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Solomon Alexander (#47182135)
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RE: Ronald David Andrews Memorial
Hello, Solomon:

There's always a chance! Although there were many Andrews families in that area, I don't know nearly all the cousins yet. My branch all descends from Samuel Stillman Andrews, b: 1821 in New Hampshire. We're still looking for his grave. Lemuel, his son, was born 1848 in New Hampshire and died in St. Louis, but was buried there in Sandusky. I know Lemuel's sisters eventually ended up in California and Kansas, and last I'd heard of Lemuel's brother, he was still in Kansas.

Lemuel and Sarah weren't married until its unlikely Densmore would have been their child...but doesn't mean he's not related.

I'm always coming across Andrews in that area though, so I'll certainly keep my eyes open. Densmore is a name I'm certain to remember!

If you have an Ancestry account, I have a public tree there, and my family, at least post Civil-War, is fairly accurate on Family Search as well.

Added by MelissaLowAndHigh on Jan 16, 2017 7:29 AM
Ronald David Andrews Memorial

I'm incredibly new to Find-A-Grave, so I hope I don't commit any atrocious errors...

First, thank you for the lovely memorial. I was very happy to be able to find these gravestones here. I live 3-4 hours away so its very difficult for me to get out there and visit in person.

That being said, Ronald David Andrews and his wife, Addie Lee (Parks) Andrews are my grandparents. I was very close to them, and was their only granddaughter. I would very, very, very much appreciate it if you would transfer their memorials to me? I promise to take good care of them. <3

Ronald's number, should you need it, is 106821827. If you have Addie as well, I'd appreciate her memorial being transferred to me also.

Again, thank you so much for getting them up here.

Added by MelissaLowAndHigh on Jan 11, 2017 11:38 AM
Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)
RE: Memorial # 2882817
He most likely was moved from Fort Des Moines, which is where he died and where his father was stationed at the time. I have sent for his certificate of death.
Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jan 03, 2017 6:28 AM
Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)
RE: Memorial # 2882817
No, no ancestors from Wisconsin. My Richards are originally from Ireland, settling in Southwestern Pa. James Richards was stationed in Des Moines as a Prvt. when he met my grandmother, native of Iowa, Christina Steel. They were married August 2nd, 1930 through the Fort Chaplin, as Christina was pregnant with James Jr. James (infant child) was born in September and died in November of 1930. When my Grandfather finished his service, they moved near his family in Southwestern Pa. They remained there until my father moved his family to Ohio for work. James and Christina soon followed. Both died in Ohio and are buried in Pa.

Infant James sister, my Aunt, was on the phone with me when we found this treasure. We can't thank you enough!!
Kindest Regards, Debra Richards
Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jan 02, 2017 3:59 PM
Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)
Memorial # 2882817
First of all, I wish to extend my deepest gratitude for this picture. This is my Uncle, my father's baby brother who died in infancy. This child's parents moved to Pennsylvania after his father James Edward Richards was released from the Army. I have been searching for this child for nearly 20 years. Had this memorial and photo not been created, I would still be searching.

I am seeking your permission to use this photo of his headstone on my ancestry tree. And thank you so very much for your time and effort you have put into these photos. You will never know how appreciative we are. Kindest Regards, Debra Richards
Added by Debra Richards (Irishgirl... on Jan 02, 2017 2:13 PM
Canfield TS photo
Thank you for taking the Canfield photo as requested. I really appreciate your time and effort on my behalf. The cousin who is helping also sends his thank you as well. Happy Holidays.
Added by Canfield on Dec 28, 2016 1:13 PM
Heather Cottrell
Keokuk National
Thank you for the two photos posted for Keokuk National Cemetery. Your work is always appreciated!

Merry Christmas!

Added by Heather Cottrell on Dec 22, 2016 8:21 PM
Heather Cottrell
Keith S. Clippert
Thank you for this photo.

Added by Heather Cottrell on Nov 21, 2016 7:00 AM
L. R. G.
The only one who can remove your name I is you. As well I have requested this Stanley to be removed because he us not my family. And no... Charles Frederick is not my relation. This Stanley guy screws it all up and it will not allow me to remove him. Someone else added him maybe you.will you please try to remove Stanley? And your self but I don't think you can remove yourself. But you could take Stanley away! Sorry it doesn't allow me to change those 2 things...
Added by L. R. G. on Nov 19, 2016 8:21 AM
Fred Duckett
Thank you for the picture of my mother's brother Fred's grave.
Added by Tricia on Nov 10, 2016 12:24 PM
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