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Barbara Bowman (#47205874)
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Susan
Charles Trotter
Thank you for your reply - I am curious as to what makes people post pictures - are you helping someone? No relation but did you know anyone who knew him or did you know him?

Thank you
Added by Susan on Apr 15, 2017 12:22 PM
Susan
Charles Trotter
As a contributor to this gravestone picture, do you know anyone from the Trotter family?

Thank you
Added by Susan on Apr 14, 2017 9:09 PM
Richard Soash
William Reynolds diary
Would you be interested in a copy of Wm Reynolds diary from 1912-1914. He moved to Kirwin and has references to things happening in the town.

Richard Soash
Added by Richard Soash on Apr 08, 2017 5:32 AM
Richard Soash
Thank you
You have done an AMAZING job with the Kirwin Cemetery. Thank you for all that work.

Richard Soash
Added by Richard Soash on Apr 07, 2017 6:28 AM
Martha (Mallett) Sisler
Jacob Thompson 51310625
Thank you for the edit to link Jacob to his Dad. This will help someone in the future! His mother was Elizabeth Casey, but I haven't found her gravesite yet, for sure.
Added by Martha (Mallett) Sisler on Mar 09, 2017 12:02 PM
Robert Livingston
Info on Sister of Rhoda Ward
I am looking for information or legends about the sister of Rhoda Gray Ward who died in Kansas. Rhoda's older sister was Sarah Alice Gray (1843-1907).She had a child (James G. Livingston) in December 1866 to a man named James Livingston in the Wheeling WV area. I am not able to find any information on this James Livingston. I suspect that Sarah was active in the Wheeling WV area in the civil war and may have met a soldier of that conflict. In the 1870 census, Sarah was living with another family and raising her son, age 3. Any information will be helpful.
Thank you.
Added by Robert Livingston on Feb 01, 2017 10:12 AM
Jcarter
RE: Alexanderfeld Cemetery
You're welcome... I recently purchased a CD with all Messenger of Truth issues from 1942 to 2015. I am slowly working through the Holdeman Mennonite cemeteries where I have connections. (My mother grew up in the Alexanderfeld congregation and my grandparents are buried there). If you need an obit from 1942-2015 just let me know and I will try to send it to you.

Thanks,
JCarter
Added by Jcarter on Jan 22, 2017 3:21 PM
Caroline Berry
van voorhis
Hi Barbara, would there be any way to connect Abraham Van Voorhis with his family, including his wife, buried in another city?.. Thanks, Caroline
Added by Caroline Berry on Nov 02, 2016 10:45 AM
YankeeGraver
Nathan Riggs #48237225
My email addy is strlbda@outlook.com if you would email me I will send you the pictures she took of the stone she found.

Rob (YankeeGraver)
Added by YankeeGraver on Oct 19, 2016 11:11 AM
YankeeGraver
RE: Nathan Riggs #48237225
Hi Barbara,

Yes it does, and this is the same Nathan I have in my family tree but it doesn't explain the two different stones. I would love to send you the stone she found at his grave site when she went out to look at his burial plot if that is OK with you. I am stumped that she did not find the same stone you have showing but found a different stone that was laying down on top his burial plot. This is really puzzling to say the least! LOL.

In her records there is only one Nathan Riggs and he is buried in the North Inman or Inman North Cemetery. I guess she is the genealogist or takes care of the Inman Cemetery now. I mentioned your name when she called me yesterday and she didn't recognize you but said that the picture she sent me was the only stone she found at his burial plot. Not that this makes a big difference I'm just curious how you found this stone and she found a totally different stone.

Still Puzzled,

Rob (YankeeGraver)
Added by YankeeGraver on Oct 19, 2016 11:10 AM
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