|Robin P. (#47842264)|
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I come from a long line of family members who enjoy genealogy. I am so thankful for this website and the people who provide so much wonderful information. The best way that I know to show my appreciation is to volunteer to take photos for others. Users of this website have my permission to use any photos that I have taken and posted to a memorial page.|
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|coan.net||RE: Carl Kohn|
I did find the stone for and his wife.
The stone is written in a "script" and I had it listed as Rohn in my index I had made, which is why I didn't find it until I revisited the cemetery today.
Oh, and they are located in Block 19b (not 19a), Lot 131
Added by coan.net on Apr 14, 2014 4:28 PM
I was looking at your photo request for Carl Kohn in Springhill Cemetery in Danville, Illinois. I'm curious in where you got the plot information from (Block 19a, Lot 131)
Looking at the cemetery records, I don't see any "Kohn" who passed away at that time, but I did find them listed as Charles & Mary Koehn. (probable "Americanized" their names at some point?) - and also listed in a different block, but same lot (In Block 19b, Lot 131) - I've taken pictures of every headstone in that area already, and did not find their stone, so I'm also curious as the person who originally posted the memorial posted that they are on the same stone.... So I will take another trip to the cemetery, and check out that plot to see if there is a stone (possible it was just hard to read, and is on my "unreadable" list - so we will see)
We also have a local genealogical website, and found these if it helps you:
Carl F. "Charles" Koehn
Maria D. "Mary" Koehn
Anyway, as I get off work early sometime next week, I will swing by the cemetery and check out that plot and get pictures of whatever stone is there.
Added by coan.net on Apr 12, 2014 7:34 PM
|C Gengler||Heinrich Eifert #58598381|
I have made the corrections you suggested. Thank you for letting me know, and allowing me to make the adjustment. Sincerely, Cindy Gengler
|Wayne Rasmussen||RE: Irwin Grunke # 88976491|
Didn't see the edits yet, but feel welcome to submit any info or pics.
|Cathy||RE: Tennant memorials|
We are so happy that you have found Ida Tennant's headstone. She was my husband's great grandmother. We thought that she was buried with her husband in North Dakota. I have corrected Ida's memorial #111132926 and we're looking forward to seeing her headstone.
Added by Cathy on Jun 12, 2013 4:04 PM
Thank you so much for the wonderful photos of the Tennant headstones and for finding the other headstones for Fred, Duane & Ida.
I added the memorials for Fred & Duane:
Fred Tennant 112023172
Duane Tennant 112023263
Are the dates for Ida Tennant 1869-1947?
I thought she was buried in a different cemetery, so will need to fix this before the photo can be added.
Added by Cathy on Jun 09, 2013 9:37 AM
|Kendall Mellem||Browns, Fairview Cem, Stillwater, MN|
Thank you for trying to find and photograph the graves of Edward and Hannah Brown. I'm sorry to have sent you on a wild goose chase, so to speak. It's also odd that there's no marker, as Edward was a prominent and wealthy citizen. The cemetery had supplied me with the plot numbers over the phone, and his obituary says he's buried there. I'll check back with the cemetery sexton--perhaps I misunderstood the numbers. In any case, I very much appreciate your hard work on my behalf!
Thank you so much for finding my relative's plots and information at the cemetery. You helped me out so much.
|Broken Mountains Genealogical Society||Thank You|
Thanks for the prompt picture of Florence Gesswein! It was much appreciated.
Thanks so much for the photos. I really appreciate it! :)
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