|Martha Meyers (#47111826)|
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|Janice||RE: lloyd beeman|
I know, I was disappointed too. I added a little more info from public records, as an edit to his memorial, and linked to his son's memorial. Also, you might want to confirm it's unmarked at the office, in case it just sank below the surface. Because he is in the military section, I think you might be able to request a U.S. military headstone without cost to you, but I'm not familiar with that process so you'd need to look into it.
Added by Janice on May 23, 2017 11:24 AM
|James Snow||RE: frank smart|
You are most welcome!
|Sparky||RE: bessie inkley|
Your very welcome! Its a very unique cemetery!
Added by Sparky on May 05, 2017 10:00 PM
|Cynthia Schaeffer||RE: newton and margaret mccourt|
Happy to help! Glenwood Cemetery is the most beautful cemetery I've ever been to (also the largest), and it's full of historical markers that give an amazing background to Houston's roots. I enjoyed exploring it and plan to go back.
|Starlight||Paddock photo request for FAG 91933292|
The Floyd Paddock grave is unmarked in the Hillside Cemetery, North Loup, Valley county, Nebraska.
I have included the death notice for this child and hope it helps with your research.
Published in the North Loup Loyalist, North Loup, Nebraska, Friday December 29, 1922, Page 4, Column 2
The tiny son of Earnest Paddock died suddenly Friday, December 22. The little one's name was Floyd Chester and he was only a little over nine months old. Funeral services were held at the home conducted by pastor Polan of the Seventh Day Baptist church and the little body was buried in the North Loup cemetery Sunday.
|Gene Larson||RE: Yngsdals|
you are very welcome,gene
|John Quiring||RE: Irma and Whit|
You are welcome. JQ
I will get a grave photo in the next day or two. Thanks for the edits - it prompts me to follow up on entries that people are researching.
Thank you for your edit request. Please provide official documentation to prove the different spelling is accurate. As I noted in her bio different records, articles and her stone have different spellings. I chose to go with the spelling on her death record (and it appears to be the one that most often appears in records and articles).
Added by MJH on Jan 28, 2017 12:53 PM
|Don Lynch||William Hammers|
The gravesite is unmarked. I uploaded a photo showing this. Don
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