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|Terry Bigler (#46632780)|
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|James Stonecipher||George Washington Kitterman|
Terry, I was at the Cemetery on Tuesday 8 August 2017. Looking for George Kitterman's grave. I walked through the cemetery twice. The second time I happened to see a grave stone covered with mud and leaves. Took a stick and cleaned it a little bit. It was Kenneth Kitterman, the one who was murdered. Do you know where George's grave was and is the stone no longer there. The main reason is I was looking for William Kitterman's grave. The father of George. In the 1920 census he was living with George. He died between 1920-1939. We think he is buried in the same cemetery. Looking for grave ir death date. He is a nephew to Zacariah Kitterman my 3rd Great Grandfather in Harrison County, Indiana. Any information would be appreciated. I wish they could do something about the care of the cemetery. The pet cemetery was taken better care of. Maybe there aren't enough people interested in the care of cemeteries. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
|gen20||findagrave # 40410150|
On your listing of Robert Sidney Asher # 40410150, your bio says he was married to "Sophia" Mary Sizemore. His first wife was Mary Sizemore. Her name was NEVER Sophia. Will you please correct this information? Thank you.
Added by gen20 on Aug 05, 2017 4:02 PM
|Richard Rieck||John Fleming Dunn, 40807454|
John Fleming Dunn died June 13 (or 14), 1849 near the Robidoux Trading Post at Scotts Bluff, Nebraska, while en route to California. His grave marker was noted in diaries and letters written by 9 separate individuals who passed by it that year. His death occurred over 400 miles west of the Missouri River and it was impossible to ship the remains back east in a wagon traveling just 15 miles a day in the summer heat. Additionally, the marker was still visible at that location until the 1930s. So it is clear that his name on the stone in Tiskilwa is simply a memorial to him and that he still lies beside the trail near Scotts Bluff. Thought you might be interested.
|Boone Schwartzel||Elizabeth Patton|
Elizabeth Patton was born in Pennsylvania
|Sheila Harrison||Duplicate Memorials|
Mildred Netrail (Wilburn) Estes Campbell has two memorials:
64080763 & 105782918
Although the 2nd memorial is the newer one, I think that contributor is deceased. I wonder if you can do anything about merging them?
|Jim Boley||Loretta Montgomery #34975433|
Please process the edit for Mrs. Montgomery that I have submitted.
|Don Reyna Foreman||RE: Memorial Maintenance Transfer|
Thank You, Mr Bigler for the Transfers
|ronald conrad||David Simeon Conrad|
David Simeon Conrad Find A Grave. 10453131 is the son of David Conrad Find A Grave. 36227115 & Susannah Blume Find A Grave. 36227122. Daniel Boone Conrad is his Uncle. Daniel had a son named David B. Conrad. Thanks.
|Sara Fielder||Memorial# 24402923|
Terry, May I please manage my cousin Memorial# 24402923
Sara Fielder (#47042075)
Thank you for your consideration.
|Francie Ede||Andrew Bernard Buechler|
Would you please add the picture of the stone to his wife's memorial #7196970?
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