|Sandy Stewart (#47874203)|
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Grew up in Wymore & Beatrice, Nebraska. Lived in Eastern Iowa (Iowa City, Coralville, Stone City, and Cedar Rapids) since 1982. |
Genealogy enthusiast, searching lines of Robert Ross Stewart, my paternal grandfather, born in Rome Iowa in 1872 and Paternal grandmother Etta Mae Hines born in 1883 in Clarinda, Iowa. Also my maternal grandfather Ray Baker and grandmother Florence Buck. On the 'Baker' side this includes Nichols, Brown, Cheesman, and Fisler.
Also looking for biological father/family of partner Bev Lawrence - Frederick 'Fritz' McGinnis, from Dewitt Iowa, lived in Oregon, died 2001, buried in Clinton. Hoping to connect with his children/grand children.
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They are not related to my bunch. Thanks for updating them. J
Added by ISDAR on May 21, 2017 11:24 PM
|J M Shannon||May and Agnes Randall|
Sandy, Memorials 132300712 and 132300713 are not husband and wife, they are sisters. Thanks for posting them but please change your note. Their parents are Mem 132300704 and 132300703 if you would care to attach them. JLS
I am also a relative of Richard D Cheesman was born to Peter C. Cheesman(b.1704-1788) and Anna Hannah Ellis(b.1706).
Do you show a Chalkely Cheesman (born abt 1819)born to Peter T and Rebecca Clark? Chalkely had the following children:
Thomas 1839-1869 - struck by train in Gloucester
Joseph 1849-11-1-1891 - m. Rachel Leslie
Nathan 1851 or 52 - m. Susan Farrell
William Henry 1852 - m. Sarah Jane Tuley
Nathan is my great great grandfather.
Any info you share will be greatly appreciated.
Renea Spence Roberts
Added by Renea on Dec 21, 2016 6:32 AM
|deanna french||Gage Co. FAG photo; Willis Ball|
I am a vermont Civil war buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting place of many of our "Old Soldiers. Willis Ball is one such patriot. His military credit was with Sutton, Vt,for the 8th N.H. Inf. I am asking you if I may use the photo you contributed to his Find A Grave memorial page, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Gail Seeley||FAG# 94579468|
Thank you for the photo!
|Donna||A S Miller|
Thank you so much for the photo!
Added by Donna on Dec 09, 2015 7:53 PM
|Carmen Dessenko||RE: Vincent Haag Mem #133741749|
Sandy - Thanks for adding the obit. Vincent is a distant relation to me. If you want to transfer it to me my contributor number is 47869815 and I will continue to update his page.
|God Made Us Family Now & Always||Richard Cheesman|
Also my maternal 8th Gr Grandfather.
Can we meet ?
my line through Richard Jr.
I have a tree on Ancestry . com
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Transfer 148284871|
As stated in my previous message, I will be maintaining Gary's memorial. You may send edits thru the Edit tab on his memorial.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Gary Baker|
I have checked all of the cemeteries in Jackson County, Missouri and First United Methodist Church Columbarium at Blue Springs or Blue Springs First United Methodist Church Columbarium isn't listed. Does it go by another name or do I need to create a new cemetery? If I need to create a new cemetery what is the exact name of it? Nancy is my second cousin and I've known them for years and attended their wedding and I will be maintaining Gary's memorial.
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