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Dave & Pam Jindrich (#47241779)
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Bio Photo The only rule we follow is the Golden Rule. We'll treat you kindly no matter what you ask of us. Transfer? Sure. Edit info? You bet. Use our photos? Absolutely.

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Elsie Harmon
Myron Dillenbeck 89276714
Myron Dillenbeck's obituary mentions half-brother "Bert Beeds". He is Albert Richard "Bert" Dillenbeck, a son of Jacob Dillenbeck and Sarah Elizabeth Lawton. Jacob and Sarah married about 1865 and Albert was b 15 Oct. 1867, died 31 Aug 1933 and when he was about 3 yrs. old Sarah married Alfred Allen Beede in Lee Co., IL. I assume that Alfred adopted Albert as that is the name he went by and is buried in Palmyra cemetery, Lee Co., IL. It was a short-lived marriage between Jacob and Sarah. Jacob remarried also.

Added by Elsie Harmon on Sep 20, 2014 5:16 PM
Salmon Winchester
Hello. This is just a note to let you know that I added a comment to Salmon Winchester's memorial per the link that you sent me about his affiliation with the Freemasons. Thank you for forwarding this information.
Added by jml0928 on Sep 19, 2014 11:02 AM
Richter family
Thank you very much for posting the photos of the Richter family grave.

Nancy (Daisy)
Added by Daisy on Sep 17, 2014 3:27 PM
Donna J Breuer
Thanks for the photo we appreciate your help

Added by Donna J Breuer on Sep 16, 2014 1:34 PM
Deep River Roots
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of DeMerise L (Zink) Schupbach's tombstone! Mark Hayden
Added by Deep River Roots on Sep 14, 2014 11:42 PM
Pat Berel
RE: Clair Pickens
So glad you found the mother's obit. I know I was researching the name Lewing or Lewin and it was a long list of obits that I found. I tried to find it again without success. To me obits are so important in family research. Thanks again.
Added by Pat Berel on Sep 09, 2014 8:23 AM
Pat Berel
RE: Clair Pickens
So sorry for not attaching the obit. And this morning I don't remember where I was searching to see it. Getting older!! But pleased that you would have added it.
Added by Pat Berel on Sep 09, 2014 6:32 AM
Sam Andrusko
RE: Buda Gabel Frazer

Wow, well your query got me thinking and rummaging around the internet and Familysearch. It seems Lafayette and Zetha/Zepha divorced before 1920 (he shows up as divorced in the 1920 census). In 1921 she married Harry S. Nichols and based on what her son Albert wrote me decades ago that his mother died in 1938 and was a resident of the "Yankton county home," well, have found a Zetha Nichols (#22402028) who died in 1938 (aged 62, therefore, born 1876, which matches the year I have for her birth) who is buried at the Yankton State Hospital. So considering how unusual her name is, this is the correct person, I believe.

By the way, have found him and his family as both Gabel and Gable in various records, so a toss up, but best to use what is found on his grave, no? As I wrote before, Albert used Gabel, not Gable. She shows up most often as Zepha or Zepha B. or Zepha Belle; her first name was given as Belle when she married in 1921.

Did some searching in, but did not find any mention of her death in 1938 under Nichols or Gable/Gabel in Iowa or South Dakota, but newspaper coverage for those state is meager to begin with. Familysearch doesn't have any SD death records either, so ...

Thanks so much for your query which "inspired" me to investigate further. Keep up the good work!

Added by Sam Andrusko on Aug 30, 2014 3:15 PM
George DeKay
THANK YOU for adding the stone photo to my Wells memorials. Much appreciated.
Added by George DeKay on Aug 23, 2014 6:27 PM
Thank you for the info on Ellen. She is a very distant relative so no need to transfer her, I'd rather let someone closer to her apply for a transfer. Thank you for the offer and I will keep it in mind for further reference. I so much appreciate it! Rob
Added by YankeeGraver on Aug 18, 2014 11:08 AM
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