|Linda W. Siebach (#47517335)|
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I love family history. I'm so grateful for all those family members who led the way for us. I'm rateful for their faith and sacrifices.|
Thank you to the countless F.A.G. volunteers who've been taking pictures of my ancestors headstones and adding information.
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|Sherlock85||Robert Klinger book|
Sorry for never answering your question.
I'm afraid I have no clue if he was the same Robert L. Klinger. I wish I could be of help. I took a little time to look into it, but I couldn't find anything.
|S PRICE Nance||Homer Franklin Owens|
You posted a virtual flower on my brother's memorial that his second wife is not listed in his obituary. I am his sister, and was with him the last week of his life. The information in his obituary is what he asked to be listed. Due to events that you would not have access, his children and families have honored his request.
|Tim Wilkinson||Stephen E. Wilkinson|
I recently added a burial record for Hope Cemetery in Galesburg, IL for Stephen E Wilkinson. After I added the record I couldn't figure out how to request a photo of his headstone and then I saw that you had posted a couple of photos of the cemetery itself on the cemetery home page so I thought Id reach out to you for assistance. I don't know if you are in or around Galesburg, or if you have the time or inclination to look for this man's headstone in order to photograph it for me but one never knows if one doesn't ask - right?! His wife (who I have absolutely no info on) is supposedly also buried there and it is critical to my research that I also get her headstone photographed and burial record added - if you wouldn't mind? My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to discuss this further or if you have recommendations. Thanks in advance for any help you may be able to offer!
|Jerry Huffman||RE: Norma Gunter|
You are very welcome. Glad to help.
|Jane Brereton Netcher||Alfred Clinger|
Okay I did some checking on Alfred and he is not buried in the Provo City Cemetery he is in East Lawn. I dont know why he is not buried with either of his Spouses. So do we want to ask for a merge of the two memorials or I can transfer the East lawn one to you, then add the other wife to him and delete the other one what ever you would like to do just let me know. Thanks
Thank you for all your hard work researching and sending edits for the Clinger family! I am distantly related as Elizabeth Gillard is my 1C2R.
Added by Jeni on Aug 19, 2015 2:09 AM
I tried to get a photo. Mt. Hope has no record of Theresa having been buried in the cemetery, either under her married name Clay or under her maiden name Siebach. Could she be buried in a different cemetery?
Added by BBovenzi on Aug 05, 2015 1:29 PM
|R. Sage||RE: Mary Crocker - IL|
You're welcome! I'm guessing that plaque that was added to his stone is fairly new. A photo of it has already been added to his findagrave memorial. It looked very new in person.
Added by R. Sage on Jun 24, 2015 8:22 AM
|David Mower||RE: Dean Rickenbach pic|
Hi Linda. It was just coincidence. I was at the cemetery yesterday looking for unphotographed headstones and took the photos of Dean's. i posted them last night, late. Lol. David
|Mary Mayfield||Sylvanus Brimhall, Sr.|
Hello Linda, I noticed that you posted on the memorial page of Sylvanus Sr., father of Joseph Brimhall, that Sylvanus is your 4th great grandfather. Sylvanus is also my 4th great grandfather. Something in common we have. Mary M.
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