|Bryce Reifsteck (#47323261)|
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My name is Bryce Reifsteck and I am originally from southern Champaign County, Illinois. I have recently started building on my own family history through ancestry.com and other family members who have done work previously. I would say that I have always had an interest in genealogy, but my mother-in-law's job as Township Clerk has been the biggest attributing factor.|
I am very interested in any information that you may have pertaining to my family history. Right now I am the most concerned with details and photos of my family members, but any info is greatly appreciated.
A little family history on myself:
Reifsteck Family: Grandparents-Everett&Opal(16 Children), GreatGrandparents-Herman&Esther
Negangard Family: Grandparents-William&Mary, GreatGrandparents-Ralph&Wilma
Rahn Family: GreatGrandparents-Ralph&Emma
Davis Family: GreatGrandparents-Lowell&Mildred
Please let me know if I can help anyone out around the area or if there is any information that I need to edit. I cannot get on the website everyday, because of work, but I will do what I can to help.
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|Deana Sadler||56990751 Mildred Davison|
If I am seeing the tombstone correctly, it looks like her middle name is Louise. If so, can you please fix her middle name? Thank you.
My name is Theresa Brown and my brother-in-law is your Uncle Don. Small world! I have ancestors buried in Lynn Grove Cemetery and stumbled upon this website. I was thrilled! My great great great Uncle Hiram Rush was married to Cora Logan who was related to the Negangards. I think Effie Logan Negangard was her sister. I have gotten lucky with most of my searching as the Rush/Keeble families settled in this part of the country. We still have one missing link but that is somewhere in Pennsylvania. Thank you for all the work you have done! It sure made my day when I found this link!
Sorry I mistakenly sent you duplicate SAC's. That was not my intention.
Added by Tori on Mar 24, 2012 4:01 PM
I am still working on locating her. She isn't with Clarence and my records don't go that recent. The funeral home records go to 1994 and the cemetery book to 1972. I will try when it is a bit cooler outside and can walk the cemetery. Otherwise, you will notice that I have Clarence and his first wife up. There was another Bowles couple and child located next to them...Kenneth & Dorothy and daughter Edith.
Added by Tori on Jul 06, 2011 3:30 PM
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Flowers' Stone|
Oh yes, and I wanted to ask you if Jacob was married and if he was what was his wife's name? I found other Flowers but not him.
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Flowers' Stone|
You're welcome! I thought I would never find it! But then when I went through the cemetery again the other day, I could actually see the "ers". I was really disappointed the shaving cream didn't bring out any info. But I was able to tell it was them. It just didn't show in the pic.
Thank you so much for transferring the memorial to me. The family is thrilled, as well as I.
Keep up the great work.
Added by JMS on May 06, 2011 7:49 AM
|Brenda Sunday||RE: Henry and Susan Flowers|
|Brenda Sunday||Henry and Susan Flowers|
I found all the Flowers in this cemetery but the three you asked for. I did take a pic of Nicholas Dominic's stone and will post it. I will keep an eye out when I go back for the others. Sorry.
|kpet||RE: Christine Schultz|
I have found out since I wrote you that all of the graves may not belong in Greenwood. There were even burials entered in Decatur cemetery that were not even in Decatur. So you might check further if this is a relative. Kay
Added by kpet on Dec 14, 2010 2:52 PM
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