|Delbert Bauer (#47095919)|
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Born and raised in Colorado. 1952 graduate of West Denver High School. Then two years of Civil Engineering at University of Denver. Then three years of U.S. Army. Then ten years as Civil Engineering Tech. with the Bureau of Reclamation. Then ten years as a Radar Air Traffic Controller with the F.A.A. Then, finally, two college degrees (B.S. in Business Administration and B.S. in Accounting). Then three different Accounting Firms. Then four years as a sales and use tax auditor for the Nebraska Dept. of Rev. Then 10 years for the City of Mesa, AZ as a budget analyst before retiring. And somewhere along the way two wives and three children.|
White Oak Cemetery
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your Bio on the Findagrave website is very unique and interesting. sound like you have a sense of humor!
Added by VASMD on Jun 06, 2016 12:08 PM
|pamela west||Anita Dittmar Mann erroneous memorial|
I have received a copy of Anita's obit, showing her buried next to her husband, John Horace Mann, at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. She is NOT buried with her parents at Sacramento City Cemetery, as your memorial shows.
Please remove the memorial for her at Sacramento, and disconnect her from John William Mann in KS.
I have made a correct memorial for her at St. Mary's, along with her husband, which shows not only their stones, but her obit.
|Kris Richins||Find A Grave #60517157|
Thomas Greer Sr
Thank you for all the hard work that you do for this tremendous site. Would you help be understand where you found the information for his birth place and parents please? I believe the wife and the children that you have listed (not all) are correct. We have a different information on the other. Would Love to chat.
|Stephen Davis||Madison Lewis and Mary Colvin are in the wrong cemetery|
Can you please move the memorials for Madison Lewis Colvin (memorial # 75653213) and Mary Mildred Lillard Colvin (memorial # 75653291) to my care so that I may move them to the correct cemetery? They belong in the Colvin Family Cemetery in Madison County, Virginia.
|Joyce (Michel) Woody||The Dart/Darte family|
Where did you get your information ? Seems to be different than other family members. Not sure how accurate your is. LMK how you obtained your information. So many duplicates that makes things confusing.
|Cathy Pepper||John Craghead and Jane Maxey Craghead|
In regards to John Craghead and his wife Jane Maxey Cragheads Cemetery and personal information
Memorial # 54325803 John
How do you know they are buried in Scruggs-Emily Ayers Cemetery
How do you know their birth and death dates, along with all the other personal information.
I need proof of all of this for my research.
|Alysia||Moving Vickery's to Correct Cemetery|
It appears that I created some duplicate memorials for names you have already listed on Find a Grave. Could you move their memorials to the correct cemetery where they are buried and I will delete the duplicates?
The names are:
1. Betsey Vickery, #93334648
2. Susanna Vickery, #93335073
They are actually buried in the North Nassau Cemetery, Nassau, Rensselaer County, NY. I visited the cemetery last Spring and tried to photograph as many stones as I could locate. The place was an overgrown mess. Thanks for your assistance!
Added by Alysia on Feb 06, 2016 4:36 PM
|Ben Elliott||Re: John Ellyotte(1618-1696|
I note that the above referenced person had seven children. However, each child's last name is spelled "Elliott". This begs the question as to how & when Elyotte became Elliott?
|Eileen Lemons||John Allred, Mem#74306702|
There is another memorial for John Allred on Find A Grave. It is Memorial # 119085094. You might want to contact the creator about the duplicate record. Some of the information on the record is different from yours.
John Allred is a 6th gr-grandfather for me.
Find A Grave Memorial# 59364861
Could you please share where you received the genealogy information on William Dart? Do you have records to share? Thank you!
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