|Donna Newell (#46786940)|
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|I have been doing genealogy for over 30 years. I am researching, Johnson, Kotrba, Cody, Kafka, Whiteley, Neutzenholzer, Myers, Ellis, Edmiston, Stalb. I live in Ardmore, Oklahoma, I just moved here in 2011 to be closer to my grandchildren. I have been raising Long Coat Chihuahuas for 35 years, we are currently down to just 2. I enjoy going out to cemeteries to take pictures, for myself and others. When we travel in the motor home I try to pick out a couple of cemeteries along the way that are not being actively photographed.|
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|Neal Fenton||Harry Ellis|
We are here to please.
Your servant. Neal.
|Lynn Alan McGriff||RE: Fred E. Lapp|
I'm glad I could help with the photo -- if you need others from Woodland Cem, let me know
|JMW||RE: james T Flaterty|
I track old railroaders, I am one myself, except I am not under YET...John in Missouri
Added by JMW on Apr 28, 2013 4:31 PM
|JMW||james T Flaterty|
do you know what Railroad he worked for?
Added by JMW on Apr 28, 2013 3:59 PM
Yes you may use the photo's. Someone, after you, and before us has been there. They must have unearthed them if they weren't up when you where there. The stones are now in a pile against a tree.
|Bob Goodson||Daisy Lapp Photo|
I also took photos of Dan Lapp (1920-1936), Fred Lapp Jr. (1895-1936), Fay Lapp BeBee (1897-1960), Fred E Lapp (1871-1935), Glenna M Gutwein (1895-1978) and Theodore Gutwein (1889-1963) who all appeared to be related based on the design of the stones.
If you'd like to have the photos, please place photo requests and I'd be more than happy to add them...
|Jane||William Yingling in Beech Grove|
I was in Beech Grove today taking pictures and found the Yingling family in Section 6, Lot 3. There are several of them, but not William. Is there any chance that Tooch B. Yingling (1873-1904) #59125170 is William S. Yingling? The dates match up and he is buried in Section 6, Lot 3.
Added by Jane on Mar 10, 2013 4:18 PM
|Elaine R S||RE: George Marx #47889646|
yeah, i hit send before I was done. You have the picture, of the George Marx that is buried in Resurrection, I had emailed it to you. I wanted to see if you had figured anything else out, since the several emails. The Marx stone I sent you did not seem to fit your George Marx, if I remember correctly.
|katmando||Anne Bell Johnson Akers|
I have made all the changes that you suggested. Thanks for the info.
Added by katmando on Jan 09, 2013 4:43 PM
|Jenn||Theresa Kafka Marx was born in Bohemia.|
there isn't a "Bohemia" option. I have to put it in the bio.
Added by Jenn on Nov 05, 2012 12:53 PM
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