Doolittle Hello....I have put in and edit for Roy Doolittle but I think I put it on his second wife instead of his....He was married once before Ella Bomhoff and had three children. Once they connect the two I will add her obit from the Osborne County Farmer along with her picture. Thank you for your time.
Grave Marker for Louisa Jane Willhite Hello, You have a marker for her husband Conaway Willhite#49946087 with her name on it. Could I put it on her site or can you? Louisa Jane Chandler Willhite #48223223. Thank you, Norma
Woodburn Cemetery, IA I wonder if I may have your permission to use your cemetery photos on my family website. Check it out at www.freienmuth-shortridge.com/shortridge/cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
I had seen that you had taken a picture of the entrance of Westfork Twp Cemetery. I notice only about 50% of the headstones have been logged in. I know my great grandma was buried in this cemetery and I would love to have a picture of her headstone. I don't know how her name was written on the headstone but her full name is Louise Elizabeth (Barnes) Turner she was either born in 1879 or 1880 and died in 1953. If you aren't able to do it could you please point me to the right person. I would greatly appreciate your help.
#5322342 The government headstone is for his son Thomas Carmody, 16 Jan 1841 - 04 Aug 1924. He died at the Wisconsin Soldier's Home, Waupaca. The 1895 and 1905 Wisconsin Soldier's censuses list Thomas Carmody, Co. I, 43rd, Egg Harbor. This verifies that it wasn't his father who died in 1894.