|Deanna Peterson||Dayton Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos that you took in Dayton Cemetery in 2008. From your pictures, I have been able to update many of the memorials that I created for that cemetery. I appreciate your efforts.
|RisingSun||RE: Memorial# 100588494|
I deleted the memorial as it is a duplicate of one posted in 2007. I could see that when I learned the last name. thanks
|Kim Kerr||RE: Memorial# 40467358|
Connie, you are correct and I did use Mary's father's name rather than John's. The memorial has been updated. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
Added by Kim Kerr on Aug 04, 2013 7:28 AM
|Bonnie Bobik||Catherine Gray|
I have transferred the memorial to you.
|John Keyes||RE: Gray Family|
Hi back! Is there a place online or a way to look at through some of the Gray family history. My dad did some looking a few years ago but didn't have any luck past Minnie on the Gray side. If you can or want to share that would be greatly appreciated.
|John Keyes||Gray Family|
Hi. My name is John Keyes and I am tyring to find out how you are related to Minnie Bryner Gray, who is buried in Fairview Cemetery in Coffeyville Kansas. My grandmother was Frances Irene Bryner Harris, who is buried there as well with the rest of the family. It appears that we may be distantly related perhaps?
|Jannet Hatch||Libbie Emerson parents|
Please add parents to Libbie Emerson # 83113249.
Her father is Charles L Emerson # 83113261.
Her mother is Mary Jane Smith # 83113268.
Libbie is the nickname. She was born Elizabeth, in Jan 1869 in Woodson County, Kansas. Other family source indicates that she died of typhoid fever.
|Gordon Tracy||RE: Otis Cemetery|
I am sorry I haven't gotten back with you on this.
For some reason I didn't get notified or I missed it. Anyway here is the answer to your question.
There are actually 3 cemeteries in Otis. I have transcribed both the Lutheran and the Methodist cemeteries over the last several months. Another
person has transcibed the North Otis Cemetery. So
most of the people in all of those cemeteries should be there unless they died in the last
Hope this helps.
|Kathy (Lambing) Marcinek||RE: Dunmire|
Thanks. We'll keep looking.
|Kathy (Lambing) Marcinek||Dunmire|
What is the connection between the Dunmires and Williamsons? I know both families left Western PA at the same time and went to Henry County, Illinois. Mr. Williamson married daughters of Ambrose Denton. George and Anna Maria Dunmire named a son Ambrose Denton Dunmire. Do you know of a relationship with the Dunmires? Also, we are trying to find Anna Maria Dunmire's maiden name. Thanks, Kathy.
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