|Gary Fritz||Stid, Lucretia, Covil Cemetery|
FYI-Maiden name was Hulse. Have a great day. Gary
|Richard O||Mary C. Blackwell|
Mary C. Blackwell 1819 Sep 14 - 1910 Feb 09.
This is according to the Alamakee County, Iowa
Death Records. Also there is a Obituary in the Nespaper- "The Waukon Democrat". There is also a Obituary in the "Waukon Republican" and the
I would be happy to transfer the Blackwells to you if that is appropriate- I am documenting the Evergreen cemetery and have no connection to most of the names I'm recording.
Your info has been added. Thanks
|C Vokoun||Claud Annis|
Almeron Annis, Claud's dad, does not have a stone. I think that is why the GAR marker is with Claude. There may have been a stone at one time because there is space enough between Claud and the next stone. This cemetery was abandoned in the 1980's and it took many years for someone to step forward and take care of it. It is beautiful now. I photographed the entire cemetery. I transferred the memorial to you.
Added by C Vokoun on Oct 21, 2011 3:03 PM
Happy to do transfers!
Added by larry on Oct 09, 2011 10:24 AM
|None to be forgotten||Henry Hulse|
So glad I could be of help in you finding Henry and thanks, too, for the kind words. I have had so many wonderful messages I believe I will go back to adding memorials. That's how I found my dad (parents divorced when I was 1 1/2 years old and never knew him). Another researcher added his grave and I can at least go and visit him there!
Check your email I sent a death notice for John Cejka and a obit for Mrs. Joseph Soulek.
|Robert Mitchell||Re:Posting and Transfer Greatly Appreciated|
Noble County, OK has a large Czech population also Germany most of the county was opened to these immigrants during the land run. My mothers family has lived in the Perry area for many, many years. If you need any help looking up obits in Noble county, OK just let me know.
Transfer gladly made.
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