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Genealogy interests; family names include Holbrook, Colvin, Baker, Waite[DAR Patriot in this line], Kresse, Bruggeman, Krueger, Abraham & Quiram. My husband's family; Ostrich, Pash & Dennison. |
I keep records for two cemeteries, the Decoria Cemetery, Blue Earth Co., MN [my home area; and the Red Oak Grove Cemetery, Cedar Co., IA [my current locale].
TRANSFERS: I am always happy to make any changes or corrections to a memorial I have created. I will make transfers [with the exception of the two above mentioned cemeteries] and only within the guidelines set up by Find A Grave.
"The ultimate goal should be to have meaningful, accurate memorials that honor those who have passed away, regardless of who created the memorial or who maintains it."
Due to the recent increase in abuses of transfer requests, I may not transfer to you if the number of memorials that you manage is similar or greater than the number that you have contributed.
NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE CHANGE REQUESTS ON THIS PAGE; USE THE EDIT FUNCTION ON THE MEMORIAL.
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|judy wilson||RE: joseph Blackburn Vore|
Sorry but been sick most of the month. I did the edit on the mother and father. Don't know if they will take or not? I belong to the Blackburn family tree, this is where I found my information who the mother and father are. The birth date the one you have with Elsa & Benjamin vore. The Joseph I have was born in 1846 he was born in Pa. his mother & father never came to Iowa. My Joseph did but he was living with my 2n great grandfather &grandmother listed him as farm hand, his sister Martha also lived with them. They were both living with their sister and her husband Noah & Rebecca (Vore) Specht in Grundy County Iowa I Live Grundy Center, Grundy County Iowa
|judy wilson||joseph Blackburn Vore|
you have him connected to the wrong mother & father He was born Sept 5, 1871 & died June 3, 1872
Mary Smith Mosher Vore
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Birth: Oct. 7, 1842
Death: Mar. 8, 1918
Read complete family history at Source: History of Muscatine County Iowa, Volume II, Biographical, 1911, page 302...L. O. MOSHER..
Mary was the seventh child of Stephen and Ruth Mosher. She was married to Blackburn Vore on 12 March 1868. Blackburn, a widower, was a farmer and blacksmith in Fredericktown, Ohio.
Their children were: Amanda E. Vore (b. 23 Apr 1869, d. 5 Jun 1877); Joseph B. Vore (b. 5 Sep 1871, d. 3 Jun 1872);
Henry M. (b. 23 Nov 1873); Edward L. (b. 14 Feb 1878, d. 25 Sep 1878).
Stephen Mosher (1806 - 1891)
Ruth Smith Mosher (1806 - 1897)
Blackburn Vore (1825 - 1903)
Amanda Ellen Vore (1869 - 1873)*
Henry Mosher Vore (1873 - 1952)*
Elizabeth Jane Moshier Schooley (1833 - 1892)*
Henry Mosher (1840 - 1922)*
Mary Smith Mosher Vore (1842 - 1918)
Esther M Mosher Eggleston (1845 - 1924)*
Lemuel Obadiah Mosher (1847 - 1923)*
West Branch Cemetery
Plot: ection 3, Block A, Lot 2, Space 5
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: HC Hughes
Record added: Aug 11, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 115283319
this is NOT who his mother and father are not Benjamin vore & Eliza Beaver vore
|Sixxfan (K.Wallace)||Barbara E Wallace Redoak cemetery|
I was wondering if you be willing to transfer this memorial over to me. I am her youngest son.
Sorry, left that last message by mistake. I am sending you an email.
|Beverly Witmer||RE: Viola Haesemeyer|
I haven't been able to find an obit for either Howard or Viola Haesemeyer
|Brujohn1||james Blackburn Vore|
Please disregard my request to link James Vore to Ben and Eliza Vore. I now believe that to be inaccurate. Thank you.
Added by Brujohn1 on Aug 02, 2016 3:31 PM
|deanna french||FAG photo /Thompson's|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting places of our soldiers/sailors that had any ties to Vermont.Daniel and David Thompson are two such soldirrs. May I use the photo's you have posted on Find A Grave, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org) You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration, Deanna French
William Barrick is my 3rd Great Uncle. His Parents are 1st Cousins Andrew Barrick and Rebecca Heckman Barrick. He was 1 of 4 of some of their children who where described as dumb and deaf on the 1850 Census from Pa. He was moved to Iowa to live with this Sister after my Grandmother died. Please remove that Civil War information. I highly doubt he would of been eligible to serve. When people look at these Find A Grave memorials and they see that. Thinking that is the child of these 2 people. Automatically they will want to order a pension file worth over 100.00 and to find out the names are mixed up for someone else in that town with the same name. Different parents. We need to be more particular. Thank You.
Added by True! on May 25, 2016 7:28 PM
|Carl Catherman||Passay Murfield|
Thank you very much for accepting my edits.
The Donna Marquett obituary is at the Fry Funeral Home website.
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