandfather's baby sister, who died in 1876. I wonder if you know anything about the history of this cemetery & how this baby may have come to be buried here? (I have her birth date as 25 February 1875 but do not have definitive proof of that date.)
May I have your permission to copy your photo of her headstone? Thank you for all you do for your fellow genealogists!
Added by EntiatKay on Feb 24, 2015 3:02 PM
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