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Hi--My name is Cathy. I am a retired HS English teacher with a BA from IL ST and and MA from Bradley, formerly of IL, now enjoying life in AZ.|
I have been doing geneaology for both my and my husband's family for the past 40+ years!
My interests on my mother's side :Irmscher-Doerr-Lochmiller--Borcherding-Mohn. My mother was born in St. Louis; her father and family in Leipiz, Saxony, Germany; her mother's family in Texas Co., MO and Albany, NY.
On my father's side, my interests are Schmidgall-Dallinger-Schieber-Wagner, mainly. Both of my father's parents were born in Wurttemberg, Germany.
My husband's family has been from Schuyler Co., IL since the 1820s--on his dad's side: Bartlow-Black-Suddeth-Hightower-Moore-Springs. On his mom's side: Caldwell-Pickinpaugh-Horton-Dunlavy-Gragg.
I have many photos from Schuyler Co, IL and Morton, IL. My husband and I have always enjoyed visiting old cemeteries around the country.
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|Larry E. Barnes||Nancy Menefee|
Hello. Unfortunately, I don't happen to know anything further about Nancy. My basic (name and dates) info I entered was from a county cemetery book from my local library which is generally based on local volunteers reading headstones, in this case, in the 1960's-70's.
|RL (Bob) Nielsen||RE: Re Carl Dallinger and Lena Dallinger|
Actually, I only took the photo of Carl's gravestone at the Apostolic Christian Cemetery, located 4 mi south and 1 mi east of Remington. I am not sure why "Fowler" was selected as the "town" in Find A Grave for that cemetery. The cemetery is located about 3.5 mi south and 5 mi west of Wolcott, where the other, similarly named, cemetery lies just to the east of that town.
I am confident that Lena's stone is not at the same cemetery as Carl's. I have never visited the one closer to Wolcott, so cannot verify hers is located there, though I have to assume that is correct.
|juana manzana||me again.|
I just read your bio. I should have said, "Is your husband related to my dad?" Names in his family are Kelly, Tracy, Schramm, Butler (of course).
Thanks again. Jean (Juana Manzana)
|juana manzana||Thank you|
I'm so glad to see the photo of my mother and father's grave. Thank you so much for your effort. (I recognize your last name as a Rushville name. Are you maybe related to my dad?)
|Heather Cottrell||Taylors and Hollenback|
Thank you very much for posting these photos from the Rushville City Cemetery. It is appreciated!
|Paul Lambert||Edna Stephens -- thank you|
Thank you for taking and posting the Edna Stephens stone, I really appreciate it!
|Zachary Mourning||Mourning family in Rushville, IL|
Thanks for the pictures! I am sure this is David Lyon Mourning. I do have conflicting sources as to whether he was born in 1856 or 1857. For the sake of findagrave I will put 1857 since it is "written in stone." Thanks for taking the time for the pictures and creating the profiles of Olive and Mable.
I can't believe how much better your photos are! You must have a much better camera or it was just too sunny the day I was there. Maybe too late in the day and shadows?
Anyway thanks! I am willing to transfer any of these if you like. Let me know.
Added by Kris on May 27, 2014 12:35 PM
|Kris||RE: walter d. scott marker at Rushville Cem|
Yes, would love any better photos. I will delete mine.
Added by Kris on May 25, 2014 10:27 PM
|BobH||Sidney P. Winteringham|
A few weeks ago, you asked if I had any information on Sidney Winteringham; unfortunately, I do not. All headstones located in the Winteringham family plot were indexed and entered into the database. Good luck on your search.
Added by BobH on May 21, 2014 4:57 PM
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