|James||Grace Brown Postcard|
Hello Tracy, I found your picture on Find a Grave and was interested in getting a better picture of the postcard you posted from Grace Brown. She is my great-grandmother so any info I can find out about her would be great.
Added by James on Apr 04, 2014 12:47 PM
|Linda and William S.||RE: Ogle Family|
Strange; many pioneer families - they move to a state & live there a little while but then a few of their children die there (& are buried) & they move on to another state.
When a researcher sees young children buried (in this case, an Irish cemetery in Wisconsin) & the researcher looks around for the parents & they are no where to be found.
What a way to live.
I set up the website but I am not family, would you want it transferred to you??
|Linda and William S.||Ogle Family|
My wife & I found some (young) Ogle children that were buried at St. Patrick's Cath. Cemetery, Adell, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin.
There were 4 buried here but without their parents; their parents must have moved on after losing the children.
Is the Ogle Family a large family and with many people with this surname?
|Lynda McGinnis||Louman Dayle Ogle|
I visited Maple Hill Cemetery in Kansas City and photographed the marker for Anna and Lewmann Ogle. I noticed that you have a memorial for Louman Dayle Ogle in Maple Hill Cem...is this the same person as "Lewmann", husband of Anna? If so, I will post the grave marker to his memorial page also. the cemetery records show that he was buried 27 Apr 1989.
|Stephen Connor Schneider||Lucy Hawkins|
Correction. Lucy remarried and her last name was Hawkins at death, and her husband was John Hawkins.
|Stephen Connor Schneider||Lucy Varner|
There might be a memorial for Lucy D. (Drennon) Varner and her husband George W. Varner nearby as well that I would be interested in.
|Stephen Connor Schneider||Willard Drennon|
I did not post the memorial for Willard, so I assumed that whoever did had knowledge. Lou Drennon might have been Willard's grandmother, and I know at one point in time that she was living with Willard's father's family, Alvin T. Drennon. Did you get a photo of Lou's headstone? I believe her dates were Oct 1850 - 1944. If so, I can post a memorial for her so you can add a headstone photo. Thanks for taking the time to check it out.