|Alana Knochel Bauman (#47076457)|
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Thank you for checking the graves that I have added. If you have any additions, corrections or pictures to add, please contact me. As a fellow genealogist I welcome hearing from you. I will answer/and/or make the corrections in what I hope is a timely manner.|
However, I have sadly learned over the years, that there are a few ungracious or nasty people out there. I will not answer such messages...also remembering you. I used to be more willing to transfer graves upon request, if I have not put a lot of work into them. I have put many, many hours into some of these families. However, I have found that most people do not even send a thank you or acknowledgement when I do this. There are a few very gracious exceptions, and I really appreciate it. I also try to acknowledge who sent me new information in the FAG bio, which I believe to be only right. However, I found that it does not always go both ways.
Many years ago I wrote a small book on the Critser & related famlies.
If you have any information or pictures to add for this book, please let me know. I know that there are many mistakes in it, since it was written long before computers became popular.
Alana Knochel Bauman
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|Jo "West" Stallbohm||,Dorothy P. Couwenhoven Swart|
Find A Grave #122546449,Dorothy P. Couwenhoven Swart. I do not believe that Samuel Couwenhoven was her father, Her father was Simon Dick Couwenhoven and according to Cook, Illinois Death Index, he died in 1944. Or am I in the twilight zone again? She was my husband's 4th cousin.Thanks, Jo
|Cindy Elschide||Frank Colvin|
Thank you so much for adding the memorial for Frank. My parents are very good friends with him. We just got back from a trip to a family reunion and found he had passed away. They have spent many hours visiting with him and his wife. I have also seen him on various occasions such as birthdays. He was a very nice man and will be deeply missed.
Sorry, I meant to put the birth date 9.19.47 / died 9.21.47. She was my Uncle Charles & Aunt Juanita Tatlock's baby girl.
She's buried in the Remington Cemetery. Is there someone we could ask to try and find where she is buried there? My cousin & I walked through fairly quick as we were with other folks that were driving. Who would have the list and burial plots?
Your help would be appreciated, and a photo taken as well.
Thanks for responding. I didn't think you did know the Tatlocks, but have you had the chance to find the baby Tatlock per my request.
Thanks! Rita Snyder
SO GLAD TO FIND THE DUNAPS BURIED IN MAPLEWOOD CEMETERY, INDIANA. SARAH (HENDERSON) DUNLAP WAS MY 4TH GREAT GRANDFATHER (ADAM HENDERSON) SISTER. I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR HER FAMILYS BURIAL FOR A LONG TIME (IN THE WRONG STATE!)...MUCH APPRECIATED! MAY I USE THE PICS YOU ADDED FOR MY TREE WITH CREDIT GIVEN TO YOU? TAKE CARE, GINNIMAE
Added by GINNIMAE on Jun 19, 2014 5:38 PM
I feel the same way about transfers, people are not grateful at all. That's why I don't always transfer anymore. It takes a lot of work to do them and then pass them off to someone like that yes, I totally agree.
|C. J. Miley||Susan M Miley Walker|
|russ ||eugene mcdaniels|
i forgot to add that he earned a purple heart medal.
Added by russ on May 28, 2014 5:12 PM
|russ ||eugene lee mcdaniels|
this is russ...some additional info on Eugene lee mcdaniels...he served with the 109th Naval Construction Battalion in the South Pacific during WWII.
Added by russ on May 28, 2014 5:09 PM
|T M & M L||RE: Braydon Denton|
Hello. I am not related. I came upon his story while looking for some one else and thought how wonderful to do something that he enjoyed so much. I saw you created his memorial and wanted to share! He was so young to lose his battle - breaks my heart! Thanks for creating his memorial and making his memory carry on.
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