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lynn hittlet (#18395443)
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I am 55 and my greatest passion is researching my family history. The surnames in my tree consist of: Wilfong, Sykes, Ditto, Bell, Strader, Hopper. Most come from the Vermillion County, Indiana areas and from Vermilion County and Cumberland County in Illinois.
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Worley Smith
George Wilfong
Thank you.
Added by Worley Smith on Apr 11, 2016 2:46 PM
Worley Smith
G Wilfong
Can you tell me if George Allen Wilfong is actually buried in Crown Hill .
Added by Worley Smith on Apr 11, 2016 10:58 AM
D. DeClue G.
Find A Grave Memorial# 7866351 James W Hart
Hello, I am trying to find out if this man's mother listed in the bio as Nettie E Boyle could possibly be same as Nettie E Rickmar who may have married several times. My Nettie E Rickmar (Rickmer, Rickman at various times) was daughter of John Rickmar (Rickmer, Rickman in various sources) and mother Artissema Clementine Henson. Mu Nettie E Rickmar married Edward Hart and had son Edward Hart in 1908. There seems to be some movement between Iron County, MO and St, Francois County, MO and nearby areas of Ilinois that are difficult to follow.

Added by D. DeClue G. on Aug 16, 2015 1:49 PM
Linda Hosey
Hi Lynn,

I wanted to know if you would transfer George W. Strater over to me my # is 46532360, I understand if you are related and do not want to and if not could you please link him to his parents and his wife.


Added by Linda Hosey on Aug 07, 2011 9:51 AM
Tonda L. Miller
RE: grave plot
Hi Lynn!

Do you just have one grave you are wanting to sell and how much? Also, the only way I can help, is: if someone would come to the cemetery wanting to buy in that certain area and that happen to be the grave they would like to purchase. I could tell them to get in touch with you.

If you know of someone that would like to buy the grave you have, then sell it to them. Then you have to send a note/letter to the cemetery board informing them that you have done so. Also a copy to the person that has purchased the grave. Such as: (anything saying you sold to the party with your name on it) example:

To Whom it May Concern,

This letter is intended to ensure that "John Doe" is Owner-in-Fact of grave 5 in Lot 3, Section A-1, in the Crown Hill Cemetery, Ridge Farm, Illinois, 61870.

As Deed-Holder of this property, I hereby transfer rights to "John Doe", (then their address).

This letter is legal and binding on all parties.


your name

I will give you the address to Crown Hill Cemetery in case you need it.

Crown Hill Cemetery
P.O. Box 477
Ridge Farm, Il. 61870

Any other questions I can help you with, just ask away ..... (hope I can be of some help). :)
Added by Tonda L. Miller on Jun 02, 2010 10:40 AM
RE: Sykes ancestry
Will send you an email with contact info.
Added by Genealogynut on Jan 25, 2010 5:57 AM
Sykes ancestry
Lynn, I found a memorial that you listed for Lura Sykes Ditto. Lura's father, Jesse Sykes, was my ggg grandfather. Any info you would be willing to share on this family would be appreciated.
Added by Genealogynut on Jan 24, 2010 5:24 PM

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