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Dan Ryan (#47117489)
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wini hartley
I forgot!! Lottie is buried in Linwood next to my 3x gr grandparents Charles and Caroline.
Added by wini hartley on Jul 23, 2014 1:45 PM
wini hartley
Alzina Swanson
Hi I have a question about Alzina Swanson whose mother was Lottie (Charlotte) and father was Andrew Swanson. I was wondering how you knew Alzina married a man named Moran and hwere you found it. Andrew was my 2nd great uncle and I've been looking for Alzina!! Any information would be helpful!! Thanks so much! Wini Caudell
Added by wini hartley on Jul 23, 2014 1:43 PM
Mike McMullen
RE: James Brennan
Dan, it would my pleasure to have James' memorial transferred to take and update

Added by Mike McMullen on Jul 23, 2014 5:43 AM
Robert Ehinger
RE: Ella Granberg Scott
It's very kind of you to answer so quickly but if this Ella Scott is buried next to a Wm. Scott, it is not likely that it is the Ella Scott I am looking for even though the birth year is close if not actually exact.
My search for Ella Granberg Scott is for one who is married to Arsamas "Same" Scott and I know of no one in the family that has ever mentioned any other husband.
What is so frustrating about this is that I have closely followed them in family records, the census etc but of course, after 1940 there is no available census records. Even though I have photographs of them that are as late as the late 40's, no one in the family has any recall of what happened to them late in life, even though they are always found earlier living within close distance of other Granberg family members.
Being childless is a real barrier.
This seems so solvable but has turned into a real "brick wall" for me.
Thanks again
Robert Ehinger
Added by Robert Ehinger on Jul 20, 2014 12:46 PM
Charles & Marsha Condreay Tinkham Garrett
Thank you so much fortaking the pictures of Ir and Hazel Tinkham's headstones and their daughter Carol Robertson

Charles Garrett
Added by Charles & Marsha Condreay... on Jul 20, 2014 9:47 AM
Robert Ehinger
Ella Granberg Scott
I believe the burial record at Parkview for the above named person may be the long lost aunt of my wife that I have had a terrible time trying to locate any relevant information-somewhat due to the common name.Ella and her husband "Same" Scott had no children.
But this person has the correct birth year and may have lived in that area late in life because her brother Edward Granberg lived in Silvis.
Can you tell me how to obtain more specific infor mation about this person's burial and any local sources that may be helpful about finding an obit?
Bob Ehinger
Added by Robert Ehinger on Jul 19, 2014 3:15 PM
William A. Moffatt
Hi - have a document in my hand that William A. Moffatt was first buried at Moffatt's Cemetery, 3900 S.W. Adams Street, and was reburied at Springdale, by request of his wife (only named Mrs. W.A. Moffatt), when the Moffatt's Cemetery was closed. "She was present when the remains of her husband's mother and two of his brothers were taken out of the ground."

A casket containing the remains of one of the brothers was all metal, encased in glass. The glass was broken when the casket was raised, so they opened it (!) The casket was reburied at Fairview Lawn in Springdale, along with the other caskets dug up that day, ao the brothers should be buried near this William A. Moffatt, the mother, and his unnamed wife!

The Moffatt burial ground on S.W. Adams was HUGE and contained (at least) 45 Civil War soldiers.
Added by Shawdau on Jul 18, 2014 7:34 PM
Julie Ryan
Thanks again for your photography work. I appreciate it very much!
Added by Julie Ryan on Jul 17, 2014 9:00 AM
RE: Thomas H Webb
Thanks for the offer, Dan, but I'm not that closely related (I'm just a dedicated genealogist filling in the gaps), so I'll pass on the offer and if I find anything more, I'll be sure to let you know.

Best wishes, Michelle
Added by Michelle on Jul 15, 2014 2:24 PM
Leslie Vollnogle
Thanks for the photos
Added by Leslie Vollnogle on Jul 15, 2014 6:41 AM
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