|Roberta DeBoor (#47420454)|
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|public name||RE: Otto and Regina Schwartz|
for Schwartz info.
That would be great. I am trying to link the immigrant Fred Schwartz's 10 children. So far I have 7 out of 10. He is from Lomira, WI, so I appreciate the Mn. help.
|Judie Custer||RE: Mildred Stone|
You are very welcome!
|salemsilver||George Finley Silver|
Were George and his first wife divorced ? It would appear so, but I never did know. Your Silver goes back to 1637 in the US and he was born in 1622.
|Toni||Patricia Lee Ness Cole|
I have also added a pic of the above gravestone to her memorial.
Added by Toni on Jan 17, 2013 6:23 PM
|JaciDaye||re: Shirley Irene Johnson Mundahl|
I have been photographing headstones for all of Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery and in doing so have taken Shirley's , of which I posted to her memorial. If you do not want it there, let me know and I will remove it. :)
Added by JaciDaye on Dec 07, 2012 3:01 PM
I'm sorry -- Benjamin is buried at Homewood Memorial Gardens, but his son, Jasper Page, is buried at Beverly Cemetery in Blue Island, Cook, Illinois. (I have seen Jasper's death certificate as well which indicates the cemetery for him). Can you please add Beverly Cemetery to Jasper's memorial? Thanks again : )
Added by Calcat on Nov 19, 2012 5:00 AM
|Calcat||Benjamin F. Page - 65331922|
Hi Roberta - You have a memorial for Benjamin F. Page (died 1912) and you don't have a cemetery for him. He is actually buried in Homewood Memorial Cemetery, Cook, Illinois. I have his death certificate which states he was buried in Oaklawn Cemetery. This cemetery became Homewood memorial. His son, Jasper Page, is also buried in this cemetery, by the way. Can you please add the cemetery to Benjamin's memorial? I'll also send you more info. Thanks!
Added by Calcat on Nov 19, 2012 4:51 AM
|B. Hahn||RE: Peter & Anna Setbacken|
It was my pleasure. My parents farmed north of Lake Preston from 1936 to 1984, and I know that they talked about the "Setbackens". I was taking photos of some of my relatives' graves, and thought I'd see if I could solve a couple of the other "mysteries".
Glad I could help,
Added by B. Hahn on Oct 01, 2012 6:56 PM
We maintain this memorial because Clear's were members of our Friends Meeting (Winchester Friends Church in Winchester, Indiana)around 1955. They lived at Richmond at the time and evidently drove to Winchester to church. But that is all I know about them. We probably have some members who remember them. Helen was Clyde and Flora Addington's daughter.
|Kathy Solem||RE: Judith Wevik|
Thank you for your help.
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