|K - B (#46576263)|
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Please submit any additions, corrections, biographies, family links or requests for transfer to me under "EDIT" and "SUGGEST A CORRECTION" on the memorial site. Due to email messages going to SPAM or JUNK mail, if you don't use the "EDIT" tab, your request will probably not get processed.|
My interest for genealogy started 30 yrs ago and hasn't waned. The main area of interest is NE Kansas, but has spread elsewhere due to the expansion of family to all parts of the country.
Transfers for memorials outside of FAG's guidelines will be considered, unless they are within my family. Please include your relationship with your request! If relationship is not included, the transfer will not be made. Please use the "EDIT" to make your requests.
Thanks to all the volunteers for finding gravesites and photographing them for me. I am happy to try and do the same. Please feel free to use any of the gravesite photos for your family history.
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|Tom Noble||Maria Agnes Luetmerding Rethman|
While researching some data I noticed their is a difference in the date born on the page compared to the picture of the headstone.
|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 61574741|
I found this article on this fellows death. Please post on the memorial if you wish. Thank you Mary
Article from the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, 26 December 1888 reads…
A BRAKEMAN'S DEATH
Kansas City, Missouri, December 25 - W. E. Peck, a brakeman on the local freight train No. 26, of the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Gulf Railroad was killed yesterday afternoon at South Park by falling beneath the train, three cars and the engine passing over is body before he was discovered. Both legs were cut off and nearly every bone in his body was broken and crushed and his head horribly mangled.
Thank you so much for transferring the five family memorials that you did! I have already started fleshing them out with pictures and biographical information.
|JUDY WHISLER||GRACE LAIRD MCDONALD|
THE PAGE FOR YOUR GRACE LAIRD MCDONALD MEMORIAL HAS THE TOMBSTONE SHOWING ON HER PAGE THAT IS NOT HERS.
THE TOMBSTONE BELONGS TO ONE OF MY ANCESTORS QUEEN GRACE SHERRON MCDONALD. QUEEN GRACE IS BURIED THERE WITH HER SECOND HUSBAND MARTIN MCDONALD AND HER MOTHER MARY J SHERRON.
PLEASE REMOVE THE TOMBSTONE FROM GRACE LAIRD MCDONALD. THEN IF YOU WILL START A MEMORIAL PAGE FOR QUEEN GRACE MCDONALD WITH THE PICTTURE OF HER TOMBSTONE AND THEN TRANSFER HER NEW MEMORIAL TO ME I WILL COMPLETE IT WITH ALL HER CORRECT BIO AND OTHER FAMILY AND PHOTOS.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR KINDNESS,
|Tom Noble||Frances Carolyn Krogman Eisenbarth|
My name is Tom Noble and I was doing some family research when I came across wrong. When I went to Frances's page I noticed she was born in Jan 20, 1908, but when I look at the Headstone picture it says she was born in 1907.
|Ms. Clyde||Jane Conser|
Your memorial for Jane is 54224653
If you want to add to her memorial:
Conser, LeFlore Co, OK – “The little town, established in 1894 and named for Jane Conser, first postmaster…” Published in the Oklahoma Travel Handbook by Kent Ruth, OU Press, Norman, OK, 1977.
|Patricia Kotsch||RE: Obit from Find-a-Grave Entry|
|Patricia Kotsch||Obit from Find-a-Grave Entry|
We are writing a family history book and would like to use Julia's picture and all or part of the obit description in our book. How would like us to identify you as a contributor to our little family history book. Julia was married to Gerald McCoy he is the son of my great aunt Bessie Kohler
Thanks -- George & Pattie
|DP Graves||Transfer Memorials to You?|
I see that you have created &/or are managing memorials for several of the Bartlett family in Mount Mora Cemetery. Would you be willing to accept a transfer of two more Bartlett memorials?
They are two young sisters who were born to David & Phebe Ellsworth Barlett in Ripley County, IN, and died before most of their other children were born. Thank you for your consideration.
|Bill M.||RE: V Meyer|
Thank you for reply concerning V. Meyer. I will try the other avenue.
Added by Bill M. on Nov 18, 2016 1:20 PM
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