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Grandmaeceb
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome!
Added by Grandmaeceb on Apr 02, 2017 4:57 PM
Ron Rader
Lewis and Mary Harris
I will have to go back and take better pictures of their stone. It is hard to read from my photos. I won't be able to go back until it is warmer. The weather is supposed to be better at the end of this coming week. I had planned on going then.

From the original photo, Mary's stone appears to say she died Feb? or Dec? 19, 189? Probably 1892 or 1893?

If these are your ancestors, I can transfer them to you.
Added by Ron Rader on Mar 12, 2017 5:32 PM
Carol Roecker
RE: 19108409
Sorry for the delay. My records show Jacob Paff born July 7, 1862 and died July 8, 1942 was married to (Eva) Helena Katrina Roecker who was born Nov 26, 1866 and died 1940. Jacob's mother was Anna Goetz. You can email me at harcar@charter.net for more information.
Added by Carol Roecker on Jun 10, 2015 7:46 PM
Couple of Gravers
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 60686125
There is a law office in Traer that has the cemetery records.

Bauch Law Office
601 1st St, Traer, IA 50675
(319) 478-8645

I went there several years ago to find some grave locations, and I contacted them at a later time to report burrowing damage in several areas. The secretary told me that the cemetery board was aware of the burrowing damage and were addressing it. I had seen that type of burrowing before, where badgers tunnel into ground squirrel nests, so it wasn't that unusual.

There is a Buckingham Cemetery internment listing at this website, but they don't have much more specific information. I believe that the dates recorded are the internment dates. Otherwise, I don't think there is much available.

Good luck with your research.

Chuck
Added by Couple of Gravers on Jun 01, 2015 9:22 PM
Mark Bennett
RE: Samuel Besse
I was just concerned that you missed being able to read this stone. I've seen a lot of other graveyards in this area in very bad shape with stone toppled and broken into many pieces and was concerned this might have been one of them.

Mark in Asbury, IA
Added by Mark Bennett on May 03, 2015 10:31 AM
Mark Bennett
RE: Samuel Besse Photo
I'm confused why you say Samuel Besse's headstone is not readable. I went to the posted site and double clicked on the picture and everything clearly visable. Both Charity and Samuel. Have you tried clicking on the single view of this gravestone?
Added by Mark Bennett on May 02, 2015 7:19 PM
Bill Bates
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 124096049
My pleasure.

Have an awesome day, Bill
Added by Bill Bates on Mar 25, 2015 7:06 PM
John Holle
RE: Leni Ayers Groves
After I sent the message earlier today I looked Leni Groves up on Ancestry and saw she was married to Lafayette.
All photos have been added.
I enjoy the photos and research but I only add memorials for my direct family lines. I am glad you got them updated.
Glad to assist you.
John
Added by John Holle on Mar 24, 2015 7:40 PM
John Holle
RE: Leni Ayers Groves
Found her! Her name was enterred in the database as Levi instead of Leni. The grave record and map is correct.
I will get a photo in the next few days after the snow melts.
She is in Section 6 Lot 69 Grave 4.
Added by John Holle on Mar 24, 2015 8:18 AM
Bill Krebs
RE: Cincinnatus Besse
Memorial# 142337885
Previous to his enlistment with the 54th OVI, he had enlisted in the 4th OH Volunteer Cavalry as a Farrier in Company F. He enlisted on 10/19/1861 and received a medical discharge on 10/4/1862. He was captured either on on 5/8/1862 while the 4th OVC was taking Nashville, TN or on 3/2/1862 (the confusion comes in as the official records shows 5/8 while a book on Jasper County shows 5/2). Somebody had filed a pension on him on 6/4/1891. He was held at Salisbury, NC until 6/2/1862. He arrived in NY on the steamer Guide on 6/9/1862.

He's listed in the History of Jasper County:

http://books.google.com/books?id=Cn0UAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA962&lpg=PA962&dq=%22Cincinnatus+Besse%22&source=bl&ots=etS9XMIe0x&sig=6sMfWhidXBR2-s1jE4zR59W7qRM&hl=en&ei=XflOTIDLJov0swOjhPGKBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CBYQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=%22Cincinnatus%20Besse%22&f=false

Hope this helps you out.
Bill Krebs
President
4th OVC Descendants Assn
bkrebs413@gmail.com
Added by Bill Krebs on Feb 24, 2015 8:00 AM
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