|Mike McQuaid||RE: Elizabeth Ankers #144070185|
I've transferred both of the Ankers pages that I put on over to you .. I hope that's OK....
You certainly have a lot of info' ...
If you have another look at 143908913 .. someone has added another photo of a gravestone with some dates that will match up with yours I think...
|Mike McQuaid||Re Elizabeth Ankers #144070185|
Sorry that I've not made the edits that you suggested but the edit dates correspond to a different Elizabeth Ankers.. the dates on the 144070185 page are from the memorial plaque itself and they match up with death records and family trees on Ancestry.....
There is also an Elizabeth Ankers with your dates in the death records ( Cheshire 8a 255 Q2 1900)
I don't have any connection to the family though, so I'm more than happy to transfer the page to you if it's part of your research...
|K. Medved||RE: Elza Morris Carter|
You are very welcome. Kay
|arrowkeeper||RE: Dallas Gray|
You are very welcome.
|Christina ||Marjorie Carey in Ferncliff Cemetery|
Marjorie is buried alone. I found no one else in the area with the same last name.
|Bill Stephens||Albert Rouse @ Harveyville Cemetery, Kansas|
I am fulfilling your photo request as best I can. I have the cemetery records and it confirms that there is an infant buried in lot 118 along with other Rouse family members. The photo I have posted shows 5 of the Rouse clan, all in lot 118. The child is buried either to the left of the large family marker or between Neal and Leona. It is not possible to know exactly where
|Harold R. Long||Picture|
You will have to remind me of the picture to which you refer.
|CHS||Shirley Miller # 32183654|
I found her obit in the RTD and she was a single lady and her parents were Ruth Thomas Hepler and Henry H Miller. I hope this helps with your search.
Added by CHS on Mar 14, 2014 11:50 AM
|Dale Brennan||RE: Margaret E Quickel|
Dianne, Good question ... I see where you can add a photo, but not delete ... maybe if you contacted Find-a-Grave?
|ColoradoPatriot||Mildred Davidson Flory|
I was able to visit Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado
Springs and photograph the grave marker for Mildred. I have added it to her memorial.
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