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Wilma Parizek (#47305723)
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Memorial #54142906
Could you please correct the spelling on memorial 54142906. I believe it to be Glover not Grover. I have included a photo of the headstone. Thank you.
Added by sfontinel on Jun 19, 2014 7:59 AM
L. Burnett
Emily J Haskins Coleman
Thanks for all the information. I have placed her on findagrave in the Coleman Cemetery in Marion County, Missouri. I found her death certificate.
It didn't say which cemetery but her husband in buried in the Coleman Cemetery. Since I had it I put a lot of information in her bio. I have also linked her to her parents.
Added by L. Burnett on Nov 01, 2013 6:14 PM
L. Burnett
Chancey Haskins daughter
Thanks for the information. I found Emily and William H. Coleman on the 1880 census in Kansas. It appears to be her because they have a child named Chancy Coleman. I think they then moved to Missouri in 1900 and on to Nebraska in 1910. That means that I need to look for another Emma or Emily Haskins.
Added by L. Burnett on Nov 01, 2013 10:34 AM
L. Burnett
Chancey Haskins
# 54100950. You seem to know something about this man. I am wondering if daughter Emily married John Losey. She is Emily Losey aged 20 on the 1870 census in Davis County, Iowa. She is listed as being born in Illinois. She was married as Emma Haskins Oct 31, 1869 in Schuyler County, Missouri. She appears to have died by the 1880 census. She left two children: Liza J. Losey and Charles Henry Losey.
Added by L. Burnett on Oct 31, 2013 8:26 PM
Tina Herrmann Brewer
Kolesh s/b Kokesh?
One more for Waltham! I have photos for Edward and Frank Kokesh which I believe you have Kolesh on the memorials. All other information is the same. Thanks, T
Added by Tina Herrmann Brewer on Oct 05, 2013 11:10 PM
Tina Herrmann Brewer
Barton - Anna
Hi again Wilma! I went out to Waltham again today and found a stone for Anna Barton. You have two memorials in Find A Grave so I wasnt sure which to upload the photo for. It seems both memorials have a little of the right info so they may be for the same person? One thing to note, this stone will not be visible after another year of gras growing. I had to dig quite a bit to get a good picture but as it is not MY stone, I did not want to try to pull it up. The info on the stone is "Anna E. dau of JW & AED Barton died Aug 19, 1874 Aged 1 Mo, ? Days". Let me know where you want the photo. I would hate for the headstone to be completely lost. Thanks, Tina
Added by Tina Herrmann Brewer on Oct 05, 2013 9:56 PM
Mary Ann Sapp

I know it was difficult, but I am thrilled that you were able to make the transfer. Either tonight or tomorrow I will work on updating Mary Ann's memorial.

I am most appreciative of your efforts.
Added by Sabu on Sep 19, 2013 3:28 PM
Tina Herrmann Brewer
Amos & Jerushee Hull
Hi again Wilma: Amos & Jerushee appear to be twin siblings, sharing the same date of birth and death. The headstone (shared) also notes the parents names as JM & S Hull. Thanks!-Tina
Added by Tina Herrmann Brewer on Jul 13, 2013 9:24 PM
Alison Bigbee
Clifford H Mason/Waltham Cemetery
Dear Wilma, I am writing in reference to Clifford H Mason's memorial that you manage in Waltham Cemetery, Tama County, Iowa ( # 5415147) I was writing to request if you could link Clifford to his mother's memorial. His mother is Sarah Charlotte Read Mason (# 33314829)...she is buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa.
Thank you so much for your time and effort in managing Clifford's memorial,
Alison Bigbee
Added by Alison Bigbee on Jul 13, 2013 4:19 PM
Tina Herrmann Brewer
Hi Wilma! Its amazing what glasses can do for a person. So I found three Terpenning headstones all next to each other. The north stone is Hattie, middle is Ransom and the south stone is Frances. I will upload the photos today. Cheers!
Added by Tina Herrmann Brewer on Jul 13, 2013 1:29 PM
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