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|Philip Weiss||Saint Mary's Cemetery|
It appears the powers-that-be at Find a Grave have combined the duplicate cemeteries for Saint Mary's near Ackley. There are now a bunch of duplicates you may want to clean up.
|SLGMSD||1911 book Past and Present of Hardin County Kowa,|
settled in Groton , Massachusetts , about 1666; he and his wife Mary became the parents of seven
Can you please make certain to check the transcriptions - Kowa instead of Iowa;l spaces between words and commas, etc.
I appreciate the transcriptions, but it is a lot of work to proofread and correct them.
Thanks for your help.
Added by SLGMSD on Nov 15, 2013 3:05 PM
|SLGMSD||Dr Eugene Oscar Koeneman|
Missing a date - 189?
Then opened and managed a drug store at Whitten for G.W. Reynolds, of Conrad, having charge of that store from 189 to 1892, when he purchased it himself.
Find A Grave Memorial# 30737310
Thanks for the info - he was a family friend. I have photos of him and his wife .
Added by SLGMSD on Nov 15, 2013 2:58 PM
|Linda Linn||RE: Civil War veteran obits and bios|
Hi. My husband is a little behind me in getting people on the SUVCW database, but I checked and I did print Mr. Rash and it is waiting for him. He is a farmer and harvest has started, so it could be a while before he has time. There are well over 300 CW veterans buried in Hardin County, so it takes a while to get them all on. Thanks again for all your work on Find A Grave.
|Linda Linn||Civil War veteran obits and bios|
HI. I just wanted to thank you for posting so many bios and obits for Civil War veterans. They are a huge help in finding regiment information so that they can be recognized on the SUVCW National Database. Linda
|Scot Lady||Hammer Cousin?|
Bob, I am a Hammer descendent. My maternal grandmothers, maternal grandmother, was Rachel Hammer. Are you a Hammer family member? We have little information, and sketchy dates. Thanks, E.
|Elliffen||John and Barbara Steffen|
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by Elliffen on Aug 31, 2013 8:15 AM
|Jim Ferris||Thank You|
Thx for the Clampitt info, really appreciated.
|Robert Bason||Samuel W. Benshoof and wife|
Dear Mr. Lahey. Thank you for your work on FindAGrave - one of my favorite sites. You have included a picture of Samuel W. Benshoof and his wife on his site. He is buried in Buckeye Cemetery. He is my great grand uncle. I am stunned to see it and would LOVE to know how you got it, and if there are other family members with whom I can correspond?
Bob Bason firstname.lastname@example.org
|Diane Calhoun||RE: Re: Laura Fahey Nangle|
That is cool! You did a great job of putting the family together. I saw the death of Leo Thomas Fahey at Pearl Harbor. I can identify with that event as my father was on board USS Pennsylvania when his ship got hit in dry dock. Do you have a tree on ancestry?
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