I have been doing genealogy since 2000. I enjoy going to cemeteries as there is so much history in them. Have you ever thought about what is on a tombstone, why it was put on it, what is the meaning behind it-religious, organization, personal?Let me know if any of the memorials are your relatives and I will transfer ownership if I am not related.I will make any corrections needed.
Andrew and Isabella Boultinghouse Storer Would you please transfer them to me? I would like to include bios and pictures. They are my grandparents. Thank you for your consideration and for all you do for FindAGrave. Blessings...
88502670 RE: George N. Dickinson at Cedar Bluff Cemetery. There is a George M. Dickinson memorial #57511653 at the Covert Cemetery, with the same info, same parents, same children. I know that he cannot be buried at two different cemeteries. I am just trying to get everyone in Cedar Bluff hooked with their families. I grew up 1/4 NW of that cemetery and most that are buried there are my ancestors. I use my book that was published in 1978 by the Osborne County Genealogical & Historical Society, family records and double check that info on ancestry. I hope that you can get the two Georges' solved.
Zimmerman Cemetery Zimmerman Cemetery Osborne Co., Kansas. Nancy was it ever called Greenwood Cemetery? I just received two obituaries for John G. Briery out of the Kansas State Historical Society Archives and in one obituary said buried in Greenwood Cemetery Twin Creek, Osborne Co., Kansas. Please see John G. Briery in Find A Grave. Zimmerman Cemetery. Trying to find his daughter Melissa Briery Sellers place of burial. Her husband Thomas Jefferson Sellers died in 1883 a year after Melissa's death. He is buried in Osborne Cemetery. Do you know who the Sexton's are for Zimmerman and Osborne? I need to see if she is buried in either?