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grave walker
RE: David E. Smith
I cant find a Grand View Cemetery in Greeley Iowa. The oFuneral Home is for a David W. Smith.
Added by grave walker on Nov 21, 2013 5:26 PM
grave walker
RE: David E Smith obit correction
Sorry about that. What cemetery is he buried in?I will see if I can find the right obit.
Added by grave walker on Nov 02, 2013 8:26 AM
Terry Goodwin
RE: Catlin Photo
You are quite welcome, glad to be of assistance.
Terry
Added by Terry Goodwin on Oct 09, 2013 4:31 AM
Sarah Johnson
From Sarah
I am not related to John Gibbs of Earlville, Iowa. I have placed numerous tokens on Gibbs memorials, including non-relatives. I am a descendant of Richard G. Gibbs (1810 - 1887) of NC, who moved to Fayette Co., GA and then to Cleburne Co., AL.
Added by Sarah Johnson on Jun 19, 2012 9:45 PM
Leo J. Offerman
RE: Message received from you
Hello, I am not sure what your message is about!!
Please explain. Thanks
Added by Leo J. Offerman on May 17, 2012 10:35 PM
Lois Palecek
Elizabeth Smith Foote
On her findagrave.com page you put she died such a tragic death - how did she die?
Added by Lois Palecek on Apr 24, 2012 1:43 PM
the moo
RE: Deerfield Killings in 1696
The Old Deerfield Burying Ground which contains the 1704 monument (that you mentioned) was the only burying ground they would have used in 1696. Today, the oldest stone dates from 1695, but the burying ground contains many burials older than that.

I'm not aware of any separate memorial to the 1696 massacre, though there is a memorial to the Belding family killed in that raid in the Memorial Hall museum in Old Deerfield.
Added by the moo on Mar 09, 2012 6:42 AM
Diana Hamby
RE: Coffins Grove Cemetery
Nancy, Thank you sooooo much for your help with the pictures for John Tripp, Esther Potts Tripp and ELiza. Any chance you saw a grave for Lydia in that cemetery. She was his mother. We have found that she had died in Delaware Co., Iowa as well. She was born 1783 in New York and died Sep 27 1876 in Delaware Co., Iowa.

Lydia is my 5x grandmother. My sister had found that just before she died she had lived in a "debtors" home. She has peaked our curiosity and trying to find what we can. Have found some info where we are led to believe that she was Native American. I will check out the info you sent me, but if you know of any historical access for that area I would love to know about it.

If ever I can help in finding something in Alabama just let me know.

Diana
Added by Diana Hamby on Jan 12, 2012 10:22 PM
Elaine
RE: Baker Cemetery
Nancy, you could very well be correct about Coffin's Grove Cemetery. You did not say this was for Aaron and Charles P. Tripp, but those are the only two I have pending for Baker Cemetery. So I hope I have correctly interpreted your question.

I found the memorial for Aaron and Charles P. Tripp on Find a Grave. That says Baker Cemetery. However, I found a cemetery listing for Charles P. Tripp that says Coffin Grove. I have no real knowledge of the cemetery, other than what I have found on the internet. These two are brothers and both served with Company F. 27th Iowa Volunteer Infantry (Civil War). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Elaine on Jan 12, 2012 1:22 PM
Debbie Ellsworth Hamernick
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thank you so much

Deb Ann
Added by Debbie Ellsworth Hamernic... on Jan 12, 2012 8:42 AM
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