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Dianna Albee (#46856852)
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donna zeller
Diane, My name is Donna Miller Zeller, and I am researching my family history. I came across your entries on this site. I am looking for relatives of Allen Wakefield Murray. He was my 3x great grandfather. Are you related to him?
Added by donna zeller on Oct 19, 2014 3:22 PM
CJ Laird Glass & JR Glass Jr.
Charles Orlando "Orlie" Glass
b. 1881, died 1959.
husband of Ora May Allen Glass
burial was in Florida, Lutz Cemetery (Hillsborough county). Find-a-Grave person # 28155294
Added by CJ Laird Glass & JR Glass... on May 27, 2013 8:57 PM
Jim Converse
RE: Beasley grave
I asked the Sons of Confederate Veterans of the Civil War group in Lenexa to help me with this. They ordered the new stone which we took out to Hutch last week and placed in the spot that Zach marked for us. It was in the Hutch paper if you'd like to find it...also in the genealogy society page and one of their members' blog page. Very nice reception. With your e-mail, I can send you a photo of the headstone setting.

Many thanks for helping getting this project done.

Jim Converse
Overland Park KS
Added by Jim Converse on Jul 28, 2009 11:29 PM
Jim Converse
Eastside Photo
Thanks so much. This gentleman was a Confederate Cavalry soldier in the Civil War, captured weeks after entering the fight....spent the entire war in Union prisons. I am ordering a Veterans Administration headstone for him, which a unit of the Sons of Confederate Veterans will arrange to have installed and honors rendered. Again, I thank you so much for helping.

Jim Converse
Overland Park KS
Added by Jim Converse on Apr 03, 2008 7:39 PM
Jenny Disque
Scott photos from Eastside Cemetery
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the grave plot. I wish there were headstones but at least I know I have to dig more- not literally.
Thanks again.
Jenny Disque
Added by Jenny Disque on Apr 03, 2008 2:04 PM
Elizabeth A. Rice Gravestone photo
Thank you so much for taking this photo!
I really appreciate it since I cannot visit
the site myself.
Added by bonwals on Apr 03, 2008 11:25 AM
Gustave Claner
St. Paul's cemetery is around the corner. I'll see if I can find it for you tomorros.
Added by Geep99 on Mar 14, 2008 10:19 PM
Done, and I checked it.

I saw you had another Clarner Request posted. You have the cemetery listed as Cibolo.

Alfred Clarner is in the Christ Redeemer Cemetery situated between Germania and Zuehl which is about 8 miles from Cibolo, but still on Guadalupe County, Texas.

There is a cemetery right of Main St. in Cibolo, that is the only cemetery I'm aware of in Cibolo.

Anyway I'll see if I can find the other one for you, I just swung out by Zuehl on the way to work this mornging and found Alfred's pretty easily.

Added by Geep99 on Mar 14, 2008 2:46 PM
Thank you!
Diana--thank you so very much for the photo of my cousin Jerod Keasling. It means a lot.
Added by Jodene on Mar 13, 2008 4:31 PM

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