|Shirley Fritz (#47184038)|
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Sorry I didn't leave name on the stone. Nellie Graves in IOOF cem. washington co. kansas
You have 2 photos of the same person on a listing. I have done this also. Easy to remove 1
|KE Tuttle||Wilhemina Woody|
Thank you for looking for the grave of Wilhemina S Woody Foss.
Wilhelmina S Woody married John Foss after the death of that man's wife, Aura Ann,and marriage/moving out of state by his daughter, Jane Rebecca Foss Kern.
John was elderly and hired the widowed Wilhelmina to care for his house and cook for him. John's son and family were appalled that he would have a younger woman under his roof without any other persons. John settled the issue by marrying the younger woman and she would benefit by having his pension after his death, being allowed to live in the house the rest of her life. She went back to using her previous name and was supposed to be buried next to her first husband.
John Foss was one of the oldest men signing up for service in General Grant's Army. Wilhelmina was one of the last living widows of a Civil War.
John Foss, "United States General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934"
Name: John Foss
Event Type: Pension
Event Date: 1890
Event Place: Kansas, United States
Beneficiary's Name: Wilhelmina S Foss
Affiliate Publication Title: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934
Affiliate Publication Number: T288
GS Film number: 540914
Digital Folder Number: 005080247
Image Number: 04554a
My grandfather went to Clifton and showed the graves to his children. I visited the cemetery in 1973. I seem to remember having the grave pointed out to me. John is buried next to his first wife and love, Aura Ann; Wilhelmina by her first husband. Both are listed in our family books as at the IOOF Cemetery.
Thank you for your efforts. We will have to look at this from another angle or maybe another close by cemetery.
|Judd||Lester F Wheeler photo|
Could you load the picture of the marker to #44938061, Edith M Wheeler, Lester's wife?
Thanks for all your help.
Added by Judd on May 25, 2014 2:25 PM
|Bryan S.||Barton W. Quinn (# 76781328)|
Thank you for attempting to fulfill my photo request for Barton W. Quinn. I understand the grave could not be located. I do appreciate your time and hope it was not too burdensome. If you would like to tell me more about your trek - I would enjoy any info you can provide. Bryan S.
Added by Bryan S. on May 11, 2014 10:30 AM
Thank you for the excellent quality photo of John D. Smith grave stone.
Added by Charles on Oct 17, 2013 4:21 PM
|Olin E. Hartley||Talkington Photos|
Hi Shirley -
Thanks so much for fulfilling my requests for the Lizzie and Nina Talkington. Also for the photos of the three children. I didn't have them in my genealogy database but now, thanks to you, I do.
I really appreciate your time and effort in getting all the above for me.
|Suz||Virginia House Honomichl|
Thanks so much for fulfilling my photo request. Much appreciated!!
Added by Suz on Sep 26, 2013 3:40 PM
|Cathy Kessinger||Miltonvale photos|
Thank you so much for taking the photos at Miltonvale. I really appreciate your efforts to do this, it means a lot to me!! Cheers, Cathy
|Anne McGrew||Emery and Perry Hart|
Thank you so very much for the fine photos of Emery and Perry Hart. We are having so much fun and good luck in tracking down my husband's long lost relatives! Thank you again; we really do appreciate your time and work!
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