|Roger Duffey (#48038521)|
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|L. Forbes||RE: Albert Hahn # 135654401|
Yes it was, ['Her name before her marriage Margaret Ella Davidson (In all the census her name was Barbara)]. from her obituary.
|L. Forbes||Albert Hahn # 135654401|
Good job on this memorial, looks nice and great information.
I also did not add where he was born and exactly where he died. If you want me to add that, I can.
|Nancy Burr||Leon Duffey|
Sorry to see that your brother has passed away. I added a memorial and linked it to your Dad and would be glad to give it to you for management. I didn't know if he would be buried down here at L.T. I also added survivors - would you check and see that I have that correct. Thanks Nancy
|L. Forbes||Alice Woodward Martin|
Mar. 13, 1941
|Barb Richmond Martin||Woodwards in Forest Hill Cemetery|
I made the correction that you recommended for Charles R Woodward. I have the sexton records for the Woodwards and it is a mess. It has Charles or C. R. with no dates stated just that he's a member of the 151st Ill Infantry. Then there is Charles R Woodward with dates of Jul 18, 1841 - Mar 17, 1865 with (no grave) indicated???? The next entry has Charles & Mattie infant children of W.H. & C. E. Woodward with no dates. Next listing is Lenna Woodward with no dates. The next listing has Mattie Woodward with no dates but then has (if this is Mrs. C.E. - Feb 12, 1836 - Jul 15, 1906). Finally there is W.H. Woodward with the dates Mar 24, 1829 - May 2, 1902 Co F 151st IL Inf Looks like I need you help. I did add W.H.
|Fawn||Riverside Cemetery + a Hall ?|
Hi, I see you have plot numbers etc for Riverside Cemetery, do you have a copy of them? I have added about half the memorial from there and it would be nice to match them up to locations for anyone wanting to find a marker.
Also, I found an old marker for an Everett F Hall, looks almost homemade and it difficult to read, but I see you have created memorials for some Halls, so thought you might know who this fellow is....looks like he died in 1933(?) born in 1932, so an infant.
Added by Fawn on Oct 14, 2014 12:21 PM
It looks like Gen Elias Stevens, father of Elias Stevens has Mayflower connections by marriage through his wife.
|bobby jett||RE: Looking for Oakland Iowa City stones|
Elias Stevens is in Outlot 2. If i remember correctly he is buried near the front of the cemetery, facing Governor Street. He is buried next to TIPPENHOUR, FURMEISTER, MAYNARD and PINNEY.
John Smith is in in Outlot 4. He is buried next to VANFLEET, which is a large stone and MORGAN.
I hope this helps
|M Diane Lindall||RE: Carl Glider|
Thanks for the permission. Though this site and ancestry.com, I am learning about this side of my family...Growing up in California, I only saw these relatives sporadically if ever while growing up....so seeing your photo gives a face to these names. THANKS
Diane Durian Lindall
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