|Terry Jenson (#47179698)|
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I have been doing genealogy for approximately 35 years and love to walk through old cemeteries. Most of my ancestors lived in places far away from where I live now, so I appreciate the efforts of those who contribute information and pictures.|
You are welcome to use the photos I post in your family genealogy.
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|Patty Olmsted Emerson||Albert Henry Thornton|
Thank you for your time and efforts to photograph and post the headstone for Albert Henry Thornton. I would like you to know that I have his death certificate that lists the year as 1930, not 1900 which is posted on his page. If you would like me to send you the death certificate, I will do so.
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Ben Moore|
I appreciate you posting the info for Ben Moore to begin with. I suppose if by fluke you pass through the area, super. I'll just submit a photo request for now.
Have a nice day,
|Bryan Anderson||Ben Moore|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the documentation, it appears Ben Moore was a member of this unit. The documentation shows Ben Moore was from Brownville, NE, which is only about 5 miles from where your listing (Findagrave #94871801) which shows him buried in Nemaha, NE. Due to the close proximity of these places, I suspect this is the same Ben Moore I'm researching.
You mention that the inscription on Ben Moore's headstone reads "CPL US Army World War I." Might there be more on his gravestone that this? Frequently I see folks put the company, infantry unit, and division as well. On the other hand, other's don't It's just helpful when they do.
Anyway, I'm also collecting photographs of the graves of the other veterans who served with my grandfather, so if you're not far away and it's convenient to you, I would greatly appreciate it.
|Emily Forster||RE: Lloyd Peter Dewar|
You're very welcome. I had the photo on my computer with the other ones ; I must've just forgotten to upload it. :P
|Mary Escher||fag 94816410|
You created a Find A Grave for Isaac Joshua Jarvin #94816410 buried in Nemaha Cemtery.
Can you tell me are you related to him?
If so, I'd like to ask you a question about one of his children Jesse Jarvin Born 9/25/1847 and he died 3/24/1881.
Isaac was married to Mary (Oldham) Jarvis.
Thank you for your time.
You are very welcome. I enjoy getting out and taking the pictures.
Added by Ron on Jan 08, 2015 2:55 PM
|Michelle||Truman Rodney & Lucille Day Ashby|
Thank you so much for the pictures of Truman and Lucille's headstone. I really appreciate it!
Added by Michelle on Nov 15, 2014 8:36 AM
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Briar Family Updates/Edits|
Thank You for accepting all my the Briar Family Edits I sent you. Your help in uniting this family is greatly appreciated.
|Sanebee||RE: Anthony W. Lewis|
I am not even sure if the worn stones were for Sarah - that is how worn they are. If they are face down, they are in the ground and cannot be flipped. Keep the request up and we will continue to look. You could also call the office and ask about Sarah's location and let us know and we will go back and look again. We have been documenting the entire cemetery so we are there at least once a week.
Added by Sanebee on Sep 25, 2014 4:39 AM
|Rain Brings Rainbows||Terry...|
What a nice surprise to find the photo and placement on John's memorial page! Thank you so very much...Nicely done!
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