|Genie Lady (#47043622)|
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I am a retired teacher who got bitten by the genealogy bug in retirement. Ken and I enjoy taking pictures of headstones in cemeteries which plays a small part in the preservation of family history for many people. If I submitted a photo of your loved one please contact me and I'll transfer it to you. I truly admire all the people who have taken the time to contribute to this wonderful website.|
Shirley Braun Plumb
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The Huesmann family is very appreciative of your support. Thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|David Fauss||RE: Merrill & Kate Crawford|
We would LOVE to get their obituaries! We visited Merrill and Kate's daughter, Lois Wuestenberg in De Witt, Iowa a month ago (first time meeting this delightful 90-year-old!) and she has provided photos and family tree data, but no obits. Please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or I can give you a mailing address if internet doesn't work for you. Thanks, Dave Fauss
|Christian Warnstadt||Lloyd J. Daurer|
Thank you for the transfer and for all that you do for this website to make it what it is.
|Jim rogers||Minnie Schafer Krebs|
Thank you very much for linking Minnie Schafer Krebs to her parents. - Jim Rogers
|Ozarkcheryl||Jeanne Hoover Daurer|
The Hoover/Blessing family is very appreciative of this transfer, thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|Cape Gloucester||Glenn Schwerdtfeger|
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit Glenn's grave and honor him.
I have added his parents to his Find A Grave and thank you very for the headstone photo.
|Ozarkcheryl||Merrill & Inez Paul, Leoma Riede|
The Heinrich and Blessing families deeply appeciate these transfers, thank you. OZARKCHERYL
|# 1 OLSEN||sickels|
darrel sickels in oak ridge, would you please
delete darrel and i will give you two graves
because he is family.or add 57958601,57958991.
let me know ok.
|Anonymous||Deborah Alger - Oak Ridge Cemetery|
To correct some information:
The spouse of Deborah Alger, Skilman Alger, died in 1881, not 1854. This is probably another, and younger Skilman Alger who died then. Deborah's spouse was enumerated in the 1860 census with her. After she died in 1861, he returned East, where the family had previously lived, married a much younger woman for his 2nd marriage, and fathered two more children. His daughter has Deborah's maiden name for a middle name. He is buried in Rush County, Indiana, having died in 1881. There are records to support these additional years.
|Anonymous||Skilman Alger - Oak Ridge Cemetery|
I don't think that this Skilman Alger is the correct one. Skilman and Deborah are enumerated together in the 1860 census. After Deborah died in 1861, he returned to Indiana and Ohio and married again (to someone much younger). He had two children by this 2nd marriage. The daughter's middle name is the same as Deborah's maiden name (Stites). He is in census records until his death in 1881. Records are available for these occasions.
The Skilman Alger who died in 1854 was not the spouse of Deborah. There is another record for that Skilman Alger on Find a Grave in Indiana.
Sorry to put this on the public site but got no response sending it to your email address.
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