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I do this to help others looking for family members...in that regard:|
Please keep any communications civil, and I shall do the same.
I always try to check for duplicates before and after posting, but sometimes miss them. Just politely let me know if you find a dupe.
I am very glad to make edits to memorials if you have extra information to add...transfers do not need to be made to achieve the goal of adding to a memorial.
I appreciate those of you who take pictures, I know it takes work...on that note, please do not post a picture to my memorials just to get credit, ESPECIALLY if I have already posted a perfectly good picture. I am finding that some of the newer members are going out and taking pictures just to get credit when I already have perfectly good pictures posted on memorials. This takes up valuable space for photos of the deceased that family or friends might want to add.
PLEASE NOTE: Please follow FAG guidelines and provide familial relationship AND your member # when requesting transfer of a memorial. If no details are provided OR the request is not CLEAR, it WILL be ignored.
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|Ramona Baker||RE: Mary Ossowski Baker|
Thank you so much for all of your effort on behalf of many families that you are helping.
|Ramona Baker||RE: Mary Ossowski Baker|
Thank you so much for your help. Now I can add more detail with full names and dates as my research continues. Are you relate, just doing cemetery research, or ???
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Rita Makovika: St. Joe's in York|
I appreciate you adding it to her memorial. It's great that the editor gives me permission to put on F-A-G. I was wondering if you were still active because I've sent obits to you quite awhile ago and I don't think they are done yet. I'll put that on my to-do-list and resend them.
|Kathy Monical||S William Boeka #74490140|
S William Boeka, b Germany
This memorial is managed by CPR.
William Boeka is buried in Greenwood cemetery.
1900 Census; his parents are residing with him, his wife and 6 children:
Adolph Boeka, 79, b. 1821
Christine Boeka, 66, b. 1834
William immigrated 1882, parents followed 1888
There is no record of the parents on Find A Grave, and no obits in the Seward newspapers.
I'm giving you this info should you have other resources for locating the parents' burial and wish to pursue it.
|Connie Clark||RE: Catherine Jumper|
You are very welcome 😊
Connie and Wayne
|Janet Mercurio||RE: 74137220|
Barb - Thanks a lot for cleaning it up - kudos for even knowing how to do that! Looks great now! And, yes, I didn't know about her being related to William Bradford until I got onto Ancestry. Very cool.
Thanks again for doing this. I knew that a stone existed because her granddaughter visited it in 1926 and wrote to my mother about it. So nice to see a photo of it!!!
|Marsha Wright||RE: Nissen Jensen|
Thank you for getting back. I am most interested in finding out where the name came from.
|Alyce D||Gerald Clark|
I am looking for Gerald Clark, born about 1902, in Memphis Nebraska, to Earnest Clark and Mable Chase. He disappeared in the 1930's. Is there any chance the Gerald in Riverside Cemetery could be him? I would appreciate any information you may have that can answer that question. Thank you for any help you can give me.
Added by Alyce D on Jul 27, 2017 10:28 AM
|Marsha Wright||Nissen Jensen|
Thank you for your work. This is a family cemetery very dear to me. Nis Jensen was my g-grandfather and I was wondering where you got the Undkarl from? If there is a source that you used, please let me know. I have never seen that reference, as on the 1900 Census he is listed as Fred. We always referred to him as "Nis". Thank you.
|Cheryl Clark||RE: Joseph Scott, Riverside Cemetery, Buffalo Co NE|
Thanks so much. Would really like to make that connection. He looks kind of lonely there by himself..and there's family waiting. (<:
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