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|Paul Rolfe (#47067817)|
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|I am involved in several projects including search on my wife's family (Asmus & Meyers and Griffith & Rihner) and my own (Linn & Rolfe and McKinley & Smith). As a result, I do not check this page on a daily basis and occasionally it may be a week or even two. Do not despair and please be patient. I typically answer the nice people first.|
Findagrave does not permit newspaper article or obituary scans and I will not reproduce them. If you want obituary information entered, I will transfer the memorial to you so you can do it if you choose to. If the obituary is not lengthy, I may paraphrase relevant information of my choosing as long as the source is cited. Please include the day of the week for newspaper since it defines death and burial dates.
I do not know about 95% of the families that I have entered memorials for and will gladly transfer them to you if you are related. Please use the edit tab with your additions and corrections.
You may use any of the headstone photos I have taken. A note of thanks is always appreciated. If you want to use any of my family photos, please contact me. I may have more I am willing to share or exchange with you.
I believe in "paying it forward" as I have been helped by a number of people. If I have helped you in any way, please do the same for someone else and continue the "pay it forward" approach.
|Messages left for Paul Rolfe (9)||[Leave Message]|
|Susan Pamela Perrin||RE: Baldwin|
I have The following person as the father so that could be who is uried with them:
BIRTH 21 NOV 1824 • Helpston, Northamptonshire, England
DEATH 1879 • Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa
I will open a memorial for him.
Thanks for all the great information on this foamily.
|Linda Linn||RE: Civil War graves|
We would be glad to help find regiment info if needed and I am pretty sure that the SUVCW would be happy to do a similar ceremony since most of the members are from the area around Atlantic.
|Tom Denardo||RE: frank hart 1846-84|
Please get that nice photo of yours again.
|Caryl Osborn||Charles Melvin McKinley|
Thank you for the information. Harriett, his wife, was my 3x great aunt. I did not see a photo of him on his memorial. I would be very interested to know his Civil War information.
|Geo Clinton||RE: Tabitha Linn Gotter|
Sorry I could not get a better picture. I did not know the grave would be facing the west. That made it difficult to get a picture in the morning. The cemetery is about 30 miles from my home and I plan to go back in the summer. If you request another photo, I will go later in the day and try to get better photo. Geo
|NL Nuttall||James Alexander Linn|
Hi Paul, I've added my entry for James Alexander Linn to the
Tahoma Cemetery and transferred him to you. Now the only thing that needs to be done is let the submitter of the 2016
entry know that it's a duplicate. But even if neither of us can
get around to doing that for a while, I don't think anyone will
have trouble knowing the entries are for the same person.
|NL Nuttall||RE: James Alexander Linn|
James and George Linn's father was a brother to my ancestor, Charles, so you're more closely related. I think I should transfer
my entry to you, since it's already linked to parents; spouse; and children. I'll have to wait until tonight to do this however.
|Elaine Dahl||RE: William Rolfe|
Our great grandparents were siblings, so that makes us 2nd cousins 2X removed. :-)
My great grandmother was Elizabeth "Betsey" Lucretia Rolfe (1835-1925), Lewis and William Rolfe's sister.
|Pamela Thompson||RE: Schoenrock photos|
Thank you for making the extra effort to get a good photo of this gravestone. Feel free to clean away! No hurry at all, and I'm sorry for the trouble--but I do appreciate it!