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Tom & Carol C (#47643907)
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We are doing this to honor the memories of the dearly departed, to give relatives who live far away the chance to visit the graves of their loved ones online when they can't do so in person. No disrespect is intended. I enter the data and post the photos with only the most respectful and honorable of motives. If you find a mistake please use the edit tab to send me a correction.You are free to use any pictures I have taken of your ancestors gravestones. I try to take a good picture but sometimes conditions aren't favorable, if you see one that needs some improvement, please let us know, we will be more than happy to retake.
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JLynn
Memorial No 146755800 - Dunn
Could you please transfer this memorial for Jeanette P (Pearl) Dunn to me? This is my grandmother. Thank you for your help.
Added by JLynn on Apr 01, 2017 10:22 PM
Robert Fontana
Elizabeth Ficker
My mistake about her dates. You had them correct. Please disregard.
Added by Robert Fontana on Mar 30, 2017 4:56 PM
Diane Grant
Betty Jane Adrian
Thank you so much for putting a picture up for me. This is my aunt and my mom only had 1 sister and so I love doing family history and since I don;t live in the quad cities anymore it is so nice to have some one do for family that dont line there anymore.

Thank you again

Diane Weellmeier Grant
Added by Diane Grant on Mar 21, 2017 11:23 PM
Virginia Brown
RE: Agatha Rohrbaugh
Thanks for getting back to me. I, also, have dealt with errors on death records and tombstones. One error was on my g-grandmother's death certificate, and the info was given by her daughter! It's possible the errors could have been due to the recorder who heard it wrong. The problem is convincing others of the errors.
Best regards to you both.
Virginia
Added by Virginia Brown on Mar 14, 2017 8:42 PM
Dennis Harmsen
RE: Gladys Irene Bowser
Hello! I have moved Gladys Bowser to Fairmount Cemetery and added the burial plot. Let me know if that is correct. You have a gravestone photo for Gladys? Please post if you do have one. I see Francis Bowser is listed as being buried in City Cemetery, but there is probably no gravestone for him. There was an influenza pandemic during the years of 1917 to 1918 in the Davenport area, so not sure if there is a gravestone. I put in a request, so will see what is found. I know I walked City Cemetery years back and saw "the mound". Interesting also, this cemetery flies the German flag. The only cemetery I know that does this. Lots and lots of Germans in the area. Thanks for your note and information. Much appreciated.
Added by Dennis Harmsen on Mar 14, 2017 8:51 AM
SLFergus
Fritz Dellit
Oh thank you so much for taking and uploading the photo! Greatly appreciate it!
Best regards,
SLFergus
Added by SLFergus on Feb 17, 2017 5:23 PM
jlt79c
RE: Henry & Bertha Sindt Davenport City Cemetery
Thank You for the gravestone photos. They look great. And Thank You and the other members for accepting the Family Link edits.

I really like it when everything comes together. The Photos are there. The parents, children, and siblings are listed.
Added by jlt79c on Feb 16, 2017 9:58 PM
jlt79c
Photo for Julia and Nick Jansen memorials
Thank You
Added by jlt79c on Feb 06, 2017 6:36 PM
Lookingatthepast
Gusto Stoelk
Thank you for your time and effort.
Added by Lookingatthepast on Feb 06, 2017 6:05 PM
Karen Schebler
3rd baby
Found the 3rd baby. Born and died on 2 October 1916. Sex was unknown.

So sad. Its amazing to see how many babies didn't make it past infancy. My husband's great grand father lost 6 children. They oldest living to age 5. This was his second marriage.

He had two children with his first wife -- both living to adult hood. One was my husband's grand father.

Thanks again.

Karen
Added by Karen Schebler on Jan 01, 2017 10:09 AM
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