|Biermann||Leland & Louise Bailey|
I was wondering if you would transfer # 90926334 and # 90926363. Louise Catherine was a family member and I wanted to make her memorial more special and connect her with her family. Thank you so much for posting. Took me awhile to find her.
Added by Biermann on Mar 18, 2016 8:31 AM
|Ida K Jensen||Manson W Allguire|
!LIDGERWOOD MONITOR NOV 30 1911: Manson W Allguire died at the hospital on Tuesday shortly after noon. He had been ailing for some time from a complication of diseases, but his death was due to heart failure. The deceased was born in Canada and came to this city in 1890. In 1892 he was married to Miss Annie Heibel who servives him. He is survived by two sons John aged 18 and Walter aged 15. He has been employed as mail carrier on the rural routes since their establishment in this city and was carrier on route 3 Since it was made daily. The funeral services will be held this morning at the Episcopal church and the intermentin the Movius Cemetery.
Thought you might like to add this to Manson W Allquire
Thanks for the photo, Pat. I greatly appreciate it.
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||Potts Photo|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get this photo. It is very much appreciated. Since Hiram is on the marker as well would you mind if I added it to his Find A Grave page or would you if you don't mind. He is #25522200. Thank you again.
Thanks for the lovely photos, too.
Added by REHM on Aug 07, 2012 11:39 AM
|SL||re: Fairchild info and photo|
Thank you so much for the additional information for both of the Fairchild memorials, and also the speedy response to my photo request. It's a beautiful photo, I am so grateful! Could I use this photo on my Ancesty family tree as well?
Thank you for being a photo volunteer, you are much appreciated.
Added by SL on Aug 07, 2012 11:21 AM
|Jo Bengtson Sivley Bledsoe||RE: Thanks again Pat|
Not that I know of, but we may uncover someone. I will remember you are there now. Thx so much.
|Jo Bengtson Sivley Bledsoe||Thanks again Pat|
Now I see the whole stone. Neat!