|Linda Morice (#47966727)|
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|I have been investigating my family history since 1985, when my mom's uncle shared photos of my 3great, 2great, & great grandparents. Dad & I spent his 50th birthday visiting his cousins in Montana and Canada, where everyone shared, though each told us the others wouldn't. I have had the luck to find other family members also interested in genealogy; now I have over 40 albums filled with photos, documents, letters, etc. I follow collateral lines way too far, but have connected with many cousins because of this. I've done my share of cemetery exploration and LOVE the ideas behind this site.|
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|Linda Cook||RE: Allen Marshall|
I was reading your bio and seen that you had said something about 3 great and 2 great and I thought you was talking about him
|Linda Cook||RE: Allen Marshall Obit|
Allen Monroe Marshall b. 02/01/1889 d. 12/03/1952, he was married to Minnie Martha Beingham
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
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I would love a copy of Allen Marshall`s Obit if you have an extra one cause I don`t. I never got to know him but I did Minnie until 1979 when she passed and if you have a copy of hers too that would be great too
Linda Allen Marshall is my greatgrandfather and Minnie is my great grandmother so I think we are kin some where down the line would love to hear from ya some time
|Barbara Parks||RE: Avory Dehnert|
Oh how funny is this article so glad you sent to me. Sounds something like what happened to my brother years ago. He had two of his navy buddies stand up with him at a small church wedding, well apparently where they were from it is a tradition to steal the bride for several hours and that is exactly what they did, they disappeared for several hours with her, went to a bar and returned her unharmed. Thank you so much for sharing.
I just got to looking at your message again. I have came to the conclusion that Newton Lee must be the unmarked Lee grave in the Coffee Creek Cemetery. From your copy of my great grandfathers obit I have been able to find out that he was from the Baltimore area. I believe that my dad spoke of Arminia Pickett as Aunt Annie. I am not sure of this so I am going to try to contact my Aunt to try and find out.
|A Marine's Daughter||Kaufman|
Thanks for the article. You're awesome and so was your great grandmother
I find it interesting to read all of these stories. There is another lady who looks up obits on Chronicling America and sends them to me. I've had quite an education in Montana history since I got involved in this web site.
We should all be grateful to people like your great-grandmother who saved these bits of history for us.
Added by Judyvv on Jan 01, 2014 2:05 PM
|Barbara Parks||Avory Dehnert|
Thank you for forwarding Avory's obituary. Are you related to this family. Avory was a second cousin three times removed from me. I always love connecting with family.
Barbara A Parks
p/s I am related through his mothers side of the house, the Moores
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