|Clarence Priest||Samuel Kellogg request|
Do you mean Samuel Kellogg MORLEY? #120862559. I did not a marker for Samuel Kellogg.
|Mike Brown||Family of Stephen Smith|
Greetings from Bolivia, South America!
I am interested in Stephen Smith (who you have posted here on Find a Grave) who married Neeltje "Nellie" Wood. Do you happen to know more about them and if any of their children connect to a BENEDICT family? My efforts to turn up any records for these people to put the family tree together have been less than convincing for me so far! I would be interested in whatever you might know! Thanks!
The best to you in your own searches!
Michael L. Brown
Find a Grave #46978231
Hi I recently signed on to find a grave and accepted a request in my area at the pioneer cemetery i finally found the grave site but when I went back to post the picture it wasnt on my e mails anymore do they take it down when the 14 days expire is there some way i can send these pictures to someone . sure would like some help on this. thanks you Deloris Anderson
My friend and I just photographed the entire Rosehill Cemetery in Hinckley, MN where you have requested two photo's for Kellogg's.
We didn't find any Kellogg's. They may be in an unmarked grave.
It is possible that we might have missed one but doubtful that we would miss two. Sorry!
|Bev Hofmann||RE: Czech pics|
You are so welcome.
I entered photos on memorials for: Joseph and Anna Fussy Czech; Theodore and Theresa Posh Czech.
I went to the Elmdale Cemeteries (Lutheran and Catholic) but could not find the stones for Peter Czech and Victoria Czech. They were the two young children of Franz and Mary Czech who died of diphtheria.
I sent an email with some other shots attached.
|Ghost Hunter Lon||Samuel Gallaher|
Thank you so much for finding my great-great-great-grandfather's grave. You're the best!
|Bill Scott||Truman, Trumain. OK|
That may be good news. This is simple and it resolves all issues. And I needn't make another trip for the present name/s. There is still a lot I would enjoy doing at Crush Cemetery if I can find the time.
|Bill Scott||Crush Cemetery, Truman name accuracy?|
I believe there is an error here, (see my prior message). We need to where the error occurred if any. Perhaps a correction needs to be made somewhere else as well as here. It would be comforting to obtain a full resolution of this.
Regards to all who may be involved.
|Bill Scott||I missed as well on Soloman Truman grave photo|
The photos I took believing it was for the Solomon Truman grave has turned out to be show a different name, namely "Solomon Trumain". I have now listed a Crush cemetery grave for Solomon Trumain. I have not however determined that there is a mistake in entering the Solomon Truman grave.
The S. Truman grave may have been listed from a library listing or some other outside source rather than a observation of a gravestone. This needs to be determined by whoever listed the Truman Find A Grave Memorial. We all need to know the basis of information on the name "Truman". Is it a mistake? I am not going to guess. Can we somehow get some corroboration?
|Bill Scott||The promised Henry Solomon gravestone photo.|
I took two photos of the gravestone which my wife and I thought read, "Henry Truman". I brought it home and downloaded my pictures, and when I edited it, cropped, etc, to get it ready for posting on Find A Grave, I found that it read, "Jenny Trumain." I won't be able to get back to Crush cemetery until this thursday or friday, but I intend to try again. Sorry about the delay. I have to call a farmer to arrange permission to get into the cemetery, so it has some complication. We will see how easy it is to get back soon.
See the Crush cemetery for Jenny Trumain to see how similar the size and design for Jennies inscription is to Solomon Truman's, and why we jumped to the wrong conclusion.
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