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David R. Hammond PhD (#47538864)
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Bio Photo Researching the Hammond, Harn, Fitch, Butler and related families of Fleming, Bourbon and Lewis Counties, Kentucky. Also the Formaneck, Schmidt, Gassen and Fluegel families of North Dakota and Wisconsin, and the Schaul and Blatt families of Iowa.
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 • 1 Memorial/week
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Donna Sutiff
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RE: Lyndon Wesley Watts #134725814
Lyndon's parents are my grandparents, Nicholas Hugh Watts Sr. (28855582) and Martha Euretta Gauley Watts (28855580). They were married in Leola, but lived in Lamar, Missouri from about 1897 to 1900. Then they moved back to McPherson County and lived in that area until they took out a homestead in Saskatchewan in 1912. Grandpa was botrn in Michigan, the 8th of 9 children of Nicholas Parrot Watts and Lucy Louise Wright, who are buried in Barton County, Missouri. I don't know who my great great grandfather is in the Watts family. Nicholas Parrot Watts was orphaned when he was 12. I know that his mother was Ann Parrot Watts, daughter of Nicholas Parrot of Maryland, and that he was raised by James Watts, who I presume was his uncle.

I have connected Lyndon to his family on Findagrave, so you will be able to see a lot of them. My Dad was the youngest of Nicholas and Martha Euretta's children; Nicholas Hugh Watts Jr.

It would be amazing if we could connect these two Watts families. I look forward to seeing the article on Lyndon's funeral. Thank you so much!!!
Added by G. GOBLE on Nov 20, 2015 10:04 PM
Lyndon Wesley Watts #134725814
Lyndon is the older brother of my Dad and I have been looking for him for years. I knew that he was born in South Dakota around 1908 and died in 1909 or 1910. My Dad wasn't born until 1919, so he had only heard about Lyndon. Would it be possible to transfer this memorial to me. My contributor number is 47784039. Do you know if there is a headstone and/or how I could get a picture of it? I live in Oregon and have never been to SD. Thank you so much!! This completes the search for my Dad's siblings; 11 children in all.

Gail Goble
Added by G. GOBLE on Nov 12, 2015 3:51 PM
RE: Mildred Gleason's Daughter
Made the changes to bio & also linked to parents. Thank you! JudyC
Added by Judy on Aug 10, 2015 9:14 PM
RE: Peter Schaul 1863-1944
Hello! My husband's mother is Marie Germaine Schaul born in 1923 (and still going strong at 91 years!) to Adolph Schaul 1867-1951 and Mathilda Steffen 1880-1954. She married Ewald Sigwarth 1920-1997 in 1943. They were divorced in the 1990's. We all live in the Cedar Rapids/Marion, Iowa area. I have been researching the Sigwarth side for over 3 years and just started on the Schaul side this past summer. My email is if you would like to contact me. I can invite you to the Schaul family tree I have on if you would like to share your email with me. Thanks for getting in touch.
Added by JKHS on Jan 27, 2015 8:49 AM
Mary Truitt
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by AHawk81 on Jan 09, 2015 7:14 AM
Ms. Clyde
RE: Marcella Lucile Hammond
I'll delete mine. I also have one for your dad?
Added by Ms. Clyde on Sep 26, 2014 7:21 AM
Frieda Pickering
RE: Sarah List grave
Thank you so much!
Added by Frieda Pickering on Aug 06, 2012 6:33 AM
Frieda Pickering
Sarah List grave
I added a photo of Sarah's grave. Could you please update the profile to include her complete birthdate of 26 Jan 1878 and death date of 22 Mar 1878? Also her parent links are: father #52995763 William Henry List
mother #52996010 Theresa Bradford List.

I would greatly appreciate these updates being made.

Frieda Pickering
Added by Frieda Pickering on Aug 05, 2012 2:34 PM
Solomon Perry Glass
Words can not express how thankful I am for taking this photo. My family will appreciate this for generations to come. Thankyou for your time.
Added by Karen76 on Apr 24, 2012 11:14 AM
Nancy Evans
The pictures of Benjamin and Susan's tombstones are great. If you link the 2 it will be easier for people to find them.
I added them to my virtual cemetery.

Added by Nancy Evans on Oct 08, 2011 10:35 PM
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