If a memorial is a duplicate, please check the dates of both memorials & notify the CREATOR of the newer one. If one's gotta go, it should be the newer one. Info can always be added to the original. Deleting memorials means notes and flowers people left go away too. Sorry if I'm snappish but it gets frustrating. Just check first.
To request a memorial transfer or edit, please go to the MEMORIAL PAGE and use the EDIT LINK. If sending obit text, please include the source. Thanks!
Tip: Before creating ANY new memorial, PLEASE search the site first. If one already exists for that person, request a transfer. PLEASE don't create a new one. Duplicate memorials leads to confusion for other researchers and a big mess when it comes to linking family members. *********************************************
I am happy to transfer memorials to families to update and maintain. Find A Grave has helped me in my family history and I'm glad to share info that helps others.
If I have uploaded a photo you wish to use, please feel free to right-click on the picture and save it to use as you wish in your genealogy work.
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I believe everyone who's walked the earth deserves to be remembered. Each life impacts another in great and seemingly small ways. For this reason, I create memorials for family and strangers alike. I hope the memorials I add provide people with information they need on their ancestors as well as serve as a place of remembrance.
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Shipley's in Shipley Cemetery Thank you so much for taking pictures of all of my Shipley family's in the Fort Calhoun, Washington County, Nebraska (Shipley Cemetery) I contributed several pictures as well. I am looking forward my Mother's father. I can't seem to find him any where.His name is:Joseph Raymond "Ray" Shipley but folks called him "Ray". YThe family lived in Florence Pct. in Douglas County, Ne. June 5, 1893 is his birth date. He died in 1950 I believe. I would appreciate it if you could try to locate him. He could be any where in Douglas County, Nebraska. Most of the Shipley's are buried at the Shipley Cemetery and others are buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, Douglas Co., but I couldn't find "Ray" there. I am so stumped! I would love to find his burial. Thank you again for all you do...Mary Christensen
Omaha World Herald (Nebraska) May 8, 2000, Monday METRO EDITION
SPIEGAL-Jeffrey S., age 47 yrs. Survived by wife, Devra "Dede"; sons, Justin, Joseph, Andrew; mother, Merrian, all of Omaha; sister, Susan Weinstein, Plymouth, MN. GRAVESIDE SERVICE 1 pm Tues at Beth Israel Cemetery (Mt. Sinai), 76th & Crown Point. In lieu of flowers, memorials to American Cancer Society.
Agnes Christiansen 1892-1907 Hello, I am (slowly) photographing all of Springwell Danish Cemetery; I found Agnes in Block 1. Parents: Find A Grave Memorial# 19891326 I believe Agnes is the daughter of Sorinius F and Christiane M Christiansen. Headstone was in same plot, but no F-A-G Memorial. I have the photo if you'd like it. Larry
PS: If you have any requests for this cemetery, I'm available - (I've only finished shooting Block 1 so far.)
An obituary The following is an obituary for Jens P. Christiansen who is buried in the Kennard Cemetery at Kennard, NE and burial info. Would you post them to his record. It is Find A Grave #17808494. He is buried in Blk 6 Lot 37 Sp 5
Date and place of publication of this newspaper article was not recorded.
Jens P. Christiansen, 63, retired Kennard farmer, died Friday at Dodge County Community Hospital at Fremont.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christiansen, he was born Nov. 4, 1884, and farmed in this county for many years. He and Inger Andersen were married in 1910.
Surviving Mr. Christiansen are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Orville Allison of Tekamah and Mrs. Elmer Desler of Blair; two sons, Walter and Vernon Christiansen, both of Kennard; his aged mother, Mrs. Peter Christiansen; three brothers and a sister; and six grandchildren.
Funeral services, with arrangements in charge of the Bendorf Funeral Home in Blair, were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Kennard Lutheran Church. The Rev. P. L. Thorslev, pastor, officiated, and interment followed in Kennard cemetery. Jack Jacobsen was soloist at the funeral, with Prof. Paul Nyholm of Blair as accompanist.
Among those present from out of town for the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Hansen of Minden; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiese and daughters of Cherry county; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Eastergaard, Harry Eastergaard, and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Beck, all of Custer county; Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Benson, Mrs. Roy Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Orie Andersen and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Petersen and son, all of South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Anders Anderson and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Erving Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rickert, all of Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andersen and daughter, A. C. Nelson, Mrs. Ford, all of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gottsch, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Betts and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Grant, all of Hooper.
RE: Duplicates I don't think you will need to transfer. I may add maybe couple three times. It is a mess. I am getting it done . I just hate waiting for the changes that's what is hard. But then on the happy side I get to meet such nice people like you
George J. Schandelmier George J. Schandelmier's middle name was Joseph. He was born in Shenandoah, Page County, Iowa and died at the Veterans Hospital in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. He married Linda Eugenna Wayne on April 14, 1950.
The Gibbs trio Many thanks for the transfer of cousin Wellington Gibbs and his family. It is very much appreciated and hopefully I can add more info to their memorials as I continue to research the Gibbs branch of my family tree. ~Dale