|Nathan Haines||RE: Elizabeth Linn Burger|
I don't remember if I told you to click on the pictures to see the captions with the pictures? Elizabeth has no gravestone. That was the reason for the flag.
|No Reins||Elizabeth Swinehart Linn|
I am related to her husband John E. Linn. I am through his second marriage to Rhoda Morley. I have yet to locate any memorial for Elizabeth. I have checked all of the cemeteries around New London, Iowa and there is not a memorial for her that I can find. I am guessing that maybe she is buried on ground that John owned in New London at the time of her death, but nothing so far. I am still looking.
Added by No Reins on Feb 02, 2016 4:17 PM
|Luella Hinrichsen||Elizabeth Linn|
Thomas I have deleted the information you asked me to, sorry this wasn't the right family, maybe some day we'll find out her parents. I don't think our newspapers go back this far, wish they did! Luella
|jan dwyer||RE: Frances Burgie|
Thomas, thanks for your help. I was doing research for my cousin and therefore I am not requesting ownership at this time.
Thanks for taking care of this and for setting up the memorials. I appreciate your time and attention.
|KL Strickler||RE: strickler|
You might check with Frank Duff, he did research on the Strickler's in America and even wrote a book. Duffworks@hotmail.com
|KL Strickler||RE: strickler|
My great grandfather, Joseph Frank Strickler, immigrated from Germany to NY in 1883 then settled in Canton, Illinois. That's where my Strickler family started. I don't have any from Ohio that I know of.
|Eileen||RE: Ethan Linn|
I have just now posted a photo of Caroline's stone with a caption that will hopefully help anyone else searching for Ethan's stone. I have seen this happen numerous times--where one spouse dies quite young and then the surviving spouse ends up without a stone. The original stone is still quite impressive, in spite of it's broken condition. I wondered to myself if the family hadn't intended that Ethan's name be added at the proper time, but there was no one there to see it through. Coincidentally, I photographed a military grave yesterday with the name of Ralph Linn (1897-1970) in one of the Veteran's sections, just in case he might be in your tree as well? Thank you for allowing me to help.
Added by Eileen on Jan 26, 2016 9:21 AM
|ROK||RE: Jeanne Foreman|
Didn't mean to tramp on your toes. Am good friends with one of Jeanne's daughters. Everything I find I run past her for verification, pertaining to the Zartmans and Luthringers. Transferring management is up to you, though it would make it easier to apply information to their memorials as I obtain it.
Thank you for your interest in the whole, "Find A Grave" deal.
I thought greenapple went out of business.
Added by ROK on Jan 08, 2016 12:23 PM
Thomas. Thanks so much for the great picture and volunteering your time to take it!! Pam
Added by PLS on Dec 24, 2015 7:52 AM
|Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson||Seifert|
Thank You for the Picture.
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