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|Roxanne Jenkins Riggan (#47270160)|
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I have visited cemeteries in many Counties in Iowa:|
Adair, Boone, Bremer, Butler, Cerro Gordo, Clark, Dallas, Davis, Decatur, Franklin, Hardin, Harrison, Jasper, Kossuth, Madison, Monroe, Polk, Pottawattamie, Ringgold, Story, Van Buren, Wapello, Warren, Washington, Wright.
If I have an ancestor buried there or my husband does, it has been, or will be on my to-do list.
Also I have visited cemeteries in Missouri, and Florida.
****PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAB on the upper right side of the memorials, then choose the Suggest a Correction feature for transfers or to add information and links
*Transfer requests should be close relatives
*It is okay to use any of my photo's of headstones, for your family tree, credit for my photos would be appreciated
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|L. Forbes||Painter family|
Leon Cemetery -
William & Sophronia Painter I have sent Edits, thanks.
|Michael Jones||# 72694454|
Hello Luke's wife, Mary, maiden name was Hoge
|Linda Linn||RE: Joseph Walden Oakview Cemetery|
Thanks for checking, Roxanne!
|Sheila Wood||Flora Alice Slaughter Chrisman|
Flora and Lewis Chrisman were married 8 Mar. 1882 in Phelps Co. Mo. Their marriage is recorded in the court house,in Rolla, Mo. email@example.com.
|Linda Linn||Find A Grave Memorial# 100801429|
Joseph Walden--I have been researching this for days. I think that these two stones are for two different Joseph Walden's. The Civil War record birth year is way off the dates on the tall stone and the death date is even further off the date in his GAR Record. To make matters even worse, I found him in a family tree and it had a photo of a family stone for him in Kossuth County and said that his wife was Celestine, who is buried in Oakview and that he served in the 30th and 6th Iowa Infantries. He and Celestine were divorced by 1895 and she was living with her son from a previous marriage. Joseph apparently moved to Kossuth County and married again--Eliza VanVranken (I think). My guess is that someone THOUGHT he would have been buried with Celestine and ordered a stone for him, but there are no good records for military headstones ordered between 1904 and the mid 1930's or so. What I am really writing to ask you about is if you remember the location of the military headstone relative to the other one. I am thinking that they are not together since you added one and someone else added the other. Thanks for your time--and photos! Linda
|Jeanne O||RE: Re #165235557|
Thank you so much. I added your photo with the tag to give you credit & also gave credit in the description.
Added by Jeanne O on Jan 02, 2017 3:24 PM
|Katherine L (Patch) Short||cemetery stone upload|
Thank you for adding the photo of my great-grandparent's double headstone to their Pleasantville Cemetery memorials:
Alexander Culbertson 
Lydia Elizabeth Routh Culbertson 
|Donald Carl Barker||RE: Winchester Cemetery|
Has your husband done a DNA test? It would be interesting to see if and how we are related.
This is a place he might want to join:
Let me know what you think.
|Anita Dennis||RE: Palestine Cem|
Thank you! I did.
|Anita Dennis||Dobbes memorials, Palestine Cemetery|
Would you please add a copy of the tombstone photo on Andrew Dobbe's memorial (117525571) to the one I just created for his wife Mary? (172735707)
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