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KPS (#47541096)
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Bio Photo I will gladly make transfers that do not belong to my lines. I am also happy to make additions and corrections. I'll try to get to them asap.

Feel free to use the photos that I have submitted or sent to you, in any way you choose, EXCEPT FOR RE-POSTING THEM ON DUPLICATE MEMORIALS ON FIND-A-GRAVE. These instances WILL be reported to the administrators.

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Linda Rhoadarmer
RE: Leonard F. Axtman
There is an obit for Leonard. Go to North Dakota-Ward County-Funeral Obituaries From. When I open it, the obits are from WWW.genealogybuff. There is a long obit on Leonard. There are a number of obits before you get to his. Nicely written. Good Luck. Linda
Added by Linda Rhoadarmer on Jul 09, 2014 7:42 PM
Diane Winters
RE: Leonard Axtman
Thank you so much for letting me know about the passing of this Leonard Axtman. Two of his children are buried in the IOOF cemetery in Monroe and I suspect he is also there, although I'll need to confirm that.

I live near Tucson now, but will see if our relatives that are still in Washington can help.

Thanks again,
Added by Diane Winters on Jul 09, 2014 9:23 AM
Joan Kobernik Hoeft
RE: Thompson
I got these obits from Yakima Valley Genealogical Society, 1901 S 12th Avenue, Union Gap, Yakima Co, WA 98903 - phone (509) 248-1328
Added by Joan Kobernik Hoeft on Jul 08, 2014 11:35 AM
Joan Kobernik Hoeft
I put on Elizabeth's stone (& obit) per your request. I also added her husband Jack. Would you like him transferred to you?
Added by Joan Kobernik Hoeft on Jul 04, 2014 12:14 PM
RE: Hepzibah Coffin
My pleasure, glad to help!
Added by Sunset on Jun 30, 2014 9:54 PM
Connie Clark
RE: Harold Hurrelbrink
You are very welcome, it was our pleasure. I just added some for Mary who is with him and one for Gail who was beside them. Take care, Connie and Wayne
Added by Connie Clark on Jun 30, 2014 2:39 PM
RE: John Byrne
You are welcome. Jo Ann Hunter Gippner
Added by jograndma on Jun 30, 2014 1:53 PM
Sandra Weippert
RE: St. Philip's Cemetery
I have unclaimed Alois Schumacher's photo request as there is no date on the stone as yet. So I feel that this photo should be done at a later date when the date after the date is put on.

John Schumacher 1951-2012 was his wife Magdalen? and children Monte, Twila, and Eric? I have not been able to find his grave site, unless his wife was Magdalen. If so the dates are not on the stone.
Added by Sandra Weippert on Jun 26, 2014 7:30 AM
Dan Kuntz
RE: Saint Philip's - Napoleon
Yes, Barbara was married to Peter Kuntz. Peters grandfather Joseph was my great grandfather.


Dan Kuntz
Added by Dan Kuntz on Jun 25, 2014 11:29 AM
cynthia mullens
RE: Dr. Cyrus Maxwell
Jennifer Selfridge made the Melvina Palmer memorial in 2005. Perhaps it was made off a transcription found elsewhere? Or, on the cemetery master plot list or map?

I make most of my memorials from photographs I take in the cemetery.

Both methods can be fraught with error. I sometimes miss the fact that a woman's name listed on a small ground-level stone is her maiden name, and that she is interred with her husband's family, whose name will be on a big family name stone nearby. In this case, though, I don't believe there was a big Maxwell family name marker.

But, making memorials from a cemetery plot list sometimes only tells you who bought the plot.
Old transcriptions and family lists are sometimes not terribly accurate....nicknames instead of given names. And, sometimes the woman remains known by her maiden name to distinguish her from other family members with the same given name.

Genealogy is hard.

I don't recall seeing Palmers in East Oak, but I was really focused on the photo request list and the names of a few people whom I knew when they were living. Dr. Maxwell's marker was quite memorable. Though the cemetery is large, I think I can remember where it was. I'll swing back by and see if there are others around there I might have missed.
Added by cynthia mullens on Jun 25, 2014 8:16 AM
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