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Don Hansen (#46846745)
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Bio Photo I am retired and working on several lines in my family tree. Surnames in my line are Showalter, Funkhouser, Liles, Huitt, Lewis, Hansen, Heldt, Hand, Heryford, Foster/Forster, Espy. Live in Central Kansas, grew up on the KS-NE state line (Jewell Co., KS: Nuckolls Co., NE). Surnames in my wife's family are Neal, Charles, Launchbaugh, Brown. Wife grew un in Sheridan Co., KS
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RE: transfer
Thank you Don for the transfers of Issac F and Hila Funkhouser memorials. I wasn't expecting the transfer. I'll email you with some more information. Mary g.
Added by Mgrtz on Jan 07, 2015 9:26 PM
RE: Burial Location for Francis Kennedy
Oak Park is his final resting place. I was there with his sister. If you look him up on you will also find a Global Find a Grave since he died in Valmont, Moselle, Lorraine, France. Also his Pennsylvania Veteran's Burial Card. Somehow all the info should be incorporated.
Added by Ann on Nov 13, 2014 7:52 PM
Ruth Ellen Bartels
RE: Rhoda Snider Hunter
I think that not a few people moved from Appanoose County, Iowa to around Lincoln County, Kansas.
There were two Hunter families at Lincoln, not at all related to each other as far as we can tell...if the relationship is there, it likely goes back to Scotland before 1750. I don't recognize a "Tonia Hunter", so this is probably from the other Hunter family.
Added by Ruth Ellen Bartels on Apr 15, 2014 12:42 PM
Ruth Ellen Bartels
RE: Rhoda Snider Hunter
Thanks for the extra information. I appreciate your offer to help and will keep you in mind. I don't have a lot of family left in the area.
Ruth Ellen
Added by Ruth Ellen Bartels on Apr 14, 2014 9:23 AM
Ruth Ellen Bartels
RE: Rhoda Snider Hunter
Yes, I did know that Rhoda had re-married after my great-uncle Melvin Hunter died. That marriage lasted less than two months, with her death.
I believe that Lewis re-married again? I think the 1930 census had him married to a woman named Anna.
Ruth Ellen
Added by Ruth Ellen Bartels on Apr 13, 2014 4:43 PM
Bear Hugs
RE: Harry and Gladys Hendricksen
My pleasure

Added by Bear Hugs on Mar 21, 2014 4:12 PM
Dan Lowry
RE: Jeremiah Lochry
Hi Don,
I believe that he's my 6th great grandfather, but not sure. If one of his sons is James Lowry 1750-1810, then I'm sure. (Things get kind of cloudy once you're talking 1700's) :)
Thanks for the information. I will contact you on your email.

Added by Dan Lowry on Oct 15, 2013 10:48 AM
Dan Lowry
Jeremiah Lochry
Was wondering if you ever found information regarding Jeremiah Lochry. Do you know if his son William was married to Nancy Steele? Any information you have would be appreciated.
Dan Lowry
Added by Dan Lowry on Oct 12, 2013 11:37 PM
RE: Morgan-Smith Cemetery
You are very welcome. I don't know about the other Flener's but I do know there are a lot of Flener's in the Morgan-Smith Cemetery. And very few listed in that Cemetery on Find A Grave. I think there a lot of people mixed up between those cemeteries. There are about three cemeteries that I can think of that have Smith somewhere in the name in Butler County. Even the two main photos on the Smith Cemetery page are of two different cemeteries. Maybe someday I can go and spend the day trying to figure out who goes where. LOL. Have a great day!
Added by CemCreeper on Jun 09, 2013 2:14 PM
Cindy Clark
RE: George Allen Refior
You're most welcome!
Added by Cindy Clark on Apr 20, 2013 4:45 PM
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