|Karyn Frederickson (#46884013)|
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|I'll admit it. I'm a family history junkie. I love this website. My line of ancestors includes the Pehrson/Tillotson/Marley lines in southeastern Idaho; Millville, Utah; Sweden; and New York as well as the Dean/Jacklin/Oman/Sage/Meeker lines in Idaho, Utah, Ireland, Oregon, and Iowa. If you have any connection to these people, I'd love to trade information with you.|
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|Kelly Howell||Janiece Hodges|
Thank you for taking the headstone picture. We appreciate you taking the time to visit the cemeteries.
They have a little white building at the cemetery with a binder that has some info about the burials found there.
Catching the individual over the cemetery in the summer is hard to do.
Findagrave has most all burials listed with grave marker pictures.
|Jeffrey Kearl||RE: Rachel and George Marley Graves in Laketown, Utah|
Sorry on the link, I caught that after sending it but couldn't delete it.
The info on Rachel's parents names comes from the Laketown cemetery sextons records.
It also lists her:
Place of birth: Aberdare, Glams, So Wales.
Birth: Oct. 25, 1842
Death: May 1, 1877.
I don't believe I'm related to the Marley's but my family is from Laketown and I'm related to most families from there.
They must of been blind or was looking for an old stone. It was the very first stone when you entered the gate of the cemetery. As you could see also a large stone. Luckly I had printed off the list from Find a Grave for this Cemetery and took care of 7 out of 9 on the list. Two I couldn't find and that was 2 trips through the Cemetery.
Glad I could be of assistance andglad you are happy.
|Kathy Riley||RE: Theodor J Reichert in Scofield Cemetery|
Thank you for inserting the parents. Leaving the J. if fine. This is ocmpiled from a genealogy that my Aunt Pauline, Rose Silvers and Ada Law worked on for many years. I find that their are many erros in the Salt Lake data, especially in the IGI. However, leaving the J. if okay with me.
Just some background to put the names above in perspective.
Ada Law was married to Otto Adolph Reichert and Rose Law was a daughter of Elsa Pauline Riechert, bot siblings of Theodore and Ida. Their mother Elizabeth was my grand aunt.
My grandfather Karl was a brother to Elizabeth, making her an aunt to my Aunt Pauline and my father Frederick Karl Zwickel.
Theodor, Ida and Louise were triplets.
Juat a little FYI.
|Jay Freeman||RE: Isaac Newton Jeton Cunningham|
Sorry for the delay in my response. I have no written documentation if Isaac was officially adopted. I believe most researchers have assumed so since Isaac took his step father's last name. Sorry I could not be of any more assistance.
|L. Forbes||RE: Lydia Sage Beanblossom Obit|
You're very welcome.
I wonder if you are related to the Carl Frederick Dahlke and Christine Schroeder Dahlke? We are trying to find out if Christine is the sister of August Schroeder. Both born in Germany. Thanks,
CindyLee (mother-in-law of Mark Schroeder)
Added by CindyLee on Jan 03, 2014 6:04 PM
|joanne garcia||marley family - laketown cemetary|
I am a descedent of the marley family. I was reading the biography of George Marley's parents and thought about looking for his gravestone. Thanks for putting the info and picture online, it was really nice connecting the biography with the picture of his headstone and his families headstones.
|Carla McClasky||Mary Granfield|
If you could email email@example.com at Mt Saint Mary's and get me a burial location I can get your photo fulfilled.
Thanks so much,
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