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Janice Godfrey (#47372427)
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Been doing family research for about 8 years now. Family is all over the place, from the USA to Canada, to England and Scotland. Can do photos in the Owego area. :-)
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Linda Hinojosa
RE: Barron N Crouch
Thankyou
Added by Linda Hinojosa on Jun 04, 2016 7:15 PM
Linda Hinojosa
RE: Barron N Crouch
You don't happen to live anywhere near Cold Spring do you? I would love to get a photo of my great uncle's grave in Cold Spring Cemetery. His name was Alvin (Alvino) Minear 1892-1928. He was in Navy so he may have a military stone. If by chance you ever go that way. Thanks and you are very welcome, I love going to cemeteries to get photos.
Added by Linda Hinojosa on Jun 02, 2016 12:13 PM
Linda Hinojosa
Couch
I found Harren Couch in the cemetery, but it looks like his name id Barren N. Couch. The dates on the stone are the same. Let me know if this is definitely wrong and I will try to find another. I could also try to search the records at the court house if you need additional verification/information.
Added by Linda Hinojosa on May 29, 2016 4:07 PM
KUber
Lyman Brown
Janice,
A belated thank you for the pic of Lyman's headstone taken back in April. Thanks for your time and effort.
Added by KUber on Jul 19, 2015 11:09 AM
LoriAnn Gorman
Photo of Christopher
Dear Janice Godfrey,

Thank you so much for the picture you took of my son's headstone. It means the world to me. Since I have not been able to visit his grave for so long and I was not able to be their when the headstone was put in to place. Thank you again for your help in this matter.
Added by LoriAnn Gorman on Apr 21, 2015 8:20 PM
Susan K. Park
RE: Permelia Millard
I wanted to let you know that I did take pictures of Frank Millad, Rausel C. Millard, Sarah Ann Millard and Jacob W. Millard. Permelia rests in the family plot. Frank (1861 - 1961) rests in grave #1, Rausel C. (1819 - 1878) rests in grave #2, Permelia rests in grave # 3, Sarah Ann (1856 - 1945) rests in grave # 4 and Jacob W. (1858 - 1898) rests in grave # 5.

I thought that might give you an idea how the family plot is set up.

Susan
Added by Susan K. Park on Apr 19, 2015 9:26 AM
Brad Albee
Anna Leipert
I have sent a correction the person that maintains Anna's memorial...she is not buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery, she is buried in Mt. Etna Cemetery in Adams County, Iowa...I confirmed this through a cemetery book....I also have asked him to add her obit from the local paper that I found...

I will try and get a photo of her headstone tomorrow weather permitting....hope this helps..

Brad Albee
Orient, Iowa


Mrs. Joseph Leipert, whose maiden name was Anna Schloplier, was born in Prague, Austria, and died at her home in Adams county Iowa, the 26th of September, 1918. She would have been 83 years old had she lived until December. She came to America when a young woman and was married to Joseph Liepert 61 years ago at Iowa City, Iowa. Mr. Leipert died 13 years ago. Of their ten children, but three survive her. They are Mrs. Anna Woerz, of Des Moines and George and Fred Leipert, of Adams County. She is also survived by one brother, Enoch Schlopher, who lives in the eastern part of the state, and by seven grandchildren, and six great grandchildren.
Mrs. Leipert lived on the old homestead, four miles north of Carbon, for the past 43 years and was widely and favorably known. She was a good neighbor, a kind and devoted mother and a Christian woman.
The funeral services were conducted by Rev. E. A. Moore, from the home Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, and were largely attended. Interment was made in the Mt. Etna cemetery.


Printed in the Adams County Free Press October 2, 1918
Added by Brad Albee on Jan 16, 2013 4:26 PM
TSOtime
RE: Thank You!
I also have Mabel's husband as you requested in your request.
Added by TSOtime on Aug 28, 2012 9:54 PM
 

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