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|Chuck Johnson||RE: Photo BETZ|
You are very welcome, glad I could help
|Derrick Wigney||Robert Presley|
Hello, regarding your search for Robert Presley monument, I found one in the Westminster United Cemetery, but there are no dates attached. Not sure if it's the one you're looking for. (see link below)
|Chuck Johnson||RE: Kuckuck|
You are very welcome, glad I could help.
|John Surman||Albert Tramp photo request in Menominee|
I have checked the Menominee Cemetery in each of the last 2 summers and find no headstone for an Albert Tramp with a 1960 death date. There is an Albert Tramp with your birth date and a 1975 death date and an apparent spouse named Elizabeth who died in 1962. Is this the same individual?
|Ken McMillan||RE: Anne Pressley|
My pleasure Anne!
|Cook Olson||Catherine Saling|
Hi! Good news today regarding Catherine. I went to the Sarpy County Historical Museum in Bellevue, NE and did, in fact, locate Catherine Saling. YAY! Here is what I found...
Page 138, 31 Dec. 1995, Sarpy County Genelogical Society Book
This cemetery is another family cemetery and was probably the first established in Sarpy County. Thomas Jefferson Saling was one of the earliest settlers in Nebraska Territory, arriving in 1854, the year the Territory was established. He died the next year and was buried on his farm. He is said to be the first white permanent Sarpy County settler to die and be buried in the county. In later years other family members and neighbors were buried in the small plot.
The cemetery was formally established after a survey by J. D. Patterson, Sarpy County Surveyor, was completed on 7 Feb. 1882. The plat was recorded on 11 April 1882 in Book "O", page 78. The small cemetery, 56' by 104' (.133 acre), was divided into eight 20'x20' lots. Ownership of the lots is unknown. This cemetery is on private land and there are no markers or other signs of its use as a cemetery.
The number of burials is unknown but they include the following:
Saling, Benjamin J. 17 Dec. 1872 - 14 Jan. 1873
(age 6 months 28 days), son of Richmond
and Eliza J (Driskell)
Saling, Jefferson 8 Nov. 1808 - 11 Nov. 1855
Saling, Catherine (Hurst) 18 Nov. 1812 - 9 Feb.
Fricke, Julius 1780 - 1863
Mitchell, Mary 1838 - 1 June 1856
At least now you know a little bit more about Catherine and her husband. Sorry there was no headstone to photograph.
Not sure what you are referring to. The memorial is for Sarah Field 1840 - 1909. The first picture is of the family stone, the second is taken from the side of the stone and has Sarah's name, her husbands, and a daughter of theirs. Her dates are clearly noted with her name.
Added by Theresa on Oct 21, 2014 7:34 PM
|muggah||Union Corner Cemetary|
I've filled all your requests for Union Corner Cemetary in Carlteton County, NB. Canada. There were just 3 that I couldn't find and I've noted this on your remaining requests.
I visit this cemetery at least once a year in case you need anything else! It's soooooo darned beautiful there!
Added by muggah on Oct 13, 2014 6:01 PM
|Linda ||RE: Edwin Merwin|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
Added by Linda on Jul 15, 2014 6:53 AM
Restland has advised that Mr. Angle was cremated and his ashes were scattered in the Urn Garden. The photo I will post is the approximate area.
Added by JFH on Jul 03, 2014 12:25 PM
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