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And, looking through my latest photos that I haven't had a chance to do anything with, I have found her. :-) I can put a photo on her page now.
Added by Diana on Oct 25, 2013 5:50 AM
|Diana||Re: Anna Gerken|
I found the Anna you were wanting. There was no memorial made for her so I made one. She's in Memorial Park Cemetery in Sedalia. I am currently trying to photograph all the stones, but don't have one for her as of yet. But I did find her death certificate, stating she is their daughter.
Added by Diana on Oct 25, 2013 5:27 AM
|Diana||Re: Anna Gerken|
Hi! I did all the requests except for Anna. I don't think the Wild's were her parents as she was born in 1852 and Mary wasn't even born until 1853?
Added by Diana on Oct 25, 2013 5:14 AM
Make that several children! :D
Just an fyi that I have linked a child to this couple.
|McKinney Memorial||Happy Holiday's|
A.J. Hope you had a great Christmas and New Year. - Daryl McKinney
|TimelessSpirits||Bill G. Franklin - Antlers, Oklahoma|
Oops, you are right! I incorrectly typed 1933 instead of 1923 for her death date on her memorial. I have corrected it. I'll also add some other information when I have a few extra minutes.
|Jerry Gill||Braden's at Cooper Cemetery, Blaine County, OK|
A Find A Grave contributor has search Cooper Cemetery, Blaine County, Oklahoma but was not able to locate several of the Braden's that you have listed. The reference numbers are 62099117, 62101156 and 62101303. Do you have the source for your listings for Cooper Cemetery? Thanks for yor help. Jerry
Would you know if he is also buried in Hicks cemetery, thanks.
Trying to match burial location with obituaries in Streator newspaper.
Joanie, at the Museum
Streatorland Historical Society
...from Streator Daly Free Press
Monday, March 23, 1903, page 01
DEATH OF AMOS FLESHMAN OF PERRY VILLE INDIANA
Brother of Mrs. Martha Hoobler, and of the Late John Fleshman, of This City.
Mrs. Martha Hoobler, of South Monroe street, received a telegram Saturday afternoon from J. A. Barnes at Perryville, Ind., announcing the death of his father-in-law, Amos Fleshman, the only surviving brother of Mrs. Hoobler.
It is supposed that Mr. Fleshman passed away in Florida as he had been spending the winter there. .
The deceased was a brother of the late John Fleshman, of this city, .
The funeral will be held at Perryville Wednesday.
Added by Joanie on Jan 08, 2011 12:49 AM
|McKinney Memorial||RE: Emma Broyles|
Anytime AJ. Happy Holiday's to you guys as well.
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