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|Brett Simon (#47672119)|
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|Hello! I joined the site in January 2012 to take my interest in genealogy a step further. You will see my main interests are..|
Simon Family who arrives from Germany around 1860 and mainly settles in Iowa & Nebraska
Reineke Family who began with George & Mary Buckellew (b. Ohio) and settles in Iowa
Lamos Family who arrives from Lipovec & Danova, Slovakia around the year 1900 and settles in Chicago, IL
Sheahan Family who arrives in Lombard, IL around the year 1850. Although originally from Ireland, they traveled through St. Hyacinth Canada
Sowinski & Karamal Families who arrived in Chicago, IL from Poland
Hinsch Family who are from Superior, WI and Defiance County, OH
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|Robert Cox||William Hampton Grave|
I was trying to help with picture requests from Murphysboro city Cemetery but I could not find the location for William Hampton would you know of the exact location in the cemetery and I can go back and try again.
|Phyllis (Porter) Zegers||RE: Definition of|
Welcome to FindAGrave. It's a great site. When I find someone has created a FindAGrave memorial to a relative of mine, sometimes I want to be able to add information, links, data, a biographical sketch, etc. then I ask them to transfer management of the site to me. To do that I click on the Edit button then select the "Suggest a correction" link. That lets me write a note to the personal who is currently managing the memorial, asking that the memorial be given to me to manage. I tell them how I'm related and give them my user number so they can make the switch easily. Most of the time they give it to me quickly.
Enjoy the site.
|Una vita vissuta||Lamos' at St Joseph's|
There are a couple more listed with John Lamos at St Joseph's. They are;
Lt. John E. Jr 1924-1944
If you would like pictures for these as well, please create memorials and let me know.
|Joe Gibbens||George Henry Simon|
Hi Brett - Well here's what I can tell you about his military status. I took his memorial information from the genealogical society records of burials in the Inman North Cemetery. They had that notation. Then Barbara Bowman photographed the monument and I see the evidence the genealogical society relied upon. The iron star to the right of Mr. Simon's side of the marker is a GAR insignia. So he was in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Civil War. Could have been any of the military units on the union side of the war. Let me know if I can help more. Joe
|Mitzi Sharbono||RE: Oscar Simon & Transfer|
Yes, we have exchanged messages through ancestry.comm in the past. I have transferred Oscar's record to you. Good luck with your family search.