|Nancy Lawson (#46925361)|
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I started working on my family genealogy several years ago, but then 'life' started to interfere with my progress. I finally feel like I can devote some time to this project again.|
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|Lois Pichelmann||Anna Jahr|
Jahr is the German word for year.
|Daniel Wetherell||Numbered Markers|
Do you have a picture of one of the numbered markers? I'm curious as I'm working on a project up at the General N.B. Baker Library in Sutherland and would like to include one with it. My email at the library is email@example.com
|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 20895483|
I found this article about this ladies death. You may post if you wish.
Article appears in the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, Friday, 10 May 1889 reads...
HER LIFELESS FORM
A Husband Finds the Body of His Wife Lying in a Pool of Water - Supposed Murder
Sibely, Iowa, May 10 - Mrs. Carrie Farrell left the home of her husband at seven o'clock Monday morning for a visit to her parents. two miles away. Leaving there at six o'clock that evening she took a diagonal course across the fields to the main road. By this route she was obliged to pass an unfrequented bridge across a slough. She was on horseback and her only encumbrance was a basket of eggs, which she carried in her left hand. Upon leaving her father's house this was the last seen of her alive. Farrell thought nothing strange of her absence during the night, as she was accustomed to remain over night with her relatives. When her horse came home riderless the next morning search was a t once instituted. Lying fave down in a pool of water was the lifeless form of his wife. On the left side of the face, just below the eye, was a deep scar, indicative of s sudden and powerful blow. Other bruises were about the face and shoulders. On the ground, forty rods distant, was the basket of eggs unharmed, another indication that foul play had been done. The matter is being investigated by the entire neighborhood. The deceased was highly respected and it was not known that she had a single enemy.
|jane austin||Thomas Lawson 15674117|
I was able to get a clear detail shot of the name and dates on this memorial today. Would you be so kind as to remove yours with the red chalk? Thanks much! ;)
|Judy||Emery Remmers # 20896010|
I have sent an edit to you on 11/24/2015 requesting that you delete "still living" from the "note". You have entered a date of death (2012) so please remove the "note" from this memorial. Thank you
Added by Judy on Dec 16, 2015 9:40 AM
|Arlene Harris||Laura Getrude Lake Guetschow Johnson|
Nancy: Thank you for adding the info I had and all the other info found with connecting these people. Thank you also for the correction of her mother's last name. My error. Arlene
|Arlene Harris||Laura Guetschow Johnson|
Nancy: I forgot to mention that her husband, Lawrence A. Guetschow's memorial is #20895750. Would you also connect them? Thanks. Arlene
|Arlene Harris||Laura Guetschow Johnson|
Nancy, would you add some information to Laura's memorial #20895749? Her full name is Laura Gertrude Lake Guetschow Johnson. She was married to Lawrence A. Guetschow on 23 Nov 1922 in Primghar, O'Brien, Iowa. Her parents are Irvin Lake and Gertrude Stayherst. I don't know anything about her marriage to the Johnson. Thank you so much. Arlene
|Iaed||RE: Duplicate - Rosettie J Hite Myers|
I think the "anonymous" creator of the other memorial may be a contributor who is mostly inactive. I have found that If I make corrections through the edit tab on memorials he/she has created, there rarely is a response, but they get automatically approved by the system after the three-week waiting period. I have made quite a few corrections in this cemetery using that process. You also can ask the administrators to merge the two records--I never do that so I'm not familiar with how successful it is. I have no personal interest in this particular memorial--just noticed the duplicate when I was posting photos. Thanks for your response.
Added by Iaed on Apr 30, 2015 8:51 PM
Thank you for transferring Bernice's memorial.
Added by Tammy on Feb 16, 2015 7:15 PM
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