|Bob & Kathy (#46809234)|
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|Genealogy has been a big part of our lives for the last several years. We are as far back as we can go in our family without some very large break through, so we have decided to devote some time to finding the final resting place of as many of our ancestors as possible. |
Thanks to Findagrave we are making some progress. Now on our trips, we always check for photo requests in the area and are trying to give as many photos as we receive. We also try to take photos of as many old or unique headstones as possible. We see too many old headstones that are unreadable or partially destroyed, we want to do our part to save in pictures as many as we can.
Please report any errors we post (we want to be as correct as possible).
Researching: The Tabor Connection,The Jett Connection,The Hair Connection,The Rattray Connection, Rich/Wagner Connection.
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|M G||Elizabeth Luke|
Birth: 1832, Germany
Death: Jul. 14, 1910
John Luke (1868 - 1956)*
Mary Luke (1872 - 1960)*
Note: Burial: 16 Jul 1910
Saint Anthony Cemetery
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Created by: Bob & Kathy
Record added: Mar 30, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18683561
This is the wife of my Great Uncle, Joseph Luke. Is there by any chance a tomb stone marking her grave is in this cemetry?
Her children, John Luke and Mary Luke tombstones are pictured.
Also I have been searching for where her husband, Joseph Luke, July 23/1831 to Nov 12/1908. I am assuming he would be buried at St. Anthony's Cemetry, as well. Do you have any way of searching for me? I would really appreciate this.
Thanks for your help.
Added by M G on Jun 12, 2014 7:57 PM
|J. James Sandy||63413945 Mary Paugh|
Would you pls link her to her father John W Sandy #117779162 and if not family tree member would you pls transfer. Thank you
|Crystal Lane||RE: George Herbert Roberts|
I am not sure if I am related yet. I have been making photos in the V.A. Cemetery. I haven't got a chance to do a lot of research yet (:
I would keep it too. The only place I can recall seeing it as Hubert was in the V.A. records. It could be a typo. You never know. If I do run across anything else I will let you know.
|LGUHSE||RE: Paul William Hair|
I have transferred him to your care. I'm very happy that I could help and that he is with family. Take care, LGuhse
Added by LGUHSE on Apr 10, 2014 7:19 PM
|LGUHSE||Paul William Hair|
Hello! Is this your relative? I am no relation to him. I just wanted to create a memorial in the hopes that someone who is related to him would be able to find him and take care of his memorial.
Added by LGUHSE on Apr 05, 2014 5:02 PM
|CW Loeffler||Killin memorials|
I've linked the memorials for the Killin family at Elbert Cemetery, as per your request. Thanks for your contributions to Find-A-Grave.
|Pattie Ford||Ida Rogers|
Links are set up to parents
|Doretha Diefenbach-Hines||William Winkles|
William W. Winkles, born in Indiana
Died: April 15, 1902 at the age of 69 from valvular disease of heart.
I believe he is possibly buried in the soldier section 23. He has a blank tombstone.He would be in row 5 grave 5,6, or 7.
He was a Private in Co. C. 87th Illinois Infantry
|LaVerne Greear Bloemker||Martha E. Stepp|
Bob & Kathy - I posted two photos to the memorial for Martha E. Stepp who is buried in Vincent Cemetery, Alhambra, Illinois.
Kathy, Thank you for the links for Mayme's parents. Greatly appreciated. Vera
Added by Vera on Feb 25, 2014 3:25 PM
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