|Chris Bergstrom (#46610666)|
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My name is Christopher Scott Bergstrom, I have family buried in Fir Lawn Cemetery and Buxton Community Cemetery. I currently manage only a few memorials for my family, but i would be happy to contribute in supplying some photo requests for those two Cemetery's.|
R.I.P. Grandpa We Love and Miss You More Everyday!
My Great Great Grandparents are Joseph Albert Smith & Mintie Bell Warren, Carmel Edward Hartman & Mytle Jo Wykle, William Robert Rand & Audie Mae Isom, Eual Glen Sewell Smith & Allie Dee Gibson, and Thomas Willenbring & Mary Katherine Kolb
*Some Great Great Grandparents i need Information for....
My Great Grandparents are William Alva Smith & Martha Ellen Hartman, Retha Eula Rand & Leo Glen Smith, Edward Leib and Mildred Alice Purnell, George David Bergstrom & Martha Willenbring
My Grandparents are James Dale Smith & Ellen Audie Smith, George David Bergstrom II & Mary Frances Leib
If you have any information on my relatives it would be greatly appreciated and i would love if you could transfer them over to my care...
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|truck||Gravestone for Florian & Mary Ebben|
Thank you so very much for taking this picture, we tried but could not locate it.
Added by truck on Aug 20, 2016 2:41 AM
|Julie Doty||RE: Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Wilmington, IL|
You can try reaching out to the Wilmington Historical Society or you can contact the city to find out who manages the Mt. Olivet Cemetery so they can go through the records with you. I have found that in these small towns, people are very willing to do what it takes to get this information for you.
|Scott McManimen||RE: Timothy O'Donnell|
It's a very common name, this burial was at Mt. Olivet in Chicago.
|Momence Genealogy Corner||RE: Purnell's from Momence|
We are reading newspapers and posting the obituaries, marriages and photos we come across on facebook at Momence Genealogy Corner. There is a index on that page under files. Please join the page. We add to it as we work the newspapers.
|Glenn Benner||James & Anna Lawler|
Thank you for the additional info for the Anna Lawler memorial page. Your edits have been accepted. I have transferred Anna and James to your care. Family first. They are lucky to have family who care as you do !
|Barbara Crawley||O'Guinn, Doty|
Chris, I was reading one of your public messages, and noticed both names I have mentioned above. It just seemed strange because my great grandmother married John O'Guin, Her maiden name was Harper, however her mother's maiden was Seagraves, and her grandmother's maiden name was DOTY----just food for thought,
Glad I could help a little.
Added by ranny on Jul 15, 2016 10:41 AM
I sent you a message by way of your email earlier today...I see you have figured out the details of Nancy A Della O'Guinn. Constance Murphy was Della's sister Rosa's daughter. Is there anything else I can help you with?
Randy O'Guin, ranny Find A Grave 47208269
Added by ranny on Jul 12, 2016 5:47 PM
I see you have already found Nancy A Della O'Guinn Collier's Find A Grave memorial. The only info you seem to have not found is that Constance was Della's sister ROSA's daughter. Is there anything else I can help with?
Randy O'Guin, ranny 47208269
Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins
Added by ranny on Jul 12, 2016 5:28 AM
|Mona Rhone||RE: Mary Elizabeth Cogswell|
I just found the New Haven Mary E. Cogswell on Ancestry, in a member's Family Tree. She was born Oct 1882, in Lanarkshire, Scotland, and died 11 Feb 1951, in New Haven, Ct. She lived in Rhode Island for 30 years before her death in CT.
It's not possible to transfer a memorial back to me so I think I will create another one in Hamden Plains Cemetery, since there are relatives looking on Ancestery.
Glad that mystery is solved.
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