|MLW||Ida C. Trembath Hurley Cemetery, Iron County, WI|
Nancy, Is this your family? If so would you like it transferred to you? Thanks for the edits. I can use all the help I can get! Lynn
Added by MLW on Nov 17, 2016 5:32 PM
|StPaulGuy||RE: Ryckman's Headstones|
A big part of the reason I claimed them was to help repay the considerable amount of time you give to Find a Grave.
Incidentally, Amelia lived at 200 Arch St. (there is no Arck St. here)when she died. It still is a senior hi-rise, so she had a built-in community of friendly neighbors. It was barely 100 yards from the 193 Pennsylvania St. address she and John lived in before it was demolished for a road project.
Thanks for all you do. Regards.
Added by StPaulGuy on Oct 30, 2016 11:58 AM
|P Brock||RE: Levi Baddgor|
Your most welcome!
I'm glad I could help. P.
Added by P Brock on Sep 26, 2016 10:59 PM
|douglas field||RE: Nedrows|
Not a problem. It was raining pretty hard yesterday so grass, leaves etc was all over. They were not next to each (not even in the same garden) other but easy to find.
Added by douglas field on Sep 18, 2016 2:52 PM
|Jetta McQuiston||RE: New London Cemetery|
Thank you for your quick response and moving the memorials. I appreciate it and all that you do on Find A Grave!
Added by Jetta McQuiston on Sep 09, 2016 8:30 AM
|bahunt||RE: Baddgor Photos|
You are very welcome. I almost didn't find the grave. I went to the office and they gave me the section and lot number etc. I went to where I thought the grave was and all that was there was a huge daylily and hosta plant. Luckily, there was a groundskeeper mowing in the area so I asked him where the grave was and he said it was under the daylily and hosta plant! He mowed the plant down, I went home and got a shovel and a broom and did some digging and dusting and sure enough, found the headstone! Thank goodness the groundskeeper knew there was a headstone there. I was kind of wondering about that plant and thought it might be a grave but didn't see a stone anywhere. It was a good 4-5 inches under ground. So that is why the picture looks so messy and I apologize for that. The groundskeeper said he mows the plant down every fall and clears the stone but because of the size of the cemetery he can only do upkeep just that once a year. I hope he tells someone that there is a grave there when he retires!
Added by bahunt on Aug 31, 2016 3:52 PM
|Norman Haines||Gracie Oilar Schafer|
I cleaned up my mess. I've deleted my page and put in for links to Gracie's children that I did not have the power to do my self. Sorry for the mix-up
Added by Norman Haines on Aug 31, 2016 9:13 AM
|REHM||Charles Critchlow 57275870|
I have added the information you provided to his memorial. Thanks, Ruth
Added by REHM on Aug 29, 2016 4:23 PM
|Sue Tanner||Critchlow Edits|
Thank you for the Edits for the above named person, before I accept them I would like to know your source. Are you family? If so, I would be glad to transfer her to you.
Thanks for understanding, Sue
Added by Sue Tanner on Aug 25, 2016 12:57 AM
|Jennifer ||RE: Ludwigs|
Certainly, thank you so much!
Added by Jennifer on Aug 22, 2016 9:49 PM
|J Leazenby||Ferrah G Leazenby memorial|
Thank you so much for the change you made to the memorial. I appreciate the work you've done!
Added by J Leazenby on Aug 21, 2016 9:31 AM
|macso||RE: Walter Jeffrey|
You're very welcome. Always glad when someone takes a personal interest in a memorial I have created. It makes my work in this area worthwhile. Chris
Added by macso on Aug 20, 2016 6:24 PM
|Wendy Fenn||Sanford Wicks|
You recently sent me a connection for Sanford Wicks (1876) connecting him to his father Sanford W Wicks (1846) and his mother. There is some confusion on Sanford Jrs mother. My information is from a family group sheet compiled by Sanford's daughter in law that gives her name as Mary (May) Blodgett. Since I have not been able to resolve this confusion of records I have not made the connection. Any help you can give me on the family would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Wendy Fenn on Aug 19, 2016 4:29 PM
|heidi bryan||emmoline redhead tonwah pickernell|
under emmoline's bio you made you list her parents, tonwah redhead chinook and tennish woman of the sea quinault. i was wondering where u got that info. also my grandmother joan irene langland passed in september in seattle. shes listed under henry samuel langland sunset memorial cemetary, hoquiam, washington, usa
Added by heidi bryan on Aug 04, 2016 1:27 AM
|Barbara Wolf||RE: Chester & Sylvia Smith|
I am always disappointed when I don't find a memorial stone but at least we do have a exact location so that does help. This is something I really enjoy doing and will continue as long as I can. You are very welcome for the photo. Have a great day!!
Added by Barbara Wolf on Jul 28, 2016 8:41 PM
|Barbara Wolf||Chester & Sylvia Smith|
Thank you for finding out the information on where they are buried. Otherwise, Greenlawn would not have helped me locate them. They do not have a memorial stone. I have attached a photo of a tree. They are located just to the left of that tree.
Added by Barbara Wolf on Jul 28, 2016 11:41 AM
|cm||RE: obituaries for Tobiason family members|
Yes, I am related to the Tobiasons. Anders Tobiason married Oline Andersdatter, and I am through Oline's brother Arne Anderson.
Again, thank you for posting what you have for the Tobiasons.
Added by cm on Jul 16, 2016 3:29 PM
|cm||obituaries for Tobiason family members|
I want to thank you so much for posting the obituaries (at least I assume it was you) for many of the Tobiason family members.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Added by cm on Jul 08, 2016 1:01 PM
|Family Branches Genealogy||Thank you!|
Thank you for transferring the memorials for my May and Bell ancestors. :)
Added by Family Branches Genealogy on Jun 10, 2016 9:24 AM
Howard and Thelma's son Carl Morris Mills 2010, their granddaughters Robbin Gwin 2004 & Linda M. Mills and great grandson Wilie Lonel Mills 1971 are also buried in Twin Falls cemetery.
Added by Patricia Sprenger on Jun 01, 2016 9:35 PM
|Patricia Sprenger||Thelma and Howard Mills|
Their son is Carl Morris Mills and granddaughter Linda M. Mills and great grandson Willie Lonel Mills. All are buried in Twin Falls Cemetery.
Added by Patricia Sprenger on Jun 01, 2016 9:28 PM
|Linda||RE: Grace Stromsmoe|
Thank you for your kind words - I added the photo of the back of the headstone as so you have a sense of the view.
Lovely inscription on the front with bright/cheerful flowers.
Thank you for doing all that you do as well!
Added by Linda on May 12, 2016 2:40 PM
That's all the obit I found, just a short blurb in the paper
Added by kateb on Apr 20, 2016 7:48 PM
|Bear Hugs||Elizabeth Barclay|
The inscription appears to be at the bottom of the headstone. THX
Added by Bear Hugs on Apr 18, 2016 9:10 PM
|margaret hamilton||RE: walter glen|
Added by margaret hamilton on Apr 07, 2016 2:34 AM