|Cathy Kessinger (#46997052)|
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Hi, my husband (Steve Patterson) and I are interested in our genealogy histories and enjoy the "detective process" of finding our ancestors. After unexpectedly finding images of my great-grandparents' tombstones on the web, I was thrilled - I'd never seen their tombstones before. This helped us to realize that documenting cemeteries on the web is a wonderful way to help other genealogists find their relatives. We enjoy this tremendously and have started planning our vacations around which cemeteries we want to visit. |
I am leaning on the tombstone of Alpheus Osborn, my great-great-great grandfather who lived in Fairfax, Iowa.
If you are a close relation to any people that we have listed and would like us to transfer the memorial to you, please let us know. Be sure to include the CEMETERY NAME where they are located and your FAG MEMBERSHIP NUMBER!
Family names that we are interested in are:
Missouri, Polk County: McDaniel, Phipps.
Kansas, Cowley, Sedgwick, Sumner Counties: Kessinger, Cooper, Green, Brenton, Wilsey, Osborn.
Kansas, Rice County: Greenbank, Crawford, Wilsey.
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|Anonymous||Ludwig Berg - Kansas|
I wanted to thank you for photographing my great grandpas grave. Ludwig Berg died in 1896 and is buried at Mankato, KS. He was born in 1852 in Norway.
I am told that he died due to a tragic accident. He and his father-in-law were traveling in Kansas during a storm by horse/buggy and were crossing a train track. They were hit by a train and killed.
As per the 1880 census he and his wife lived in Burr Oak, Jewell, KS. His wife, Rachel Mattie Everson Berg (b. 1857), left Kansas after his death and moved to Iowa to have her mother-in-law help raise their children.
Ive been trying to locate any newspaper article that might provide details on the accident. If you know of any information, please let me know. Thank you again for your photograph.
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|keir||#50550459 Henry Albert Keylor|
You have Barbara Ellen Koehler Young (1862 - 1894)as his mother. She is his aunt.
Barbara LENA Young Keylor (1866 -1926) is his mother. Barbara LENA Young married Barbara Ellen Keylor's brother Samuel A Keylor (1857 -1932).
A tale of two Barbaras. Barbara Lena Young married into the Keylors. Barbara Ellen Keylor married into the Youngs.
Added by keir on May 30, 2016 6:53 AM
|Jane A (Hainsworth) Norris||Re: John McCort|
Thank you for the memorial transfer of my Uncle John McCort.
|Donna Pfitzner||Wallace coombs|
I see where you added a memorial for Wallace Coombs, birth dates and death dates unk in Miltonbvale KS cemetery. Where did you find out about him? I wonder because my great grandmother was married to a Wallace Coombs but we were always told he died in Oklahoma. However she had ties to Ottawa County KS. Thanks Donna
Added by Andy on Apr 14, 2016 10:27 AM
I noticed you created the memorials for John and Elsie Scott. Are you related?
Added by Andy on Apr 13, 2016 8:39 PM
|Shirley Utley Cressler||Olin, Debbie|
Cathy: You made a memorial for this lady on 5-18-2009. She did not pass away until 8-22-2012. I established a memorial for her on 9-12-2012 and put her obit on that memorial. Since yours was established before she passed away you need to delete yours. Please transfer the photo you took of the headstone to my memorial #96968088.
Thank you, Shirley
Please see note posted on her page in Cumberland Cemetery, Marshall County, IL
Added by J.Galvin on Mar 18, 2016 9:05 AM
I apologize, I am sorry that I misspelled your name as Kathy.
Debbie # 47064450
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