|John Kluck||RE: 6398640|
Patricia! Thanks for reaching out. I've uploaded some images that you might be interested in! Stay in touch. John
|Joyce Major||RE: Dollye Quinn West|
You are welcome. If you ever want to share information, contact me with my email address as posted. Your grandmother's sister Beatrius Lulu was my grandfather's first wife. And your grandmother's step-Mom Susan Dyer House Quinn was my great grandmother.
|Cemetery Sister 1||RE: Memorial 1299 37934|
Pat: I apologize for putting Florence Delsing on there while she was still alive. I removed the photo as that is only supposed to be for deceased individuals. Thank you for letting me know.
Pauline (Dawes) Morgan
I found that I had created a duplicate record for her husband Thomas. I had to delete my record, but I linked her to the other record. Wanted to let you know.
|Tom C||RE: Mae Parrish|
You are very welcome.
Are you connected to Mae ?
Added by Tom C on Feb 09, 2014 12:34 PM
|Lynn Greene||Elizabeth Loretta English Tierney|
I really hope this message finds you. I am a descendant of your grandmother Elizabeth Tierney's sister, Margaret Crane Shanahan. I found you through a letter I have that was written to your grandmother from Margaret's daughter Neelie Price Crane. I would love to share information about this family! Please email me at email@example.com or call me at 530 885-9119. We are distant cousins!
Mrs. Lynn Greene
1419 Buckeye Court
Auburn, CA 95603
|H1||RE: Fannie Visser Wiersema|
If I had to guess, I would guess that the Dutch one is correct as that birth year most closely matches the birth year of her husband. Please let me know either way which date you would like me to use.
Added by H1 on Aug 04, 2013 7:30 PM
|H1||RE: Winnifred Wiersema|
August Ervin DEMAN, her husband, is also at Forest Home Cemetery. Would you like me to add him or would you prefer to do that?
Added by H1 on Jul 30, 2013 3:18 PM
|Sonia Sanchez||RE: Dario and Rose Larcher|
I transferred Rose to you. It's interesting that you mentioned Calvary. I recently started reading up on the history of Evanston and was just thinking of visiting Calvary. Most of the founding families of Evanston are buried there. St. Peter's Cemetery in Skokie is also very interesting to me. I have photographed close to 300 graves there. It's a small cemetery with many of the founding families of Skokie.