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|David Neller||RE: Re: Nellor and Zeyn Grave Photos|
Many thanks for such a speedy reply. I only had time since sending my message to eat a pizza before your message arrived - which is amazing considering the distance between us!
Your help in taking and posting grave photos is much appreciated, but do not put yourself at any health risk from 100 degree temperatures on my account.
Thank you also for your kindness in allowing me to use your photos on my family tree. I have had some of my Find A Grave photos copied by people who claimed that they had taken them (despite livng 7,000 miles away from the graves) so I shall certainly credit you for taking and sharing your photos - I think it's only the right thing to do.
Many thanks and good luck with your own searches.
|David Neller||Re: Nellor and Zeyn Grave Photos|
Many thanks for taking the time and trouble to action my request for Nellor grave photos at Beemer Cemetery.
The family has an interesting history. They left a small village in Hampshire in 1856 and after a short stay in Australia they made their way to Nebraska and became a pioneer family in Beemer. Your photos have helped to illustrate their Find A Grave memorials and are very much appreciated.
I had not realised before that Johann Heinrich Zeyn (Find A Grave Memorial# 44242923) would also feature on the headstone for his wife, Mary Ann Nellor Zeyn. I have just made a further photo request for Johann Zeyn in the hope that you might consider accepting my photo request and adding your photo to his memorial page as well.
I would also be most grateful if you would allow me to illustrate their pages on my Ancestry family tree with your photos. I shall, of course, be happy to credit you with taking the photos and for giving me permission to use them with the caption: ‘Photo taken by hammered13 (Find A Grave) and used with their kind permission’.
I hope this will be OK with you.
Thanks and best regards,
David Neller (#47482893)
May I have your permission to use your photos in my Ancestry.com family tree? Thanks! Bob.
Added by Bjensen on Jan 28, 2016 12:41 PM
|Tuck||RE: Memorial Transfer|
Thanks for the transfer of Anton Grovijohn. I will make the additions.
Added by Tuck on Jan 26, 2016 7:39 PM
|ondreea||RE: looking for missing grave|
Thanks for your time and all the info
Added by ondreea on Jun 07, 2015 5:31 PM
|ondreea||RE: looking for missing grave|
Thanks. He's my 3rd great grandfather. Since they were both living in Beemer and both died in Beemer i'm going with the assumption of same cemetery. I'm hoping he wasnt buried at his residence and is lost.
Added by ondreea on Apr 21, 2015 8:21 PM
|ondreea||looking for missing grave|
I'm looking for the missing grave for Wilhelm Albert Friederich Werbelow. He was the husband of Marie Elizabeth Wobbermin Werbelow and father to Friederich August Werbelow (b. 1835)
Marie's husband Wilhelm was born about 1810 in Germany and died March 3, 1877 in Beemer, NE. Marie died in 1868 and is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery. I'm assuming since Wilhelm died 9 years later and also in Beemer, he is also buried in the same cemetery and not far from his wife. However, his grave is not listed anywhere in the Find a Grave database.
Do you know if his grave is there? I live in SL, UT now and it wouldn't be viable for me to visually look.
Thanks for any assistance.
Added by ondreea on Apr 19, 2015 2:45 PM
|Tuck||RE: Edwin Joseph Litz|
Transferred to you. Glad to help
Added by Tuck on Oct 20, 2014 8:41 AM
|Pam Wagler||Wilburt Bollmeyer|
First, thank you so much for all the work that you do and have done. Great dedication and much appreciated.
Wilburt Bollmeyer is a distant cousin on my mother's side. I'm wondering if I may have your permission to use the photo you have provided? This is in the Correctionville Cemetery. I know I visited this cemetery about 8 years ago, but I sure missed this stone.
Pam Richardson Wagler
|Patricia Redfearn||RE: Hazel and Eugene Leonard|
Good morning Deb,
I've finally created the memorial for Eugene Leonard though I'm really having to search for additional information for him. He's ready to have your beautiful photo added to him, if you have a moment.
Thank you so much!
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