|Michael Tighe (#47399149)|
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My name is Michael Tighe, I was born in Tacoma, Washington, but moved back to Sioux City, IA (where I was raised) when I was really young. Sioux City is located where Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota meet at a point called the Missouri River. Iowa has very bad winters, in which snapping photos in the dead of winter has it's limits in terms of Mother Nature coating the headstones with snow and Ice, and you need to literally use an ice scraper to read headstones. Due to lack of employment opportunities in Sioux City, IA, I have recently relocated to Jackson, Michigan. |
I am trying to complete my Beach, Buckland, Castle, Maynard, Olson, Rose, Swan and Tighe Family Trees which encompasses the United States, Ireland, England and Norway. I got bit by the geneology bug a few years back, but didn't start contributing anything additional to my family trees until about six months ago. At the present time, (4) of my family trees go completely back to the country of origination, some of which others traced the steps of my ancestors, and some of which I traced the steps of my ancestors. It just gives such a rush when you uncover a lost family member whether it be my direct family or someone requesting a photo from a headstone on the Find A Grave website, so people in the future can learn all about their heritage that would otherwise be lost.
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|Cathy Porter-Maynard||1940 CENSUS. Family of George & Loie Beach.|
Township 92 Range 49, Union, South Dakota, USA.
1940 CENSUS. George Beack [Beach], 42. OCCUPATION: "Farming on Small Island." [a.k.a. "Maynard's Island"!, across Sioux River, from original Maynard homestead] WIFE: Lois [Loie Maynard] Beack [Beach], 35. CHILDREN: Kenneth, 15. Wayne, 13).
|Cathy Porter-Maynard||*SOLDIER IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: RUBEN MAYNARD, (1752-1829).|
*SOLDIER IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: RUBEN MAYNARD, (1752-1829). SOURCE: The SAR Magazine, Volumes 10-11. [Page 29]; By Sons of the American Revolution. RUBEN MAYNARD, CORPORAL MASS. MILITIA. Death: 9 Mar 1829; Massachusetts. SAR Membership: 27293. ROLE: ANCESTOR. Application Date: 01 Oct 1914. (Also See SAR Application): Solomon V. Maynard, grandson of Ruben Maynard, listed as a "Reference/Witness" for Stoakes / Jameyson cousins, applying for membership in the SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, via their ancestor, Reuben Maynard, who served in the Rev. War. *HELPFUL HINT: COPY AND PASTE DOCUMENT, TO VIEW A GREATLY ENLARGED IMAGE.
|Judy Johnson||RE: Eddith Burdick|
You are most welcome!
Just to let you know that you have started a St. Joseph's cemetery in Cuming Co outside Bancroft Ne. The cemetery is in Burt Co, and is already correctly listed in Burt Co. Please look at correcting the memorials
Added by Brad on Jan 14, 2014 3:57 PM
|EddieM||RE: ELIZABETH MORTENSEN|
You're quite welcome. I am not from Nebraska, but I found myself driving from Sioux City to Lincoln yesterday, and I fulfilled a few volunteer requests along the route.
The GPS coordinates of Elizabeth's grave are approximately this:
To find it without a GPS is rather easy, once you know where to look. In the center of the cemetery is a large statue of a soldier, and this statue is surrounded by a small fence. The Mortensen plot is about 20 paces to the east (to the left as you face the statue.) Elizabeth's grave is low to the ground, but the family surname maker is quite tall and easy to see. I included a photo of that as well.
Added by EddieM on Jun 26, 2012 7:57 AM
|Cathy Porter-Maynard||I re-posted photographs via Memorial # 2|
Thanks for the note, Michael. I hope you are doing well.
In response to your note, I found the 2nd memorial for Sylvia Chilton Cook (containing her obituary); so, I posted the pictures of her there, also. Thus, if one of the memorials is a duplicate & is later removed, the wonderful old photographs of Sylvia will survive via one of the two Find A Grave memorials.
I especially enjoy the two "outdoor" pictures of her, working in the flower garden; and, sitting on the grass. The originals are *miniature* photos, so I didn't know how they'd turn out when I scanned them; however, they ended up being my favorite pictures of Sylvia. (Because the pictures were so tiny, I experimented by blocking out the entire background with white paper before scanning the pictures, in an effort to increase the size of the tiny pictures. It worked).
I do not have Goldie's obituary. Have you come across it?
Take care, and thanks for your note.
|Brad||RE: Jake McRoberts Query|
i don't have a Jake McRoberts photo
Added by Brad on Nov 17, 2011 9:46 AM
|Margaret A Hall||RE: Thanks A lot|
Carrie Castle was the only marker we could find in that cemetery..Were you asking for different Castle graves?
|Cathy Porter-Maynard||Ada (Fate) Maynard: Thank-you for the obituary!|
It's always good to hear from you, Michael. I hope all is well for you. The obit. for Ada (Fate) Maynard is greatly appreciated. I sincerely thank you for posting it. Would you mind if I add it to my family tree?
A cousin passed a picture of Solomon along to me, which I think might like to have a copy of. Would it be okay to forward the photo to you, via email? If so, which address would be best to send it to?
Peace and blessings,
Michael wrote: "I added Ada (Fate) Maynard's obit
I added Ada (Fate) Maynard's obit. My grandmother clipped it out of the Sioux City Journal back in 1979."
|Cathy Porter-Maynard||Searching for Ada's obituary.|
Post Script: I've been searching for a copy of the obituary for Ada (Fate) Maynard; however, as yet, I haven't had any luck. If/when I come across it, I'll be sure to pass it along to you. :)
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