Henry THORNBER was my 3x gt grandfather. I have only just found out about his life in America. Apparently he founded this cemetery and I'm so happy to have found his tombstone. Thank you so much for sharing the photos. Ann xx
Added by annie52 on Nov 20, 2015 10:51 AM
|Ronald G Bottens||Transfer records...|
I am a relative to two of your records in the Thronber Cemetery, Hancock County, IL.
Willis D Walter Ellison, find a grave number is #140251547
Maurice Edward Ellsion, find a grave number is #140273794
My Contributor number is #47144523 and my name if Ronald G Bottens. I wanted to tie them together with their parents and the grandparents, etc.
My email is: email@example.com
Thanks for your consideration. If these are your relatives, I could give you the needed information to tie them with other relatives. I would be glad to work with you on this, or, I could get the record back to you after I have added all of this information. Thanks for your thoughts.
|Walt Munza||Clyde Fish 1877-1942|
Clyde filled out a WW II draft card on 27 Apr 1942. He could not have died on 4 Mar 1942. Either your information is wrong or the grave stone is wrong. I think he died 4 May 1942. He would have to die sometime after 27 Apr 1942.
|Lynn Eason||Munford Smith Cemetery|
You have several requests for photos at the Munford Smith Cemetery in Ararat, Virginia. The cemetery is located on my cousin's land in an area rarely visited. My brother happened upon it today while hunting and sent me some photos. There are only 2 actual stones Euell and Samuel Smith so the photo requests you have asked for cannot be completed. The rest of the graves are only marked by rocks. When the weather gets better he has promised to go and map out the cemetery for better reference based upon the burial locations I have from family members.
I have no objections if you want to take over the management of the Mathews grave sites. They are not my relatives, I took the pictures after my brother-in-law was buried in that cemetery. He was their relative. I don't know the procedure to transfer the management, so if I have to write to anyone, let me know.
|sadie 27545||family Siegfried Kin|
finding out from letters from Mary, Dr. Henry's Daughter, sent to my Grandmother in the 40's
My Grandmother was the daughter of Nellie Siegfried who married James Allen.
would love to meet and share with further Siegfrieds any info etc. do we all have a web site to hang out? :)
|Missing My Loved ones||george lowe|
I would like to help you with this but the rose hill cemetery here in okc is not very helpful nor do they have good maintance or grave markers to tell you where ur at. I went to ask them if he's buried here and they said it would cost me 5$ for that info. that their services is for family only and they had to call in to get the info. when i asked for maps of the cemetery so i can find where things are they said tell the family to request the map for the info on which they are inquiring. There phone number is 405-843-5771 or fax number 405-843-5754. Please let me know if I can help in anyway. I dont have my volunteering status turned on cause there are some doing rose hill that have said i dont take professional photos and they dont want to see it on their memorials. so I do try and help but i email the headstones by request.
|Peggy Spengler-Moser||Siegfried family|
Please view memorial page to make sure I got everything correct. Under family linked sons, Peter is not listed. Do you wish to have him listed?
I am also a relative. I am more than glad to add any info you wish to share.
I transferred four Siegfried memorials to you. Abraham Daniel & Elizabeth Pennepacker Siegfried were my great-grandparents.
Abraham & Elizabeth Foust Siegfried were my great-great-great grandparents.
I am keeping my grandmother Celia Elizabeth Siegfried Smith's memorial.
I am putting some of this line on WikiTree.com. You are welcome to join our community. It is free like FindAGrave.
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