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mary spiker (#47609150)
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Thomas TittleTom Tittle
some Ed Spicer ancestors
Ella Eldora was my great-grandmother's (Jennie Henry nee Shult) sister. She is also Ed Spiker's grandmother. I have family photos going back to their parents (Peter Shult and Nancy A Trent). I would love help identifying some people insome of the photos that I am not sure about.
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Added by Thomas TittleTom Tittle on Dec 13, 2016 5:40 PM
Kel-lea Lorraine Erickson
Charles Luther Spiker
Hi my cousin is the great granddaughter of James Thomas "Jim" Spiker brother of Charles Luther Spiker . I was wondering if you were related to Luther and if so could you tell me anything about the parents of Charles & Jim? Like where they might be buried? or died?
Added by Kel-lea Lorraine Erickson on Oct 18, 2016 7:04 AM
Dorothy Spiker

Could you tell me if Dorothy's maiden names was Wheaton? Daughter of Albert and Hattie Patch Wheaton?

Thank you,
Phyllis Tanner
Added by Phyllis on Apr 07, 2016 7:13 PM
the town of Spiker in Washington County, Nebraska
I just transcribed an obituary for Addie May Spiker for the Washington County, Nebraska Genealogical Society, and when I saw your name I thought you might be interested in the following. Spiker is not a town listed in FindaGrave today.

Spiker was a tiny hamlet in Washington County that started in the 1890's, had a general store and a post office, and there were dances in the hall upstairs. It is said to have been named by drawing one of three settlers' names out of a hat, and Samuel Spiker won. The post office closed in 1900, and the dance hall and store were gone by the 1930's.
Source: History of Washington County, Nebraska, 1980, p. 79

Connie Buller "MrsB"
(the obit won't be posted on our website for some time yet, but drop me an e-mail if you would like to see it. Addie May was born near Spiker to Harry and Nellie Neff. I never know if the managers want to use these obits, even if they are older.)
Added by MrsB on Apr 28, 2015 8:52 PM
Cemetery Walker
Constance Lee Spiker
Thanks for putting the flower on Constance's memorial. Are you related to her? I put in a request for her headstone picture. Do you know when she was born and died?
Added by Cemetery Walker on Jun 18, 2013 2:38 PM
C. Moore
Hi Mary:
Could you tell me where you got the infomation for the following memorial # 7274194? I have this lady married to a Samuel Thompson buried in Spiker Cemetery. You have the same birth and death dates, but to the family's knowledge our Delila Pittman was never married to a Spiker. Interested if perhaps you have info on a marriage the we didn't know existed.
Added by C. Moore on Jan 11, 2013 6:42 PM
Natalie Young
RE: Spiker grave
Well, thank you. :)
Added by Natalie Young on Oct 13, 2012 7:57 PM
Natalie Young
Spiker grave
Thank you for leaving flowers on George W. Spiker's wife's grave. Do you happen to know her first name?
Added by Natalie Young on Oct 12, 2012 1:22 PM
Libby Bargerstock-Grimm
Edward Wray Bargerstock
The nickname for infant Edward Wray Bargerstock was "Buddy".
Added by Libby Bargerstock-Grimm on Aug 14, 2012 9:34 PM
Libby Bargerstock-Grimm
Edward Wray Bargerstock
Thank you for the beautiful flowers in memory of little Edward Wray.
Added by Libby Bargerstock-Grimm on Jul 27, 2012 7:45 PM
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