|Jiffy Pop||FAG Correction|
Please Steve Evans 19167086
To his dad Alexander Evans # 175078488
Sorry about mixing up the Alexander Evans
|Jiffy Pop||Link FAG Profiles|
Steve Evans Find A Grave # 19167086
To his father Find A Grave # 9173205
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|Bob & Nancy Cannon||Susan Hussman|
This contributor passed away December 16, 2013 at Nashville, Tennessee.
|debbie bilbrey||Steve Evans|
I have tried twice to add Steve to his mother here in Tennessee her #158054348 Sarah Crockett Evans. Steve's # 19167086. Could you please do this. If you check the census for Steve you will see that he is from Tennessee. I also have pictures of him and his wife Sarah I would like to add. Thank You
|Marianne Bradley||Joris Rapalje and Catalina Trico|
I see on FindAGrave that you are a descendant of Joris and Catalina Rapalje. You may enjoy the book "Island in the Center of the World " by Russell Shorto. Story of the founding on Manhattan by the Dutch and the Rapaljes are part of the book. We are over One million descendants!
|Deanna McNeeley||Marxmiller lookup request- my email address|
For got to add my email address:
Requesting look up in your Vermillion County cemetery books for Great great grandmother
Melisa Mary (Betz/ Betts)Marxmiller
Melissa another variation
2nd wife of Henry Marxmiller. Henry is buried in Rossville Cemetery, IL.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Deanna McNeeley||Rossville Cemtery look up-Marxmiller|
I am so thankful to you for taking the time to take pictures of my ancestors graves! This is so neat. I do have a question. I have been trying to find the grave of My Great Great Grandmother Melisa Mary Marxmiller. (Other variations Melissa Mary or Mary Melissa).
My Great Great Grandfather Henry is buried in the Rossville Cemetery in Vermillion County, Illinois.
Melisa Mary (Betz/Betts) Marxmiller
Married: 19 July 1870
Henry's third wife Emma Peters is buried with Henry and Homer Marxmiller's family in Section B-4 Lot 44 Block 4. (Just before the big cemetery hill) on the other side of the drive. Could you check in your cemetery books to see if her name is listed? Maybe her grave is unmarked or she is in some other part of the cemetery.
I really appreciate your help.
My father and most of his relatives were born in raised in Rossville, Illinois. We moved to Oregon when I was 2. In 1963. Do you know any of the Perkins family from Rossville? My father was John E Perkins. His father Estal Perkins. I would be interesting in finding these books you have on Rossville. Thanks Sandra