|W Proffitt (#47737790)|
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|I've been researching my family history since 1994: the Proffitt/Little families of St Clair County, Illinois; the Kamp/Schowengerdt families of Warren County, Missouri; the Herman/Zielke/Steinke/Prietz families of Prussia and Chicago, Illinois; the Davies/Hardy families of S. Wales, Nottinghamshire, England, and Momence, Illinois; the Dale/Belcher families of Indiana and Peoria County, Illinois; the Wilson/Brown families of Wayne County, Illinois; the Miller/McDowell families of Edwards County, Illinois.|
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|Benita Steyer||Pearl & Jim Wulf|
Thank you for the picture!
|Benita Steyer||Pearl & Jim Wulf pictures|
Thank you for taking my Aunt Pearl and Uncle Jim's memorial pictures. There is another Navy memorial where they have their names with a picture engraved. I have a not very good picture of it that my mother took years ago. If I post the picture could you find out more about it, or take a new picture for me? All my mother knows is that it was located on a mountain by the coast. LOL (She is 82.) They were remarkable people, I am so proud to have known them!
|John Armstrong||Dr N C Proffitt, Kingston, TX|
I have hot linked to the siblings.
Emmitt Clayton Proffitt was my Great Grandfather. His son JD Proffitt was my Grand Father. JD grew up on the family farm near Jonesburg MO, he worked at a company called Binkley's -- I believe it was in Warrenton, lived briefly in St. Louis, served with the US Army in the Pacific during WWII, and settled in Marion IA after the war. He married Neoma Ward in 1946, they had 2 children (Monnie [my mother] and Jim). JD worked at Quaker Oats in Cedar Rapids for 42 years retiring in 1988. He passed away in 2009 and his grave is located at Cedar Memorial Cemetary in Cedar Rapids, IA. He has 2 children my a first wife (John and Janet who I do not remember). My grandfather JD was as nice of a person as you would ever meet.
|Gary McDowell||RE: ROBY Headstones|
I found a book in Willard Library in Evansville, IN that has many more names for this old cemetery. Apparently, it was done many years ago when the tombstones were in much better shape.
I hope to have them updated to Find a Grave soon.
|Dan Ryan||RE: Thanks for the photo!|
They were close to the road where the snowplow had covered them with extra snow so it took 2 attempts to find them.
Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 17, 2014 5:12 PM
|Dan Ryan||Gertrude D. Hulse|
Sorry, but Gertrude does not have a stone. I included a photo showing the graves of Ida, & Charles & the grave where Gertrude is. Jacob is to the right of Ida (not in photo).
Let me know if you want the photos removed.
Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 08, 2014 11:29 AM
|Dan Ryan||RE: John T. Dale|
Will be HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY to see the return of the robins!!!
Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 02, 2014 1:52 PM
|Dan Ryan||RE: Thank you!|
You're welcome, enjoy helping out :)
Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 02, 2014 1:48 PM
|Dan Ryan||John T. Dale|
I believe this is the John Dale that you are looking for, beside him is buried America Ann Dale McDaniel 1867-1955. I figured she might be a sister & "Dale" was a maiden name but I corrected her maiden now.
We just received another 3" of additional snow this morning but will get you a photo as soon as possible.
Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 02, 2014 12:24 PM
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