|emtsuj Sto (#47065154)|
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Hi I am working with Roselawn, if you see any information that need corrected let me know. If you are looking for some one that isn't listed let me know and will see if can find them ---- -------------------Hello from David Stouffer. I was born at my Grandparent's house which would have been about 2 miles north of the Naomi Mennonite cemetery, or about 3 miles south of the Walnut Creek cemetery.My folks,Frank and Pauline Stouffer lived 1/2 south of the Naomi Mennonite cemetery. The farm is still there. I lived on that farm until went to the Army. We would mow and keep up the cemeteries-Walnut Creek, Naomi, and the Excelsior Cemeteries. So would be glad to help any one looking for stones in those cemeteries. There are alot of my relation there. The Kohler's, Hauptli's and Marzolf's.in these three cemeteris.
One can just feel the History when standing beside some of these old stones.
As you can see :: Have a tendancy to sometimes just stop at a small cemetery when I see one, and will photograph and record info from some of the stones in that cemetery. If you come across any entries and have info that you'd like to add to the memorial,transfer or you find an error, etc., please just let me know.
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|Allan||Rev. Mark Smith and Nila Smith|
Thank you for transferring the Rev Mark E. Smith and Nila Smith memorials to me. I appreciate it.
Added by Allan on Jul 23, 2015 2:34 AM
|Rick Hereth||Burial location wrong|
My mother, Sestia May Hereth, had a plaque placed beside her tombstone for her husband, Edward William Hereth,who was lost in action in Korea in 1950. His remains were never found so he was not buried in Roselawn Cemetery. His marker is there but his body is still in Korea. Would you please make the change on his information.
William Richard Hereth
|Sandra Scott||Sabetha Cemetery|
I wonder if I may have your permission to use your grave marker and/or cemetery photos on my family website. Check it out at www.freienmuth-shortridge.com/shortridge/cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
|Jan Tice||Memorial# 67417603|
Adam E Tice.....I find your posting for the above grave. Wondering if this person is in your family, as well as ours. I show him to be the son of John Tice and Ann Stoner, rather than Irvin Daniel Tice. I believe that Irvin and Adam were brothers, rather than father and son, based on the 1850 census. Would love to know where the information came from. Please DO NOT change it on my say-so, I will let you know if I can prove otherwise. Thank you for your help and for your FindaGrave service.
Added by Jan Tice on May 29, 2015 7:04 PM
Thank you again David! The Lowdermilk clan are gathering in cyberspace, with your generous help. Let me know if I can ever be of help.
Added by Chantal on May 08, 2015 7:40 PM
|Chantal||Re: Family Transfer|
Thank you so much for transferring my Lowdermilk relatives in Kansas. I appreciate all the research and photos you add to Find A Grave. You are an excellent example to respect and emulate.
Added by Chantal on Apr 25, 2015 8:32 AM
|Sandra Wincek||Wasyl and Reva Zuravio|
Thank you so much for transferring Wasyl and Reva to me. It is much appreciated1
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Sestia May Kalb Burch|
Dave, Thanks for beautiful photos on above site and memorial stone for her first husband. I think you are right and have listed her as above. Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Rudolph W Shublom Family|
Dave, Thanks so much for beautiful photos on the above sites. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing their gravesites. richard
Thanks for your response. If you could add the photo to my memorial that would be great. I have added the cemetery now. Thanks for the information.
Added by Sunshine on Mar 31, 2015 9:24 PM
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