|Jeff VoVillia (#47629178)|
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I'm 26 and have gotten into genealogy research on my Family. I'm very surprised how addicting it is and this site is not only an excellent resource but a great way to honor those ancestors! I travel often and am always willing to help if I can.|
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|Vivian Evans||RE: Cox Tombstone|
Thank you, Jeff! I am waiting for a photograph of David O. Evans and I see that a Michael will take care of it. Thanks for your help.
|Vivian Evans||Cox Tombstone|
Hello Mr. VoVillia,
I wish to thank you so much for your help in taking the time to send me a photograph of the Cox tombstone located in the Lafayette Cemetery. My husband will be thrilled to receive it. William J. Cox and his wife, Ethel, were his grandparents. Again, I appreciate it so much for your help. Thank you!
|LaRee White Engel||Matilda Froid|
Please could you take a closer picture of name and dates for me? Thanks in adance...
|Bobs your Uncle||Froids|
Thank you for adding the photos to the Froids in Boulder. I never knew that these people were my gt.gt.grandfather's siblings and parents (the tall pillar stone). I knew that my grandfather made the journey from Sweden and later was a pioneer into Nebraska but we had no idea that his parents also made the voyage. Your photo of the graves showing Elmer's (bro of my grandfather) in line with the Olaus & Carrie's tall stone proves that are were parents. They had another child that is buried in another section. He was another sibling that died at age 28 from TB. It appears that they had to purchase the plot for their son's unexpected passing then later bought a family plot.
Thank you so so much for your help!
|Art S||RE: Thank you!!|
No, thanks to you for the opportunity to do it! Art
Added by Art S on Nov 02, 2011 7:31 PM
|Adventure Rider||RE: Thank you!!|
Glad I could help!
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