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Bob & Sandi Hamilton (#46980472)
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retired dave
Nancy Green McHugh
Hi Bob I have transferred this record to you for updating. Retired Dave
Added by retired dave on May 05, 2017 8:57 PM
Kathy Bauer
Researching John Hamilton Johnson
A family 'legend' tells of my great aunt, Jeanette Wolfe from Cedar Rapids, who apparently married J. Hamilton Johnson in Tokyo. This mystery in our family has existed for years and via internet, the research has pointed to a wedding in Tokyo in October, 1924. The story is that our Aunt Jean had the marriage annulled before returning to Iowa. She held this secret until her death in 1975 and my cousins and I have been curious about this d'alliance for all these years.
Do you have any information about the trip, their marriage, its abrupt ending, and any other details, including photos. Jeanette was the youngest of four sisters and quite the flapper, from what we discern. This 'scandalous' story has swirled around the family for years and Mr. Johnson has remained nameless until recently. He was never mentioned, discussed, or revealed and of course, we are curious.
One of my cousins has a silver tea service has a platter with the following inscription:
"To Mr. and Mrs Hamilton Johnson
from Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Fleisher
October 1924
Tokyo, Japan"
Apparently, both Mr. Johnson and Mr. Fleisher were in the newspaper business in Tokyo.
If you have any leads regarding the marriage, trip, and any other details, we'd love to hear from you!
Best regards, Kathy Bauer
Added by Kathy Bauer on Apr 21, 2017 5:44 PM
Cindy H
RE: Josephine Charlotte
Glad I could help.
Added by Cindy H on Mar 30, 2017 11:50 PM
Diane Mick
Georgia Mae Crawford Mick Armstrong
I could not find a contact for Janet (probably she has gotten flack from someone considering her message). Could you get a message to her please.
I am writing about Georgia Mae Crawford Mick Armstrong in Yellow Creek Cemetery, behind the Presbyterian Church in Wellsville. My husband is her grandson. Just wondered if Janet could add that she was first married to John Hammond Mick April 5, 1899, in Columbiana County, Ohio. Georgia and John had 5 sons, Frank, John, Roland, Harold Eugene and Malcom Kenneth.
Thank you if you can pass this on -- just a little more history.

Diane Mick
Added by Diane Mick on Mar 30, 2017 5:31 PM
RE: Virginia Ruth Clark Hamilton,# 101657208
Glad you enjoyed it!
Added by townsendburial on Mar 30, 2017 3:11 PM
RE: Joan Marie Gnade Ritter
They showed her and the plot in their book, but there is no stone in that location.
Added by Howard on Mar 23, 2017 2:04 PM
Red Cloud Cemetery Burials
Thank you for the edits you have given me. None of these people are actually related to me. I am simply just trying to get more burials (around 5,000) in the Red Cloud Cemetery listed so the information will be accessible to more people. If any of the people you have been supplying me with edits for are related to you, I would gladly transfer their memorials as I don't have access to photos, etc. which I am sure would greatly enhance the memorials.
Again, I thank you for your contributions to FIND A GRAVE and look forward to hearing from you soon.
Added by Suzi on Mar 23, 2017 11:00 AM
Joel Watne
RE: # 38917589, Charles Arther Workman
Thanks! This was a pleasant surprise. I have already corrected the spelling of "Arthur" and added information about both death certificates and the supplement to the second death cert.

Added by Joel Watne on Mar 12, 2017 8:22 PM
Joel Watne
RE: # 38917589, Charles Arther Workman

I actually do have a bit more information. The three index entries actually refer to two death certificates, with different versions of the name. The third is really a supplement to the second death cert, and is a reply to an inquiry from the Dept. of Health for some clarification regarding the cause of death. Why there are two death certs is still a mystery, but not unprecedented. In birth records, I have found several instances of people with two birth certs for the same date--one in Douglas Count and the other in Pope County. I even have one with three birth certs in Douglas County--with three different dates of birth--and I'm still trying to figure out which (if any) of the dates is correct. In MOMS, I have also found people with marriage records in both Douglas and Pope Counties. Just part of the fun of involvement in genealogy.

At least we can get the spelling of "Arther" corrected to "Arthur."

Best wishes!

Added by Joel Watne on Mar 11, 2017 9:51 PM
Larry Steele
Joseph C. Steele headstone
I previously noted the incorrect DOB for Joseph C. Steele on his headstone at Ft. Logan National Cemetery. With the passing of my mother Ellen W. Steele, last June, the headstone was replaced and the date corrected. I am unable to upload a corrected photograph, as the maximum number has been exceeded.
Added by Larry Steele on Mar 11, 2017 4:15 PM
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