|KE Tuttle (#47292223)|
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"Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation." Lois Wyse (20th century)|
"Life is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." S Pierce in memorial of "Woody" and Wilda Woodward.
I am a grandmother picking up the genealogy work started by my father, mother and uncle. As a member of DAR, I helped with the Centennial Chaper NSDAR project of photographing all the headstones in Weld County Colorado. http://www.coloradodar.org/chapters/centennialstate/cemeteries.html
Now I am combining work and putting my family genealogy (ancestors and descendents) on a data base and reaching out to family via memorials across the nation and around the world and taking photos of cemeteries where I go for others.
If you have a friend or relative in Mountain View, Idaho Veterans Cemetery, Terrace Lawn or Cloverdale Cemetery, Dry Creek or Old Pioneer (Idaho City), I will be glad to take a photo of the headstones for the memorials or transfer memorials that I manage.
If you want to copy any of the photos I have posted, feel free to as long is it is not used for profit.
"If ever there is tomorrow when we're not together... there is something you must always remember. you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we're apart... i'll always be with you."
~from Winnie the Pooh
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|Joanne Morehouse||John J. Arcand at Evergreen|
Yes, it looks like it is probably the person you are looking for. The date on the memorial is probably the burial date, which I will correct after I verify it. He is buried in the same plot as Claude Arcand.
|Heather ||Hannah Foss|
I found the marker for Hannah Foss, her husband, son and her husbands second wife. I have photos of all of them if you need/want them.
Added by Heather on Apr 05, 2014 3:48 PM
|Michael Hague||RE: Arlene Martha Briggs Ahlbrandt|
I never met nor knew Arlene or any of the Ahlbrandt family. My mother said she met Arlene. I could not find a SSDI or an obituary for Harry or Darlene so they might be living.
My mother lived in Fort Collins from the mid 1930's until the early 1950's with her parents. They lived on Park St in F.C.. She she been living in Northern California since the early 1950's and will turn 87 next month. Do you still live in the F.C. area ? Last time I was there was in Feb 2009.
|Robert Copeland||RE: John Briggs|
Aww shucks, ma'am! Bet Wesley, Jr. would love some of the many craft beers brewed in Fort Collins these days. Anyway, L. Wesley's memorial now has pic. Also I've added a photo showing the family grouping of four headstones to Anita's memorial. Also established an as yet incomplete memorial for Martha Freyermuth (Anita's mother or sister?). Will get a photo for it in a day or two (might snow tonight). Can't read death date for the flowers, but we'll remedy that.
|Michael Hague||Arlene Martha Briggs Ahlbrandt|
Linked Arlene to her parents. Thanks.
Arlene grandparents are my great grandparents, Walter & Emily Parr Wood at Grandview Cemetery in Fort Collins. In 1995 Arlene wrote "Descendants of Walter & Emily (Parr) Wood". She was a gifted writer. Her husband, Harry is a distant cousin.
Thanks again for the links... Michael
Yes, there are two Flora Guymon's. She has the picture of grave. I don't know how to request a combination of info. I have all the family names. Do I contact her? That would sound logical. I have had serious injuries and don't remember a lot of things that I use to. Your suggestions would help a lot.
Added by SueJ on Mar 31, 2014 4:33 PM
|Sue Ann Harfst||Ruby Oliason|
I was out at Cloverdale yesterday, and found that the death date plate had been added to her marker, so I took the new pictures, and replaced the ones on her memorial and on her husband's. I did not see any plate indicating DAR membership, but I cannot lean over to look closely at the ones there. If they add any more, and you want new pictures, just let me know.
|Marsha Ensminger||RE: Klingemann|
It's rather distant... he's a cousin of some of my father's cousins. But I'll be glad to take him if that's closer than your relationship.
I put the date as 1783 because that seems to be the unanimous number. Of all the documents, there doesn't seem to be a primary source, but that's no surprise for this time period.
|EveyBl||Henriette Tuttle Fry|
Saw your comments about Henriette. I do not believe she was born late in Lewis' life, but from earlier. Here are the notes I have recorded for Henriette:
A lawsuit was filed on October 14, 1886 in Clark County, Indiana over 80 acres of land in dispute. The plaintiffs were: Dela D., Leonard H., and William L. Tuttle; Henriette, wife of William Fry; and, Henry A. and Anne B. Tuttle (minors) with guardian Mary Willis (formerly Mary Louisa Moore Tuttle and widow of Henry Tuttle). The defendants were: Henrietta Tuttle (widow), Isaac Tuttle, Theodore Tuttle, Rosella M. Tuttle (minor), Laura Belle Eaken, Mary Emma Eaken, and Henry Edwin Eaken (minor). Henriette Fry must have been another of the daughters of Lewis and Mariamne Tuttle. The Eakens have not been identified, but may be the children of Victoria. Victoria was not living in 1886; she had three children. Nothing has been found with regard to why Enos Tuttle (b. 1858) is missing from this suit, but I speculate he avoided taking part due to his marriage with the daughter of Henrietta (widow). The initial D. with Dela may by a typographical error.
Added by EveyBl on Mar 20, 2014 11:51 PM
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