hi bonnie, thank you for taking pictures of both stones. my sister is in the process of putting a photo album//scrapbook of my mother's of the family.
in the box of stuff there was obituary for Sister Lynch and my sister asked me to research both her and Sister Mary Collette and find out which one was direct family. Sister Lynch may have been a friend of Sister Mary Collette. we do not know for sure. it's been interesting finding out who is family. the Leary side of of the family has changed their last name from Leary to O'Leary so often it's hard tracing any thing with this family.janey
Added by janey on Oct 13, 2013 6:52 PM
Thank you so much for taking a photo of Sister Mary Collette O'Leary's stone. she was my Great Aunt on my mother's side of the family. again Thank you so very much. janey
Added by janey on Oct 13, 2013 5:26 PM
|M Navratil / Galbraith||RE: Sister Rebecca Dobbels|
Sr Rebecca and I attended Marycrest College together. I attended her memorial service at the Sisters of Humility of Mary Center in Davenport, IA where I met her parents. Sr. Gretchen was close to Rebecca.
|Thomas||RE: Lily and Tony Tuschick|
Yes - they are my aunt and uncle. If you want to transfer them to me, I would appreciate it!
Added by Thomas on Sep 21, 2013 8:31 PM
|Elliffen||Adolph P Arp|
If anyone wants a copy, I found a little newspaper article about A P Arp and son A D Arp of Davenport from 1945.
Added by Elliffen on Sep 17, 2013 3:33 PM
|Marty & Harley||Dorsett photos|
I have moved the Dorsett Memorials to Woodlawn Cemetery in Augusta Illinois....thanks for your help. You are a peach:)
|Jeanne Nagel||Photo Requests|
Hi Bonnie, thank you for filling our photo requests.-Jeanne Nagel
|Jeanne Nagel||Lizzie Johnson|
Thanks so much for the photo of her headstone.-Jeanne
|David Olsen||Kenneth Tucker|
Thank you so much for the photo for Kenneth. He was one of several men from B Company 2nd Battalion of the 12th Infantry that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
|dolph72||RE: June and Harvey Habinck|
Mount Hope is not an overly large or complicated cemetery. All burials are listed at the central building and maps are also available. June and Harvey are located in Section 5 Lot 86 which is on a slight hill under a bunch of trees.
Added by dolph72 on Oct 22, 2012 6:55 PM
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