|Hultquist, Jack (#47227663)|
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|Please CLICK on the 330 PHOTOS for more history and information about the people. After reading the caption CLICK on the photo again, and then slowly again to enlarge. Then click on F11 for a full screen view.|
The 330 photos include everybody I have worked with including people I can not enter data on but have attached a photo and a little family data is entered in the CAPTION.
I maintain approximately 120 Memorial sites mentioned to the right. Since on other sites somebody else put a photo of the grave they are maintaining the site even though they do not even know the family and my information is limited to a few lines attached to a photo(s) I have entered.
Families related to me that I am presently researching are:
1713 - 1936 HAWTHORNE
Ca 1820 - 1900 DURBIN, McVAY, ULREY, and Richardson of the Wapello and Jefferson Co., Iowa, area
Ca 1820 - 1870 REID, REED, LIVELY, and Tilson of the Washington and Smyth Co. VA area
Ca 1875 - 1930 SRB and SKALA of Dodge Co., Nebraska
Ca 1875 - 1930 SABATA, COUFAL, and ZAK of Butler Co., Nebraska
Other families I am researching:
Ca 1780 - 1820 ANNAN of Lancaster Co., PA
Ca 1800 - 1830 EVANS of Washington Co., VA
Ca 1800 - 1830 Stewart / Stuart of Butler Co., OH
Non-related families that I have interesting data about:
1850s David Ralston/Rolston in Ohio - 1853 Christmas Letter
1850 - 1880 Talbert of Shelby Co., Indiana
1880 - 1900 Stewart of Hamilton / Clay Co., Nebraska
1880s Willhoite, Landon, Shannon and Dunn from Connecticut, Illinois, and Pierson, IA area - photos
MY HAWTHORNE FAMILY RESEARCH 1713 - 1936
Since the 1960s I have been interested in the history of the Hawthorne family. During the 1970s I cassette recorded some of the history of my grandmother Effie Hawthorne Talbert Hultquist, and my great Aunt Blanche Hawthorne Slife and her husband Sewell. My serious Hathorn (Hawthorne) research began in 1979, including at Salt Lake City. In 1981 I did Hawthorne genealogical research in the Ottumwa, Iowa area.
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|Janet Turnbull||Permission to use Photo of David Maxwell grave|
I am working on a summary of pension files of Civil War soldiers from Fulton Co., IL for free viewing on www.illioisancestors/fulton. May I use your photo of the tombstone for David Maxwell for this project? I will give you photo credit. Thank you. Janet Turnbull
|Mr B||Liberty Cemetery near Minden NE|
the memorial (and a few others) for Mary Havens - someone left 'messages' for you about linking in the BIO of the person/s ... that to some looks a little tacky ~ if you have time it may be appropriate to remove those 'comments' ... and thanks for your work in doing these many memorials, MrB.
Added by Mr B on Mar 09, 2017 10:30 AM
|Marilyn Sommers Neal||Duplicate|
I think your memorial 154461370 may be a duplicate of 154461351?
|Shella Robertson||William Scott, Agnes "Nancy" Hathorn|
I saw your memorial for Samuel Hathorn (1713-1765) and was wondering if you might have any more information on his daughter, Agnes "Nancy" Hathorn who married William Scott? Online family trees list them as the parents of my ancestor, William B. Scott (married Lydia Metcalfe, died Callaway County, MO) but I have not been able to find any documentation to prove this.
|Mathew Lawson||Iver Petersen|
Jack, is Iver Petersen a relative of yours? If so, I could transfer management. My Grandmother Agnes Best was the daughter of Peter Q. Petersen and Hansine Nielsen Petersen.
|Rose Marie Brown||DAniel Doyle|
I have photographed Dan Doyle's headstone but can not add it to his site since there are too many photos now. Do you want to add it or delete another one?
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||John McCoy #71082269|
Thank you for the obit you placed on John's memorial. I have transcribed it and included it in his bio, but the photo itself is in violation of Findagrave rules, stating the photos should not included bios. Would you kindly remove it now. Thank you!
It changed! Thank you !
Added by Ellen on Jul 11, 2016 1:54 PM
Thank you for the picture that is so much clearer. He ws married to my g g grandmother. The genealogy center in Holdredge, Neb. sent me the picture. I was so happy to know that is in the museum. Thank you again
Added by Ellen on Jul 10, 2016 4:10 PM
|JULIAN WALL||Elmira Aldridge Davis|
Thank you for posting that portion of Harrison Talberts diary.
It looks like Elmira died in Nebraska while visiting Eli and Tacy and family. There is not likely a death certificate because the states were not mandated to keep records until 1911.
I have Archibald and Elmira's marriage license, several census and some family history written by the Davis family and her name is spelled Elmira in each case. I'm not sure why it is spelled with an A on her grave but i'm guessing it was a mistake.
My name is Karen Werner Wall and Elmira is my 3rd great grandmother through her daughter Tacy, Tacy's daughter Dora and Dora's daughter Mabel.
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