|Rick Lyman (#47252529)|
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Have been interested in Genealogy for years. Love to travel and check out areas my ancestors passed through, visited, worked or lived.|
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|Lori June Hay Reid||Reamor Wilcox|
Thank you so much for the picture of Reamor Wilcox's tombstone. Do you know when this picture was taken and/or when the tombstone was placed there? I am just curious because all I found in 2004 was a tin marker.
|Member #47460018||Heisler Cemetery|
I'm super excited to see that you have created this cemetery. I added a William Monroe Heisler memorial (79452982), to it. I have had a memorial for him but had his burial place as unknown and could not find exactly where he was buried. I knew Illinois and Henderson county. So I'm very excited to see the listing of people you have added here. Anyways my request is, since their are several links already attached to the memorial I have would you be willing to delete out the memorial you created for him here? If that a problem I would be willing to transfer my memorial to yours (its hard to get people linked up so I just figure it will be easier to delete out the one with the least links; memorial management is not a big deal to me) Thank you so much and thank you for finding the info and going to the effort to put it up on here. (The only difference date wise between the two memorials is the birth date I have May 11 yours has May 10; I'm curious to know about the record you found that gave you the info to add all the heisler cemetery info?) Again thank you thank you and thank you! Amanda
|Cathy Underwood Smith||Francis Lee Smith Grave Photo|
Thank you so much for filling the photo request for Lee Smith!
Thank you for John and Clara Froman photos, I appreciate you getting them and posting them.
Added by Gina on Mar 15, 2016 12:11 PM
|JL||Photo - Florence & Jefferson Scheuermann|
These are fantastic photos. Thank you for the time and effort getting these. JL
Added by JL on Mar 02, 2016 11:55 AM
|Heather Cottrell||Donald Wayne McElroy|
Thanks so much for this photo. I had requested it ages ago! It is appreciated!
|Laura J. Stewart||Freeland Cemetery|
I just wanted to thank you so much for photographing this cemetery. Very much appreciated!
|Karen Brewer||Pontoosuc, Hancock Co., IL|
The photograph you have on Memorial# 119059961 can also be placed on his brother, George's memorial page. Thank you!
|Karen Brewer||Pontoosuc, Hancocl Co., IL|
Thank you for the Johanna Herweg headstone photograph.
|No Reins||Gittings Mound and Gittings cemetery|
Gittings Mound and Gittings Cemetery are one and the same. Don't know about the link to the Sacred Heart Cemetery that Gittings Mound was merged with, not my link.
This is from the GenWeb site:
Gittings Cemetery: it is located in the northeast corner of Section 4. OVER hundred years ago the Gittings family gave an acre of land for burial grounds. The father, Austin Gittings, was buried in the corner of a cornfield on the Gittings Mound, and the body was moved and was the first grave in the cemetery, according to Robert Gittings. There were 16 children in the Gittings family, all born in a log cabin. There are 14 marked graves in the cemetery, dating from 1859 to 1900
(from a letter from Mrs. Edith Blender, R.F.D. 2, Dallas City, Illinois 62330 of the Durham Township Chapter Committee of the 1968 Hancock county history dated October 31, 1968).
"The original was Gittings renowned, Section 2. Then some pulled away as Robert Gittings (Lomax) told us and made their Cemetery and just called it Gittings, Section 4 not liking the Catholic idea as this family was divided in religion.
Added by No Reins on Dec 19, 2015 8:21 AM
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