|Peter Hakze||RE: Robert H Tuinstra|
Thanks very much for taking and adding so fast the very nice photos of the cemetery and Robert's marker!
If you have Dutch ancestors in your genealogy or Find A Grave-memorials with Dutch names/persons, just try me for more info; I'm a very experienced genealogist (since 1985), specialized in Dutch emigrant families to the USA.
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|Victoria Roberts Smiley||Dora|
I will keep an eye out for her as I "mow the rows". I am also going to check my "unknown" folder for her. There is a particular block that seems to be a section for many first wives that died young and are not buried with their husbands.
|Victoria Roberts Smiley||Dora Dykstra|
This is probably way off the mark, but there was a request for Dora and the cemetery didn't have records for her. I found a Cora Dykstra and snapped a pic in case it could perhaps be an error on either side? 1896-1976 lmk :)
|D Horab||RE: Henry & Anna Inkmann graves|
You are very welcome. I'm glad I could help!
Added by D Horab on Jul 03, 2013 2:28 AM
|Judy H||Sr Inkmann|
I'd be happy to transfer the memorial to you if you would like. If not, I'm always happy to add information.
Added by Judy H on Jun 27, 2013 4:34 PM
|Jerri Johnston||James Dykstra|
If you can find out the block and lot number for this person, I can go and get the picture. This is a HUGE cemetery and it would take a week to find it without the right info.
I forgot an "n" = ) It seems to come and go in the records.
Henry Inkman is my great-great-great grandfather. I am descended through his son Ignatious. Nice to meet you!
|Alice Wehmhoener||Tombstone pictures|
Thank you for the tombstone pictures.
Thank you for looking for Wenzel's grave. He must not have had a stone.
Added by Suze on Jul 27, 2010 9:23 AM
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