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Karen Dikty (#47316013)
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kelley davenport
RE: kelley keiser
hi Karen here is my Keiser family tree

my father is Mr. Robert Maurice Keiser resides in Elkhart Indiana ,

his parents are Arthur Leroy Keiser buried in the South Whitley Cemetery in South Whitley

Wanda Eileen Landes Keiser ( ooley )

buried next to her second husband Robert Ooley in prairie street cemetery in Elkhart Indiana.

my great grand parents are Roy Delano Keiser , buried next to his second wife Cleo b Keiser
in Yellow Brick Creek Mennonite Cemetery in Goshen Indiana

my great grand mother Neva Mae Jordan Keiser Roy's first wife is buried in the South Whitley cemetery

next to my grand father Arthur

Roy's father is Mr. John Keiser and Barbara Wetzel Keiser. buried in South Whitley Cemetery.

Johns father is my gggg grand father Jacob Keiser and his wife Mary Malone Keiser
buried in Eberhard cemetery along with most of their children and their families , excluding the one son Hiram, he and his wife are buried in Nolt cemetery.in South Whitley. i hope we can connect and share information . i look forward to hearing if your husband is related to my Keiser's i have been researching for anyone who may have known my Keiser family or are related to me and my Keisers.

my home phone number is 541-614-0196

my email is waltyou445@charter.net

i look forward to sharing family information.and look forward to us connecting personally
Added by kelley davenport on Feb 21, 2017 12:45 PM
kelley davenport
RE: kelley keiser
what is your keiser family line are you related to the south whitley indiana keisers as this is my keiser family line.
Added by kelley davenport on Feb 21, 2017 10:40 AM
kelley davenport
kelley keiser
hi saw your name is keiser was contacting you to see if we might be related so wanting to know if your related to the south whitley keisers as i am the ggg grand daughter to jacob keiser and mary malone keiser buried in eberhard cemetery in south whitley indiana if we could related id sure like a kind reply thanks in advance my email is waltyou445@charter.net
Added by kelley davenport on Feb 20, 2017 4:41 PM
BjJ
RE: Allen Mae Phernetton Watson
You're welcome. I cannot correct her name or add her birthdate as the listing was added by someone else so she is the only one that can change things. I think I sent her a correction notice when I added the photo but you might want to try to send her one, too. Go to the "Edit" tab on Alleen's memorial and then click "suggest a correction" and type in what you want.

Added by BjJ on Jun 03, 2011 4:17 PM
Wally J.
Re: Photos of Dorothea Ruhling Saalman & Hiram and Anna Esarey
You're welcome Karen. It got too dark to keep looking for your other two requests, but I'll be back over there later this week. If the weather cooperates I plan to go back and finish getting requested photos, even though my claims have officially expired.

Wally
Added by Wally J. on Nov 22, 2010 3:29 PM
Deb Allison
RE: Gladys Estep
You are very welcome. Glad I could get the photo for you. Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you.

Deb
Added by Deb Allison on Oct 20, 2010 7:13 AM
OPPSheryl
RE: Bill Nordman
You are very welcome! Sheryl
Added by OPPSheryl on Sep 20, 2010 8:03 PM
Graveyard Stomper
RE: John P Snyder
You are very welcome!
Added by Graveyard Stomper on Sep 03, 2010 5:53 PM
Graveyard Stomper
RE: Davis Blanchard
You're welcome.
Added by Graveyard Stomper on Aug 15, 2010 6:09 PM
Graveyard Stomper
Adams Cemetery~Armold
Hi, there are several Armolds in Adams Cemetery, and there are 2 Peters. I'm afraid the Peter you wanted, his stone is almost gone. All you can read is "Pete" across the front and "ld" across the top. As for Claracie, there is no stone. I don't know if there was ever one there, or it has become lost do to age and weather. Sorry.
Added by Graveyard Stomper on Aug 10, 2010 5:22 PM
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