|Corinna Harvey-Burton (#47817231)|
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I find it very interesting walking through the cemeteries looking for relatives. My Harvey family is believed to be started by 5 brothers coming to America from England. 2 perished shortly by the hands of the Native Americans and the other 3 thrived and brought the rest of us Harvey's to this life. The known ancestors are scattered anywhere from Ohio, Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, and in between. I thought if I could help a few others find their relatives, a few would be able to help me in return.|
We have several small cemeteries in our area, as well as larger ones. I will try to fulfill any and all requests you may have.
If I have created a memorial page and it is your relative, please feel free to contact me for a transfer! I am a firm believer that family is meant to be together!
I volunteer for the self rewarding experience it brings me to find your long lost relatives!
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|Bryan Anderson||RE: Lloyd Elswoth Harris|
|Bryan Anderson||Lloyd Elswoth Harris|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History of the 89th Division, Lloyd Elsworth Harris was severely wounded on 11/5/1918, which was during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. His gravestone partially confirms he was in my grandfather's unit.
I'm not exactly sure where I'm going with my project, but want to eventually publish something. Would it be permissible to use your photograph of the grave of Lloyd Elsworth Harris (Find A Grave Memorial# 97769186) should I eventually publish something?
With warm regards,
|Bryan Anderson||George O. Woodruff|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the 355th Infantry Roster, George O. Woodruff was a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project, but I want to think I'll eventually publish something. Should I do so, may I have permission to use your photograph of George Woodruff's gravestone?
With warm regards,
|Judy Schaaf||Almira Morse|
looking more carefully at Almira - seems she was a daughter of Calvin's not another wife.
|Judy Schaaf||Calvin Morse, Old Village Cemterym Rocehster VT|
Hi Corinna, I went to Old Village today to try to honor your photo request. I examined every stone - but many, as many as half, are illegible - and did not find Calvin. I did, though, find Abigail his wife (she has a stone photo on Findagrave), and next to hers a similar stone for an Almira Morse - details were illegible but it seems she may also have been a wife of Calvin's. There is a big "vacant" spot next to Almira, where possibly Calvin is buried. There are no remnants of a stone for him there, however. I took some photos and if you want them, send me an email because we cannot attach to this message board. Judy
|Bryan Anderson||George Woodruff|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Infantry. According to the National Directory of the 355th Infantry Association, published long ago, George Woodruff was a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm headed with my project, but I want to think I will one day publish something. Is it permissible to use your photograph of the grave of George Woodruff should I do so?
Are you related to Frank and Edith Norling (Boss) Rasmussen?
|The Irish Lady||East Fairview Cemetery- Magdalena (Sutter) Kaufman|
Many thanks for getting this headstone onto Find A Grave. In searching for my husband's Sutter line, I get excited when I've found one of his relatives. It's a great picture, too.
I wonder if you'd allow me to use the picture in the family research, with credit of course?
The Irish Lady - Gail 46995691
|Connie McLain-Guldner||Hullinger Genealogy|
I saw your request for info - I have lots of Hullinger data I'd be glad to share. Contact me at ConnieG@penfedrealty.com
Can you tell me on what date the photo of the tombstone for Joseph L Sanders (1864-1954) was taken at the Gilbert-Hulse cemetery. I was there in 2010 and never saw a grouping of stones that is depicted in photos uploaded for this cemetery. I never saw a stone for Joseph. I am just finishing a history of this cemetery and need to find out if he really belongs here. I cannot find him in census records 1920 - 1940 in Nebraska. I find an L Sanders in 1885 in Tobias and a Sanders family in the Andrew Cemetery in Friend but he is not listed as a member of that family on ancestry.com. I will have to read the 1954 papers to see if I can find a death notice. I hope it is ok to use some of your photos in the history as I lost mine when my laptop hard drive crashed and am compiling photos from other sources. I am giving credit for the person who took the photos in the history and directing people to the proper memorial.
Added by Patricia on Jul 25, 2015 1:26 AM
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