|Sandy Chandonia (#47199243)|
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I love doing genealogy work. In the past I had people help me when I was too far away. Now that I have retired from the USPS, I will give back to others.|
I have worked on my family trees since the early 1970s'
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|Jackie L. Wolfe||William C Beale|
Birth: Aug. 4, 1813
Death: Dec. 19, 1863
Plot: Section B Lot 64 Burial 188
Would You Please Take the Picture of the Head stone off = I had Him Burried in Iowa Thanks jackie
|Jeffrey W. Adams||Freddie Widows|
Hi again Sandy,
I notice you also located a headstone for young Freddie Widows in Oak Hill Cemetery, and you created a memorial for him #131273939. Freddie was the 9th of 9 children of William H. Widdows (or Widows) and Sarah Snyder-Widows, my 2nd great grandparents. I would gladly accept transfer of management for Freddie, if you are so inclined, as I have some additional detail and links to add to his memorial. Regards, Jeff Adams
|Jeffrey W. Adams||William Widows/Widdows|
Thank you for Sarah Widows' headstone photo and your research efforts on her husband William Widows (sometimes Widdows). They are great-great-grandparents to me. I am descended via Sarah's daughter Nell Widows (mentioned in obit as Mrs. Sam Burbridge, later Mrs. Calvin Spencer). My mother was a Burbridge. I have not seen Sarah's obit (is a copy available?) but what you shared confirms information I had from other sources. Same for 1896 Iowa Census record. William and Sarah were recorded in 1880 U.S. and 1885 Iowa censuses in Tama, Iowa. Prior to that they were in Indiana, where they married in 1857. I found records citing William's 1861-1865 military service in Infantry Regiments from Indiana. I see two memorials for William H. Widdows. One (#3683108) reflects a 1910 military burial (perhaps a re-interment) in Leavenworth National Cemetery. A second memorial (#119749137) lists an 1886 death and burial in Oak Hill cemetery. I'd like to resolve this puzzle. I cannot rule out that there are two individuals named William H. Widdows involved, but my strong suspicion is that William died in Tama, and perhaps initially buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. But then was re-interred with military honors 24 years later in Leavenworth, Kansas.
Headstone photos for Willard Isaac Fife and wife Ida J. Widows-Fife (Sarah's daughter), or other Fifes, would be nice to have if you visit the cemetery again. I am 1,800 miles away, in Long Beach, California.
Thank you again for your kind efforts. Regards, Jeff Adams (#48181502)
|NebraskaGirl||Floyd Thomas Steveson|
Thank you Sandy for taking the time to photograph the headstone for Floyd and his wife.
|Jim Livermore||Julia Smith|
Thanks for the photo!
|gingels||Bess & Robert Ingles|
Thank you foe the great picture of Robert & Bess Ingles memorial. Would you mind if we used it in our family website ingelshistory.com and our tree in ancestry with credit given to you? Thanks again, we will pass the favor on.
Added by gingels on Jun 12, 2014 12:39 PM
|LINDA JOYCE OLDENBORG-SMITH||Owen's|
Thanks for the pictures Linda
|Renee Arnold||Louisa A. (Henry) Graham photo|
Thank you so very much for taking the photo of Louisa Graham's grave marker! I appreciate your effort and time spent to fulfill my request. Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend and again, thank you!
|Nancy Wallace||Cemetery Pics|
Thank you so much for all the pictures you took at the Fee Cemetery and getting them posted.
|P2-ABQ||Oak Hill Cemetery in Tama|
Thanks for taking the photos of Mahlon and Maxine Pelham's headstones.
Added by P2-ABQ on May 23, 2014 2:10 PM
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