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Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste (#47004275)
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Bio Photo As long as we remember our ancestors in our hearts, they are always with us.....

Even though they are in a different place, they are still a part of our lives, let us not forget the ones who have gone before us.

Surnames: Eltiste, Kaiser, Fink, Rohrs, Bohling, Torbeck, Hoy, Hermenet, Boise and Shively, Kissinger, Loucks, Hoover and many more.

If anyone has any questions about memorials I have created, or wants to send me Additions/Correction/Deletions or would like a transfer. PLEASE, Just send us a note using the "EDIT" Tab, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Thank You and
Happy Hunting!!!

October 30, 2014

New Hoy Family Member: I would Love for you to Visit my new memorial for John "Doc" Hoy and leave a floral tribute. I found his very sad story in an Omaha Newspaper from April 1899. I have no idea what Hoy family he actually belongs to, but have adopted him to mine, nevertheless.

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Ken Snyder
RE: Shiveley - Prairie Union Cemetery
You're very welcome.
Added by Ken Snyder on Jun 03, 2015 8:24 AM
Loren Bender
RE: Need Your Help...
Don Eugene Smith deleted the duplicate as you requested. It was the first mistake I made this year. Yeah right. Say hi to John for me show him my photo to see if he remembers who I am. Have a great day! Loren Bender
Added by Loren Bender on May 30, 2015 8:09 PM
Ken Snyder
RE: Corp. Harold W. Karr:
You're very welcome. I've seen your name on a lot of memorials in this area, so I know you do lots of work for Find A Grave. If I can help in any way, just let me know. Ken
Added by Ken Snyder on May 27, 2015 2:05 PM
Thanks for War Dads Memorial
On the Memorial Day week-end, I'd like to thank you for the research on the World War II Dad's memorial at Sheridan Cemetery near Auburn Nebraska. The photo makes it easy to read the names and your links to cemeteries all over the world for these heros helps us appreciate their supreme effort more. Karen
Added by KEE on May 25, 2015 11:07 AM
Suzzy Thomas
Bert & Estella Bunn
While searching the archives of the Auburn Newspaper for someone else, I happened across a news article about the 18 month old child of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bunn who drowned in a stock tank. I thus made a memorial page for the child, who is buried in Lafayette Cemetery near Brock. You will notice that I went ahead and linked Bert & Estella to him/her. The news article only states CHILD of the Bunns, and Cleo Jessie would be either male or female, although the spelling of the Jessie with an ie usually indicates female, but you never know.

I remember Bert Bunn from the days that I worked at our local hospital when I was a Jr and Sr in high school. I will contact the local funeral home and see if I can get Bert's obituary and determine whether Cleo Jessie was a boy or girl. Just thought you might like to know, as Bert and Estella are on your page.

Added by Suzzy Thomas on May 09, 2015 8:42 AM
Old Country Roots
RE: Hay Tombstones
Hi Kathy,

You are very welcome. The other Hay's that you had requested are not listed in the cemetery listings at the cemetery. There is a book that you can look up the names, when you get there. If you could get a section for me, I would be happy to search them out. I did look in the immediate area where the others were and didn't see them, but it is a huge cemetery.

Added by Old Country Roots on May 08, 2015 9:50 AM
Jim Copley
RE: Evelyn Frohman
You're sure welcome.
Added by Jim Copley on May 05, 2015 11:40 AM
RE: Nemaha Cemetery
Thank you! Sure wish that we could find Levi Rogers, my 4th great-grandfather. Someone suggested a cemetery located in the Aspinwall area as a possibility for Levi.

Finding the Sale/Sayle/Sayle/Sayles family has also been a bit challenging. Sarah is my 4th great-grandmother, and I believe that her husband James also died in Nemaha County, sometime after 1854. Do you know of a cemetery that would be associated with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church?

Thanks again,
Added by MMarkwell on May 01, 2015 9:39 PM
Nemaha Cemetery
Thank you for the pictures you took at Nemaha Cemetery. They are appreciated.

Added by MMarkwell on May 01, 2015 6:48 PM
Suzzy Thomas
RE: Ninnie Rohrs (1868-1895)
Sorry more info here. , if you know a more detailed DOD I would be happy to see if the microfilmed Auburn papers have an obituary. Suzzy
Added by Suzzy Thomas on Apr 29, 2015 3:41 PM
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