|Barbara Rasmussen (#47068486)|
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Started my genealogy in the 1980s but was helped by a maternal grandmother who researched quite a bit back in the 1940s and 1950s. I generally only add or manage memorials that belong to my own family.|
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|A D||Elizebeth Kerr|
Hello, I've transferred Elizebeth's memorial over to you.
Added by A D on Aug 10, 2016 8:56 PM
|famfindr||RE: Re Samuel Farris|
Good Morning-I spent yesterday researching this question of yours. I can't find another person who fits the dates etc.
I take it you don't trust your father's info.?
Everything you say adds up. Guess we'll never know for sure unless I can find a will/probate for Matthew. I will work on it, because I am still trying to find out what happened to his eldest son, William.
Added by famfindr on Nov 24, 2015 1:16 PM
|Laura Aanenson||Edward C. Lewis|
Thank you for adding the obituary I provided for Edward. There was a second obituary which referenced a different cause of death. Either way - such a tragedy!
|Cindy Elschide||Ida Alice Sweeney|
I was wondering if you are related to the Whitcomb family? Ida's sister is named Susan. A Susan Whitcomb married William A Cox in 1874 in Iroquois County. I was wondering if you have any info on her and her family?
|LuAnn Jay||RE: Joseph Farris, Jr.|
I'll go back over there sometime next week and look at it again, but closer. There was another headstone that I found by accident that is just like Joseph's, but is covered mostly by grass. I will remove the grass and look at hers too, if I can't figure it out just by looking at his. It's so odd I've never seen this kind of headstone before and found 2 on the same day in the same section of the cemetery.