|Jan Everhart (#47691338)|
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|My Great Grandfather on my father's side came to Kansas from Wisconsin, but unfortunately he was adopted and all the adoption records in Spartan, WI burned in a fire. This leaves us with no way to trace back our ancestors on my father's side. |
Gt Grandfather was Harry Daily and he was adopted by John & Anna (Carvey) Daily from Spartan, WI. John's parents were Stewart & Betsy (Egleston) Daily, going back to Pennsylvania. If anyone is related to any of these people, please contact me!
We have even tried DNA testing with other members of the family, but to no avail. My mothers grandparents came from Sweden and it has been very difficult to find records on them too.
So, I decided to look into my husband's sides of the family. What a wealth of information we have on both sides, dating back to the early settlers of Pennsylvania.
I like to find out-of-the way cemeteries then taking pictures of those that don't have headstones.
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|deetsdon||Re: Norris C. Anderson|
Jan ... As I was researching my family in Salina KS, I found on Find A Grave five memorial's of the same name for Norris C. Anderson @ Gypsun cemetery in Salina #129137015, 1291137795, 129139280, 1291370049 and 129138147. All of these same names are showing they are buried in the same plot as well. I thought maybe you would want to delete all but one of these. Thanks!
Added by deetsdon on Aug 12, 2014 1:37 PM
|Cathy Smith||RE: Walter Wheeler|
Not a problem. I am happy to help!
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Williams--Gypsum Hill|
Jan, Thanks so much for beautiful photos on the Williams sites. I am so glad the warm weather is back--no more cold. Richard.
|Donna Hebein||James William and Sarah Jane Bean|
Thank you so much for the excellent pictures of James William Bean and Sarah Jane Jenkins Bean's headstones. Beautiful job and I appreciate the time that your spent in volunteering to collect this photos and then post them!
Thank you for the great photos...
Added by Bob on May 06, 2014 9:15 AM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Gottschall Sites|
Jan, Thanks for beautiful photos on the Gottschall sites. I appreciate your time in photographing the sites that I missed when I visited Gypsum Hill last winter. I have been working on two cemeteries back east and haven't had time to go thru my Gypsum Hill sites to see where they connect so I can put in photo request. Gypsum Hill is a beautiful cemetery and reminds me of the cemeteries in Europe--laid out in nice blocks and well kept. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Florence Sutton #61595951|
Jan, You have the wrong tombstone photo on site. Please remove. Thanks. Richard.
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Williams Family--Gypsum Hill|
Jan, Just a note to let you know I added about 100 Williams Family sites last night. When you are doing your walks in Gypsum Hill--excluding snow days--any Williams tombstones noticed, please photograph. They probably need a photo on Find a Grave Memorial site. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Rev Kuhn Family Photos|
Jan, thanks for beautiful photos on the above sites. Fact, In the last year about 4,000 sites have been added in Gypsum Hill. The photo rate has increased to about 70% photographed. Thanks for all your hard work. Richard
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Jennie E. Waldron Armstrong|
Jan, Thanks for above tombstone photo. Apparently she shares a tombstone with her husband, Joseph. I have put in a photo request for this photo to be added to his site. Thanks for all your help. We are still fighting the January cold. Richard.
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