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|Laura White (#46603908)|
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Hi! I'm a semi-retired Realtor from South Dakota and now live in Illinois. I drive a School Bus for a local school and LOVE IT! I'm also Teacher's Aide in the Behavior Disorder department of the school and find this position to be very challenging and rewarding at the same time. Genealogy is my "first" hobby. I like to do most of my research on "family" -- but I sometimes go astray and find other interesting individuals to check out!If you see a photo that I have submitted on this site, more than likely they're in my Family Tree. I welcome all comments from other researchers! Laura|
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|Brenda Braun||Viewfield Cemetery in S.D.|
Hi, I noticed that you added a picture to my great-great grandmothers Find-a-grave page. She's buried at Viewfield Cemetery, in Meade County, S.D. I was wondering if you might have her in your family genealogy too. Her name was Olive(Pearl)Horton. I don't have any info on her family (the Pearl's)before she married my great-great grandfather Lucius W. Horton. Thank you for your time. Brenda Braun
|Anonymous||Margaret Waldo Blood #76648485|
Laura, since your last name is White and Margaret Waldo Blood had a daughter named Laura Blood White I am wondering if you are related to my husband.
Margaret was his great, great grandmother. His grandmother was Fannie Margaret Blood Belden Miller, who was a sister of Laura Blood White.
Would love to hear from you.
|ADavidson||Mary Catherine Reed Judson - update|
Please update find-a-grave Memorial #18135616 Mary Catherine Reed Judson.
Her birth name is Mary Catherine LUCAS; daughter of William Budd Lucas and Abigail Reed; she first married Francis Reid (aka Reed) on 20 Sep 1836 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. They had a son William Francis Reed born Dec 1838 in Ohio. After the death of her husband Francis who died 10 Sep 1838, she married David Wells Judson 7 Jan 1843 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio. I have marriage records etc. if you need verification please contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you very much. Find-a-grave contributor Arlene Thomas Davidson #47141910
I was wondering if you wouldn't mind transferring the following memorials to me. I am a direct family member of the Conrows and would like to maintain their memorials; add more information. Thank you!
Find A Grave Memorial# 15663030
Find A Grave Memorial# 15663153
Find A Grave Memorial# 15662930
Find A Grave Memorial# 15662845
Find A Grave Memorial# 17198174
I'm interested in your relation to Fred Bouck? His son Harold, is my grandfather.
|RB Hall-Gallea & MS Gallea||Jonathan J Hall & Rachel Van Zant Hall|
Jonathan and Rachel are my 3rd great grandparents and I am wondering if I may use your photos from Find a Grave on my family tree with credit given to you?
Thank you, RB Hall
Hi, I noticed you added a memorial for August Eberle (17681445) in Laurel Hill cemetery in Omaha. Right next to his marker is a smaller one with just the name Forrest Dec. 1909 on it. I was wondering if Forrest could be part of the Eberle family. Would love to know if you have any information. Thank you.
|Bruce Braaten||Bradfield, Forest Hill|
I have been working on completing Forest Hill Cemetery, Canton, SD and while posting today I noticed that you have several postings for the Bradfield family in this cemetery. Today I posted a Katherine Bradfield, 1872-1900 and if she is a family member of yours I will be happy to transfer her to you. I do have a question though. Was there a Henry Peter Bradfield? Located next to the monument for Katherine is a monument that just bears the name Henry Peter with no surname, the stone does not have any dates on it either. The stone somewhat matches Katherine's is the reason I have asked. Thanks so much and I hope to hear from you.
|Shirley Gaunt Lindley||Cemetery photo|
Thanks for the very nice cemetery photo! Great shot, and I appreciate being able to have it on Gr. Uncle Fred Lindley's page!