|Shawdau||RE: Family member biographies|
Thank you. I'll have to look into this - the Woods are related through marriage with my Browns. Hmmm. maybe this will end up being my family - I have so many trails to follow - I think I'm related to everyone in Henderson County which really makes sense - when you have members of large families marrying each other.
Added by Shawdau on Jan 29, 2015 8:02 PM
|Alberta Knotts||IOOF Cemetery Location|
The IOOF Cemetery is located off Hwy. 6 less than 1 mile east of Hurdland, MO. Turn right (south) on Blacktop A, go one-fourth mile. Cemetery is on east side of road, a well maintained flat location.
If you need anything else, let me know. Alberta
Added by Alberta Knotts on Jan 29, 2015 9:57 AM
|Shawdau||RE: Phebe Huston Coghill|
Thank you. If you run across anyone I have, let me know. I've been digging out my old obituaries that I used to collect out of papers and adding them to peoples Find A Grave sites.
Added by Shawdau on Jan 26, 2015 7:26 PM
|Shawdau||RE: Phebe Huston Coghill|
Sure. It's good to hear from you. I have some Hustons - I might as well work on them this winter. Let me know if there are any you want transferred. You're doing a great job.
Added by Shawdau on Jan 24, 2015 6:40 PM
|Joe Skorupa||RE: Sharon Bartels|
You're welcome, I'm glad I could help! Also, next to Sharon was a marker for Lyle and Grace Briggs.I don't know if you know these names or are interested in them, but I added a photo to their memorial pages, so you can check them out too.
Added by Joe Skorupa on Jan 23, 2015 9:25 PM
|B.J. Waters||Floyd Crow photo request.|
Hi Ruth, long time no 'see'. I just wanted you to know that I tried to get a photo of Floyd's marker today, but there is no marker. At least, if the location is correct, then there is no marker. In lot 427 there are two unmarked graves, and I'm not sure which one is Floyd's. I will upload a photo of the area. The unmarked graves are on either side of the marker that is in the center of the photo.
I hate when this happens. Sorry this was not a more positive outcome.
Added by B.J. Waters on Jan 17, 2015 10:12 PM
|kjvaughn||RE: Evelyn (Schwisow) Nolte|
Hi Ruth, sorry for the delay in responding. I did not have any luck finding a burial place for her in the online obituaries or funeral home notices. I'm wondering if she was cremated and the ashes were buried elsewhere, or they were buried with her parents at the Fairbury Cemetery. Did you have any luck with contacting the church?
Added by kjvaughn on Jan 04, 2015 7:17 AM
|kjvaughn||Bartels @ St Paul's|
I've added photos for the 3 Bartels children at St Pauls near Plymouth, but all of them are nearly illegible in places. A couple of the names are difficult to read, but as I was in the correct location per the directory, and the dates that I could read matched, I decided that these were the correct stones.
I didn't have any foil or anything else to help read the stones, but will try the next time I'm there.
If you think any of them are wrong just let me know and I'll delete the photos.
Sorry I couldn't do any better with these!
Added by kjvaughn on Oct 26, 2014 6:05 PM
|Jul||George & Fannie Duke GM|
You offered to transfer both Fanny & Lewis Duke to me a while back. They're my great grandparents. I've found a few things & I'd like to update their bios, but I can submit the updates through edits also. Thanks for considering the transfer.
Added by Jul on Oct 05, 2014 9:32 PM
|Susan K. Park||RE: Smith family markers at Phillips Cemetery|
I did check the Find a Grave records and saw Elizabeth Mildred Gilmour Jewett ( b. Sept.4, 1831 - d. Nov. 19, 1897)is buried in Phillips Cemetery. She is buried next to her two children. She married John R. Jewett. She would be buried in the row ahead of Mary Ann Smith.
Added by Susan K. Park on Aug 04, 2014 2:11 PM
|Susan K. Park||RE: Smith family markers at Phillips Cemetery|
Sorry it took so long to respond to you.
Thank you for catching my error on Mary Ann Smith. I have since made the correction and changed the 6 mos. to now read 5 mos.
Elizabeth is not buried next to the Smith's. In the picture that shows the 4 Smith graves, if you look near the top of the picture you'll see a row
of grave stones ( actually 2 rows ). These grave stones are the Jewett's. I'm not certain, but I think I saw an Elizabeth Jewett. If you give me Elizabeth info., middle initial, DOB, DOD, etc. I'll go back out and take a look and photograph if you like.
Added by Susan K. Park on Aug 04, 2014 1:58 PM
|Alva Van Houten ||RE: John Randolph Jewett, Phillips Cemetery|
In the local history room here in Rockford there is a picture frame with 90 or so photos. They are of most of the men that belonged to the Early Settlers Society here in Winnebago County. Last Spring I photographed those photos and put them on Find A Grave. That is where the photo of Mr. Jewett comes from. I did minimal research to ID and match the photos. If there is a bio on Mr. Jewett around I do not know of it although it is possible. Sorry I cannot help you further.
Added by Alva Van Houten on Jul 28, 2014 7:42 PM
|Gramma Kathy||RE: John Randolph Jewett, Phillips Cemetery|
I am sorry I cannot read it all either. I will be happy to transfer this memorial to you for updating if you would like.
Next time we are in the area, I will try to get a better picture for you.
Added by Gramma Kathy on Jul 28, 2014 11:21 AM
|Beverly Thompson||Frederick Heinrich Wilhelm Haake|
Happy to send you the information on Annette Davies.
Now wonder if you know who the father and mother of Frederick Heinrich Haake were? Also what is our connection to Jobst and Anna Marie (Stuebe) Haake.
I have wedding pictures for Herman Henry & Eleanora (Doehring) Haake who were married May 24, 1909. But I don't know their connection.
Also have a wedding picture for Fred and Anna (Haake) Tegeler taken Sep 25, 1913.
Hope you might be able to shed some light on these people. Bev firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Beverly Thompson on May 04, 2014 12:17 PM
|Brenda & Pete||RE: Photos from Indiantown Gap National|
You're very welcome. Glad we could help. As far as the duplicate memorials....the person who created the memorial and knew what cemetery she was buried in is the one who gets to keep the memorial. At least that was my understanding as to how this works.
Have a good weekend.
Brenda & Pete
Added by Brenda & Pete on Mar 20, 2014 4:46 PM
|Leonard W. Smith||RE: Evelyn Tiemann|
The cemetery does list Evelyn as being buried there.Her husband has a temporary marker that was never replaced with a stone. I suspect Evelyn's was destroyed by lawn mowers. I have seen other temporary markers laying in pieces around the cemetery. The son Franklin is buried there as well and has a good stone marker. I suspect Evelyn is buried between son and husband.
Added by Leonard W. Smith on Mar 18, 2014 12:52 PM
|Jul||Lewis Duke Jr.|
You're welcome. I found the date in a CA death record & entered it into ancestry before it found the record also.
Thank you for all the work you've done -- it's helping me get a much better idea of my Duke roots. Lewis & Fannie are 3x grandparents.
Added by Jul on Mar 16, 2014 2:11 PM
|Margaret Gunn||Conrad Daiber 119133505|
Hi, I forgot if I told you but, I double checked with St. Peter and Paul Church and Conrad is indeed interred there.
Added by Margaret Gunn on Mar 06, 2014 11:05 AM
|Corinna Harvey-Burton||Delores Henke|
Thanks for letting me know that you created the memorial. I have posted photos to her memorial! So glad I could help you again!
Added by Corinna Harvey-Burton on Feb 18, 2014 5:42 PM
|David M. Habben||Baby 2 Stevens|
Mildred and Baby Stevens are two different people. However, the person who added the photos to both put the same photo on both entries. I don't know why. I didn't add the photos so I couldn't tell you. You may want to contact the person who added the photos.
Added by David M. Habben on Feb 08, 2014 9:28 PM
|Cindy Chitty Badon||David Rosemann|
I spent two days photograhing Sandy Creek Cemetery, I uploaded every headstone I could make out. There are a few funeral home markers and a few headstones that are not readable. His is one that should fall under the funeral home markers, since he died in 2009. You may have to contact the Church to see what plot number, he is. If they can tell you that and who is on either side of him, I would go look again. Do you have a copy of the death cert., perhaps it has a plot #. Or perhaps Charlet. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Added by Cindy Chitty Badon on Jan 29, 2014 10:11 AM
|Kathi Lynn King||photos|
you can use any of the photos i have uploaded for you. Kathi
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Jan 10, 2014 7:41 AM
|Kathi Lynn King||Blanchards|
Ruth did the sexton tell you if any of the Blanchards graves were unmarked because I only have a photo for Bertie. It is possible I missed them when I stopped for the day and maybe forgot where I left off when I went back. I think it's add the are all in a Blanchard plot with only one Blanchard marker. If you talk to the sexton again ask him who is buried in the lot and if possible can he tell you if the graves are marked. I have badgered his three times this week so I am hesitant to call him again right now. Let me know because I want to go back and get the rest of them if we can find out if the graves have markers. Kathi
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Jan 10, 2014 7:37 AM
|Kathi Lynn King||Harry|
Hi Ruth I have found Harry but he is in a cemetery I have not photographed. He is buried in Coles Cemetery in Derry. I made his memorial added his obit and his veterans burial card. I will transfer it to you. Kathi
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Jan 10, 2014 7:33 AM
|Kathi Lynn King||Blanchard|
Hi Bertie Blanchard is the only Blanchard I have a photo for in Monongahela. Bertie E. Blanchard 1873-1921. Is that the one you are looking for?
Added by Kathi Lynn King on Jan 10, 2014 6:56 AM