|Judy K. Roberts||RE: Hillis and Nellie Smith|
You are very welcome, I was just passing thru and took some photos. Glad I got some that was requested!
|Deborah (Baxter) Fink||Nora Burchell|
She is not related to me and other than yourself I have not had any inquiries about this family. I added the names to this cemetery from pages I had copied from a library in regards to that cemetery as I have lots of family members in there.
Maybe you can leave a virtual flower message asking for help from anyone who might be related to her. Unless you want to mange her memorial I can do that as well. Let me know.
|Holly||Arthur Corson, Genoa Cemetery|
I spoke with Keith at the office. There is no Arthur Corson located at Genoa Cemetery or even at Nye. He looked in all the books. I was inquiring about it because I am doing our family tree and I am a Corson by marriage
Added by Holly on May 24, 2013 1:58 AM
|Jan Griggs||Howard Hammer|
Dear Darlewne, My grandma was a Hammer . Her parents were Mathias and Hannah Jane Butler Hammer. Her one brother had a son Howard who died yound. The parents were Ervin and Ruth Hammer. Is this their boy? Thank u
|mgudall||Am I a Corson?|
Hi Darlene, I'm not a Corson nor anyone else that's buried in DeKalb Co. I ride my bike out past that cemetery often and got some help from find a grave with my own relatives. Just trying to give back! Mike
Added by mgudall on Jul 23, 2012 10:53 AM
|misschristi16||RE: Austin Kelsey - Waubansee|
The picture has been removed. Thanks.
|Lorraine Case||RE: Waynoka Municipal Cemetery|
All corrections have been made. Thank you for your help.
You're welcome, Darlene. You gave me all the information re: their burials I needed to find them quickly.
Good luck in your search!
|Marj||RE: Joseph H. Cottrell-Laurel Hill|
You're very welcome! It's one of my favorite cemetaries to wander. Have a great day. Marj
Added by Marj on Aug 14, 2009 9:34 PM
|Janice Dean LeMaster||RE: Samuel Darby|
You are very welcome....I guess you read the cemetery profile...that most patients were buried in unmarked graves...luckily, someone took up the cause and now there are two huge monuments listing those buried there.
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