|Steven Schrater (#47395950)|
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Steven and Kathy Schrater|
106 Ridgecrest Dr.
Grew up on SCHROTER family farm about 5 miles south of Timken, Kansas.
Parents are Vernon (deceased) and Marjorie Schrater (deceased) of Great Bend, Kansas
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|Angie||RE: Summit View Cemetery|
For a map of Summit View Cemetery, on the findagrave.com Summit View Page, there is a link you can click, and it will take you to a map..also it shows some of the names in the cemetery and the plots. The map is from the City of Guthrie. The map is very tiny, tho! There are 2 I know of, that are religiously going to Summit and taking pictures. Cyndie and I both have been going. A lot of the photo requests, don't have gravestones. I would rather walk aisle by aisle and row by row myself. I have been using www.familysearch.org, to connect family members. You can email me, firstname.lastname@example.org, and we could co-ordinate with sections that need to be photographed. We could use the help :)
Added by Angie on Mar 29, 2014 11:01 PM
|Phyllis (Porter) Zegers||Paul Lewis Crim & his dad|
Are you related to Paul Lewis Crim? I see you posted his picture on his page. I have been researching his father, John L Crim (1870-1927), and have created a Find-a-Grave memorial (#120259583) for John. The circumstances surrounding John's ashes would be of interest to the family. John's Find A Grave memorial discusses that his cremains are located at the Oregon State Hospital and are available to be claimed by family members. In case you are interested here's the link http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=120259583
|David Neerman||Paul Lewis Crim|
Saw the photo you posted of Paul Crim. Are you related?
|Cindy (Nekvasil) Hester||re:SCHROTER,ANNA & JOSEPH|
When you go to one of their memorials you made. Look under the death date you should see in blue. "add family members". Click on that. You will see add spouse. In this box you have to have the memorial# for that spouse. In other words,look up Joseph,jot down his #,go to Anna's memorial,click on add family member there in blue,add #. You'll get it!!
Have a great weekend!!
|Family Searcher||Henry GEIN|
Glad to help
Feel free to visit another new listing from yesterday. Another pioneer buried upon the prairie not far from pioneer cemetery.
Johanne Christiane WEBER (1813-1891)