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Daughter of Leonard and Irma Miller, born in Union County, Iowa in 1950. Am interested in family ancestry and have assisted with searching for others ancestors. Long history of family roots in Union County, Iowa. Surnames of ancestors include Miller, Moffitt, Cox, Barker, Trouth, Kuhn, Bragg, Wheeler, Stradley, Wilson, Rightmire, Damon, Kimmell, Quillan, Dake, Holt, Hummell, Willis, Bradley, Porter, Russom and Hylton.|
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Hello there, I was happy to see you are the daughter of Irma Miller. I chatted with Irma many times about genealogy. My father was raised in Afton and Irma and your Dad knew my Grandfather Carl Ruckman. What originally caught my eye was the record for Julia Myers Cline - it says she died in 1904 and buried in Victoria Cemetery. Do you remember how you came across that info. Julia and & Michael Cline are my 3rd Great Grandparents.
Michael Cline is buried in Mt. Etna, but I've always thought Julia is buried somewhere in Montana.
Thanks so much!
Lisa Cline Derks
I see you are interested in the Wilson family. I descend from James Blackburn Wilson 1811-1893, his daughter Mary Margaret Wilson who married Henry Franklin Lamb , who moved to Kansas. Just wondering how you might connect to this family. Beverly Lamb Shenold
Added by Beverly on Oct 30, 2012 3:35 PM
Shoud be fixed. :-)
Thanks so much for your time in getting Leila's headstone phot. Much appreciated
Added by Teresa on Jul 07, 2012 3:17 PM
Thanks so much for your time in getting Curry's headstone phot. Much appreciated
Added by Teresa on Jul 07, 2012 3:16 PM
|Ruth McDowell||Colette Snyder|
Caroline, Thank you for the addition of Colette's photo. Your time is appreciated.
|Patty C||Alice Shaver|
Thank you for taking & posting her gravestone photo.
Added by Patty C on Jun 28, 2012 8:47 PM
Thanks so much for taking your valuable time to get these photos for me!
|Scott Drake||William Langworthy|
Thank you so much for photographing their headstone as it gives confirmation of the documentation of their burial. Regards, Janice
Added by janicet on Aug 23, 2011 4:30 PM
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