|William Peel (#47327611)|
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William: I've been doing Family Genealogy since December of 2003. Came to "Find A Grave" in August of 2010. I think this is a great Web Site. Wonderful way to remember those who have left us and find others we didn't know that existed. More than happy to take Photographs in my area.|
Researching Surnames: Bird, Gassaway, Gottberg, Hubbard, Melcher, Richardson, Wilson, and Zessin.
Can't get any greener than a train!
Always goes by train!
My favorite color is Purple!
Mary Ann (Melcher) Hubbard
William (Bill) Milton Hubbard
Thank you so much to all who visit my family and friends and for your wonderful "Flowers". I appreciate it!
Fort Logan National Cemetery:
ALL OF SECTION B: Upload Completed
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ALL OF SECTION T1: Upload Completed.
PARTIAL SECTION U: Preparing for Upload.
Spoke to another Contributor, he has done all of SECTIONS: 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 & 13.
Another is working SECTIONS 10 & 23.
SECTIONS A & H completed.
Grave sites of:
Green's: Currently Photographing
McIntire Cemetery, Wild Horse, Colorado.
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|Evelyn||Harry Lee French Memorial# 51750983|
Thank sir for the info you added to one of our relatives that died for this country, please make sure I did what you ask.
Added by Evelyn on Aug 31, 2015 1:31 PM
|Barbara Robinson||Zessin Family members|
Hello, my name is Barbara Anderson Robinson and my maternal grandmother was married (the second marriage) to an Alvin E. Zessin who came here from Germany. I, by accident yesterday, came by the name of Albert Zessin who is interned in the Crown Hill Cemetery in Madison Norfolk Nebraska. Seeing that he also came here from Germany, I believe he or some of his family members are related to my/our step grandfather. He married our maternal grandmother, I do not know when, and her name was Alene Ford Ford . Yes she was a Ford and married into the Ford family. She and Papa Zessin lived in Florida. It is to much of a conscience that he and the Zessin's in your area are not related some how. Is it possible for you to get me in contact with any family member still living? Papa Zessins parents were Paul and Aloisia Zessin. He came here from Berlin, Germany and she from someplace in Austria. I am working on our family genealogy and would love to know more about his family. Did he ever have children before he and my grandmother married? Thanks for NOT trashing this but for helping me. my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org and if someone contacts me ask them to please put in the subject line Zessin or something to that effect so that I will know the email is one I should open. THANKS Barbara
Thank you William for posting a photo of my Grandma (Janet R. Kirschís) headstone on here. Itís hard when you live far away from your deceased loved ones & canít visit them often. Itís nice that a little technology has given us another place to memorialize our loved ones Thanks again!--Tina
Added by Tina on Aug 21, 2015 9:07 PM
|R. Dotson||RE: Ralph Hubbard-14328874.....|
Thank you so much for adding your photo of the war memorial to Ralph Hubbard's memorial page. I think I prefer to leave your photo at the top of the page. I think it shows exactly what he contributed to all of us that are still here and is a great honor to him. I appreciate so much that you traveled to get this picture. The only thing that I think should ever be above your photo would be a picture of Ralph Hubbard himself.
Thank you so much!
|MORRIS SWEET||Ronald Ralph Wilhelm|
Thanks for the photos, extra trip and the correction. It is great that you can help with the photos. Wonder how he got his promotion after his wife died. Sargent to Captain.
|Tony Chiofolo||Maurice Ciofalo|
I am truly sorry about the mix up. Maurice was buried at St Paul's Lutheran Cemetery in Flossmoor Illinois. Forgive me for the mistake. I do appreciate your time and effort.
Thank you very much for the photo of Robert's grave stone. I appreciate your kindness and quick response. Kitty
Added by Kitty on Jul 30, 2015 6:08 AM
Thank you so much for your photo of Chester McAllister's headstone! I really appreciate it!
|WalksWithAngels||Sarah Gilden @ Riverside|
I wanted to make you aware that the grave for Sarah is unmarked and does not have a marker or stone.
Let me know if I can assist you further, as I am one of the volunteers at Riverside.
Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave.
|John Russell Pierson||Joseph Warren|
Thanks for the pic!
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