|Kim Ostermyer (#47221731)|
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|I'm actively engaged in genealogy research with families in the Sheridan, WY area (Lupton, Van Gorder, DeLapp, Kimmel, George & Clara Walker family, Newell, Kester, R.T. & Elizabeth Williams family). Also looking for information on Iowa families (Ostermyer, Eyer, Heinzlmeier, Kelsheimer) Always looking for additional information and family connections. I'm willing to share information in return for a chance to visit and (hopefully) scan pictures.|
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|Rhonda K. Blackman||Massey Street Cemetery Request|
Hi, I wanted to let you know that I went to fill the 4 requests you have and was not able to locate these stones. Many of the stones are not standing and/or unable to read. I took a photo of every stone in the cemetery (not that many) and posted the ones that were not already posted. Note, there are many very small stones laying around with no name and there are also broken stones so perhaps these could be the ones you are looking for. Sorry for the news but wanted to let you know so you can update your request if you wish. I do have around 5 pics that are an area view of the cemetery if you would like. If so, email me at email@example.com and I will forward to you.
|karen jennings||lupton, #60679867|
sheridan, wy - obit from sheridan press - information to do with as you see fit. The Sheridan Press edition 21 Jun 2001.
Cecil N. Lupton, 82, of Sheridan died Wednesday, June 20, 2001, at Sheridan VA Medical Center. Mr. Lupton was born June 6, 1919, to Frank and Alice (Van Gordor) Lupton at the family home on Ash Creek.
He graduated from Sheridan High School. He was a naval hospital corpsman during World War II.
He married Dora De Lapp June 18, 1947, at the ranch home of Roy and Eunice Williams in Sheridan County.
He was a former employee of Sheridan VAMC. He spent many years on Tongue River school boards. He enjoyed fishing, working with cattle and horses, gardening, reading, puzzles, cardplaying, recycling aluminum cans and cutting firewood. He was a member of the Elks Lodge and the Farm Bureau.
He was preceded in death by two brothers, three sisters and two sons, Rex and Marvin.
Survivors include his wife of Sheridan; four children, Jaci Austin of Ranchester, Jean Ostermyer of Banner, Ray Lupton of Sheridan and Ed Lupton of Laramie; a sister, Oriel States of Sheridan; 12 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Memorials may be made to LifeLink in care of Kay Roush, First Federal Savings Bank, P.O. Box 6007, Sheridan, WY 82801.
Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Big Horn Avenue Church of Christ with Charlie Spray officiating. Visitation was Thursday at Kane Funeral Home.
|K Wickman||RE: Barnards of Michigan|
You're welcome! I wanted to let you know I looked for Neil Barnard's stone as well. He was supposed to be with Edward and Lucy, but I didn't see his.
|Chrissy Gebo||Maria Bryant|
I just wanted to let you know that Maria Bryant is not buried in the Massey Street Cemetery. She is buried in Brookside Cemetery next to husband Thomas in section C.
|Sue||RE: Thanks for Frank Debski's headstone|
You're welcome! Thank you for sharing your story about Frank. It means a lot to hear about who he was! He sounds like he was a great person!
Added by Sue on Nov 17, 2010 1:37 PM
|Joan M. Smith||RE: Thanks!|
Your very welcome. I couldn't find her at first with her last name being different. Sucess is always a great feeling. Enjoy. Joan
|Kathy Solem||RE: Thanks!|
Your welcome. I'm glad I made your day.
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