|bweber||Emilie and George Weber|
Thanks Ms Snider. This is the gravestone for my great grandparents who immigrated from Germany in 1912. They lived in Kansas with their son, the Reverend Clement Weber, who immigrated in 1905.
Added by bweber on Aug 18, 2015 7:14 PM
|Vicky Bergman||Thank You!|
|Nancy Berntson||Ryan family|
Is there any chance that Margaret Gertrude Ryan is buried in this cemetery? She was born6 Feb 1916 and died 30 Jul 1917. Or possible in one of the other cemetery's in the Colby area. I hope you can help me find her. Thank you
|Nancy Berntson||Ryan and Weishaar|
Are you related to these last names? I am helping my girlfriend do research and these are her last names.
|Nancy Berntson||Just a Question|
Michelle, I am assuming you live in Kansas. If I have the death certificate for someone how would I put this in. Here is what I have
Death Certificate from Thomas county, Kansas #97
1129n Registered # 604
this is for my girlfriends family, so i am not looking at the paper
this is how she has the note typed up
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||Burkepile stone at Hoxie|
I'm not sure if I ever thanked you for taking the photo of Maizie & Robert Burkepile's stone at the Hoxie Cemetery, but I certainly appreciate your doing so.
Do you know if Richard Aschenbrenner is buried in the same cemetery as his parents and siblings? The obituary I have does not list the burial location. The mass was celebrated in Topeka. Thanks for your help.
|LonnaBeth ||Noah M. Thompson Headstone Picture|
So neat that you added the headstone for NM Thompson in Rexford KS. Are you related to him? He was my gg uncle. Thanks so much.
Lonna Beth Marietta GA
|Dominique Potier||Loyd O Taylor|
Thanks for your picture, unfortunately I can't tell if he was an airborne during the WW2 . If one day you find his obit could you contact me ?
Thank you so much for the Jones photos!!
Added by Zenith on Jun 05, 2013 9:56 AM
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