|Ruth Ann Roberts Coker (#46800776)|
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|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||Louisa Padgett|
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|Boyd||RE: Barbara & William Wisman|
I am sorry I didn't see the request for Sarah Padgett. I had just stopped to see if I could find a round a bout relative after West Cedar, when I noticed the Wismans. The only thing that was wrong was his bd of 1869 instead of the 70 and her name Lizzie, instead of Barbara. So I took the pictures. Of course I had just notes and not my computer. When I got back to Speed, KS. about 30min away, I noticed the request but didn't have time to go back. I left Tuesday for home. I might be going back next year, if I do I will try to see if I can find her, so keep the request open. When I go back to Kansas I try to look for request in the cemeteries were I will be going within Phillipsburg, area and try full fill them. I got quite a few done this year. I am having trouble with my Roberts family past Conn. can prove to a Joel Roberts and Esther Loomis but after that gets very muddy with the in's and outs of the numerous Samuel's and the different wives and the many controveries. Who was married to who and who was not - Blake, Webb, (?)Hoyt, Butler(big?), Hall, Scofield, Weed. A real mess. I put all that on hold as get a real big headache from all of it. Would like to make it back to Litchfield Co. Conn. one of these days to see what I could find, but I know a lot more experienced researchers than I am can't seem to agree. LOL. Well better go for now. Will try to get the pictures downloaded in the next day or two. Most likely this coming weekend. I take care of my grandkids during the week.
Added by Boyd on Jun 25, 2014 12:51 PM
|Boyd||Barbara & William Wisman|
We walked all over the West Cedar Cemetery, outside of Agra and could not find any Wiseman. However had to go to Agra and stopped by the cemetery there. It is in the town of Agra and there is a William and Lizzie Wiseman right off one of the access roads. If these are the right person, and you remove them from the West Cedar Cemetery and add them to the Agra Cemetery, I will be glad to add the pictures. Let me know what you would like me to do. The dashes are to show the separate lines except the dates. Below are the transcriptions on the stones -
WISMAN - FATHER - WILLIAM - 1869-1945 - MOTHER - LIZZIE - 1876-1937. There are two other little stones to the right side of the big memorial. They are a little hard to read but it looks like the 1st says VERA ?O - DAU OF - W.H. & L. WISMAN - 1896-1902. The other MAY - DAU OF - W.H. & LIZZIE WISMAN - BORN JULY 19, 189?(6/5) - AGED 12 HOURS - "A little bud of love to bloom in heaven above".
Added by Boyd on Jun 23, 2014 2:10 PM
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Sophrona Ann (Padgett) Baker|
Are you ready to share Sophrona's obit now? If so, I will gladly copy & paste it under her memorial. If I see that she is not related to me I will transfer the memorials to you. thanks!!!
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
|Julie Johnson||RE: Thomas J. Cook|
No problem. And I sure hope it isn't a problem that I did that. I am not sure either, but that is why I captioned it with the note to be clear that it was not a picture I had taken. If it is, I will just drive out and take another. :-) Let me know if there are others I can help with.
Have a great week!
|Theron Dowell||Jesse and Jane Purcell|
Added more children to there memorial
|Peter Stango||photo of Grave Stone|
Ruth. if you would call the cemetery (631 351 8201) and get the plot and section of the cemetery. I would be willing to go take a photo for you. I don't think they have a map but if they tell you something like south west area or something like that I'd be willing to look for it. it's not a very big cememtery. Actually I just called about a friend of mine and the gentleman gave me the section and plot number over the phone and said if I call him on my cell phone when I'm at the cememtery he would tell me what direction to walk. LOL a map would be very helpful but I guess being a small cemetery there is not even an office on the premises.
|ResearchRansom||Delpha & Karl Downer|
Greetings - unfortunately, I JUST transferred these memorials to another contributor (looks like your emails were but an hour apart!).
|Cherie J.||RE: Clarence Johnson 119841582|
I've just now added a biography for Cousin Clarence. Later on I might work on it again, but for now I think it is nice.
I knew Cousin Clarence. I was very young (born in 1935), though, but I had met him. Sadly, Mollie passed away a year after I was born, and so I didn't know her.
Cousin Clarence was always highly spoken of, and a valued family member.
As to Mollie, I do have some census records about her, yet not much more, as I haven't worked on her line.
I recall mention of Dewey, son of Mollie and her first husband.
I hope the above is of help to you.
Please feel free to contact me at my direct email address:
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