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I am a retired Tech Lab teacher in middle school.|
I enjoy genealogy and creating photo album pages of grandkids. I especially enjoy taking pictures of headstones. Cemeteries are lovely, peaceful and quiet.
PLEASE use the edit button to request transfers and make changes/additions to memorials.
Also, since I take a large number of cemstone photos, it is time prohibitive to clean them, especially the older ones, before taking a pic. I will be glad to retake any photos upon request.
AND, I would really appreciate any email communication to include the memorial numbers of the person(s) to whom you are referring. It is so time consuming (and open to error) to find names using the search tool.
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|Becky Doan||RE: 161878295 Georgiana Watson|
Hi Mae, when I sent it I didn't know the dates, then Dennis went to the library and found the obit and sent you the dates! I am sorry for that confusion! I think her name was Georgana without an "i." Hope this solves it. I still don't know that the father is buried in MML but I can't prove that he is at Cottonwood with the wife and daughter, though. At least now there is a record of him. I'm still "collecting" records on Civil War soldiers, if you run across any, and have started to save former slaves in a virtual cemetery, too. Thanks for all your help!!! Becky
Hi. Is aches certainly happy to find the headstone for Per and Brita Liljeblad captured image. As is my grandfather's uncle. Unfortunately I can not find any children to them. Would be nice if someone knew a little more.
In Sweden, their names Per Larsson and Brita Andersdotter.
(Translated by Google Translate)http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=119612073
|M N||August Luebke|
I found a census that showed a granddaughter was living with August Luebke and his wife, Barbara. August was Barbara's second husband, her first husband, Fredrick Gundelfinger, died in 1870.
I haven't been able to find any information about this granddaughter, Alvina Worns, other that she was born in 1887 in Kansas (according to the census).
Any information would be much appreciated.
Added by M N on Jan 01, 2017 8:02 PM
|DSH||RE: John Hudson|
I can't read the painted marker, but I wonder if it is for John, Jr. and shows the birth year as 1869, and the military marker is for John, Sr., who obviously was born earlier.
Nancy's birth year more closely corresponds to being married to a Civil War veteran, too.
Added by DSH on Dec 21, 2016 8:19 AM
|DeBo||RE: Jessie Hammerberg #53001857|
Thank you for checking,it may be another cemetery where she is buried.
Added by DeBo on Dec 04, 2016 8:32 PM
|Julie Scott||Caroline Pollard|
Hello Mae, I am wondering about Find-A-Grave Memorial #100904342. I am very curious about this person, Caroline Pollard as I believe she was the sister of my great-great grandmother. One thing does not match up though. If she was my gr-gr grandmother's sister her maiden name would have been Smith not Wilson. Do you know anything about this lady? Everything I have found out fits except for the maiden name "Wilson." Thank-you for any information you may be able to provide. Julie Scott
|Glenita Randolph Guthrie||RE: 61845330 Francis Bumbalow|
I could mail you the genealogy that I have on the family if you would like to email me your mailing address. I did a genealogy work up for a publication we have. I did not how ever find any Cherokee connection with your line unless someone married into it. Glenita Guthrie
|LM||RE: Robert Scheets 76458451|
If you want to it is up to you. I have nothing to really say about Robert I am not even sure what he died of, probably diarrhea. I looked up what were the main causes of death in the 1920's of infants and that was the only one that seemed feasible. He was born in the Stone House my Great Grandfather built because his parents were living there at the time.
Added by LM on Sep 19, 2016 10:01 AM
|Amy Robbins-Tjaden||RE: 6785325 Menno Harms Saathoff|
A woman who did her family histories for many generations and over many decades sent me a large package of detailed family trees, many from that area where Menno Harms Saathoff is buried. I took her word for it that Menno is buried where I put him. That doesn't mean she and I couldn't be wrong but that's how I came to put his memorial there. The easiest way to resolve it would probably be to make another photo request for him in the Wymore cemetery and see if someone finds him there.
Do you descend from Saathoffs? I do and have a cousin in what's now Germany who did extensive research and found the common ancestors for all the Saathoffs.
|Lori Munhall||RE: Trues in the cemetery|
Mae, I am so sorry I haven't got back with you yet. I have been very busy the last couple of months.
What do you think would work best for the memorials? I do think they are the same person, so I guess they should be merged somehow. May I use your grave photos with credit to you? I can also add the links to his wife on my memorial. I would need to notify the person who has the memorials for his children.
Thank you so much! Let me know what you think! I promise to get back with you quickly this time.
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