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|Jan Miller (#46909381)|
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Have have been working on my family tree for the last ten years and am willing to take photos in my area, NE IA, for other researchers across the country. I have been known to try and find an obit for the stones that I photograph also. My motto is to "Pay it Forward". |
Thanks to everyone that has taken the time to help me out by taking a photo for me in your area.
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|Donald Yeager||RE: Joseph Hampton stone|
You are very welcome
I am loading photos for Gus today. I did find his wife. I didn't find the daughter. However, I will go back again and check for you. The situation is unusual in that not only is Gus not in the online database, but the surrounding markers are not as well. It's quite curious, so I plan to go back and investigate a little. Let me know if you'd like Ida (his wife) transferred to you. I'll be happy to do so (but after I look into this more -- I may want to add some clarifying into to the memorial I created for her.) Thanks.
Added by Sandra on Aug 05, 2017 2:17 PM
|Ginny||Parrish and Hall graves in Oak Hill|
Thank you so much for all the work you did on finding and unburying the Parrish and Hall graves. I agree that the little girl is spelled CAERIE, and I also see that Joel and Polly used the PARRISH spelling, so I'll change that as well. It is all very interesting. If I'm ever back in Nashua, I'll bring a lot of tools!
My sister and I were in Nashua a few years ago, but I wasn't doing Find A Grave at that time, and had no idea there were so many relatives there, so I really appreciate all the Find A Grave volunteers taking care of all my family grave photos for me. The photos you took are excellent.
My great grandmother and grandfather met and married in Nashua, and they each had a number of siblings also living there and everybody was running around marrying everybody else. Although my great grandparents ended up in Minneapolis (much later), quite a few family members returned to Oak Hill to be buried, even though they moved elsewhere. As an individual cemetery, I have more relatives buried there than anywhere else.
Added by Ginny on Jul 19, 2017 2:24 PM
|Karissa & Tammy Jones-Miller||RE: Emanuel Kautz|
No, I don't (to my knowledge) have any Millers in Iowa.
|Steve Tellin||RE: Norma Klammer|
You certainly may share the picture, it's yours to do with as you please.Im glad I could help.
|Dennis Willing||RE: Richey Stone|
You're very welcome glad I could help. I checked with Gethsemane Cemetery and they didn't have any record of Jean Marie Richey.
|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||RE: Virgil Hampton|
Certainly. Glad you like the picture. Corey
|Michael DeLost||RE: Everett James Corrie stone|
Sure thing Jan.
|Kathie AAH||Harvey Druwey Hampton|
Hi Jan. I did some "Hampton" research for my cousin's husband and was able to trace his direct line back to the marriage of George Hampton and Nancy Lapp on 3/25/1823 in Clement Co., OH. I have several items and also the marriage license of Harvey Hampton and Elizabeth Bainter on 7/2/1916 in St. Francois Co., MO. I would be more than happy to share all I have with you or her and will send you an e-mail so we can correspond that way. Thanks and happy searching!!
|Kathie AAH||Harvey Druwey Hampton|
Thanks so much, Jan, for adding the obituary to Harvey Druwey Hampton's memorial. The family and I really appreciate it so much and hope you have a very blessed day!
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