thanks again for your help.
Added by Donna on Sep 19, 2015 6:41 AM
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Thanks Jon!|
Have added that information to her husband and to her! You're the BEST!
|Donna||RE: John Gano.|
I found dates for Lucy -- on http://www.mtamwell.org - they are a little messed up - born 1841 died 1828 - I think it meant 1928 - George and Mary, I don't see Mary, but will make a memorial for her and there is also a Conrad Gano, son of John -- I would be glad to transfer them to you, if you are related. Thanks so much for your help.
Added by Donna on Feb 10, 2015 5:50 AM
thanks so much for the heads up on his photos - I changed the order, so it is better, I also made a memorials for Nancy and Lucy. Do you know Lucy's dates? or have any other info?
Added by Donna on Feb 09, 2015 6:17 AM
|Dennis Peterson||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 90702580|
Thanks for information on Anna Etten. I checked the church records and you're correct so I've updated the memorial (90702580).
|Robert Van Natta||Van Natta name|
I see you are listed as 'sponsering' graves
associated with my family name.
I suppose this implies we are related in some
I maintain a website at
which contains some information on my ancestry.
|Anne Mount West||RE: 30798288, John Meyers|
Jon, I transferred John's memorial to you. I do have a memorial for his wife under the surname of Meyers. I was surprised to see you also made one for her but under her maiden name. I will delete my memorial. Anne
Thank you for the information. I will check this out. One of my family names is Train,
Added by DKOWN on Mar 04, 2012 3:52 PM
|Kevin Murphy||RE: Arnwine|
I have added the info on Elizabeth memorial but I cannot "link" them. The creator of the childrens sites must link then with their parents.
|DKOWN||RE: William McGraw|
I found Williams second wife: Mary Jane Harris McCraw death certificate and updated her and Williams information at Rose Hill. In a book I used to enter names had the surname mispelled. I believe the person who did a walk through mis read the tombstone. I was unable to locate William's death record.
In 1900 Census Brookfield, Linn, Missouri
Willialm, Mary Jane and her brother, William Harris were living together at 224 Macon St. William was a Locomotive engineer, William Harris was a rail road brakeman. William and Mary had been married for 7 years, no children had been born to this union.
This is all I know.
Do you want me to transfer William to you?
Added by DKOWN on Feb 27, 2012 4:12 PM
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