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Barb Kineke (#46547481)
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 • 129 Memorials Added
 • 131 Memorials Managed
 • 324 Photos
 • 7 Photo Requests
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Kevin Jackson
Myra Dickenson
Thank you for taking the photograph. It is greatly appreciated. Best Regards, Kevin Jackson
Added by Kevin Jackson on Jun 16, 2016 6:12 PM
Phyllis Douglas
Munk Photo
Thank you for taking the photo. I really appreciate it. I am not able to travel up there right now. I rely on the kindness of strangers and am always grateful.
Added by Phyllis Douglas on Jun 01, 2016 8:24 AM
Lewis Cass Briggs Hartwick Cemetery
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the headstones of my ancestors. I really appreciate it!
Added by GSH on May 31, 2016 9:18 PM
Donna Davenport
Re Gregory photos
Thank you very much for adding the photos for Smith, Anna, and Clayton Gregory. I also was able to add dates for Smith from the photo. Your time and effort are appreciated.
Added by Donna Davenport on May 31, 2016 7:01 PM
Ruth AnnMabie
Glad to be able to help.
Added by Bob on Mar 23, 2016 12:20 PM
Ruth AnnMabie
I try not to add living family to my memorials. But a search of obits at GazetteXtra has-
"Survivors include her husband, Denis Mabie of Clinton, WI; five children: Ami Mabie of Clinton, WI, Troy (Karen) Mabie of Janesville, WI, Christian (Valerie) Mabie of Caledonia, IL, Jacqueline (Greg) Jeffers of Beloit, WI, and Rachel (Brock) Nelson of Joliet, IL; 14 grandchildren: Meghan, Kendra, Alec, Garrett, Clayton, Giannah, Brody, Ellyza, Bauer, David, Zachariah (Amber), Joshua (Leslie), Meaggan (Charles), and Brenden; one great-grandchild, Logan; mother, Bernice Crout of Capron, IL; four sisters: Carolyn (Kennley) Dalberg of Caledonia, IL, Nancy Lovesee, Judith Matthews, and Anita Crout, all of Capron, IL; one brother, “Butch” Charles Crout of Capron, IL; and numerous nieces and nephews She was predeceased by her father, Charles Crout; and son, Patrick James."
Added by Bob on Feb 26, 2016 3:13 PM
Debbie J
RE: Edna Daniels
Name: Edna A McMillian
[Edna Arzelia Richter]
[Edna Schmidt]
[Edna Richter]
[Edna A Daniel]
SSN: 400802675
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 4 Sep 1917
Birth Place: Dover Mason, Kentucky
[Mason Dover, Kentucky]
Father Name: Willard F Daniel
Mother Name: Lona F Clark
Death Date: 2 Nov 1989
Type of Claim: Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
Notes: 03 Nov 1977: Name listed as EDNA A MCMILLIAN; 06 Sep 1983: Name listed as EDNA ARZELIA RICHTER; May: Name listed as EDNA ARZELIA SCHMIDT; 14 Nov 1989: Name listed as EDNA A RICHTER
Added by Debbie J on Jan 10, 2016 10:42 AM
Debbie J
RE: Edna Daniels
This is not the correct Harry.

Harry Raymond McMillian 8 Jun 1919 to 1 Aug 1990

Name: Harry R Mcmillian
Gender: Male
Race: White
Age: 57
Estimated birth year: 1920
Marriage Date: 16 Apr 1977
Marital Status: Last marriage ended by divorce
Previous Marital Status: Last marriage ended by death
Residence County: Bracken
Residence County after Married: Bracken
State: Kentucky
Spouse: Edna A Schmidt
Spouse Age: 59
Spouse Race: White
Spouse Residence County: Bracken
Spouse Marital Status: Never married
Volume Number: 025
Certificate Number: 12285
Marriage License County: Bracken
Volume Year: 1977
Added by Debbie J on Jan 10, 2016 10:35 AM
Debbie J
RE: Edna Daniels
Sorry. Can't find the memorial. I need her number. I see Harry is in independence
Added by Debbie J on Jan 10, 2016 3:55 AM
Mary Bakeman Munk
Thank you Barb for the photo of Mary's memorial stone. Interesting, the color of the stone, I don't recall ever seeing one like this ? I added Mary's father, who was a Revolutionary War soldier, to my virtual cemetery Discovered.
Added by Sandie on Jan 28, 2015 12:41 PM
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