|Gail (Icenogle) Lewis (#6142251)|
| || member for 16 years, 3 months, 8 days|
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|Amateur genealogist...surnames Icenogle, Everhart, Welty, Albert, Lewis, Dinsmore, Hahn. |
I LOVE this site! What a wonderful way to pay tribute to family, friends and other loved ones who have left us. I am happy to take photos in the Colorado Springs area. I am willing to take photos all over the state if you are not in a hurry!
If you live in Colorado I recommend that you buy "From the Grave" It is written by Linda Wommack, published by Caxton Press, Caldwell, Idaho, 1998. We have carried this book in the car since I bought it in 1999. It has taken us places we would never find on our own and there are still some we are working to find. Excellent reference book.
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|Teresa D||Susie Margaret Icenogle Gray (6648654)|
Can you link her to her parents please?
Thanks so much for all of your help.
Added by Teresa D on Apr 27, 2014 5:01 PM
|Teresa D||Susie Margaret Icenogle Gray|
Thanks for updating her memorial. I know it's been awhile since you did this, but I'm finally getting back to my findagrave emails. I wanted to let you know that I noticed and say thank you. Have a great day.
Added by Teresa D on Mar 20, 2014 9:39 AM
|Kate||S.Sgt. Carl H. Icenogle|
I saw your memorial message you left on his page. I have more information about him if you are interested. I am his G-G-niece.
Added by Kate on Dec 22, 2010 5:03 PM
|Julie||Adams Cemetery, Schuyler County IL|
Hi Gail -
Could you please check to see if you placed the memorial to Isabell Everhart in the correct cemetery? About a week and a half ago, my sister and I threaded our way through a cornfield to a tangle of weeds and vines that is the Adams Cemetery just off Lagrange Lock Road, southeast of Rushville, IL. We found and photographed all the stones we could find, including all but one of the burials that are listed for that cemetery on Findagrave.com, but did not see the one for Isabell Everhart. The picture of her tombstone on Findagrave shows mowed grass and another smaller stone behind it, and does not look anything like the Adams cemetery we encountered.
I will be posting soon the pictures we took in that Adams Cemetery. if you are related to that Adams family, as I am, I would love to hear from you.
Added by Julie on Sep 06, 2008 10:46 AM