|Timothy Ory||RE: Rathbun Family|
Thank you for the information.
|jan colbert||Requesting transfer for relatives.|
T.W., Thank you for all your work with memorials and pictures in Find a Grave.
The couple listed below is my great aunt and uncle.
(My grandfather, Arthur J. Rott and Aunt Elsie were siblings.) I recall visiting and playing at their farm!
I was wondering if you would consider transferring their memorials to me?
Elsie Rott Eichelberger 8756623
Oscar Eichelberger 8756620
My number is: 49041038.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and again, thank you for your work!
|Timothy Ory||Rathbun Family|
I am looking for a Rathbun family member to try to identify a photograph that I have. Are you a relative or do you know any living relatives?
|Mo and Dave Gates||RE: B Davidson|
Hello..I have no further info on this memorial. Sorry i could not help more.
|Caron Stillmunkes||George Transfer|
And thank you again for yet another George family memorial transfer!
|Jean Woolley Kent||RE: Memorial Transfers|
Sorry I didn't see your message until now. If the last name is Woolley, I would appreciate your transferring memorials to me. I in the process of writing a compilation on the Woolleys of Oswego.
Jean Woolley Kent
|Caron Stillmunkes||George Family|
Thanks for transferring all the George-related memorial pages to my care - I appreciate it!
I'll delete the three (Henry, Lena, and Walter) I have in St. Paul's. Not sure how I managed to put them in that cemetery and it's been years since I created those memorials and took those photos. I took photos at both St. Paul's and Zion Cemetery. I'll trust your judgement on this one, as there are so many cemeteries listed for this family in that general area. Walter's death certificate shows Wheatland, but does mention Zion too. Thanks.
Added by DM on Feb 16, 2016 4:35 PM
There is information and photo's of the union between William Stewart and Serrelda Gibb Stewart in the journals written by William Stewart. It can be found at ingenweb.org under William Stewart journals. His first wife Jamima died shortly after their youngest son Wilbur died; and William married Serrelda (a widow), and he died in 1914. The history of Jennings co, IN at the library; has some great reading, that includes the names and faces of many of the friends and families of that time. If you search findagrave in Sixmile, Smith, and Green Cemetery; you can also find the connections to these families.
|Jean Woolley Kent||firestein|
Please do transfer Charles Firestein and the other Firestein family members in Wheatland Cemetery to me. Also transfer my parents and paternal grandparents--Woolley.
Jean Woolley Kent
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