|Carolyn Sebastian (#47514354)|
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|I feel that everyone is important, whether an infant or an adult who have passed away! Each of them should be remembered and accounted for!!!That is what I am trying to do and connect each person with their families!|
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|Andi Lynn Angle||RE: John Foster 29841153|
Okay, I went back to Webster Cemetary and found the Foster plot. It is a 8 x 10 area, seperated from the rest of the area by stones or bricks. It has the large monument for John, died 1850, (I posted a picture of this stone). If you look in the background of this photo you can see other stones. The stone on the far left is for the son of John and Vashti. The middle and right stones are not readable at all, they are very weather-worn and faded. Perhaps one of these belong to Vashti. I photographed them today. Would you like me to email them to you?
|Charles||RE: Mathilda Dorman 81787935|
Thinks for the information. I am taking pictures of the grave stones of Rose Hill Cemetery in Buffalo, Ia. Some of the sites all the information I have gotten is from the headstones.
Added by Charles on Apr 12, 2013 2:17 PM
|Mo & Dave Gates||RE: Hehner's|
You are very welcome. Glad to help.
How interesting! My great grandfather was a Phillipe Jacob Hehner, but he was a farmer. He went by Jacob which is common in Germany to use the middle name as the first. This was the only cemetery that we went to. We do not have a Josephine in our line that I know of. I will ask the other 'cousins' and see if they know of her. As far as most of us know, our elder Hehners are all buried at this cemetery. Our Hehners came to the US around 1851 from Heimburg, Germany. Jacob's family came through New Orleans to St. Louis, then Mascoutah. They had 10 children!!We have quite a bit on Ancestry.com about the Hehners, including pictures. I will keep you posted.
|mulrichosc||RE: Elsie Perry 99273616|
Changes made. Would be happy to transfer Elsie and Elmer's memorial to you if you like.
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|Connie Edwards Thomilson||Memorial for Peanuts|
I believe Peanut is inactive at this time.
|Emma Simmons||RE: Rueben Henry Moorehead 94986081|
Please refer to the answer for Legrand reguarding this matter.
|Emma Simmons||RE: Legrand Moorehead 99149611|
It is spelled the way it was extracted from his death record found on the Scott County Death Records microfilm found at Special Collections of the Davenport Public (Main) Library in Davenport,Iowa.
On ancestry if you are on there I am historian33 in case you want to look at my tree there.
Added by MMM on Mar 18, 2013 12:18 AM
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