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B.J. Nelson (#46864554)
 member for 11 years, 1 month, 21 days
Elisabeth & Daniel Nutting
Just an FYI. I saw the duplicates for Elisabeth & Daniel over a month ago. (Also for Luther) I sent a SAC (July 9) to the person who created them asking them to delete them and also tried to explain Virtual cemeteries etc. I am now forwarding the SACs to edit@ to have the dupes deleted. You may want to keep an eye on them just to be sure nothing weird from the dupes is merged into the originals. Denise.

Added by Denise on Aug 21, 2014 4:30 PM

RE: Charles Jesse Rightsell Photo Request
I really do appreciate your help!! I believe his father was Robert H. Robert H is as far back in my family tree as I have been able to go. If this is the correct Charles J, one of his sons is Robert Ezra, and a grandson named Robert Dean "Bert". I really do appreciate you looking for me!
Thanks Again,

Added by nrsejlie1 on Aug 13, 2014 2:37 PM

RE: Charles Jesse Rightsell Photo Request
Hi! Thanks so much for responding!! Please don't trouble yourself with taking a picture of the place where he is buried. Was really hoping for more family information. I've made it back to his father's name, Robert H, but cannot seem to go any further than that. I know Robert H was born around 1822 in Tennessee but that's about it. Thanks for the offer though!!

Added by nrsejlie1 on Aug 13, 2014 12:06 AM

Anna Gorsuch
I transferred Thomas Gorsuch to you and someone else transferred Anna Gorsuch. Doris

Added by Anonymous on Aug 12, 2014 7:46 AM

Thomas Gorsuch 116683161
Thomas Gorsuch #116683161 is a brother of my great great grandmother, Rebecca Gorsuch Clark #11223743, so that would make him a third great uncle of mine. I would be happy to transfer him over to you. I have put in a request for a picture of his memorial stone, but so far have not heard back. Happy hunting. Doris

Added by Anonymous on Aug 10, 2014 2:43 PM

Debbie Klotsche
John Killgore-Mountain View Cemetery
Do you mind if I use your Find A Grave photo on my ancestry family tree?

Added by Debbie Klotsche on Aug 05, 2014 11:19 PM

Debbie Klotsche
Mary L Killgore-Mountain View Cemetery
Do you mind if I use your Find A Grave photo on my ancestry family tree?

Added by Debbie Klotsche on Aug 05, 2014 10:34 PM

RE: Gustava Anderson Larson
thanks ill try that! if asked LGS 10 tie in the last year... even called the lady in charge... I hate the LGS's polocies of F.A.G!
i appreciate your help

Added by JGBC on Aug 04, 2014 5:07 PM

RE: Gustava Anderson Larson
Good idea... How do I contact find-a-grave to do that?

Added by JGBC on Aug 04, 2014 1:33 PM

Check your edits please.
Check your edits please.
Thanks, Have a great day!

Added by gkradcliffe on Aug 01, 2014 9:45 AM

Michael Grilione
Floyd A DAvis

Thank you for your help, time and the wonderful photo regarding Floyd Davis.

Best Regards,

Mike Grilione
Clovis, CA

Added by Michael Grilione on Jul 27, 2014 6:00 PM

A Butterfly
Earle R. Bond
Sorry for the misspelling. Should read "his marker".

Added by A Butterfly on Jul 25, 2014 5:34 PM

A Butterfly
Earle R. Bond
Thank you very much for this lovely photo of himarker! The family appreciates it!

Added by A Butterfly on Jul 25, 2014 5:32 PM

Fred Guse
thank you very very much for the photo! I am gathering geneology information for my husband's side of the family. I appreciate your effort!
-Nancy Oltjenbruns

Added by no on Jul 16, 2014 9:00 PM

John Vetter
Anna Belle Lemmon
Reread my msg. to you yesterday and noticed I errored on the 1920, 30 and 40 census. The household Head of course is Howard D., not Ralph. Ralph was the first child. Sorry.

Added by John Vetter on Jul 16, 2014 2:45 PM

bert johnson
daniel Nutting
Hi, I see that you take care of Daniel Nutting, he is one of my grandparent's. Taking good care, hope that maybe a family. Keep up the great work

Added by bert johnson on Jul 16, 2014 2:02 PM

John Vetter
Anna Belle Lemmon
Still looking to find where she is buried; however I have found the following info for you.
Howard Daniels Johnson, born 14 Apr 1893, Pierpont, Day Co., SD (SD birth index)
Howard D. Johnson registered WWI draft, 5 Jun 1917, Minister, Presbyterian Church, Mina, Edman Co., SD
21 Dec 1918 married Anna Belle Lemmon, Chicago, Cook Co., IL (Cook Co. Marriage Index)
1920 Census: 3024 Osgood St., Chicago, IL-Ralph (Minister) and Anna plus Ralph age 4 mo.
1930 Census: 1302 W. Newark St., Denver, Denver Co., CO-Ralph (Minister) and Anna, Ralph A. 10, Vergil R. 8, Cleland H. 7, and Beulah 4.
1940 Census: Pawnee City, Pawnee Co., NE-Ralph (Clergyman)Anna and Ralph A. 20, Virgil R. 18, Cleland H 17 and Beulah Mae 14.
Census note: Residence in 1935, Rural, Holt Co.,NE
They did move a lot.
Presume Beulah Mae was your husbands mother.

Added by John Vetter on Jul 15, 2014 3:09 PM

RE: John Perrin
Thanks for the heads up. I'm in no rush. If it takes a while to check thats fine.

Added by LaHessler on Jul 15, 2014 12:45 AM

Merrily Lawson
Arfsten photo
Thank you so much for the very quick response to my photo request. -- Merrily

Added by Merrily Lawson on Jul 14, 2014 5:10 PM

Longmont Genealogical Society
Percy Edward Hamm
If you would connect spouces and locations to your memorials, we would be happy to remove our memorials. You need to post all the information that is available - even copy from ours - and there would no be an need for duplicates.

Added by Longmont Genealogical Soc... on Jul 14, 2014 3:47 PM

Roy was in law enforcement in Longmont for many years.

Added by Zonebob on Jul 13, 2014 7:49 PM

B. J. , thanks for the photo of my grand-uncle and -aunts gravestones, Roy and Mattie Clark.

Added by Zonebob on Jul 13, 2014 7:48 PM

John Vetter
RE: Thomas P Lemmon Homer Cem.
Anna Belle Lemmon was my wife's Aunt. She was Isabelle L. Marr, her mother was Mae Ester Lemmon a younger sister of Anna Belle. Thomas and Mary Lemmon were her maternal Grandfather and Grandmother.

The Marr's lived in Pierpont and Langford and had businesses in both towns untill they started farming East of Lanford. I can provide much more data if you wish.

Added by John Vetter on Jul 04, 2014 9:24 AM

Sue Melbostad Erickson
RE: Barbara Ellen Leaf McCartney
Here's the source I found on the Rowland Family Genealogy Forum. Most of my records said Barbara remarried to McCartney but then in Dec. 2012 I added the name Thomas E. Davis. See reference below to marriage license #. That's all I know and I can change the findagrave reference if you want.

Posted by: April Ober (ID *****6195) Date: April 28, 2002 at 22:50:29
In Reply to: ROWLAND,Joseph Leaf Sr., b.1830, England by Charlotte Jordan of 3417

Joseph Rowland married Ellen Leaf, both from Sheffield, England according to family lore. I posted Sept. 22, 1999: Joseph Henry ROWLAND, b. Feb. 11, 1828 in England (Sheffield?), came to U.S. (when?), married in Pittsburg, PA to (Barbara) Ellen LEAF, from Sheffield, England. What are his parents' names? He died Feb. 2, 1885 in Iowa.
They had 10 children: James (b. PA, 1852?), William (b. IN?), Joseph Jr. (B. IA), Martha (b.IA), John (b. IA), Alice May (b. IA), and two daughter who died in childhood.
Alice May is my husband's great-grandmother; she is buried in Portland, Oregon.
The family is listed in the 1870 census, O'Brien County, Iowa, and same county, 1880, but three households. Joseph Jr. is still with parents.
Joseph Sr. died Feb. 9, 1885; buried in Covey Cemetery, Grant Township, O'Brien County, Iowa.
Ellen (Leaf) Rowland then married Thomas E. Davis (license #313 on Dec. 30, 1885), then married John McCartney (license #583, Nov. 18, 1888). She died July 20, 1903, as Ellen McCartney, and is buried in Pleasant View Cemetery in Hartley, Iowa.
We visited Iowa in July, 2000, and have photos of both tombstones for Joseph Sr. and Ellen.
April Ober, 7050 SE Morrison St., Portland, OR 97215

Added by Sue Melbostad Erickson on Jun 27, 2014 9:11 AM

Thankyou for your time getting the photos for us. At one time my sisters had visited the graves and had taken photos but have been lost or miss placed over the years, I had never seen the photos so this means much more to me, Vahna passed when my father (George) was 14 and shortly afterwards his father abandoned him, leaving him to deal with life on his own, my father never forgave him for that, I only met my grandfather once in summer of 69 when my Dads brother brought him from Colorado to Missouri to visit. Dad hadn't seen him in 30 years and I remember the tension between them, my Dad never returned to Colorado and never talked much about his youth. But I do remember talking about his mother Vahna and how much he thought of her, I'm retired and hoping one day I can visit the graves for Dad and myself and find a few relatives still living in that area. Thanks again for your time I appreciate it very much, George Yeager

Added by George on Jun 22, 2014 11:13 AM


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