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Bio Photo Have been working on my families geneaologies for years. I am willing to help you in anyway I can if I have created a memorial for your family member.
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Linda
Brown
I remember now, after reading the bottom of Martha's obit. I started an obit for Matilda, after researching it seems the stone called her Martha and her obit read Matilda. That is where the 2 started.
Added by Linda on Dec 27, 2014 9:55 AM
Linda
Weston



Today at 10:21 AM







I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and your New Year will be wonderful. As you know I am adding to the Aurora cemetery my families obit.'s and what pictures I can find. 95% of the Browns buried in Aurora are my grandfather Alfred Peterson's family. He married Hattie Brown and it appears, the Brown's plus Cruff's, Krabiel's, Zher, Ronan and others all lead back to Hattie. My main mission is they are recognized and info is on Find A Grave for other family to find. You have a little more info. on death & birth other wise the obit and picture I placed. We are making nail crossed and will place one on the marker of all our family members. I always try to link the family together with the little grey cat & some info. It doesn't make any difference to me if they are also your family, just that they show they were here and someone cared. Let me know what you would like to do.
Added by Linda on Dec 27, 2014 9:25 AM
Jacki Bierma
Child one and Child Two in Aurora Cemetery, Aurora, Hamilton, Nebraska
Would you have any idea how I could go about finding out who the parents were of these two children. Family tales state that my great grandfather, Elias Brown and his wife Mary had a child that died while they were living here in Aurora. There is no other information other than what was passed down verbally through our family. Could you point me to some resources where I might be able to find out if one or both of these children belonged to them?

Jacki Brown Bierma
Wisconsin
Added by Jacki Bierma on Dec 23, 2014 6:37 PM
ltaborek
RE: Christina Haas duplicate
Yeah, I actually drove out there recently to verify where it really is, and I took some gps readings to make sure. I quickly caught on that it was really in Seward County. So then, once I was sure that there were really two listings for the same place, I cut to the chase and messaged the Find A Grave folks and asked THEM to fix the problem. I'm not sure what they'll do about it, but I knew it was beyond my abilities. But I figure if they merge the two, somebody will still need to go through and delete the people who are in twice. Christina just happened to be one of the stones I took a gps reading on.
Thanks for your info.
Added by ltaborek on Dec 12, 2014 8:56 AM
Shelly Ketchum
RE: Ben E. Scott
Thank you, I appreciate that. I hate it when a mystery can't be solved. I'll keep trying to find more too and if I do I'll let you know.
Thanks again, Shelly
Added by Shelly Ketchum on Dec 10, 2014 10:51 AM
Shelly Ketchum
RE: Ben E. Scott
I wish I did have an obit. It would clear things up, for sure. All I have are the records I found on Ancestry and a brief mention of him in the Gottsch Family History @ gottschfamily.net. They name him as Bernard Scott (which I suppose Ben could be a nickname for). Thanks for getting back to me so quick. I guess this one has to remain a mystery for now.
Shelly
Added by Shelly Ketchum on Dec 09, 2014 6:42 PM
Shelly Ketchum
Ben E. Scott
I am confused about some of the info on Ben's memorial. His children are listed as James, Richard, Edwin, Donald, Wilma, Cathy, Paula, Donna, June and Benjamin and his wife is listed as Mary. I have found Ben on a 1930 census with a wife named Bertha with children Edwin and Richard. Then about 1935 he married an ancestor of mine named Eva E. Schneider and their children are listed as Donna, June and Benjamin. Eva and Ben divorced before 1951 and she re-married to a man named Ernest Garner. Her son Benjamin (born 1946) took the last name of Garner. He is found on a 1993 Lincoln, Ne. public record as Benjamin L. Garner. No where do I find the other children listed as the children of Ben Scott and no where do I find anything with a wife named Mary. So I guess my question is, are these your family members and you know for certain that these are his children and his wife? I've about driven myself crazy looking for the info that fits your info. Hope you can help me with this, because I'm stumped.

Thanks,
Shelly
Added by Shelly Ketchum on Dec 06, 2014 9:11 PM
Rita Herman
RE: Bruce Herman: Gibbon, NE Riverside Cem.
Hi Barb, Thank you for following up, but right now I honestly can't recall trying to send links. I'll look in the next few days and get back to you. Maybe it was while I was trying to add my great grand parents.... I just don't know now. I do know that Bruce is the son of my GG Uncle.
Added by Rita Herman on Nov 27, 2014 9:44 PM
Elizabeth Verchio
RE: Riverside Cemetery, Gibbon, Buffalo Cty., NE
Thank you for information and suggestion, fortunately there is not a rush as there is always someone to research.
I'm thinking it is way too early in the season for this much cold - I've got cabin fever already -- what will February be like?
Stay warm and thank you for all your work on this wonderful website.
Elizabeth
Added by Elizabeth Verchio on Nov 22, 2014 7:18 AM
Lin
Thank you
Thank you for the photo of Christina Doran in Ulysses Cemetery. I appreciate very much your time and efforts in getting this photo for me. I would also like to ask permission to use the photo in my family tree. Thank you, again. Lin
Added by Lin on Nov 21, 2014 10:38 AM
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