|Michael Kearney (#47476572)|
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My family has lived in Clinton County, Iowa since 1840. I was born in Clinton 100 years later. Irish and German ancestry. Fluent in German and Spanish. Published "Midwest Families".|
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|Karen Smith||Hager photo|
Would like to ask permission to use your photo of Harold and Pearl Hager's memorial stone for my family tree. I always give credit! Thanks! Karen
"Chris" Klinge is my 2nd GrGrandfather. He was born in Germany and his full name is Johann Joachim Christian Klinge. I do not know where the "G" listed on his tombstone comes from as the information from Germany reveals the name above. He Immigrated to Clinton County, Iowa, following his older brother Fritz Klinge in 1858. He emigrated from Hamburg on 14 April, 1858 on board a steamship named Borossia and arrive in New York. He ultimately settled on a farm in Clinton County next to the farm of his brother Fritz Klinge (Johann Friederich Christoph Klinge)
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Added by JHaight on Jan 24, 2015 7:33 PM
|Lori Brill McKee Green||110523691 Catherine Anglese Davis|
Michael, Some one brought it to my attention that there is another post for Catherine Anglese Davis which belongs to you. If you are not related will you please transfer her to my account and I will delete my previous post, yours is better. If your are related will you let me know how so we can chat. Thanks, Lori Green #47730025
|Robert Taylor||Ceceilia Hayes Bulger|
It took me all morning to find this headstone and two others. Thank goodness the woman in the office is so accommodating when I look for headstones at Mount Hope Cemetery. Cecelia head stone had sunk so only the name on the headstone was visible but it also was covered by leaves. With disturbing the headstone I was able to "dig out enough dirt to see the entire inscription.
|sjcyoung||George & Sarah Carll Smith|
Michael, thanks so much for the great pictures of these headstones. I very much appreciate your assistance.
Added by sjcyoung on Oct 26, 2014 4:30 PM
|Searching4Genes||Zella Harris Headstone Photo|
Thank you so much for going out and obtaining a photograph of the headstone for this memorial. Very grateful for our volunteers...it is so helpful for my ancestry research.
Always give credit where credit is due. I just wish some other people would have asked to use my pictures that I have taken.
Thank you for the wonderful photo. It is much appreciated. May I have your permission to use this photo in my Ancestry tree?
|ShaneO||Victor Anderson photo|
I linked his parents...you might as well get credit and add the photo to their memorial as well.
Added by ShaneO on Oct 22, 2014 5:44 AM
|Chris||Jerusha McKinley @ Springdale|
Thank you so much for the grave marker photo! I appreciate your generosity. ~ Chris
Added by Chris on Oct 20, 2014 12:33 PM
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