|Tom||George Edward Deprez|
I am looking for the gravesite of George Edward Dipprey. I have a death notice from the Iowa, Armed Forces Grave Registration that has his name as George Edward Duprez or Dipprey, d 21 Oct 1933 and buried at Rock Island, Rock Island, Il (Arsenal Rock Island National cemetery) He shows to be born 1 July 1845 and a spouse with the name of Sarah Vance. On a marriage document a George Edward Duprez was born in Delaware, Ohio and married Edwina Dilworth Carnahan (Dilworth the maiden name) and shows George Duprez and Abigail Martin as his parents. George Dipprey and Abigail (Martin) Dipprey had a son born 1845, George Edward Dipprey. George and Abigail are my ggrandparents. 1.) Do you think this is the George Edward Dipprey I have in my tree 2.)Would you let me manage this memorial if you have no ties to this family?
Added by Tom on Dec 09, 2016 12:57 PM
|Valerie||Anna wife of James M Fitz|
The only additionl information I could find on Anna Thomas Fitz is that she married James on March 28, 1871 in Muskingum County Ohio. Wish I could be of more help.
Added by Valerie on Feb 19, 2016 2:46 PM
|Sandra Taylor||RE: Garnett Wiegel|
Thank you. Garnette's 1st wife, Anna Mae Ashworth married Richard Thomas Copeland, who was my 1st cousin 1x removed. I appreciate the update.
Re: Clarence Hagemier
Please note the correct spelling of his last name.
I looked at my notes, and I did not have a source. It seems apparent that I must have copied it from a source on Ancestry. Are you a member? If not, I can provide you my notes on this family.
Looking for a source on the Verner surname,
for the mother of your
Mary Ellen Armor Hamilton Find A Grave Memorial# 36821324
Hope you can help
By way, thanks for letting me use the picture.
|R Lerch||Sally S Peck|
Thanks for sharing the mystery solution - Sally Seymour. Just curious and so I can label some of my photos. Who is the Lydia Emma on the north side of the monument and is her husband there also? I like to get photos of stones that are weathering like this one. Bob Lerch
Added by R Lerch on Aug 07, 2014 5:39 AM
|R Lerch||Pecks in Graceland|
There are three stones in the lot in Section A of Graceland cemetery. Photos for Lida and Joseph (died in 1935) have been posted. The other stone is a monument that is weathered. Each of the four sides has individuals listed. Nathan and Aurilla (east side) are posted. The others are less easily determined. I will send you pictures. A better attempt at photographing the north side might help on that side (perpetual shade). Regards, Bob Lerch
Added by R Lerch on Aug 06, 2014 11:14 AM
|Michelle Willett Pierce||RE: Bentley|
thank you so much. I have been all over that site and could not find anything. I even talked to my last Aunt, who is 80. All she could remember were two of Marie's brothers names. She was only 13 when her mother died. Now I have some where to begin. Welcome to the family. this family just keeps getting bigger and bigger. The family loves your pictures. Thanks for sharing them.
|Michelle Willett Pierce||RE: Other Grandma|
Her name was Marie Bentley Willett. Married to Richard L. Willett. Died in 1948 Porter IN. Her first name may be Myrtle I have heard both names. I have been looking for her side of the family too.
Birth: Sep. 15, 1898
Death: Sep. 1, 1948
Chesterton (Porter County)
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