You seem to do a lot of work around the Oregon area. I am trying to find the grave site of my great Grandpa Engekle Andrew Roos. He was the first husband of Katie Adams Roos/ Reinders. He died in a farm threshing accident near Byron on Aug 21st 1894. There is an article about the accident in the Oregon History book. He was (I think) born in Germany on Feb 2nd 1865. I looked in the cemetery where Katie is buried. No luck. Ant ideas or guidance would be helpful. Thanks Pam
Added by Pam Strzesak on Mar 23, 2017 2:08 PM
|Pam Strzesak||RE: Photo Request|
Added by Pam Strzesak on Mar 23, 2017 6:22 AM
|Pam Strzesak||Photo Request|
I see you took and added photo's of all my family (Sharicks)foot stones at St Mary's in Oregon. My aunt Frances Sharick died in 2013. Could you possible add her foot stone on her site for me? Thank you Pam (Sharick) Strzesak
Added by Pam Strzesak on Mar 21, 2017 7:19 AM
|Claudia Gillard||Moving away from Ogle Co.|
My family was born and raised in Rockvale Township Ogle Co Ill. but for some reason all moved west in or around 1890s? They went through Ks and then Co and then Mo. The thing about it was that all of them moved from ogle co. Just wondered if anyone else had the same situation. My family's was Theodore and Mary Austin. Also their son Thomas C and Susan (Kinney)Austin. Theodore came to Rockvale around 1850 and was a stone mason and livestock broker I think. They are all listed in the Ogle Co Centennial book.If anyone knows anything about them please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
Added by Claudia Gillard on Mar 18, 2017 7:02 PM
Would you please transfer management of Lorena Burright's memorial to me. Her Findagrave no is
148062249. I have some information I would like to add to her memorial.
Added by JEP on Feb 17, 2017 1:06 PM
|Gary Cummings||RE: Hazel Funk|
My wife says they are buried in Freeport, IL.
per my wife, Faith Funk Cummings
Added by Gary Cummings on Feb 12, 2017 2:32 PM
|Elsie Harmon||Prairieville cemetery, Lee Co., IL.|
Do you know if there is a tall, 3 sided cemetery marker in Prairieville cemetery, possibly listing a Civil war veteran?
Added by Elsie Harmon on Jan 29, 2017 1:44 PM
|Walter Dunn||Oliver & Minnie Miller Transfers|
Thanks for the Miller transfers, appreciated.
Added by Walter Dunn on Jan 23, 2017 9:20 AM
|Walter Dunn||Oliver & Minnie Miller Transfers|
Added by Walter Dunn on Jan 23, 2017 9:19 AM
|David Heintz||Transfer of memorial management|
Would you please transfer to me the management of James Griffin's grave memorial #35806123 ? I have much to add to his memorial.
David Heintz #48659691
Added by David Heintz on Jan 19, 2017 4:52 PM
|Steven Snider||Adam Schryver 84879235|
I am searching for Adam Schryver, son of Joshua and Christania (Pitcher) Schryver, born in Columbia County, NY (likely Ancram town) in November of 1814. I have a baptism date from the Dutch Reformed Church records of Gallatin, Columbia County, NY with a date of November 27, 1814. I am not clear from the picture that the birth year is 1813 on this marker. Do you know for certain the birth year is 1813? In any event, I believe this is the Adam I am looking for. His parents relocated to Petersburg, Summerfield Township, MI between 1830 and 1835. His father passed away January 1, 1853 leaving a will dated January 12, 1949, mentioning his son Adam Schryver who did receive his portion of the disbursement from the estate according to probate papers. I am hoping that you can shed a little more light on what you know about Adam Schryver buried here to prove the connection for me. I also believe that his sister Rachael (Schryver) Olmstead and her husband John Olmstead lived in Illinois for a time before relocating to Missouri and likely gave birth to several of their children. My guess would be that the two siblings moved to the same area around the same time as was common practice then. She would have been there before 1860 but after her marriage which is supposed to have been in New York probably around 1830. Thank you for any information on this Adam Schryver which you have.
Steven Snider (#47228634)
Added by Steven Snider on Jan 06, 2017 7:44 PM
|Dr. David McCartney||28377785|
Can you please transfer Isaac Ellsworth McCartney (28377785) to me? He is my great-grandfather. I have much to add to his profile including photos and children.
Added by Dr. David McCartney on Jan 03, 2017 3:44 PM
|Nancy Walton||Harriet Renner|
She is the daughter of Simon and Elizabeth Renner, not Rev. Weaver, as is on her memorial. the picture I posted is of her and her parents, the Renners. They are my great grandparents. Harriet was dead by the time Rev. Weaver was born! . Nancy Walton
Added by Nancy Walton on Dec 30, 2016 6:11 AM
Thank you very much for transfering my 4x great grandfather to me. :o)
Added by redrose on Nov 19, 2016 9:45 AM
|Virginia Tilton Shy||RE: Willmina Tilton|
This is the marker for her daughter Wilheimina.
Added by Virginia Tilton Shy on Nov 13, 2016 3:37 PM
|Michael Blankenship||RE: Allemong memorial|
Thank you so much! I've been fascinated with Edwin Allemong for years and I've done extensive research on his branch of the family. If there are any questions that I might answer for you please email me: email@example.com Thanks again.
Added by Michael Blankenship on Oct 22, 2016 1:50 PM
|Michael Blankenship||Allemong memorial|
Would it possible to get you to delete memorial no. 17941074 for J. Frankie Allemong? He was re-interred on April 4, 1907 from another cemetery, he did not die on that day. He was also not the son of John Edwin Allemong and Nettie Porter Allemong. This is actually a duplication of your memorial no. 17940802 for Frankie Allemong, the son of John W. F. Allemong and Sarah Catherine Allemong. Burial permit 188 from Woodbine lists three children Hattie, Frankie and Irene Allemong being interred on April 4, 1907, all re-interments from other cemeteries. I think Gladys Allemong was also re-interred at the same time. Thank you very much.
Added by Michael Blankenship on Oct 21, 2016 9:24 PM
|Dana Fox Mariner||Ella Buse Palmer, Ogle Co.|
Thank you for the photo.
Added by Dana Fox Mariner on Sep 25, 2016 4:05 PM
|Von Mings Stachon||Richard J. Sterenberg, 35806965|
Richard's memorial lists Garret J. Sternberg (born 1891) as his son. Garrett is his brother. Richard was born in 1886.
Added by Von Mings Stachon on Sep 23, 2016 12:34 PM
|Honoring our ancestors||Lyman Frankin Rife, Sr|
Thank you for the plot photo for him. Too bad he never got a marker.
Added by Honoring our ancestors on Sep 04, 2016 6:06 PM
|Kathy Toms Freese||Recent information|
Thanks for adding my additional information.
Added by Kathy Toms Freese on Sep 04, 2016 4:33 PM
|Charles F. Matze, Sc.M||Anderson Memorial|
Thank you for your suggestion to remove my memorial of my Aunt Marjorie. However since your memorial is incomplete. I feel that yours should be removed. I no intention to remove a family memorial.
Charles F. Matze
Added by Charles F. Matze, Sc.M on Sep 02, 2016 11:01 AM
|Kathy Toms Freese||RE: Edits|
Thanks. I have been kind of obsessed. I talked to Dave Zellers about this and he said no skin off. I'll try to be careful. I have a mission to connect Ogle County.
Added by Kathy Toms Freese on Sep 01, 2016 8:04 PM
|L Bruns||Asenath White|
I don't know for sure if she is physically buried here or not. The only thing I can find is that its engraved on the stone in Van Buren, and I also see she has a stone elsewhere. Perhaps its just in memorial?
Added by L Bruns on Aug 25, 2016 4:05 PM
|Dana Fox Mariner||Ella Palmer, Riverview|
I appreciate the info & with the plot I'm sure she must be one of ours, but does this mean she has no marker. These monuments don't have her name on them. Thank you.
Added by Dana Fox Mariner on Aug 23, 2016 7:39 PM