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Lesli Jeanne
Thomas Leroy Genson

His stone is at Mt. Zion in Starfield. Find A Grave#
Added by Lesli Jeanne on Apr 11, 2016 3:45 AM
Carolyn DeLay
Frank Brockman, Evergreen Cem.
I am redoing the Cass County Cemetery walk for the Evergreen Cemetery in Anita, IA. I noticed you had stated you didn't know anything about him. I added another pic,but with a caption this time reading:
Cemetery records:
Frank O. Brockman, died Jan 28, 1893,
Aged 5 mos 24 dys
Son of O.E. & Flora Brockman

I hope this fills in your files a little. Carolyn DeLay
Added by Carolyn DeLay on Aug 25, 2015 6:52 PM
T Turner
Lula Marriage to Ira
Lula, died of an appendicidous operation before her & Ira could be married. They were tho the witnesses when Olivia & William Webber got married. She Died May 4,1912. If you have different information with proof of marriage I would sure appreciate it. I am doin my family history & Margery was my Great Aunt. She was my Great Grandmothers sister.
Added by T Turner on Jul 02, 2014 11:39 PM
paul gunther
RE: brockman
Google Brockman at Greenway Monrovia Va and you find a website by the lady who bought the old house, she is a realtor. She gave me the name and phone number of the man whoo owns the farm where the stoneless graves are. He is very nice and will tell you the story about the head stones. good luck
Added by paul gunther on Jun 26, 2013 5:35 PM
paul gunther
RE: brockman
contact these two for they are Brockman descendants
#47 320 354 Ms Wright

#47 274 414 Mr B Brockman

Added by paul gunther on Jun 26, 2013 5:29 PM
paul gunther
I do not know if you are aware that the stones at the small abandoned church were moved there by a Brockman about 40-50 years ago. The story goes that he noticed that the church had no grave yard. He felt every church sould have one so he moved t5he stones from his family farm there. The graves are still at the farm, unmarked,and the church yard graves are empty. Strange story which I dug up from the current owners.........Paul Gunther

Added by paul gunther on Jun 24, 2013 5:22 PM

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