|Marilyn Birkby (#47393995)|
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|March 30, 2014|
Finished the Grace Cemetery in McDonald, Kansas just in time for their 125th birthday. Still missing a few obituaries but someone recently found some old newspapers so I'm hoping they get them on microfilm so I can look at them.
I am now working on the St Francis Cemetery and the Bird City Cemetery. As soon as we get some warmer weather, I am going there to take more pictures.
Anyone can use my photos for the geneology research. Please credit me for the picture, but you do not need special permission.
If anyone wants any of the memorial that I have posted, just send me a message. I will be happy to transfer memorials if they are not my immediate family.
Working on my family trees since 1976.
When my brother passed away in March of 2010, I wanted to do some kind of volunteer work in his honor. Since he is buried at Fort Logan National Cemetery, I became a volunteer for that cemetery. However, I also wanted to do the photos of my family that have passed on. Since my husband and I are retired, we began stopping at many little cemeteries and taking pictures of tombstones and listing them on the web site.
Thanks to everyone for their nice responses for the pictures I take.
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|Dede Reneau||David R. Reneau|
Can you please help me clear this confusing on my family tree. David Ramsey Reneau, shows john fleming and Charles Sumner are brothers, but I also found and not clear on it that David and John are brothers. I cant seem to get past my Grandfathers parents and his siblings. My grandfather is Charles Elbert Reneau Sr. born 1901, died 1966 in California. Can you help with this confusion? thank you Denise Reneau,grand daughter of Charles Elbert Reneau Sr. aka Magtag
|Kenneth D. Tyler||Elden Deroy Pettit II|
Marilyn -- You need to remove the top photo from memorial #38582409. This photo is of his father Elden Sr.'s memorial. Thanks.
Ken Tyler, Oostburg WI
|Connie Schwindt Rumold||Helen Schwindt|
Thank you so very much for taking this lovely photo. You have a talent with a camera. There are other Schwindt's in the same cemetery. If the weather holds and you get back out there, please take photos of them as well. My allotment for the week is used for this week.
Thank you so very much.
Connie Schwindt Rumold
Thank you for getting this photo so quicky. While you were there did you see any sort of monument for his wife, mable moist.
Added by BJGS on Jan 08, 2013 5:10 PM
|Geo Clinton||RE: Alfred A Wood #88456257|
I suppose you read his wifes obituary. That is all i know about Alfred. When i enter stones i find obituaries and then also try to find the spouse. This has to be her husband but i have no other information on him. Sorry. Geo
|Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr||Deyo's|
Thank you so much for the photo's. They are all great. I have been working on tracing the family for 3 years and am still searching. If you know anything about Donald R Deyo I would appreciate it. Especially his parents.
The others I have linked to the family but have not Found how Donald fits in.
Thank you again, your great
Jeff Deyo - Florida
Thank you for the pic of the Ammons marker
ps I see you are look for a pic of Kittel marker in Hickory co. MO
This web site might help you in your research.
Added by J Serio on Nov 01, 2012 4:17 PM
Alice Melissa Parker (1856-1943, #78251247) was wife of Joseph Barney Lowe (1851-1907, # 78251276)
|Audreen Gieger-Hawkins||Arthur Reinke|
Thanks so much for locating Arthur Reinke, Jr. who was the son of the Arthur Reinke I am searching for. My Arthur Reinke was born 11/20/1898 and died 9/1980. He is my daughter's grandfather.
Thank you for the beautiful photo and for my great-grandmother's obit. I really appreciate it. And, yes Banister is the correct spelling.
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