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dolph72 (#46897673)
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Adding all surnames of my familys great grandparents, regardless of possible relation, that include but are not limited to: Bender, Clark, Clarkston, Garrison, Grote, Herman, Kies, McCoy, Nees, Oswald, Remmert, Snyder, Vogelsong, Vreeland, Yoder and Zook. If you need any additional information added to anything I have put onto here do let me know.


The easiest way to now request edits for any of my memorials is to submit an edit through Find A Grave. They are much easier to process than digging through hundreds of emails.
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Lexie
Tabitha Bosdell
Her grave has no marker.
Lexie
Added by Lexie on Jul 30, 2014 10:35 AM
Ron Rader
Noyes Cemetery Photo
The one with the sunset. You did good. I'll have to try that at a cemetery some time.
Added by Ron Rader on Jul 22, 2014 6:49 PM
Ron Rader
Noyes Cemetery Photo
Your cemetery photo for the Noyes Cemetery at Mondamin? You did good! I love that picture.
Added by Ron Rader on Jul 22, 2014 6:48 PM
wildcat
William A. Emanuelson, # 37210682
This is my Grand Uncle on my mother's side. Here is some of his information. If you can edit this I would appreciate it greatly. Thanks

William Adolphus Emanuelson:
Born: 10 Jul 1893, Archer Wyoming
Death: Oct 1940, Omaha Nebraska

Mother: Margaret Therisa Bohlken, Memorial# 80096578
Father: Robert Adolphus Emanuelson, Memorial# 80096226
Added by wildcat on Jun 29, 2014 5:09 PM
Linda Linn
RE: Dewell at Magnolia
HI. He is listed in WPA records as being there, but WPA is not 100% accurate either. I am wondering if he is buried near his second wife. She and several other relatives have similar small stone and I am guessing there could be a larger monument also. His CW pension says he died at Magnolia, so it seems like he would have been buried there.
Added by Linda Linn on Jun 25, 2014 9:22 PM
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Eliza Rhone-Rone
yes, it is a duplicate, thank you, I have removed one.
dyanne
Added by DKOWN on Jun 25, 2014 8:43 PM
LarryW
RE: Clinton DeMoss
...and that fits the other piece I found yesterday: his obituary in the Omaha Bee (10/27/11), which lists his date of death as October 24, 1911, at his home in Omaha. Apparently the person who previously said she had found his obituary was working off the burial data.

So, I've posted an edit for his memorial (having messed up filing it twice before -- sorry if you saw those :-/ ), since this looks solid. Thanks again for all your help!

-lw
Added by LarryW on Jun 24, 2014 4:11 PM
LarryW
RE: Clinton DeMoss
Thanks -- this is quite informative! Clinton's date of death in this list matches a potential date I'd just found elsewhere, and is thus an extremely useful piece to the puzzle.

None of the other surnames ring a bell, though -- perhaps there's no significant connection.

Regards,
Larry
Added by LarryW on Jun 23, 2014 8:36 PM
R & J Black & G Key
Dunton
Thank you so much for the kind transfer.
Added by R & J Black & G Key on Jun 23, 2014 7:34 PM
Linda Linn
RE: Civil War Veterans
Hi. Sorry, I'm so late getting back to you. I was gone for the weekend and did not get email notices from Find A Grave about additions or corrections. We are mostly looking to document burials even if there are no markers found.

I believe that it used to be that anyone could request a military headstone for a veteran, but I believe that the government now only accepts such requests from direct descendents of the veteran. You could check with the VA in the county where the person is buried, to see what their policy is. They would probably need an obit or cemetery records to verify burial. We have found several CW vets who have stones in two different cemeteries--sometimes even different states.

Thanks for all your work on Find a Grave!
Added by Linda Linn on Jun 22, 2014 2:55 PM
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