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Jan Farrenburg (#46595255)
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David Wallis
Josephine Eisenbise
Thank you so much for the transfer. I've already added some updates and links.
I forget sometimes when searching, to not always use exact spellings, or it may not be found. The memorial you created, spelled Eisenbise without the E on the end. I accidentally found it when I misspelled it myself.
Do you know wher I can find some other info in the area?
Her husband remarried in Dec 1898 to Mrs Rebecca A____.
Her married surname is very difficult to read on a copy of their license.

Thank you again. You really made my day!!
Added by David Wallis on Jul 29, 2014 11:33 AM
C Early
RE: Elizabeth (Bettie) Hunter Riley
Thanks Jan for the information, I've updated both their memorials. We just returned from a 3 week RV trip & I'm going thru my email messages.
Added by C Early on Jul 05, 2014 4:35 PM
Enoch Riley McMann
Jan, would you please add Enoch's parents to his Memorial #22003770. His father was Reuben McMahan, Memorial 26675796 (buried in Hamilton County, IL in the New Prospect Cemetery. His mother was America McElvain McMahan, Memorial 26675787. He was their son even though he chose to spell his surname McMann. I was told he changed the spelling to McMann because his mail was getting mixed up with another McMahan. Enoch was my father's great-uncle and my parents visited with Enoch and his wife in Missouri.I descend from his sister, Nancy Hannah McMahan Scott. Thank you.
Added by Darlene on Jun 13, 2014 12:26 PM
Q Taylor
Kinnie Wilbourn
Thanks for trying, I really appreciate it.
Added by Q Taylor on Jun 06, 2014 4:13 PM
Mary Elizabeth Till
Augustus Iceman
Thank you for taking your time to look for his grave. Perhaps he is unmarked or the headstone gone if there had been one. I wonder who to contact about cemetery records there just to see if he there.
Added by Mary Elizabeth Till on May 27, 2014 11:37 AM
Hunts Forebears

Thanks very much for taking and posting the photo of C. H. Lancaster.
This was a great help with the family history.

Added by Hunts Forebears on Jan 01, 2014 10:29 AM
Karen Harding
John Riggs #19226534
Can you confirm the headstone error. His date of birth from genology and other data has a totally different date that is years apart. Similar to your attached story on his page. Thank you for your time he was my 2nd great-grandfather.
Added by Karen Harding on Nov 13, 2013 7:57 AM
Graver Gal
RE: Harry H. Bock
Okay, I did all the links and changed the middle names for Harry and Charles.
I would be just as happy to transfer. I am not related at all. Just let me know.
Added by Graver Gal on Oct 05, 2013 7:07 PM
Donald E. Riise
Morgan Byrne
Hi Jan Farrenburg

Morgan Byrne was born in Wexford county Ireland in a result of being on the losing side
of the 1798 to 1799 Vinegar Hill related battles in
SE Ireland (I visited there in March 2012)
I will visiting New Madrid, Mo. for the very first time approx Oct 17 thru Oct 20.
I am interested to know more about children of Morgan and Jane Green Byrne...your find a grave
shows a Luke, Mary....???
My direct ancestor is another son, Napolean Bonaparte Byrne who went with his immediate family
to Berkeley California by covered wagon in 1859.
Please advise what you know about the "other children" of Morgan.....Thanks in advance.
Donald Edward Riise
Oakdale, California
Added by Donald E. Riise on Sep 25, 2013 12:06 AM
Ruddle Memorial #84472761
Ahh! That makes sense then. Why not put a note about that for future finders. Most would not contact you & find out & assume as I did that it was the tombstone of William Ruddle. These old stones are so valuable. And they are a very frustrating family to research in that area.
Added by Ludie on Sep 15, 2013 8:28 AM
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