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I have been gathering family information for over 25 years and consider myself a beginner. I love to share information and pictures with others on line. I live a long ways from my areas of interest and I am thankful for those willing to help. If you see any errors or know something I haven't noted and would like to see please let me know.|
If you are related and would like me to transfer any of my North Idaho Memorials to you, please let me know.
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|P.O.W. Dad||Charles M. Ford|
The Charles M. Ford buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery in Council Bluffs, Iowa, is indeed the son of Mary Ruth Martin Ford. I added memorials for Mary, daughter Etta, son Harry and his wife Nellie, and their daughter Virginia. I also took and posted photos of their headstones.
I seen your flower on the memorial of Charles Ford, and wanted to let you know in case they are family.
|wanda nitterhouse||Elizabeth Caveny Hetrick - 46786213|
I was researching the wife of Heilman Huber and I saw your note on Elizbeth Hetrick's memorial. So I wanted to tell you that Heilman married M Elizabeth Caveny in 1 Dec. 1901 in Harrisburg, Pa. He died in March 1902! She married Samuel Hetrick on December 2, 1914. They married in York, Pa and she is listed as Elizabeth Keefer on the marriage certificate though it mistakenly gives Heilman's death as March 1900.
Heilman (who is related to me through his mother's line) and Elizabeth's parents are all buried in Paxtang Cemetery here in Harrisburg. I have put edits through to link her to them and to add her maiden name.
|Kelly Howell||Joseph Robert Ringel|
You are welcome. Since you are family would you like to manage your Uncle's memorial. Let us know
|LR Jolley||RE: Wilhelmsens|
Thanks for your response Odette. Yes, we are probably related, distant cousins. Their wives, Ida & Lillian are my great grandfather's sisters. I am not as directly related to the Wilhelmsens as you are. Thanks for all the work you've done on Find A Grave, and to help with family history research! LR Jolley
|Scott Adell||Bertha Fuller/ALKIRE|
Thank you Odette!
|Linda Rhoadarmer||James Phelon|
Should I have cut all the brush in the Cochran lot? I was feeling bad as it was in cutting the little I did. I kept thinking the brush will protect the beautiful headstone from the weather.
I found his parents and have linked him with them. I hope the one who made his memorial will take the time to add them. In case she doesn't, I have put them in under the picture I added. Cochran is related to him so that is why he is in the Cochran Lot. I wish the cemetery would put name tags for all those who are buried in his lot. Linda
|Linda Rhoadarmer||James Phelon - 13785581|
You have done so much research on memorials you have researched. Good job.
Take a look at James' memorial. I did go back to Pine Grove. Linda
|Linda Rhoadarmer||RE: James C. Phelon - 13785581|
I think I will go back with clippers. It was covered up and what I could get, I had to hold the branches back to even get this shot. The stone was tall; not close to the ground. I will double check. I like a mystery. Linda
|Linda Rhoadarmer||James C. Phelon - 13785581|
I am not sure if this headstone was missed or the old one has been replaced. Linda
|crashkey||RE: Amos Winey Photo|
You're welcome! Sounds like your husband and my husband are related. If you're interested, I've got a Genealogy website with even more information about the Winey family. You can find the main page here:http://www.caskey-family.com/genhome/
And Amos Winey's family page is here:
Added by crashkey on Jul 09, 2016 2:32 PM
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