|Scott Dyson (#47551262)|
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My father is James Armstrong Dyson Jr, son of James Armstrong Dyson Sr. Descended from F.M. (Francis Marion) Dyson who was born in Morgan County, Ohio, raised in Appanoose County, Iowa, and disappeared from Pawnee County, Nebraska after 1891 - may have been hijacked & killed during a cattle drive to/from Texas.|
My family tree includes: Pastian, Thompson, Reichert, Stapleton, Larson, Cummins, Iszler, Meckler, Leeper, Oswald, Hanaman, Claycomb and Lanman.
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|Darrell G Mounts||Dema Dyson|
I found that she married and evidently divorced Fred J Watson then John Dyson, if you want their marriage notice drop me a line. Couldn't have found it without the Robb Info.
|Peace4me||RE: Saint Clairsville Union Cemetery|
You are very welcome!! There is a stone for John's wife if you are interested in making a memorial for her, I'll add the photo. Myrtle V. Dyson July 12, 1881-August 13, 1964. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Oct 14, 2015 9:09 AM
|Debbie||Marie Ackerman Hertz's tombstone photo|
Thank you, Scott, for taking this tombstone photo of Marie Ackerman Hertz in Saint Johns Cemetery in New Leipzig!
Added by Debbie on Sep 28, 2015 6:18 PM
|Peggy Litzo||RE: Haynes Cemetery|
Thank you for the ones you did find.
|Peggy Litzo||Haynes Cemetery|
Scott - Thank you for doing photos of this cemeery. I appreciate the photos that have been added. Many are family, some are neighbors and friends all are important. All need to be remembered and you are helping. Thanks again. Peggy
|Peggy Litzo||RE: Warbis photo|
The photos help and mean a lot. Will send more requests. Thank you for doing all of them. Peggy
|Peggy Litzo||Warbis photo|
Thank you for going out and getting this photo for me. Hope you had a great autumn day
|Eddieb||PFC Larry Lyle Warbis|
Thank you so very much for the headstone photo..
Added by Eddieb on Sep 13, 2015 11:35 AM
Thank you soo much for the picture of my 3x great grandmother's resting place. Of all the photo requests that I have made on findagrave, this one meant the most to me. Thank you again!
|Family Historian 1955||Henry Jacoby|
Thank you very much for the picture.
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