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Shirley Williams Rienecker (#47115164)
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Bio Photo Born in Phoenix, Arizona and grew up in Western States areas.
First husband of 32 years was Dale K. Macfarlane.
Only child is Douglas K. Macfarlane.
2nd husband is Richard A. Rienecker so far 20 years married.
Stepchildren are David, Susan and Mary Rienecker.
Interested in family history and gaining it's history for over thirty years.
Full families data and history is at Ancestry at Rienecker files and older data not as complete at Rootsweb-file # Burgrieneck134
Both my side and my husband's side are compiled and growing each year.
We have always tried to make RV trips to the actual area to "walk and smell the grass" where the early relatives lived.
any leads or help I can extend, I will be happy to do so.
My goal is to leave a clearer bit of history for the future in my efforts.
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Karen Leftwich Tomlinson
Calvin Smith
Family history has been added to Calvin Smith's memorial. Thanks for the additional information.

Added by Karen Leftwich Tomlinson on Jan 23, 2017 5:21 PM
RE: Marks
You're most welcome Shirley, I was after my wife's grandfather/mother's grave & took a few extra in that section. Happy to help. =)
Added by Tony on Jan 13, 2017 6:16 PM
LEVY at Rookwood
I'm not usually that quick - but I am currently photographing that Old Jewish section, and wasn't even aware it fulfilled a photo request until after I had posted it.
Added by Chris PIGOTT on Nov 27, 2016 4:31 PM
Everett H Brundage (1863-1924)
Respectfully submit corrections to family links:
Everett Hirum Brundage 1st wife was Margaret C Duncan (1865-1908), married 06/26/1888 in Sheridan, Madison Co., Montana Territory. THEIR child was Everett Duncan Brundage (1889-1932).
Everett H. Brundage 2nd wife was Catherine Louise "Lucy" Staudaher (1870-1966)married 10/12/1890 Butte, Silver Bow Co., MT and THEY had 4 children:
Hiram Millen "Heize" Brundage (1892-1973)
Thomad "Tommy" R Brundage (1893-1902)
Justin Douglas Brundage (1897-1958)
Dorothy Mae Brundage (1903-1918)

Thank you in advance if you feel comfortable with this information (source available at Ancestry & from Pioneer Trails & Trials)to make changes to your Find A Grave memorials.
Added by ImLela2 on Nov 26, 2016 10:51 AM
Mark Dameron
Lewis Williams headstone
I took pictures of Lewis Williams headstone at the Marionville, MO, IOOF cemetery today. I have emailed you.
Added by Mark Dameron on Nov 16, 2016 6:49 PM
Ron Miller
RE: Cox
It was my pleasure
Added by Ron Miller on Nov 03, 2016 4:28 PM
Jim Glidewell
Fred Wolf

I just uploaded a picture for Fred Wolf. This is a ground memorial so there is no other side. Also, since this is a National Cemetery it is very unlikely that his mother would be buried there with him. Now, if he was married then the two of them would likely be buried together.
Added by Jim Glidewell on Oct 23, 2016 11:30 AM
Joyce Ray
RE: R williams
You're welcome
Added by Joyce Ray on Oct 19, 2016 8:33 PM
Mike Moffatt
Viola Bailey Stack
Hi, I see you put up a photo of Viola Bailey Stack buried in Sacramento. Her husband, Maurice Stack, was a 1st cousin of my g-grandfather.

Are you related to the Stacks?

Added by Mike Moffatt on Sep 29, 2016 10:03 PM
Brenda Johnson
John Garner
I put a picture of a blank spot for John Garner at Draby Cemetery. I've been over that whole cemetery twice and there is no tombstone for him. It probably got destroyed either by weather or trees. If you prefer, I can take off the picture but someone else might try to find and won't succeed. Unless someone makes a new tombstone.
Added by Brenda Johnson on Jul 25, 2016 3:26 PM
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