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Ellen Bishop (#46998865)
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Jason Walker
Charles Sell
I do not intentionally create duplicates. I am more than willing to delete duplicates, you really didn't need to delete yours since mine was a duplicate. If you happen to find anymore of mine that are duplicates, just send me an edit and tell me that it is a duplicate and will delete mine. Thanks.

Added by Jason Walker on Nov 27, 2014 2:19 PM

Stephen Ranum
Claude Gray
No picture of the headstone?

Added by Stephen Ranum on Nov 24, 2014 6:42 PM

Linda Blakeman
Emma Jane Bickford
I have added a memorial for Emma Jane Bickford, 1927-1929, buried in Reed Cemetery. I have connected her memorial site to her parents and everything is now straightened out.

Nothing else needs to be done. Memorial #59153676 for the adult Emma appears to be correct and I feel that my memorial is correct.

Thank you for your help.

Added by Linda Blakeman on Nov 24, 2014 6:06 PM

Stephen Ranum
Claude Gray
If you look at the headstone it has the correct middle initial

Added by Stephen Ranum on Nov 24, 2014 6:02 PM

Linda Blakeman
RE: Emma Bickford in Reed Cemetery
I set up a memorial for Emma Jane Bickford using the date of birth I am certain on, along with a place of birth I am certain about.

I have just left her date of death as sometime in 1929 as you apparently feel the other Emma Bickford, the young housewife, died in Walworth County SD from the South Dakota death index. (which if you notice, said Emma J,which is what led me to believe it was the Emma Jane I am talking about here.)

Another reason I felt the Walworth death was a possibility was that my mother, whose family lived in Fort Yates during this time period was born in the hospital at Mobridge, Walworth County, so I know the family used this hospital.

I have sent an edit for Emma Bickford, #59153676, taking off Ernest Melvin Bickford and Eunice Grace Frazier Bickford aa her parents. Please approve this edit taking them off as the young housewife's parents.

Added by Linda Blakeman on Nov 24, 2014 12:17 PM

Linda Blakeman
Emma Bickford in Reed Cemetery
There are two sites for Emma Bickford in Reed Cemetery. There were apparently two Emma Bickfords buried there but although the dates are listed differently, the information is for the same person. Apparently the adult Emma was born in 1892 and died in 1933? The child Emma Jane was my great-aunt and was born in 1927 and died in 1929. Her parents were Ernest Melvin Bickford (#126923100) and Eunice Grace Frazier Bickford (127482293).

Could you please correct this and transfer Emma Jane Bickford to me?

Thanks for all your hard work Ellen. I am sure you have put a lot of time in this effort.

Linda Blakeman

Added by Linda Blakeman on Nov 23, 2014 8:40 PM

Chris
Bonnie Sue Glaser Hentz
Ellen, you have done a great job on the memorial. Thanks ever so much for making and posting it thanks for the transfer.

Added by Chris on Nov 23, 2014 6:02 PM

ffkoop@bellsouth.net
Frank Koopman
I am curious where you found the information on when he entered the service, and his death in 1918 in Iowa. I have looked for years - he was my husband's uncle.
Would appreciate any information. Please reply using my regular email address.

Added by ffkoop@bellsouth.net on Nov 22, 2014 9:37 AM

ffkoop@bellsouth.net
Frank Koopman

Added by ffkoop@bellsouth.net on Nov 22, 2014 9:30 AM

Cindy Bonham Miller
Memorial 121816683
Elen as requested my member number is 47409373, Cindy Bonham-Miller.

Thank you for your help.

Added by Cindy Bonham Miller on Nov 19, 2014 12:52 PM

Beth.Bailey
Thank-You
for the transfers @ BHNC.I'm sorry it has taken me so long to acknowledge your kindness :-)

Happy Thanksgiving to you & yours,

Beth

Added by Beth.Bailey on Nov 18, 2014 4:55 PM

A.J. Marik
Find a Grave reminder
Please remember that obituaries, corrections/updates, and general biographical information is not appropriate for the Virtual Flower area. The Virtual Flower feature is for brief condolences and tributes only.

Thank you,

AJ
Curator and Senior Administrator

Added by A.J. Marik on Nov 17, 2014 9:14 AM

novakpack
RE: Just an fyi
It sure would take a long time to get the ones you have done in the right places for yourself, but if you started to do it with the new ones you are doing now. I can always send you an edit on the ones I find in the cemeteries I work on to help you get them where you need them to be as I am going through a lot of this.

Added by novakpack on Nov 14, 2014 4:41 PM

novakpack
RE: Just an fyi
I still have the ones that don't have the edits done on them or that you kept. You just go down on the memorial towards the bottom, it says virtual cemetery. Click on that. You can create a name for the cemetery. You can show it, or you can have it just to where you see it. Then you click the little box in front of the cemetery. Hit save, then you can keep track of all of the memorials.

Added by novakpack on Nov 14, 2014 4:12 PM

novakpack
RE: Just an fyi
ok that is just my way of letting you know they are there. I am just doing what you had asked and sending what is being done on the edits of them. What you do with them after that is up to you. :) I hope you have them going into your virtual cemeteries as you are getting this so you can keep a track on where they are.

Added by novakpack on Nov 14, 2014 3:55 PM

Rickie Bickle
RE: Do you remember
Ellen,

That photo was taken at Fairburn. It is a small marker next to the white marker with the lamb on top of it. There is also a photo posted on the same page that shows a group with arrows pointing to the markers. The small square one is on the ground next to the larger white one.

Added by Rickie Bickle on Nov 14, 2014 3:29 PM

Rickie Bickle
RE: Do you remember
Ellen,
I don't remember taking that photo. Can you send me the memorial number or a link to the memorial with the photo I shot?

Added by Rickie Bickle on Nov 14, 2014 12:36 AM

MK Bartell
RE: Family
Hi Ellen,

I am very sure he was born in 1830, all census records agree.

I have nothing with positive proof, other than the timing is right on the 1840 census for him to be Samuel's son, the entire family migrated to Butler Co. NE about the end of the civil war and lived within 0-4 miles of each other (except brother Simeon, but he is buried in the family plot there).

Samuel and John living next to each other in the 1870s. Also John A. named one of his son's Simeon. As did his son, John Calvin.

And again I have the information on the family naming Knox Co as his birthplace from my Aunt's information.

Regards, Michelle


Added by MK Bartell on Nov 13, 2014 7:37 PM

MK Bartell
RE: Family
Hi Ellen,

John A. Green is my great, great, great grandfather. That is my personal picture. His father was Samuel D. Green.

They lived next door to each other in the 1870 census in Skull Creek,NE.

One of John's children was John Calvin Green, he married Rosa Beauchamp. Nancy (John's wife) is buried next to them in Fair Oaks, CA.

My much of the information on the family was written down for me by my great aunt Lorraine Bartell, her and my grandfather Lawrence Bartell were both born in Hill City,SD.

Hope this helps. Michelle





Added by MK Bartell on Nov 13, 2014 4:02 PM

novakpack
RE: No edit came for
Ok, the spouse was connected and I must have missed putting in the plot. But it is there now. Sorry, I must have gotten distracted in the middle of doing this.

Added by novakpack on Nov 12, 2014 2:29 PM

novakpack
RE: No edit came for
Ok I will look when I get home. Had to bring my husband to the airport.

Added by novakpack on Nov 11, 2014 9:21 AM

novakpack
RE: No edit for her
She didn't have any edits. I was just letting you know that she was one of you memorials at BHNC.

Added by novakpack on Nov 11, 2014 8:52 AM

Deborah Ridgway
Adam Dale Schultz
Thank you for the transfer
Debbie

Added by Deborah Ridgway on Nov 10, 2014 5:24 PM

Joey Rickabaugh
RE: Robert N Stanley
I am sorry, hopefully my request didn't sound snotty, it wasn't meant to. Thank you so much. :)
I know his last name was spelled both ways, Stanley & Standley, I wish he would have just picked one and went.
Have a great day!

Added by Joey Rickabaugh on Nov 07, 2014 5:28 AM

Joey Rickabaugh
Robert N Stanley
Please note that you made a second memorial for this person. I am not sure how to go about this, but his proper name was Robert Newton Standley, memorial # 71773758 and I created it in 2011. Any questions, please message me, thanks.

Joey

Added by Joey Rickabaugh on Nov 06, 2014 3:11 AM

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