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Suzy & Rob (#46950534)
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Bio Photo The human stories and history that can be found in cemeteries have facinated my husband and I for years. We are happy to share this facination with the Find A Grave community. Please contact us if you have any additional information to add to our memorials. Also, please feel free to use our pictures to enhance your family histories. A credit would be nice but not a requirement.
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LeRoy Krsiean
Lula Scarbrock
Regarding Find A Grave Memorial# 95492471. Her grave marker shows she died in 1941, but the Memorial repeats the death date of her spouse, which is December 5, 1935. LeRoy.
Added by LeRoy Krsiean on Jul 25, 2015 5:43 PM
Catherine Cramer
Frances S. Bettcher
I have connected Frances with her son, George F (he is listed on F. A. G. but is buried in a veteran cemetery), but am unable to locate the burial of Frances' husband, George Louis Bettcher. Is it possible that he is in Fairmount as well? He was a well-known local architect and I've found his bio, as well as an ancestry link showing that Frances was indeed his wife, but couldn't find any burial information.
Added by Catherine Cramer on Jul 24, 2015 12:42 AM
Ron & Jan Ross
Much Appreciated
My husband and I, very much like you, are fascinated with family history and stories that go along with each person, regardless how remotely related! Just wanted to offer a word of thanks for your work to provide records which help us genealogy nuts clues to families that might otherwise be impossible to trace. Although most people don't realize the importance of your job, we certainly do and are every so appreciative! God bless!!!
Added by Ron & Jan Ross on Jul 23, 2015 10:27 AM
Richard Burke
Cynthia E Haley
thank u for creating the find a grave for Cynthia. I have been searching for her for several years. Her father is my gr grandfather.

RSB
Added by Richard Burke on Jul 21, 2015 10:16 AM
Linda Blakeman
Mary Emma Nix King
Hi,

Mary Emma Nix King was my great-grandmother. I have searched for a copy of her death certificate but was unable to locate it. I see that you entered the information for her memorial from her death certificate. Would you please e-mail a copy of the death certificate to me?

Thank you,
Linda Blakeman
Added by Linda Blakeman on Jul 18, 2015 3:51 PM
Deb Landauer
RE: Rev. William McKendree Worley
Hi Suzy & Rob,

Thank you very much for letting us use your photo for our book. It is very much appreciated!

Deb
Added by Deb Landauer on Jul 15, 2015 10:26 PM
Deb Landauer
Rev. William McKendree Worley
Hi,

I am writing to you in regards of Rev. William McKendree Worley. Our Boone-Nance County Genealogical Society in Boone Co., NE is compiling a Civil War book of the men who served in the war & who lived in Boone Co., NE. Rev. William Worley was one of these men. Would it be possible to use your tombstone photo for our book? Thanks in advance! Have a great week!

Deb
Added by Deb Landauer on Jul 15, 2015 9:15 PM
James Siebert
RE: Mathias Siebert
Thanks. The Catholic marriage records says that his father's name was Wojciecka, and his mother was Regina Katek.
Added by James Siebert on Jul 13, 2015 9:56 PM
Teresa
RE: William Puckett
History of the State of Colorado, Embracing Accounts of the Pre-historic Races and Their Remains: The Earliest Spanish, French and American Explorations ... the First American Settlements Founded; the Original Discoveries of Gold in the Rocky Mountains; the Development of Cities and Towns, with the Various Phases of Industrial and Political Transition, from 1858 to 1890 ...

Frank Hall

Blakely print. Company, 1895 - Colorado

https://books.google.com/books?id=NoMUAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA544&lpg=PA544&dq=william+j.+puckett,+colorado&source=bl&ots=KnORzd68Gt&sig=EX_IKSOWWRTSW74pxwt7ie6Ewsk&hl=en&sa=X&ei=nbyiVZKDIsvr-AGNxpugBA&ved=0CCEQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=william%20j.%20puckett%2C%20colorado&f=false



William J. Puckett was married to great grand aunt Susan Josephine Reeves Puckett.
Added by Teresa on Jul 12, 2015 1:18 PM
Carole
Wallace Crouch 118986833
Thanks - and if you want, you could add a bit of military history to his bio.

He enlisted in the Air Force in 1943, served on Bikini Island under Joint Task Force One, for the Atomic Bomb test, and also worked at Oak Ridge, TN in 1944.

He was killed on 12 Aug 1948 while working as an engineer on a highway bridge in Boulder Canyon.
Added by Carole on Jul 12, 2015 12:25 PM
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