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For James Louis Peters.
Alvira/Elvira Lamb Peters was his mother, however I don't believe his father was William Wallace Peters. Elvira first married Ira O. Peters (a brother of William Wallace Peters) on March 7, 1856 in Morgan County, Illinois. She then married William Wallace Peters on Nov. 12, 1867 in Morgan County, Illinois.
Louis (or James Louis), Melissa and Oliver or Ira Oliver would have all been children of Ira. William would have raised all of the children beginning in 1867 so perhaps was called father by them.
Added by Shirley on Oct 08, 2017 6:12 PM
|Crackers||William Guy Rhea|
Father FB# 24796376 Dale Alfred Rhea, Sr.
mother 182829016 Wilma Ruth Rhea
Their youngest son Larry Lee Rhea, Sr is my son-in-law. He died July 2017 and is already connected to his parents.
Added by Crackers on Oct 04, 2017 1:19 PM
|Dotty ||Katherine L. Locke Bales 38697844|
Please transfer my great aunt Kate to me. Thank you.
Added by Dotty on Sep 28, 2017 8:45 AM
|John Pond||John C. Pond|
Could you please transfer John C. Pond, memorial #67453279
to my care? He is my g-grandfather's brother, and I have his father and mother as well.
|Cheryl Eccker||William A Schuchmann|
Dear Steve, I just wrote you about my grandmother Bertha A Schuchmann, and would also like to request a transfer from her second husband William A Schuchmann and Charles Schuchmann his brother. He was my grandfather and his birth date is wrong. I would also like to add pictures and his first wife's information and their children. Charles's wife Francis is also buried in Maple Hill but has no headstone. They did not have any children but were very close to my father Roy. Thanks again for all your work. Cheryl L Schuchmann Eccker
|Cheryl Eccker||Bertha Schuchmann Memorial|
Dear Steve: Thank you for taking the picture of my grandmother's tombstone in Maple Hill Cemetery in Wyandotte County, KS. I am the daughter of her son
Roy Schuchmann. I would like to take ownership of this memorial as the stone death date is wrong, and I need to add her first marriage and two children and pictures. My name is Cheryl L. Schuchmann Eccker Again, thank you for all your work.
|Edward Nachtmann||Otto G. & Elizabeth A. Nachtman|
Steve - I am writing to request transfer of the following two family members to my management. I'm currently adding dates and biographic info to this branch of the Nachtmann family. Thank you, Ed
Otto G. Nachtman #52185022
Elizabeth A. Nachtman #52184967
|Beverley Clark White||joshua mccarver|
hello, you have listed Joshua McCarver who is buried in the Nat'l Cemetery in Nashville, TN as being the father of Mary Ann McCarver b. 16 Jul 1851 d. 18 Jan 1934....
if you follow the Civil War Soldier's records for Joshua McCarver he was 18 in 1864 when he enlisted....
I believe that this Joshua McCarver was the brother to Elias McCarver and therefore he couldn't be a father to Mary Ann, because in 1850 he was only 5 years old.....
Elias was my gg-grandfather, and Joshua was my ggg-uncle.....
Beverley Clark White
|Dolores J. Rush||Akers|
I'm sending you an email.
|Joanne Lawlor||Mason Lineage|
My niece: Jayna Metzler has sponsored the research of her Mason lineage. Thank you so much for posting the Plot #'s on the graves of the Mason's at Maple Hill Cemetery, Kansas City, Wyondotte County, Kansas. I can now connect some of these Mason famlies who are buried in the #2 plot. It has been very difficult to research the connection to other Masons's in that cemetery. I am must now beginning to but the fragments together. Again, I thank you - Plot #'s are probably the last thing someone is thinking about when adding on Find A Grave although there is a spot for it - more than not overlooked.
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