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TheMirrorBlue (#47355923)
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Bio Photo Taphophile and amateur family historian in eastern Iowa.

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nicole mcelfresh
hi my name is nicole mcelfresh,im researching my family and im just to my 3 or 4th ggpa,my mom is mickey jean ryan,her dad was james mickey ryan his dad was john ira ryan then we gpa marshal james ryan and im at hid dad james ryan from ireland 1817,and now im kinda stuck.if u happen to have any info to help me out it would be greatly appreciated..u can email me at you and have a great day
Added by nicole mcelfresh on Sep 29, 2017 10:24 PM
Linda Klostermann
Bernard & Elizabeth Meyer
I am looking for two graves that I believe are in St. Mary's Cemetery at Remsen, Iowa and hoping that you can help locate them. Here is the information I have:

Bernard "Barney" Meyer born October 24, 1851 in Kentucky (or Ohio) and Died July 14, 1922 in Plymouth County, Iowa.

His wife--
Elizabeth (Klostermann) Meyer born February 12, 1858 in Prussia. She immigrated to the US with her parents in 1864. She married Barney November 9, 1875 at New Wine Township, Dubuque, Iowa. They had 9 living children.

Elizabeth's death certificate indicates she is buried at St. Mary's at Remsen.

Any information you can share will be appreciated. Thank you!

Linda Klostermann

Added by Linda Klostermann on Sep 14, 2017 10:51 PM
von lawyer
darrell benton
Hi. I found his grave but it still has only a temp. marker. Let me know if you would like me to post a picture of it. Thanks,von
Added by von lawyer on Sep 08, 2017 2:21 AM
Mary West
Thank you TheMirrorBlue for posting the photo of the gravestone for Mary West. Your time and effort is appreciated.
Raymona # 47237415
Added by Raymona on Jul 22, 2017 1:28 AM
Hill headstone pics
Thank you so much for the two Hill Headstone pics. Catherine was my 3rd great grandmother!
Added by candiceb on Jul 09, 2017 5:49 PM
Norma Sollman
Mary Ann Huntington
I am researching Mary Ann Huntington, an infant who died Mar 29, 1931 at Mercy Hospital in Davenport and whose IA death certificate shows she was buried at St. Ann's. She was the daughter of Ellen Hanora Noel and Wilbur Huntington, granddaughter of Joseph A Noel & Hanora C O'Neil Noel.
Because of the year and the fact that she was the firstborn, it is very likely they didn't have the money for a headstone.
Added by Norma Sollman on Jun 24, 2017 5:57 PM
Lange stone
Much Appreciated!! Thank you.

Added by thoran on Jun 14, 2017 5:33 AM
Thank you for all the photos at Elkader, Greatly appreciated. Civil War vets and their family's.
Added by steve on Jun 02, 2017 3:52 PM
Anonymous Rex
Lizzie Staub photo
Thank you very much for finding and photographing this gravestone. Very much appreciated.
Added by Anonymous Rex on Jun 01, 2017 4:55 PM
Zapf, Connor, Uriell
Another special thank you for all the work you did at St Joseph's cemetery.
Added by Saboz on May 31, 2017 7:49 AM
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