|Tina Herrmann Brewer (#47616371)|
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As one of my family's "genealogists", I treasure the information I have found because some kind person took the time to share their findings. I am amazed at how often those people are not related at all; they just do it because they have the information. |
I am more than happy to join the Find A Grave team of volunteers. While I am deep in the heart of corn country (IA) where I am surrounded by Pioneer Cemeteries, I am willing to travel a little way to help. I also do alot of my own searching in the Chicago area and would be willing to visit cemeteries in that area as well.
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|BACB||RE: John Elton|
I will revisit soon and see if it is there where I can see it. That area has some stones scattered about. If I find anything I will let you know! If you do come to this area and visit, let me know and I can tell you just where to find the grave site.
Added by BACB on Nov 11, 2015 8:32 PM
|BACB||RE: John Elton|
You are welcome! Yes, this stone is in pieces. It has come off the base and fell to the side. Hillsboro Cemetery is very large but it is beautiful. I have just recently started taking pictures there. I am in Hillsboro many times a week.
Added by BACB on Nov 11, 2015 7:54 PM
Thank you Tina for taking your time to create this memorial ! Carol was (is) my sister, who died when she was 7 years old from brain tumor surgery!
Lynn Arthur Christensen
|Mary Sicard||Thomas and Mary Kelly|
Thank you for posting a photo of their tombstone on their memorial pages.
|Connie Gage||Wm. Weaver Gravestone|
Thank you so much for photographing the grave for me, Tina.
|Alison Bigbee||Clifford H Mason in Waltham Cemetery, Tamar County, Iowa|
Dear Tina, I want to thank you so very much for taking the time to go out and photograph Clifford H Mason's headstone in Waltham Cemetery! Thank you, also, for volunteering to double check the inscription on the stone...I don't want to prejudice your reading of the tombstone in anyway but the information I have on Clifford is that he was the son of Albert James and Sarah Charlotte Read Mason. Clifford was born 1873 and died 1874 and is the brother to my husband's ggrandmother.
Thank you also for taking the time to take a picture in relation to William/Almirante/Emeline Mason's grave! William and Almira Mason are Clifford's great grandparents...the lineage I have is as follows: William/Almira > Charles (buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Tama County along with his wife, Mary A. Mason) > Albert James and Sarah Charlotte Read Mason (she is buried with son Hugh O Mason in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Des Moines, Iowa) > Clifford H Mason.
I have no information on Emeline Mason...in fact, she is not listed on Find A Grave in Waltham Cemetery. Is she on the same stone as William/Almira? Could you possibly take a reading of her inscription if you go back put to the cemetery?
Again, Thank you so very much for taking the time to help document the Mason Family!
All the Best, Alison Bigbee
|Doni Wright||Margaret Graham - Redman Cem|
Tina, thanks so much for double checking on Margaret's headstone. Sad, that the broken one is unreadable.
Do you remember the Find A Grave # for Margaret's memorial?
|C Vokoun||Charles Smith|
Thanks for the photo and updated info on Charles Smith! Always glad to have additional info for Benton County soldiers.
Added by C Vokoun on Oct 16, 2012 6:49 PM
|Kari Olson||RE: Fred Milne|
Its hard to understand why the person who took the photo of the wifes headstone didnt take his!
Thanks so much.
|Kari Olson||John FrederichMilne|
Hi Tina, You just made my day!! Thanks so much for Freds headstone photo.
I would truly love to add this to my family tree if its ok with you. . Be sure to let me know if you dont want me to, and if I dont hear, I will assume its okay with you.
I am so happy that we have this now! It is making me smile.
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