|Lisa Kay Afonso (#47322645)|
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Thank you to all of the wonderful members of Find A Grave. I've been stumped working on my family tree and I'll put out a request for a memorial photo and just hours later the missing clue arrives. It is so kind of you to take the time to create these memorials and take these photos.|
My ancestors in
Indiana; Lewis, Humphreys, Douthit, Hyneman.
Missouri; Lenhardt, Perrot, Perlow/Pierlow, Rieck.
Iowa; Kay, Hudson, Hallman, House
Florida; Ragan, Hillhouse
Always happy to meet new relatives and share information.
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|Mitch Helle||RE: Fletcher - Kay @ Woodbury Cemetery|
Thanks for the info!
|Mitch Helle||Robert Lyman Fletcher|
Do you have any ideas why Robert Lyman Fletcher and James Kay might share a headstone in Woodbury cemetery, Lyle, MN? I'm doing some work on that cemetery and I'm just curious.
|Ruth Smith||David Rieck|
Lisa: Do you know any information about David Rieck who is buried at New Lorimier cemetery here in Cape Girardeau? I cannot find any additional information like where he was born, where he died and who his parents were? Also if you would like a transfer for his memorial page, I would be glad to do that.
|deanna french||FAG PHOTO,Horace Hudson|
Hi Lisa, I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to locate the last resting place of many of our "old soldiers" I am asking you if I could use the photo you posted on Find A Grave for Horace Hudson, to post on the Vermont Civil war site. ( www.vermontcivilwar.org). You would receive credit for this, and it would finish my inquiries for photo's in Howard County, IA.
Thank you for your consideration,
|Dee N||Eugene Pierlow's Death Date|
Eugene Pierlow died Feb. 6, 1894. The date on the stone is incorrect. He probably didn't have a stone and when his sister died they added his name to her stone at a later date. He was shot and died. There are newspaper articles and a coroner's report to support this.
Added by Dee N on May 20, 2016 10:32 AM
I have sent you an invite to see the tree. It will come from Ancestry.com.
Added by P. Meado on Oct 18, 2015 10:51 AM
|P. Meado||RE: Stella Damotte|
I have done quite a bit of research on the Ball line as they are my husband's line--3rd or 4th grt. grandparents Jesse T. and Catherine McGlothlin Ball. I could send you an invite to view the tree on ancestry. If it is your line?
Added by P. Meado on Oct 18, 2015 1:37 AM
|Paula Betz||Thank you!|
Thank you for promptly replying to my email message to you about photos, I truly appreciate it. Wishing you all the best!
Added by ProgBase on Nov 19, 2013 5:07 AM
|Tilena Aldridge||Loren E.Booker|
Loren Request photo...
I did some research and Loren is not in New Bern National. But I did find him on find a grave #68988875. He is buried at New Bern Memorial Cemetery. Sometimes they move them. I had this with one other from this cemetery but there are photos on the memorial and it looks nice the person that did it did a great job.
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