|Debbie Gibson (#46481918)|
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My name is Debbie, I am the host for Adams County, Il, I enjoy walking the cemeteries and taking photos as well as researching my family history. My gramps/adopted dad's ancestors came here to Adams County, IL in 1830 crossing the Mississippi river
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|Busy Graven||Remove my photo you copied|
This is my photo which you took. Please remove my photo as this memorial is the incorrect cemetery.
Hi! I saw that you had a photo request for Alfred Henson in Pleasant Valley Cemetery (Bollinger County MO). I was looking for his stone for my own records (he's my 3rd Great Grandfather), and I searched the entire cemetery and did not see his name. Unfortunately, his grave is either now unmarked or it is one of the many stones that are broken or too worn to read. There are a few other Hensons there though.
Added by Megan on Jul 14, 2014 5:19 PM
|Rosie II||RE: Daniel Adair|
I'm researching the Old Stone Church/New Providence Cemetery, hoping to get it on the Nat'l Register of Historic Places (done through our local historical society). I have featured from the Civil War Vets back to the Rev War. That little cemetery has quite a 'collection'--Confederate Soldier, daughter of a Rev War soldier, Indian Wars, Mexican War, War of 1812, Black Hawk War and Civil War. Of course, there are all wars to the present also.
I just think the Vets should have their earned due.
Added by Rosie II on Apr 27, 2014 10:12 PM
|Lois Harriman||Norton's in Harwood Lake Cemetery|
I found the marker for Loren and Urania Norton but it is broken. I took a few photos and have posted them. Urania's name isn't legible. I will try to get back there again and clean off the marker some to make it more legible. Let me know if you'd like me to delete the posted photos in the mean time. That way you could post another photo request for them and someone else may get the photos more quickly.
|KAREN T||RE: Pliska's in mt olivet|
you're welcome. I figured you could request photos for the other Pliska's, since they are all in the same plot.
Added by KAREN T on Feb 28, 2014 1:25 PM
|KAREN T||Pliska's in mt olivet|
I did some research for you and found a few more (3) Pliska's who are buried at mt olivet besides Adam. I am transferring to you:
Added by KAREN T on Feb 28, 2014 6:37 AM
|K7PBY||George Beier US NAVY|
Greetings Debbie, I wish to include you image of the marker for GEORGE BEIER on the Ancestry website in his honor. George was with my cousin and 15 other Sailors aboard a Navy transport flight in 1944. I plan to help host a 70th anniversary memorial for all 17 families who lost a loved one aboard that flight. I will note the photo credit and want to thank you for helping me gather these images from across the country. With best regards, Mark.
Added by K7PBY on Feb 10, 2014 3:29 PM
|Frank Murphy||RE: Cunningham's|
|Deborah LeBorgne||RE: W. H. Lanoix|
I'm sorry, I'm looking for Fred Lanoix. His father was W.H.
Fred was born in Québec, Canada in 1867 & died around 1912. He has one daughter Virginia but she went under the last name of Watson. Fred lived & died in Quincy, Illinois. Both W.H. & Fred Lanoix were doctors in Quincy. W.H. married Sarah Seahorn. Who's father was well known in the area. I'm looking for the Lanoix's grave sites.
Thank you for responding,
|ksrose||RE: Dora Jane Denson|
Thanks. I made the links.
Added by ksrose on Jun 19, 2013 9:01 PM
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