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NOTE ON PHOTOS: Any of the photos that I have uploaded may be used and copied as long as original credit is given.
Incorrect photo placement The photos that you have placed on #98370622 do not belong to Carl L. Anderson, but to Earl Melvin Anderson who is in the columbarium (Col4, Row 58, Site D). Please remove your photos and attach them to the right veteran. Thank you.
RE: Weyrich Rudisill #124309839 Thank you so much for your quick reply! We have had the contributions of a Certified Genealogist on many of the Rudisill profiles this year, and if you check this link to Weyrich's WikiTree profile, you will see there have been good changes, better documentation, and the middle name of "Norrente" is proved to be not his middle name. Thank you for keeping up the Find a Grave for Weyrich, my 5th great grandfather, and many other of my ancestors! best regards, April Dauenhauer PS Yes, it is marvelous to find connections across the eras to relatives past and present. warmest regards, April
Weyrich Rudisill #124309839 I cannot find any source that has "Norrente" as part of the name for Weyrich Rudisill. In fact, the only place on the Internet found with the name Norrente is in the name of Weyrich Rudisill. Can you tell me how he got such a unique name, and where is the source, please? He is my 5th great-grandfather. Thank you, April Dauenhauer
Eggers >> Do any of your Eggers have Pennsylvania connections?
In general, I believe the Eggers may have immigrated from Prussia/Germany in the 1840s but I have a note (with no sourcing info) that a Frederick John Charles EGGERS may have arrived at the port of Philadelphia around 1843. This person married on 08 Jun 1843 in Cole County, Missouri to a Julianna Christiana LOESCH. Other than that, my awareness of EGGERS pertains to Cole County, Missouri and Garfield County, Oklahoma
Thea Humberstad, 74328824 Regarding Thea Humberstad, 74328824 (and her husband, Carl), may I ask how you know they are buried here if there are no dates, locations, biographies, links, or photo given? I don't mean any rudeness, I'm just curious. (I've seen Carl's funeral program, so I do know that this IS the right cemetery--just curious how you knew!) :-) I have sent several edits for Carl.
Richard Hickman - FAG 73799220 Dear Ladydragon: I am working on tracing my Family tree and I was wondering if you knew if Richard Hickman (Find A Grave 73979220) is possibly a Husband of the late Serena Marie Lough Hickman (Find A Grave 113570754). Please advise me.