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|Dick Weller (#47458614)|
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I have been interested in genealogy for many years. I was fortunate to have had a great grandfather and great uncle who did extensive research back in the early to mid-1900s when getting information required letter writing, travel and research to get things done. I commend them on their determination to find and accumulate facts about relatives and their lives in years past. |
Any photo I have posted on Find a Grave is intended to be used.... Please feel free to use them in personal use and documentation of your loved ones.
I hope my listings help other people in their genealogy efforts.
Thanks for having an interest in the history of our families. It is something that becomes more and more important to me as time inevitably goes on.
I gladly transfer any of the memorials that I have created when the person is not my relative or if you are a closer relative than I am.
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|K. Hudson||#28874459- Thomas Richardson|
I noticed that Thomas Richardson(1809-1872) & Eliza Ann Weller Richardson(1815-1894)were married. Richardson is in my maternal side of family,as Robert B. Richardson
Birth: Iowa, Jan. 28, 1844
Death: Iowa, Mar. 25, 1910
#38660160, in North English Cemetery, and once told that North English is close to Keokuk Co. In the State of Iowa, North English Township, North English Village- 6/01/1900 Census he is listed and shows father born in OHIO, mother born in Maryland. I am curious as to if any information as to a connection to my Robert B. Richardson and Thomas Richardson's birthplace, being OHIO, as they may be related. Any information from any Richardson's about family connections is appreciated.
|Linda J. Morris||FAG 99029858|
Dick, I want to thank you for letting me add to Larry's memorial. I do hope you will go look at it so you will know I did my best for him.
Thank you again.
Linda (a double Dittemore) a Zirkle and a Nehs.
|Dennis Miller||Rebecca Weller Memorial|
I have transferred this memorial to you as requested.
|Donna Stewart||RE: thanks|
You're very welcome! I've been working in Rosedale/Oakland Cemeteries for about 6 mo. I'm done with RD and over half done with Oakland. Soon every stone will be present on Find a Grave with as many links as possible! It's been a labor of love for my local cemeteries. I've met so many great people on my journey and learned so much about Oakland history.
Thanks, but no, not related to anyone.
|K L Bonnett||Civil War Wellers|
Noted that George Washington Weller had Civil War Marker by his stone. Do you know for which unit he served? Also did any of his brothers serve?
Thanks for the transfer of Keren Duty.
Also, thanks for your generosity in sharing your photos. We have done genealogy in this way for many years.... anything we find is to be shared. We have received much from those who have gone before us and given freely of their work.
Added by Elle on Aug 22, 2015 2:30 PM
|Elle||RE: Keren Duty|
She is my 3rd Great Grandmother. Yes, I would be happy to manage her memorial. Finding her grave was wonderful! Thanks so much for making it available for all of us. This has added much to my search. I didn't know where she was buried. Her daughter and her granddaughter (my Great Grandmother) came West to Washington Territory by wagon, after her husband, John F. Duty, died in Illinois. We dont know where he is buried.
Added by Elle on Aug 21, 2015 5:49 PM
|Mary ||Lucy Weller|
Had to go back and read your messages so I could remember the problem. I'm still confused. Looks like Lucy is listed at Mt. Zion and also Pennington.
But I see Keith C. has added a stone photo for Lucy at Pennington. Also saw you left post-it notes on the WPA listings for Lucy, so you know about them. I am not related so I don't need the info you have. Thanks,
Added by Mary on Jun 30, 2015 5:13 PM
|Ken||RE: Aaron Cuppy|
Thanks for the response. I respect your wish to hold the memorial - it is in good hands.
I do not have my ancestry tied to find a grave.
Here is how we are related, my gg grandmother was Sarah Elizabeth Cuppy (Turner) grandaughter to Aaron Cuppy. She was a 1/2 sister to your Hayden Bridwell Cuppy.
Added by Ken on Jun 28, 2015 9:01 AM
|Susie ||Re: Collins Cemetery|
Hi Dick: Where is this Collins Cemetery? I have Collins in my family though most are buried in Mineral Point, WI. Susie # 47375864
Added by Susie on Aug 05, 2013 8:30 PM
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