|Errin Wilker (#48228192)|
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|Julie (Gahimer) Barker||Annabelle Busch|
Thank you, I have moved her memorial to the proper cemetery. I kept my memorial because Annabelle is my Grand Aunt and my memorial is the prior one. Thanks again, Julie
|Julie (Gahimer) Barker||Clem Young|
Thank you Errin! I have put Clem in the Westport Cemetery. I have also updated his memorial!
|Patricia Dittmer Hayden||Rev Lowell Dittmer|
I just received a message from my cousin who shared an ordination bulletin for Rev Lowell Dittmer for our family to see. He was my father. I understand you found this in your grandfather's papers? Could you share who your grandfather is? My mother was wondering if it was a classmate of my father or if she would know him.
Thank you so much. It was such a pleasure seeing this!
|DMD||Robert Joseph Lenz|
Thank you for the update.
Added by DMD on Aug 21, 2015 3:24 PM
|Natalie Woodall||Cora Ellen Weller Pearson|
Hello! I am not sure you can help me but here goes: I am attempting to locate the maiden name of Cora's mother. Before she married Horace Isum Weller she was Mrs. Hannah Shaw. They apparently met and married in Nebraska but I can find no Shaws on the 1870 Nebraska census. According to a book entitled History of Napa and Lake Counties, etc., she was born in Wisconsin in 1842. Horace was born in Oswego County, NY but headed west as a young man. They reportedly married in Hall County, Nebraska. If you can provide any information at all I will be most grateful. By the way, that picture of William is priceless! Thanks for sharing! Natalie J Woodall, PhD
|DHokanson||Nathan Denison d. Feb 1892 Iowa|
Errin, Thank you for all you do! I'm so grateful for folks like you who help all the rest of us. About the birth date for Nathan Denison who married Mary Jane Lusk. I happen to have a birthdate that I found in an old book online. The birthdate is May 12, 1816 in New York. The book can be found online at https://archive.org/details/recordofdescenda1881bald. The author is John D. Baldwin, the name of the book is, A record of the descendants of Capt. George Denison, of Stonington, Conn. With notices of his father and brothers, and some account of other Denisons who settled in America in the colony times. It was published in 1881. The author states that Nathan (AKA Elnathan) Denison was living in Iowa at the time of publication of the book (1881). Thanks again!
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could be of help to you. Chris
Added by macso on Jul 05, 2015 10:09 PM
|Jeff Buettner||RE: Thank-you!|
No problem! I live close by.
|Wendy Cleveland Smith||RE: Robert Irwin Cleveland|
i thought saw a new email from you via Find A Grave, but I accidentally deleted it and it wasn't in my "trash" after that happened. If you did write me a second time, please resend.
|Anonymous||RE: Gravestone of Dora (Rober) Hein-Meyer|
I have uploaded all the photos from Wheatland, so if Henry is not there, he is likely in Eitzen.
I have not done that cemetery.
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