|Lloyd Donahoo (#47132707)|
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When I discovered this website, I was determined to try to be a part in bringing faces, stories and history to the people who have passed before us. My father and grandfather both kept diary books and left me with the sense that their ancesters needed to be remembered. I have done Genealogy research for many years on several names within my family. I have been entering cemetery information about others outside my family also. I find that this website is a valuable source when tracing ancestry so memorials of loved ones long past is important to me. I have found contributors to be very helpful and cooperative as I will try to be to others asking for information, transfers or even photographs if possible. Please use the edit tab to notify me of any changes or additions to a specific memorial. By the way, the picture to the left is of me (taken a while back.)|
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Do you know anything about Find A Grave #111085080? Looking for Aunt Ann E Stones husband.
Added by Linda on Mar 15, 2017 3:56 PM
|Alyce D||Frank Osovski|
Would you please transfer Frank's Memorial to me; he is my grandfather. The number is 51861753. Thank you so much for creating this for Frank and our family. Now we know where his grave is located and we can honor his too short life.
Added by Alyce D on Mar 13, 2017 7:52 AM
|The Hansen||Herman Schneider|
Hello, I was wondering if you would be will to transfer the memorial of Herman Schneider over to me. I am the Great-Grandson of Herman and Bertha(Ridgeway) Schneider. Herman's memorial number is #106789119 and Bertha's is #106789218. Our member # is... #47312028.
Thanks in Advance,
|The Seeker||RE: Waller family|
Burley was also a "Waller"...she came from a different family. I have several obits from her side of the family that name her in their obits. I am in the process of transcribing some of them so I can send to post in "Notes" area. I would send the copies of the newspaper clippings to post..but it is not allowed. F.A.G. has removed hundreds of my jpeg's of the obits. They don't have a problem if you transcribe the jpegs and add to "Notes" area. Notes take up much less data than jpegs.
Thanks : )
|Stender-Custer||RE: Carl Anderson - Strand Cemetery|
I will just add the links to the original so that the original doesn't have to be deleted. If you'd like to add the photo that would be great.
Thanks a bunch for taking the time to look into this!!! ~ Jo
P.S. Can I put your explanation on Dorothy's obit?
Added by Jo C on Jan 28, 2017 9:40 PM
|B.Morris||RE: Fort family in Wyuka|
I have a Wilber Fisle Fort a son of Jessie Loftin Fort and his first wife Martha Ann McChesney.
born 7 Feb 1848 in Illinois and died 2 Feb 1858 in Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska.
And Yes record shows him buried in the Wyuka Cemetery.
I am sorry if this is not a timely reply.
Your work in these and all family history matter is tremendously appreciated.
Bonnie Campbell Morris
Added by B.Morris on Jan 25, 2017 3:02 PM
|Brenda Black Watson||Duplicate FAG for Ann Merryweather|
Birth: Apr. 30, 1831
Death: Mar. 8, 1875
Created by: Loren Bender
Record added: Nov 30, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31847351
Ann Truelove Merryweather
Birth: Apr. 20, 1831, England
Death: Mar. 8, 1875
Spouse: Charles Merryweather (1819 - 1885)
Charles Merryweather (1852 - 1925)*
Mary Merryweather Fishback (1865 - 1944)*
Burial:Brittin Cemetery, Elkhorn, Douglas County
Created by: Lloyd Donahoo
Record added: Sep 21, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42236695
|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 98316578|
I found the article about this fellows death in saving his sister and dying doing it. I hope you will post on his memorial for other researchers. Thank you. Mary
Article from the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, 27 December 1888 reads…
YOUNG HERO KILLED
John Bryan Returns to a Burning Building to Obtain Clothing and Perishes
Nebraska City, Nebraska, December 27 - A farm house seven miles southeast of here occupied by Ashbury Bryan, his wife and six children was destroyed by fire about two o'clock yesterday morning and John Bryan, about twenty-one years of age, perished in the flames. The family was awakened by the cries of one of the children and had just time to escape from the building. All except one little girl got out together and John returned and rescued her at the peril of his life. Then as his mother and the children were standing in the snow barefooted and in their night dresses, the young hero went back to get clothes for them. While in the burning building he was overcome by the heat and his body was found just inside a door burned to a crisp. Mrs. Bryan waded four miles through the snow in her bare feet before securing help.
|Pat Sproat||Anna Eliza McCartney|
Her father Thomas Snodgrass Milligan
# 115618667 please add her father to her
memorial and her mother Martha Milligan 97517322
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