|ROBBIE DECKER (#46858374)|
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|Have done genealogy for over 38 years and like helping out others find their ancestors.|
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|Sara Cobb||RE: Weaver's in Kossuth, IA|
Wonderful, thank you so very much, I really appreciate it!
|Sara Cobb||Weaver's in Kossuth, IA|
Thanks so much for the great pictures you've posted, I really appreciate the work you've done. I've found some Weaver cousins in Kossuth, IA that you have posted pics for and was wondering if you would allow me to post them on my online tree. Of course I would credit you for them. Thank you for considering my request.
|Dennis Harmsen||RE: Fred Schneider|
Hello! Thanks for all your work with the Schneider gravestones. I have removed Fred Schneider photo request. Thanks for looking and appreciate your time and work.
|Dorothy Alvis||RE: Beemer|
Thank you. I don't know what name she is buried under, but surname may be Raymore, since he was her last husband.
Adding..autocorrect was changing it.
Added by Vera on Apr 20, 2015 4:44 AM
Thank you for dading a photo to my Groen family! It is appreciated 😀
Added by Vera on Apr 20, 2015 4:43 AM
|JBrown, IA, MN, Calif, AustinTX||RESOLVED- Memorial Confusion at St. Benedict Cemetery in Iowa|
The monument has been moved to the appropriate grave page (from a page mis-identified as Alexander Arndorfer to one properly identified as Alexander Erdman/Erdmann, with identical dates). Thank you.
|JBrown, IA, MN, Calif, AustinTX||Memorial Confusion at St. Benedict Cemetery in Iowa|
Just a head's up--I'v ealready notified the people maintaining the affected pages, so they can move things around. A photo of yours, dated 2012, was put at a wrong page.
Photo was this one:
The photo shows a pink tombstone for Alexander (no name). It should be moved to the page for Alexander J. Erdman/Erdmann judging from its dates.
80920052 where photo should be (Erdman)
80867785 where photo is now (a false Arndorfer)
|JBrown, IA, MN, Calif, AustinTX||Memorial Photos at St Benedict Cemetery in Iowa|
(1) THANKS. Thank you so much for photographing all those graves of these very large and intertwined German farming families, with a few Irish and French thrown in for good measure. My grandfather and other family are buried there.
(2) LOCAL COLOR. This is a quiet area now. It was exciting for the children at one time, with all the weddings and an annual church festival. And, of course, being full of Germans disagreeing with Prohibition, there was a bunch of bootlegging back in the Prohibition days!
I am wondering if Prudence was born in Nebraska? I think my Uncle, Guy Pearce may have raised her. He married Mable B. Geiser and Mable had 2 daughters: Betty and Prudence.
Does anyone have more information on her?
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