|Beverly Rolf Miller||Lolita Hill Boehmer|
Yes her maiden name was Hill. The Hill family is in my family tree.
|Collins Crapo||Clifford George Folkman #20156983|
I searched this site for other people named Clifford Folkman & found the guy named in the subject, whose 1st wife Lillian died in 1948. Thus it is likely that this Cliff is the one whom Helen married in 1953, rather than Clifford Lamont Folkman. So as soon as I finish typing this, I will submit an edit of Helen's spouse links to your Edits tab.
|Ron||RE: Thank you!|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help.
Added by Ron on Jan 10, 2015 7:19 PM
|Ken Smith||Sarah Brown Babcock|
You should get together with Gwen and remove one of the memorials for Sarah. Also as far as her husband James' memorial is concerned, you should really spell his name Babcock and include the other spelling in his biography. Its much more likely to be duplicated with the Badcock spelling, because people will search for him using Babcock.
My error-Frances Clark was a lady. I'll do more checking-Dorothy may be her sister.
|Kenneth D. Tyler||Julius Simons|
Three other Ancestry researchers have his birthplace as Ohio. In the 1850 federal census in Marengo, Julius, recorded as Alfred J., was living with his parents. The record verifies that he was born in Ohio.
|Gwen Lockwood||James Badcock #82259966|
I would prefer that Find A Grave fix this (if they can) and that you be designated as the manager. I haven't looked at that entry for some time and didn't know it had become such a mess. You are more than welcome to become the manager.
|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||RE: Rufi|
Posted Samuel's as well.
|dm wms||RE: Geo Parker # 117954644|
You're welcome for the death notice. Sometimes just the bare facts are the best way. I am happy to have added to his memory.
Added by dm wms on Sep 05, 2014 7:42 PM
|Raymond Shaefer||RE: Biesemeyer|
I took photos of gravestones at Most Pure Heart of Mary Cemetery (Catholic - I assume). That is where I got the photos. However, I have the feeling that the Chamois United Church of Christ Cemetery shares same cemetery location. Now I am not certain as to which this stone belongs. As I recall the front of the cemetery had family names that were not typical of the Catholic surnames, so I am thinking that this is where the problem is! I did not notice another sign that differentiated, but it may exist.
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