|Donna (Endorf) Londeen (#46515409)|
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I am a genealogical researcher Rutland Co., VT area. Always glad to hear from other researchers. |
Headstones don't last forever. We need to get good digital photos of all the old ones.
If I have accidently added a duplicate, please let me know and I will promptly remove it.
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|Illona Jensen||124172924 Veva Allen Jarnagin|
Your Find A Grave Memorial# 124172924 Veva Brown Jarnagin is the same person as Find A Grave Memorial# 131959409 Veva Allen, only they didn't account for her 2nd mg to Jarnagin.
Veva A Brown 1st md George Clarence Allen (not Clarence BROWN, as you have written) 19 Nov 1902. G C Allen is Find A Grave Memorial# 131959407 and died in 1918. Veva & Clarence Allen's 6 mo old daughter, Carolyn (probably after George's mother, Caroline), is Find A Grave Memorial# 96138979.Their son George Eugene Allen is Find A Grave Memorial# 43849149. All are in the same cemetery.
Maybe you know how to link them together. That would be awesome!
Name: G C Allen
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 19 Nov 1902
Event Place: , Jasper, Iowa, United States
Father's Name: Geo W Allen
Mother's Name: Caroline Stoll
Spouse's Name: Veva Brown
Spouse's Age: 23
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1879
Spouse's Father's Name: Melvin Brown
Spouse's Mother's Name: Clara Huddleston
GS Film Number: 001034511
Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934
Citing this Record
"Iowa, County Marriages, 1838-1934," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KLWG-ZPL : accessed 21 July 2015), G C Allen and Veva Brown, 19 Nov 1902; citing , Jasper, Iowa, United States, county courthouses, Iowa.
I have lots of other sources for Veva A Brown and her 1st husband George Clarence Allen, if you or anyone, are interested. They are listed on familysearch.org (ID # L6QM-87M) or ancestry.com under William Howard Lee family tree.
Thanks for all your diligence and hard work, so those of us researching can find people!
Hi Donna, I was checking Find A Grave's Site. My Grandfather was Harvey Franklin Crosson. On his page I found a Red Rose and your name. I had requested a photo of his Headstone but haven't heard anything. Are you going to take a photo of his stone? I just wondered why your name and a Red Rose was on his site? My Grandmother is Hattie Rebecca Lenker (Crosson). I requested a photo of her stone also. Could you get back an E-Mail me and let me know on this info? My E- Mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org My name is Karen. I'm the Grandaughter of Harvey and Hattie. I would appreciate any info. you can find. Thank-You so very much,
|dee cam||RE: McKinney|
WOW sounds meant to be
I wonder if the family finally got around to putting the stones in?
Added by dee cam on Jul 16, 2015 5:45 PM
|dee cam||RE: Findagrave request|
You found Margaret McKinney and her son Hugh
They should have been somewhere near the Cole stones.
Hugh Broughton Cole and Margaret Broughton McKinney were brother & sister.
Hugh Cole was my mother's step-father, but the only father she knew. He was in our lives until I was about 15.
Added by dee cam on Jul 14, 2015 2:53 PM
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Hi again, Donna,
If you are from Rutland area, what were you doing in Salem, NY area. Just curious.
I have a cousin just north of you, whom I met thru ancestry just 3 years ago.
My great grandfather had a summer home in North Hero, VT
Most of that family were from Albany area and earlier, farther west in NY
Added by dee cam on Jul 13, 2015 1:26 PM
Tank you, Donna!
After all these years when another photo volunteer told me the gravesite didn't exist, you found them.
I am ever so grateful.
Added by dee cam on Jul 13, 2015 1:21 PM
|JoAnn Fee||Photo of Edward Rodd|
Thanks so much Donna for taking the time to get a tombstone photo of Edward Rodd in Boardman Cemetery. Random acts of kindness truely keep the earth rotating so nicely. Best regards JoAnn Fee
|G. Darleen Huffman Linschoten||RE: Toronto|
Thanks Donna - appreciate your reply. I am of the same mindset - why one not the other. Whatever - thanks so much. Darleen
|Roslyn Roisman-Patchi||Josephine Benjamin Hall|
Thanks so much for the beautiful photo!
|Steven Wiezbicki||Private Henry H. Carver, Co. F, 169th N.Y.|
Another great find! Thanks for adding the chalk to the inscription so that Henry's gravestone can be read!
- Steve Wiezbicki, Historian of the 169th N.Y.
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