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|I have been involved in genealogy research for about 10 years and enjoy working on my family lineage as well as helping others. My family came from NW Missouri but has since spread throughout the country just like other families. The main surnames of interest are:|
Paternal: Hass; Haas; Harmon; Haskins; Ross; Constant; Trimble; Green; Walker; Willis; Lisle; Vassar; Eidson; Goosey; Long; Stratton; Harris; Tolson; Miller; Wilhite; Broyles; Purser; Medcalf; Cuthberson; Jennings
Maternal: Findley; Wilson; Walker; Hatcher; Walters; Hail; Crowson; Thomas; James; Alder; Knight; Cheek; Robbins; Stevens; Stafford; Lowell; Collins; Cox
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We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
Thank you for the correction on the information for the mother of Willard Harmon.
Would you know who Elizabeth Lucinda Harmon's parents were?
I am also a Miller, Constant, Vassar family member.
Added by Goddess on Sep 23, 2013 7:29 AM
|Barbara McCully||Hatchers-Mize Cemetery|
I photographed the entire cemetery a few weeks ago. Richards stone was there, but not Janes'.Richards stone is posted on Find A Grave on his memorial. There were a few stones that were totally unreadable. Sorry I didn't find her. All the Hatchers that I could find have been posted, including Hen, who had a request. Best regards, Barb McCully
|Eileen Manning||Re: Rosa Edna Long Spainhower|
I've corrected the memorial to reference Miller Cemetery in Worth County. Thanks for telling me. Good catch!
|@ngel||RE: Charles Layman Photo|
That is very interesting. If I remember right, I think there was a child Layman to left left of Charles. Left of that grave was another set of Laymans. I will try to get out there tomorrow to check for Lucinda and check the child.
Added by @ngel on Jun 05, 2012 5:38 PM
|@ngel||RE: Charles Layman Photo|
You are very welcome for the photo. We were looking for 5 families at the time so I don't recall seeing Lucinda, but I am more than happy to go back and look again. I do remember seeing several Laymans. It may take several days. (I am recovering from some dental work) BUt I will let you know either way.
Added by @ngel on Jun 04, 2012 9:32 PM
|GLC||RE: W C Findley Headstone|
You are Welcome. I had visited several other cemeteries that day - when I tried to take more pictures I found my memory full. The marker that I posted was the only big one, but there are quite a few other Hargrove markers there. The rest of them look like poured and stamped concrete, with names but few dates.
SM; W; MD; WR; JM; Portia; Elvira 1832;
John B 1866-1933; and Homans infant son WW-Tilly
Round Mound is a pretty Cemetery. As the name implies, it is a hill among farmland. The cemetery is enclosed by a stacked native stone fence. It has some big old red cedar trees. I will go back and take more photos, but will wait for another break in the weather. Gail
Added by GLC on Feb 09, 2012 5:04 AM
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