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Sharleen (#47278847)
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I have been interested in genealogy for my family since the 1960's. I find it rewarding when I learn new things about my family and I am equally excited to help others learn more about their family. I like to be able to help others by taking pictures of their family members' graves when they otherwise would not be able to get them.
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Jeanne Roland
OOPS!!
Added by Jeanne Roland on Apr 26, 2016 10:53 AM
Jeanne Roland
Photo Request - James Shane/Thomas Cemetery
Hi! Sharleen: Sorry I havent contacted you sooner about your request. I had a bad car accident last August & spent 3 months in the hospital & rehab center. Just now getting back to normal! I am a 3rd great granddaughter of Amos and Ruth Brown and have been working on a genealogical history of this cemetery. Hope to finish it this year! There is no headstone for James Shane. At one time I thought the tall one next to Amos and Ruth was James, but it is now thought to be his granddaughter Hannah Shane, the daughter of Caleb and Martha. The stone for them just reads Father and Mother, along with several of their children. The Wayne County cemetery books do not list him in the original addition, but the supplement (page 56) lists him in Banta-Brown-Allen Cemetery, which makes on sense to me. I am still searching for an obit for him. Please email me privately to discuss this further! Jeanne
Added by Jeanne Roland on Apr 26, 2016 10:52 AM
Jeanne Roland
Photo Request - James Shane/Thomas Cemetery
Hi! Sharleen: Sorry I haven't contacted you sooner about your request. I had a bad car accident last August & spent 3 months in the hospital & rehab center. Just now getting back to normal! I am a 3rd great granddaughter of Amos and Ruth Brown and have been working on a genealogical history of this cemetery. Hope to finish it this year! There is no headstone for James Shane. At one time I thought the tall one next to Amos and Ruth was James, but it is now thought to be his granddaughter Hannah Shane, the daughter of Caleb and Martha. The stone for them just reads "Father and Mother", along with several of their children. The Wayne County cemetery books do not list him in the original addition, but the supplement (page 56) lists him in Banta-Brown-Allen Cemetery, which makes on sense to me. I am still searching for an obit for him. Please email me privately to discuss this further! Jeanne
Added by Jeanne Roland on Apr 26, 2016 10:51 AM
Jeanne Roland
Phoo Request
Added by Jeanne Roland on Apr 26, 2016 10:23 AM
Barbara McCully
RE: Jennifer Newton photo
You are welcome! Have a great day-Barb
Added by Barbara McCully on Jun 07, 2015 9:27 AM
Debbie
RE: Fred Heer Obituary
You're most welcome, Sharleen. No, I am not related at all. Thanks for the offer, though!

Happy Easter!

Debbie

Fred Heer Obituary
Thank you for the suggestion to add Fred's obit to his Find A Grave record. Are you a line relative of his? I am not familiar with the names of any of Fred's grandson's spouses so I couldn't tell. If so, I will be happy to transfer this record to you. Fred was my great uncle.
SHARLEEN Heer Newton
Added by Sharleen on Apr 06, 2015 4:06 PM
Added by Debbie on Apr 07, 2015 5:12 AM
S.C. Conrad
RE: Thanks for the photo
Your welcome
Added by S.C. Conrad on Oct 05, 2014 6:55 PM
Barbara Samans
hensing graves
Here is one of the Hensing graves. they will lead you to others I posted. I just do not remember where I got that they had been in St Mark's except I think they were Catholics but maybe I was guessing?? HELP!!


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Added by Barbara Samans on Jul 29, 2014 5:15 PM
Barbara Samans
Hensing graves
Hi I was wondering if the Hensing graves of Albert and Buelah b 1911-1991 and 1912-1989 and John Allyn Hensing b 1941 are in St Marks or in Union Cemetery? I had a find a grave member contact me regarding John Allyn's grave saying he has a picture of the same grave but in Union Cemetery not in St Mark's which is next door to the Union Cemetery. You took the original photos of their grave so you would know where they are located maybe?? I hope/? LOL :) THanks for your help

Barb

I have /had them all in St Marks but no changed John's to Union per this guys request but thought I should check with you.
Thanks for any help you cans end my way..is there a place I could go to find burials there?
Barb
Added by Barbara Samans on Jul 29, 2014 5:13 PM
B. Thompson
Vennes
Good morning,

I wanted to let you know that the photos you requested are available at the South Dakota Gravestone Project at southdakotagravestones .org. It would also be wonderful to have them available on Find A Grave, but in the interim, I thought this might be helpful.

Have a great 4th!

Brenda
Added by B. Thompson on Jul 03, 2013 7:18 AM
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