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Janice Kraft (#46570965)
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Hooked On Family
Seth Myrick
Hi, Janice.

I see you left a flower for your great great grandfather. Isn't it amazing to think that he contributed to who you are!

Just wanted you to know that I researched the family on Ancestry.com. I have added quite a bit to the memorials.

I also photographed the entire cemetery where Myrick's are buried. Someone else posted photos on my memorial, but I can send you the ones I took if you wish. Or you may just enjoy the ones posted there.

It was so sad to see the names of four children who died much too young!

Just thought you might like to take a look. Oak Hill Cem. At Bristow, Butler County, Iowa.

Marilynn
Added by Hooked On Family on May 11, 2016 11:05 PM
Hooked On Family
Seth Myrick
Hi, Janice.

I see you left a flower for your great great grandfather. Isn't it amazing to think that he contributed to who you are!

Just wanted you to know that I researched the family on Ancestry.com. I have added quite a bit to the memorials.

I also photographed the entire cemetery where Myrick's are buried. Someone else posted photos on my memorial, but I can send you the ones I took if you wish. Or you may just enjoy the ones posted there.

It was so sad to see the names of four chikdren who died much too young!

Just thought you might like to take a look. Oak Hill Cem. At Bristow, Butler County, Iowa.

Marilynn
Added by Hooked On Family on May 11, 2016 11:04 PM
Amy Neal
Edward J Kraft
I am wondering if you are indeed realted to Edward James Kraft? Do you know who his mother was? Was it Edith Carwitz? Or do you have any information on either I can use for my family tree. Edith Carwitz was my great grandma's oldest sister. She basically disappeared out of St. Louis Missouri after marrying and having other children. Edward James Kraft would have been born before her other children. If she is the mother, is she buried there beside him and his family members? Please contact me at abn74day@yahoo.com.. If you ever are on ancestry.com, my username is dayneal if you do a search on Edith Carwitz to see my family tree.
Added by Amy Neal on Jul 21, 2011 4:53 PM
 

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