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Linda Dukes (#46842176)
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Bio Photo Please always attach a memorial# ,When inquiring or trying to edit, so I will know which memorial you are referring to.

You may use any pictures/photos I have posted, thats what this site is all about SHARING information, and finding our loved ones final resting place.

I find it hard to believe people think that this site is about NUMBERS, it is such a genealogical treasure to help people find there ancestors, and link families together...

I love it when people say do not use any of my pictures, and as it turns out they were from me to begin with... hmmm...

creating a memorial John Smith 1888-1900, does not help anyone. you need to complete the memorial. where was John born? Who were his parents? etc etc etc
OTHERWISE WHY BOTHER?
oh yeah...#'s

Quality, not quantity...

I try to create memorials that will help family members find there loved ones final resting place, with as much info as I can find.






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Stephanie Kelly
RE: Emily Lotspeich-Copeland
I have a call into the man that manages the cemetery. I always talked to the church today. I will let you know if I find anything out.
My understanding, after talking to the Allen Co, KS Historical Society and Humboldt Museum, is that most likely William and Emily sent to their children to the safety of the Lotspeich family (well armed and patrolled homestead that was never damaged with the battles that happened there) and they died during the "Bleeding Kansas" time and most graves were not marked well. PS - There is a William Copeland that joined the Humboldt Home Guard right after the first raid, but no record of him at that.
Added by Stephanie Kelly on Jul 26, 2014 7:04 PM
 

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