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John Wood (#46969952)
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Lloyd Donahoo
RE: Frank Allen & Kittie Stratton
Just to let you know, Wyuka cemetery is the most beautiful and well cared for cemetery that I have ever seen. The director/caretaker is very helpful with any request. A booklet called "Wyuka A place of Rest, Nebraska City's Pioneer Cemetery" was published in 2010. Walking tours have been offered to the public for many years. I was so fascinated that I ended up taking a photo of every marker in the cemetery over many trips there.
Added by Lloyd Donahoo on Mar 07, 2016 8:53 AM
Barbara James
Family History of Markwell Moore Hopper
My Grandmother Marion Iva Hopper did research in the 1940's and wrote a book regarding the Markwell Moore Hopper Families. Her mother was Sarah Jane Markwell Hopper Fulks. At that time she wrote numerous letters to many people in the area, but mainly a Mamie McCann did the research. Information regarding Marriages, wills, deeds, deed transfers, etc are included. This was not a published book, but only enough copies were made to satisfy the immediate family. Some interesting stories are also included. I will be happy to share some of the information if requested.
Added by Barbara James on Jun 26, 2015 8:23 AM
Richard Pittman
Elias/Cora Gray
John:

From previous messages, I've already moved the pictures and deleted my duplicate files. Please use the family pictures as needed.

Happy to help.

Richard
Added by Richard Pittman on Jan 12, 2015 11:07 PM
Brutus Best
Roland family
Obit's "you are welcome" the Rolland family are related. My link is Burdette and Martha Linstrum.

Have a great day...
Added by Brutus Best on Nov 20, 2014 8:02 AM
Budzmum
Children of John Jackson and Eura Newhouse
Hi! David Jackson (Find A Grave Memorial# 35318534) was the son of John Jackson and Eura Newhouse. He married Nancy McAllister (Find A Grave Memorial# 35318569) and moved out to Lancaster County, NE, after the Civil War. You could include him in your virtual cemetery for this family group as well. Nancy McAllister was the daughter of John (Find A Grave Memorial# 54242616) and Mary Graton (Find A Grave Memorial# 54186699) McAllister.
Added by Budzmum on Oct 06, 2014 7:10 AM
JCLA
RE: John Newhouse
John's mother is # 133578742. Thanks
Added by JCLA on Jul 30, 2014 6:27 PM
Pat Morgan
Amelia Mildred Markwell
Memorial #67738994 has a death date for Amelia Mildred Markwell as 1 May 1835 but the picture of the tombstone clearly says died 1820. Could you resolve these differences? Thank you.
Added by Pat Morgan on Aug 16, 2013 2:35 PM
ProgBase
RE: Lebens & Emma Newhouse
Where are they buried again?
Added by ProgBase on Aug 09, 2013 2:15 PM
Armstrong History
Elizabeth Markwell
Hi - Can you help me with some information about Elizabeth Markwell? I have info that she was born in 1778 - Maryland and died May 3 1852 in Fleming County Kentucky. Elizabeth was married to John Warrick (1778-1849) who is a relative. I understand that Elizabeth's parents are William Markwell (1750-1756) and Mildred Emilia Hurst (1756-1820). Do you know where Elizabeth is buried and would you have a photos? Thanks
Added by Armstrong History on Jul 09, 2013 5:17 PM
M Carter
RE: Jennie Mulvihill
Highlight or copy the link and it should show up on your goggle link then press search.
Added by M Carter on Dec 09, 2012 5:31 PM
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