|DEVIN TURNER (#47384056)|
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|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||RE: Gathel Josephine Bush Tewart|
The picture of her stone is on her memorial - right under the her picture.
|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||Gathel Josephine Bush Tewart|
Hey there Devin - Thought you'd like to know that I just uploaded a picture of Ms. Tewart's stone. My best, Cor.
|Marsha Ewald Fritz||Peter Camp|
Do you have any other info on Peter and Mary Camp from Kewanee?
I believe their name was Peter Kempken and Marie Luven. My husband is their gg grandson. It looks like they were living with their daughter Margaret Kempken and her husband Benjamin Fowles according to census records. Their last name was spelled many ways. Another daughter Sophia Kempken Steinman moved to Michigan with her husband where our family lived. Thanks, Marsha Ewald Fritz
Not sure who you are talking about. Kay
Added by kpet on Aug 12, 2014 6:46 PM
Lambing - we had it deleted already, thanks for your prompt reply.
Added by Ruthi on Jul 06, 2014 8:44 PM
|Ruthi||Joseph A. Lambing|
I think you have a wrong photo of him. There are two memorials of his at the Rupp Lutheran Cemetery. Perhaps check it out?
Added by Ruthi on Apr 12, 2014 3:38 PM
|Shantel Davis||Forrest L. Orcutt|
Hello, my name is Shantel. I happened to run into Forrests stone today and wanted to let you know, it was a great find! It was broken and half buried beside a larger Orcutt family stone. I took several pics to show the way it was found and then recovered it and let it lay up against the family stone as to not get lost. Let me know if youd like me to remove any of the pics. Just wanted to give you an idea of how we found it. Sorry the fronts so worn, but I think there may be an 1880 year-maybe SEC down in the corner. The top has been somewhat spared and my daughter and I were able to make it out. I may go back on a dryer day and try to clean it off a bit so I can get some rubbings. Might be able to make out more that way. I'll keep you posted.
Oh by the way I also ran acrossed a Daniel Orcutt nearby. January 2, 1828-May 18, 1901. I took the pic in case you needed it.
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