|SFC Kathline Forrester (#46961246)|
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SFC Kathline D. Forrester
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|Bill Macy||William Forrester|
Hi Kathline -- Finally found your William Forrester in the Belleville Cemetery in Belleville, Republic County, Kansas. The local mortuary had the information on him. He was buried without a marker in the Potter's Field. The city runs the cemetery and they said they would correct their records and add him to the burial list. If you want the details, please send me a reply via my e-mail address and I will send you a copy of what I got from the mortuary. Bill. email@example.com
Thank you for your service,
from a retired vet
Added by BMB on Jul 14, 2017 2:48 PM
|Deidre Badker||Jacob Knudsen|
I am not related in any way to Mr Knudsen or to his relatives.
My interest in anyone who is buried at RCLC is because I am a member of that church who grew up on a farm adjacent to the cemetery.
I have spent time researching all of the earliest founding members of RCLC and some of their descendants and posted that research where appropriate, either on Find A Grave, the Mitchell Co Gen Web or on Ancestry.com as a hope to help others.
My parents, one set of grandparents, 2 sets of great-grands and 4 sets of gr-gr grands are buried at RCLC besides countless other relatives.
Maybe one day I'll be there too.
|Cindy Demers||Aaron Hollenback - Corinth|
Thank you so much for photographing my ggg grandfather's, Aaron Hollenbeck, tombstone in the Corinth National Cemetery. I visited the battlefield a few years ago but had no idea at that time that my GGG Grandfather was buried at the national cemetery.
|Alexandra Florimonte||RE: Samuel Budd family|
Thank you, Kathline!
|Alexandra Florimonte||Samuel Budd family|
I am doing research on the Budd families, to try to locate my own Budd ancestor. I see the photo you took of the Budd family gravestone in NJ (memorial #95908170) and I wondered if I can have your permission to post the photo on the WikiTree profiles I am making, of all those resting there.
|Carol Hudson||Memorial Number 81811191 James Monford Lyle|
Hi - I'm not sure if I ever thanked you for transfering my stepfather's memorial to me. I was very new to Find a Grave then and didn't know the protocol. So, I thank you very much. He was so important to me - he raised me and was like a father to me.
|James Moore||Caroline Durroh, Mem#: 124275603|
Many thanks for your nice memorial to my great grandmother.
Scout731, added Grave Memorial #: 143370960 to Caroline Durrah, on March 5, 2015. This memorial is also my great grandmother, though picture-less and containing less information. Scout731, does not allow messages.
I guess that one of these memorials should be removed. Can you take care of this?
Though the family uses DurrOH, my great grandmother's last name is spelled DurrAH on her Death Certificate and Forest Hills Cemetery records.
|B Palmer||Grayson Bible page picture|
I am researching William H. Grayson and noticed a picture you had taken of a Bible page that listed information about him. I was wondering if you had any other pictures of/from the Bible that might have more information about the family that you could share with me. Also, I was curious if you ever found out who ended up with the Bible. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Added by B Palmer on Jun 19, 2017 9:13 PM
|Kip Hubbard||Aaron Cemetery|
I see that you posted a picture of Aaron Cemetery in Walker County, AL. On Monday, I tried to locate the cemetery using GPS coordinates but to no avail. Can you provide any insight?
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