|Lynn Marie Vint (#47138895)|
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One of the best features of Find A Grave is that it provides a forum where years of genealogical research can be shared with others. Please let me know if you have additional biographical or statistical information for any of my memorials, as it is always welcome. The wealth of knowledge that others have sent to me through Find A Grave is astounding. |
If you are aware of links for parents and/or spouses that I have not yet added, I would appreciate it if you would use the edit tab to leave the name and Find A Grave number of the person or people who should be linked.
Thanks to all those who have generously shared your family stories and beautiful photos with me. I sincerely appreciate being allowed to add them to the memorials for your loved ones. The pictures and studio portraits that for years have been carefully preserved in family photo albums, add such a wonderful dimension to Find A Grave. They help create a memorial tribute that is all the more special and meaningful.
Transfers will be considered only if they comply strictly with Find A Grave guidelines. You must state your exact relationship to the deceased. Bulk surname transfers will not be made.
I have put a lot of time and effort into Find A Grave. I strive to make sure that the information on my memorials is as accurate as possible, but I am realistic and know that mistakes do happen. Please use the edit tab to leave a message regarding any errors or omissions that need to be corrected.
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Note: 30 Sep 2013 marked a very sad day for all Find A Grave contributors when the founder of this website sold us out to ancestry.com.
I will continue to add to and maintain my memorials as long as Find A Grave remains a completely free website, open to all without charge.
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|Melvin F. Weiss||Whitener, Winona - Memorial# 95902341|
Lynn, I submitted a name correction in "Edit"
But it also needs same correction in BIO,
see tombstone photo and obituary http://mackleygenealogy.com/~mackley/Obit_Display.php?pid=WH_000292.jpg
Mel Weiss (#47057136)
|helenpatricia||Deer Plain Cemetery,Calhoun, Illinois|
I visited the Deer Plain Cemetery last month, but now I don't know how to direct anyone else to the place--we got a bit turned around finding it. Do you remember what road/connecting roads lead to the cemetery?
I'm descended from Jacob Marshall, the youngest son of John Baptiste Marechal and Christina Voisard (Wisner) whose grave sites are unknown to me; however, Christina's sister Julia Marshall Auer and her family are well-represented in the cemetery.
Pat Stempski aka helenpatricia
|Jean Griesan||RE: August Greamba|
Hi Lynn, I just got this obituary yesterday. This is for Norah Jane "Peggy" Greamba (Young) Crowther, the daughter of Augustus Greamba and Phebe Jane (Clark) Greamba. I hope that this helps!
Pueblo Chieftain, Pueblo, Colorado, Wednesday, May 6, 1964
Mrs. Peggy Crowther Dies; Widow of Congressman
Mrs. Peggy Crowther, widow of Dr. Frank Crowther and one time president of the Congressional Republican Women’s Club at Washington, D.C., died Tuesday at Parkview Episcopal Hospital after a short illness.
Mrs. Crowther entered the hospital April 18 and had two light strokes after being hospitalized.
Mrs. Crowther was a native of Meppin, Ill.
She was married to Dr. James M. Young, a Pueblo dentist. After Dr. Young’s death in 1920, she moved to Washington where she became affiliated with a girls’ school.
In the mid 1920s, she married Dr. Crowther, a congressman from New York. Dr. Crowther had served in Congress for more than a quarter of a century when he retired in 1945. The couple moved to Pueblo after his retirement.
Mrs. Crowther was active in a number of organizations here and was a past president of the City Federation of Women’s Clubs.
She was a member of the First Methodist Church.
Surviving her are four nieces and seven nephews, Charles Greamba, Grand Island (Nebraska); Jacob Greamba, Hopkins, Minn.; Paul and Verbal E. Burns, Raymond, Kan.; Ralph Burns, Eva, Okla.; Arthur G. Kline, Miami, Fla., and William Burtis, Los Angeles, Calif.
The time of funeral services will be announced by George F. McCarthy Funeral Home.
Pueblo Chieftain, Pueblo, Colorado, Thursday, May 7, 1964
Funerals – Mrs. Peggy Crowther. Services Friday, 2:30 p.m., at the Funeral Home Chapel will be conducted by the Rev. Elstun J. Campbell. Interment Roselawn.
|Paul Mills||RE: Clara and Viola Stike|
My Son acquired the Heisser family book from Bea or Beatrice Stotler who is the youngest and only one left of the Stike brood. Bea's son Gary who lives in Washington State moved her from her home in Fenton, MO to An assisted living center in LeMay, MO.
My 15 year old son Paul Mills 4th is just thrilled. He got his Genology Merit Badge and is hooked
My phones are
Lynn, are you a relative of the Sagez family of Calhoun County?
Added by Rwenuts on Oct 11, 2014 8:31 PM
|Jean Griesan||RE: August Greamba|
I have requested an obituary for Nora "Peggy" (Greamba) Young Crowther. I will let you know if it has some good information in it. Perhaps we can tie Peggy in to her parents as well.
I saw that you had so much information, and that you obviously had been researching the Greambas for a while. I just felt like you should have whatever I else I could find for you. :)
|dawn kopesky||RE: kopesky|
Thank you so much for the information and the tip I greatly appreciate it.
|Jean Griesan||August Greamba|
Hi Lynn, I am working with a researcher in Pueblo County, and I saw photos of the gravestone for Augustus Greamba and Phoebe Jane (Clark) Greamba. I found that you had posted significant research information on Find-A-Grave about August Greamba and Phebe Greamba, including a listing of their children. Based on the tombstone photos, there is a monument to August Greamba and the grave of Phebe Jane Greamba in Roselawn Cemetery, Pueblo County, Colorado. They are both listed on the stone, although I'm guessing that, based on your information, the body of August was never recovered. Their daughter, Norah Jane Greamba, married Dr. James M. Young, 1869 - 1917. I found a record of their marriage online in the New York Medical Journal, dated May 18, 1901. They married in Denver on April 30, 1901. Later in life, she went by Peggy. She was buried in Roselawn Cemetery under Peggy Young Crowther. Based on the tombstone of Dr. Frank Crowther, also in Roselawn, she married Frank Crowther, who was a prominent dentist and also a member of Congress, elected from New York. He served in Congress from 1919 - 1942. He moved to Pueblo in 1943. I'm not sure when Peggy and Frank married, but he died in 1955 and she in 1964. You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks, Jean
|G Mann||Rosa Jones|
I could not correct the information on Rosa Jones of Calhoun County, Illinois.
Information verified with 1870 Census and Missouri Marriages 1750 - 1920 and Children mentioned under mothers mem#40054045.
Married John V Jones on April 17, 1884 in St.Louis, St Louis County, Missouri
Rosa Jones maiden name is Seiferman.
Parents: Nicholas Seiferman mem#40054117
Antonia Arnold mem#40054045
I would do the changes; however, I do not understand how to perform that edit function.
With great appreciation for your assistance, Gloria
Added by G Mann on Oct 04, 2014 8:34 PM
|Paul Mills||Sisters: Viola & Clara nee|
Are buried in a Cemetery together in Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri. Viola was divorced from George Smith
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