|Bob Younger (#46934505)|
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A Nebraska native retired from the state of Arizona and moved back to NE???????? Every cold winter day I wonder why.|
I enjoy visiting various cemeteries, they hold a lot of history and I especially enjoy helping other members with taking photos as several people have been so kind to help me find lost family members and I really appreciate it.
DISCLAIMER: The content that I have added to memorials is done in good faith; and or with permission or by request from family members of the deceased. To the best of my knowledge the information I have submitted is correct, if there are errors in any of the submitted data, please feel free to contact me with the correct information.
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|Leonard Smith||RE: Allen Dee Fortkamp|
You are very welcome.
|Barbara Wright||John Fremont Dickerson|
I have created a memorial for Thomas and Hannah Harrison Dickerson's son, John Fremont Dickerson # 107759355.
|Barbara Wright||Dickerson Family|
Please look at Thomas Dickerson's memorial #95928624 and his wife Hannah Harrison Dickerson # 95929628. I have just about completed their biographies for their memorials.
|Barbara Wright||Dickerson Family|
|David Kennedy||RE: Memorial #58840063|
I write letters to the library and enclose a Stapted envelope and say i will pay for and copys. and check the ill death index and it only cost 1 dollar..
It would be cheaper than driving from NEB..
Just want to help folks when i can..
|David Kennedy||RE: Memorial# 58840063|
I found the records 10 or so years ago and listed Margaret in 2010. that Record states she was burried at Arcola Cemetery so I beleive the best way to check for sure is send for the records of the arcola cemetery at the Arcola Library or maybe check with the Illionois death records..
Please let me know, but i do not beleive findagrave knows who is burried where untill someone list the person as they rely on the contributer to build there data base..
|Gilly||RE: Margaret Snelling Harrison|
Its always a disappointment for me too when I am not successful. Maybe David can help you. Lynn
Added by Gilly on Mar 12, 2013 2:34 PM
|The Ancestor Hunter||RE: Memorial# 27775540|
Thanks for the notification.
My source was:
Ohio Deaths 1908-1953, Death Cert 64453,
Derotha Buckingham James,
b. 11 Sep 1846;
d. 12 Oct 1920, Liberty twp, Hardin Co, OH;
married; age 74 yrs, 1 mo, 1 day;
b. Knox Co, OH,
father: Isaac Buckingham, mother: Drucella Lyic, b. OH;
info fm Clyde James, Ada, Ohio, burial Woodlawn Cem, 15 Oct 1920
Apparently there were some input errors.
|Linda Jean Limes Ellis||RE: Thomas Dickerson Family|
Do you have the 1860 census for the Thomas Dickerson family? As suspected, they were in North Lewisburg. I found them on HeritageQuest. I see the Find A Grave contributor who posted Thomas Dickerson and his photograph is also a direct descendant and a family bible is mentioned in the biography for him. How wonderful. I've been searching for the Harmon Limes bible for years. He is also buried at the same Quaker Cemetery. He was my g-g-g grandfather. I did all of the memorial postings for the Quaker Cemetery and have visited it many times. So sad that Susan is buried so far away from the rest of her family. It is sad to see her broken little stone there. At least the property has a nice Ohio Historical Society marker on the property. The cemetery is on the same grounds as the old former Quaker Church built in 1879 of old red brick. Is now a branch of the Champaign County Library.
|Linda Jean Limes Ellis||RE: Susan Victoria Dickerson|
Thank you so much for your latest message and all of the wonderful information you have provided about Susan. I will connect her to her parents. Would it be okay to include your information about her and her family on her Find A Grave memorial? This is the first major break through I've had on someone buried at this almost forgotten little cemetery of truly lost souls; so many of them who died young. Thank you again so much for writing and sharing, Bob.
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