|Sarah Black (#47064197)|
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Relatives Bennett, Brown, Burke, Donnally, Ebben, Forqueran, Hakes, Harding, McCandless, Morrison, Reeve, Slaughter, Slocum, Strong, Tripp, Webster. Always looking for connections |
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|Dennis Harmsen||Edit Requests|
Hello! Have you checked your Edit Tab for your Edit Requests that are pending? Several were made to you last month and nothing has been taken care of. Are you aware of Edit Requests on your Edit Tab? If not, contact/email me and I will assist you. Things are getting back logged. Thank you.
|Kim Haukoos||Lola S Brown Weber|
Lola Sophia Brown Weber was my great aunt, I have been searching for a obit that would identify which cemetery she was buried at. I just found one, and it identifies the cemetery as Lizard Cemetery. I will delete my memorial, would you please include this data for Lola. Thank you, Kim
Lola Sophia Brown Weber
Birth: Jul. 12, 1863
Death: Apr. 8, 1950
Publication: Pocahontas Record Democrat
Date: April 13, 1950
Mrs. Lola Weber, 86 of Gilmore City Dies
Funeral services for Mrs. Lola Sophia Weber, 86, of Gilmore City were held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Lutheran church with the Rev. Mr. Stegge officiating. Burial was in the Lizard Lutheran cemetery.
Mrs. Weber, a resident of the Gilmore City vicinity for some 72 years, died Saturday at her home. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Justin J. Brown, she was born July 12, 1863, in Kane county, Ill.
At the age of 14 she came to Rutland to live with her sister and had resided in that community ever since. She was married Dec. 21,1880, to Henry Weber. Mr. Weber died in 1906. A son Henry. Jr., also preceded her in death in 1924.
Mrs. Weber is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Hannah Cordes of Gilmore City; one brother (sic, Frank was her son), Frank Weber of Pocahontas, and one brother, Ira Fuller of Two Harbors, Minn. Also surviving are four grand children and nine great grandchildren.
transcribed by: Kim Lowrey Murphy Haukoos
Hannah M Salisbury Brown Fuller Preston (1829 - 1911)
Anson L. Brown (1850 - 1890)*
Austin Salisbury Brown (1853 - 1944)*
Lola Sophia Brown Weber (1863 - 1950)
|Bobbie||Frances Heebner Booge|
Thank you for the photo!
Added by Bobbie on Mar 15, 2014 4:46 PM
|Walking Dead||Nellie Frances Murray Torrance|
Hi Sarah, I noticed you added a photo of my grandmother to a Burt contributor's memorial for her. May I ask permission to add your tombstone photo to my ancestry online tree ? I've never seen her stone before ! Thanks to you, now I have. This is my dad's mother.
|Nancy Beyer||Samuel and Ida Johnson|
Could you please link Samuel Johnson (#35965698) with his wife Ida (#35965723)? Also, Ida is the daughter of Andrew John (#94055580) and Emma (#73490471) Nordstrom. Thank you!
|Melissa O'Brian||Elmer J Pavey FAG|
I am so glad to see Elmer Joseph Pavey, is indeed where the Iowa Gravestones Photo Project said he was!
It is a beautiful memorial for a 12 year old boy,who must have meant a great deal to his family.
Thank you for adding his memorial.
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Cottonwood Cemetery|
Thanks for the photos of William and Willie Fickle's markers.
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Rosehill Cemetery|
Thanks for the photo of Luma and John Reames' marker.
|Shaun Boyle||RE: James and Jane Boyle|
I really don't have any better connections. I've really hit a roadblock with these two. I'm hoping this could help me find more clues to their history.
|sleuthesthedead||RE: James Magruder|
I have photographed all the tombstones I could find at Riverside and am in the process of adding them all to Find A Grave, which will probably take me another year as I'm trying to create links as I enter them. So I had his photo on file. Otherwise you'd have had to wait many months as everything is covered with several inches of snow. So happy I could help.
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