|Rose Teeters (#47735169)|
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thank you so much for searching for her grave. I am Curious if there is NOT a headstone and just grass or was there somebody else buried in that location please?
Added by Smontee on May 23, 2014 10:24 PM
|Deborah ||John J. and Anna C. Conlon|
Thank you so much for your photos of their headstones. This is vey helpful, esp. in trying to determine their birth years. Would you be so kind as to post the CONLON (family) headstone to #108443529 for John as you did for Anna.
Added by Deborah on May 22, 2014 2:15 PM
|Jerry Coffman||William G Cullen|
Rose, thank you so very much for the time you took to take this picture for me. It is really appreciated
|patsy ettleman||RE: Anna Reisdorff|
thank you Rose that will be a big help ! My email is email@example.com would you be willing to help me find William Collins ( My G~grandfather) ? he was born in Feb of 1868 in Illinois, his folks were John & Mary Collins( my G~G Gparentes) he married in 1894 to Mahala Catherine Ferguson (My G~grandma) born is 1872 they had a son Clyde Herbert Collins(grandpa) born is 1897. Wm and Mahala divorce before 1900 and I find William & Clyde living with Wm folks in Oklahoma and Mahala remarried and living in Sidney Iowa. I found John and Mary death records and the cemetery they are in, and i know that the year Mary dies Clyde goes to live whit his mother ( but she sent him to live with her sister , Flo) in Iowa, were he He lives for the rest of his life. I cant find William after 1900. because of he common name there are tons of Wm Collins, some born in 1868, one in 1868 in Oklahoma and Married to Abby Roy but the wrong birth mo. I think he may have dies before his mother Mary or Clyde would have stayed with him. there is a family story that William came to Iowa to find his son in the yearly 1930's ( I find it very unlikely ) Mahala's father was also from Oklahoma and came to live with her about then and died a short time later, it is more likey it was someone from her side of the family that came to visit. ANYWAY . I dont know if he died before Clyde came to live with his mother or for some reason he gave up his son and was never heard from again. if you would help me i would be greatful. if you have any questions please let me know. any of corse if your not intrested in looking it up for me i fully understand.
thank you for your time and for your help
|Barbara Butcher||RE: RE:|
When did Matt and Mary divorce? Do you know if she re-married anyone?
|Barbara Butcher||"Wife of Matt" Stoffels|
Hey, Rose, I believe I will be deleting this "Wife of Matt" Stoffels memorial page because I think the 1888 was a mis-read on the stone inscription. Check out memorial #86162438 for Ingeborg Maria Jacobsen Stoffels. I think that is the correct lady for you. Let me know what you think. Easter Blessings!! Barb
|patsy ettleman||RE: Anna Reisdorff|
Thank you so much for all your work.
I cant find her Husband.( Joseph Reisdorff ) my family records have him in Kanasa City Mo in a cemetery called Little Sisters of the Poor. but I cant find a cemetery with that name so i dont know where he is. if you ever find him let me know. thanks again Patsy Ettleman
|patsy ettleman||Anna Reisdorff|
Anna E. Duhigg Reisdorff was my Great grandmother.She was Married to Joseph Leo Reisdorff the couple had 15 children. I have some family history for her. if I could get it put with her for family to find years from now would be wonderful how do i get that done. ?
thank you so much for everything.
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one entombed there or no of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
Carl and Carolyn Diamond
|Jeff Mack||Obituary for H C Oakes|
Here is her obiturary:
Omaha World Herald, April 21, 1938
IN SOUTH OMAHA Mrs. Emmett A. Oakes
Mrs. Harriette C. Oakes, 49, wife of Emmett A. Oakes, died Wednesday at her home, 4538 South Thirteenth street, after an illness of several weeks. Survivors: Husband; daughters, Mrs. Earl Sibert and MRs. Matthew Cvitak, both of Omaha; Mrs. Marshall Fields, Council Bluffs, and Mrs. Gordon Mack, Albany, Ga.; son, Jesse P., Albany, Ga.; sister Mrs. Susie Pope, Council Bluffs; brother, Paul Sprenckle, Leavenworth, Kans. Funeral services will be held at the Larkin chapel at 8:30 a.m. Friday to St. Rose's church at 9 with burial in St. Mary's cemtery.
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