|William Rogers (#46856306)|
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|tulsadave||Charlotte Bright Stevinson|
William, thank you for your quick assistance in updating Charlotte's grave. Your help is very much appreciated.
|Dian Gustafson||RE: Clark Gates Sinclair|
Finally getting back to you!
I found the information on Clark Gates Sinclair burial in The Carson Weekly, Carson City, Nevada Monday May 2,1910 through the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 4505 Maryland Parkway, Bo 457013 Las Vegas, NV 89154. Hope this helps.
|Dian Gustafson||Clark Gates Sinclair|
Just a note. In my research on Clark Sinclair, I found him buried in the IOOF cemetery in Carson City, Ormsby, Nevada where he went after leaving Bridgeport, California. His wife Caroline is buried in Bridgeport. Does this jibe with your notes? Wanting to have my records accurate. thanks
Bill, as you are researching him, I have transferred Valentine's memorial to you. Good luck in your research.
Added by Deb on Feb 24, 2017 7:51 AM
|Tom Spiegel||RE: Knoebel Links|
Thanks William. I am on every day so I will see the edits as you send them.
Thanks for the edits on the Knoebel family members
|Sharon Texeira Sabol||Judith Eastman Gove|
Thanks for giving a name to "Judith." You're welcome to manage the memorials for any of them as I have no relationship to anybody in that cemetery. Just ask as I don't want to transfer them if they're unwanted.
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|Alma Stone||RE: Fannie Darr's obituary|
Will, your very welcome. I may have more coming your way. Going through obits I've saved for last 18 yrs, and sending to Find A Grave volunteers.
|Bryan Anderson||Henry Emil Lytthans|
Dear Mr. Rogers,
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, Henry Lytthans was a member of this unit.
According to your findagrave post (88707600) for Alice Mildred Shimer Lytthans, the obituary lists Henry Emil Lytthans as the surviving husband.
Might you know where he is buried? It seems a little odd they would not be buried next to one another, but hardly impossible.
I've been able to find the names of about 350 men in the above mentioned unit, but I've only found portraits of about 200 of them.
Any information you may have to the location of his grave/relatives would be greatly appreciated. If I can't find his grave, I'm also searching for portraits, letters, or stories.
Thank you, I appreciate your time.
With warm regards,
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