|Amelia Christy (#46861625)|
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I'm having a love affair with the past!|
I love the civil war, Ireland, family, history, genealogy, cemeteries, and being with those that I love!
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
A proud member of One Foot In The Grave.
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|MWarner||Please read Edit Updates|
Please read your edit updates
Added by MWarner on Oct 22, 2014 6:50 PM
|Esther Eustaquio||margaret gaston Clayton|
Oops, we have two memorial for the same person which shall I use. I assume the one with the headstone.
20394535 and 20394588 thanks
|Tracy Terry||Molander transfer|
Thank you for the transfer!
|Terri Johnson||Mary Hazelbaker Cooper|
Thank you for the transfer.
|April Lynn Wood James||transfer|
Thank you BUNCHES
|Tracy Terry||Molanders in Cherry Valley Cemetery|
Would you please consider transferring John Y. Molander, Margaret Molander (my 2x great grandparents) and John Molander (my great grand uncle) over to me.
|J S||transfer for Saupe|
Thank you for the transfer of Henry Saupe and his wife Mary Strauel Saupe.
The headstone pictures are very nice too!
Added by J S on Oct 13, 2014 6:56 AM
|Cathy ||Ann Easton Slacht|
I sent an edit request for Ann and wanted you to know I got the corrected last name from her brother William's page.
Added by Cathy on Oct 03, 2014 5:25 PM
|Erin ||RE: james burger|
Thank you Amelia for permission to use the photo and thanks for the transfer!
Added by Erin on Sep 11, 2014 9:15 PM
|Melinda Hiller Dickrell||RE: Owners of Deacon Street?|
Thanks, I did try the Historical Society in Pekin and the lady I asked did not make any effort to answer my question. I guess I asked the wrong person. I looked at the most recent burial and contacted that funeral home in Indiana via email. They then let me know the funeral home in Morton to call. They did give me a contact name, but in doing my online search they may have given me the name of someone who was 114 years old, LOL. Anyway, at least I tried everything possible. I think the true owners of that land do not want to be responsible for upkeep and therefore it will be the township's responsibility. I understand, but the gates and some of the stones are in bad conditions. There are descendants of Pilgrims there and early pioneers, so it is just a pitty. Also, when someone calls my Dad to get permission to bury there, he does not know who to call.
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