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|Pierce Library Genealogy Group (#47262149)|
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|The Lied Pierce (Nebraska) Library Genealogy Help Group is available to assist with genealogy research in the Pierce area. The group will continue to post cemetery photos of the local cemeteries. But if you are in need of a photo that has not been posted please let us know and we try to assist you.|
I am also researching my family members including the Pierce County Nebraska names of Buckendahl, Warneke, Herbolsheimer, Korth and Wayne County Nebraska names of Meyer and Doose. My husband's family includes South Dakota names of DeJong and Hein and Minnesota names of DeJong, Busman, and Joblinske / Jablinski.
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|JimW||Grace Belle "Gracie" Mark Hiatt|
I noticed there are two memorials for this person. One I transferred to you and one is managed by someone else. Not sure what to do about duplicates.
Added by JimW on Mar 15, 2017 9:25 PM
|FamleLady||Carl Lamont Dutcher|
I am attempting to find the grave of this person. Ancestry records state he was buried in Plainview, Pierce, Nebraska. Also looking for his wife Violet Mae, but the records state she was buried in Norfolk, Madison, Nebraska.
|janicet||Re: Claribel Frady memorial #54499766|
Looking for her mother Mary Elizabeth van Dorn Frady (1851 – 1881) who died in Neb before the family moved out of state. Do you see any evidence of her burial, perhaps near daughter Claribel?
Born 14 Oct 1851 in Clarksville, Butler, Iowa
Died 20 Jun 1881 in Plainview, Pierce, Nebraska
Added by janicet on Sep 10, 2014 11:58 AM
|Michelle||RE: Transfer Managment|
Thank you for a transfer of the memorials. I have a good amount of stuff that my grandmother left behind in her genealogy adventure. If I do need help I will be sure to contact you. I am happy to know that I have located another cousin in my genealogy adventures.
Added by Michelle on Mar 02, 2014 11:05 AM
I found recent that your managing some of my close family members graves and was wondering if you could transfer them to me? Below is the list.
Wayne Sullivan and Frances Dejong Sullivan. Both are in Pioneer Cemetery in Springfield, SD.
Then finally my great grandparents.
Simon "Sam" DeJong and Grace Hornstra DeJong. Both are also in Pioneer Cemetery.
Thanks for your time.
Added by Michelle on Oct 04, 2013 11:48 AM
|paths2present||George and Winifred Herbolsheimer|
George and Winifred Herbolsheim are buried in Block 70, Lot 21, Section NW 1/4, in case you would like to add the plot location to their memorial pages.
Note that on their shared gravestone, George is identified as "George S" rather than "George Leonard" as on his memorial page.
Good luck with your research!
Charles, Emily, Mary and Lillie are buried in Block B, Lot 31, Section S 1/2, but their graves are unmarked. The photograph posted on each of their memorials is the area where their graves are located.
Will email you seperately with details.
|Tony Kaney||Memorial for Erhard KAHNY|
Thanks for the memorial to Erhard Kahny. His first wife, Louise Kessler Kahny may have died in Pierce county as well and I would appreciate adding a memorial for her, if she is found there. Many thanks.
|Brenda Hare||Vincent Tullis (1815-1904)|
I want to thank you so very much for taking the picture of the stone of Vincent Tullis.
Is it possible that an obit might have been published for him? I will gladly make a donation to your library.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Thank you for the photo memorials for Frank and Bess Kratochvil. I appreciate your time in doing this.
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