|Linda Waldo (#47832856)|
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I so enjoy being a photo volunteer and my husband has helped me photograph the O'Neill, NE cemetery. I spent the winter putting them all on Findagrave - a huge undertaking of over 4,000 memorials! It was important to me to help others in their family research. I will very happily transfer any memorials I have created, other than our family. We love the Lord and He loves you more than you can imagine!|
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|Nancy Smedley Gleason||Re: Atkinson|
Thank you for the reply. I will be going there Thursday. Someone else replied that there is a register in the cemetery across the street that serves both cemeteries.
You are the best! You not only transfer, but you do the SAC's first! Thanks a bunch. Keep up the great work on this site. It is so appreciated.
Thanks for the transfer offer. They are not relatives, but I'd be happy to take them, if you are trying to downsize your list.
|Jason Cerny||RE: cerny|
Nope, don't think so. My Cerny's are all on the other end of the state, or in Ohio.
|William Peel||Janzing "Transfers"|
Hello Linda, I would be more then happy to take "Tranfers" of Janzing family members. They are not direct family but they are family. I've been search for a few years for them. I'm glad I finally found them. I was always searching under the name of "Janzin" minus the g.
Thank you, have a nice day.
William Peel - 47327611
|Daniel Strong||Lois Knoell|
Today I would like the transfer of Lois Knoell to me
Find A Grave Memorial# 103994678 She is the daughter of Julius Eppenbach you can also Transfer her husband to me Thomas Find A Grave Memorial# 103994636 Thanks Dan
He died in Holt, NE
I am sorry for not getting that right. Thank you for all your attention.
Added by LesaK on May 03, 2013 9:32 AM
Oops, Can't seem to get my head out of TN. It is Nebraska. Thank you for catching that.
Added by LesaK on May 01, 2013 8:41 AM
|Ron Rader||Josiah Amos Noble|
Linda, are you related to Josiah Amos Noble? I notice that you are the creator of his memorial.
While visiting the Oak Grove Cemetery on 4-27-2013, I found some discarded stones that were thrown down an embankment into a wooded section of the cemetery.
Among these stones was a perfectly useable stone for Josiah Amos Noble. It appears to be better than the stone that is currently being used as his marker.
I have included a photo of the discarded stone on his memorial. If you think this discarded stone should be placed back on his grave, I will attempt to do so in a week or so. I will need to take a hand cart or something to move the stone. It may be too heavy for me to move by myself.
Please let me know if you think it should be moved back to his grave.
Thanks for the generous offer of transfer, but they are not my family. I entered this cemetery, as you did O'Neill. Your efforts are certainly appreciated!
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